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Richmond, Va. March 27 - 1918.  
 
Richmond, Va. March 27 - 1918.  
 
Members of the Board met at the home of the chairman Mrs. Meredith.  
 
Members of the Board met at the home of the chairman Mrs. Meredith.  
While plans for the coming lecture by Dr. Wiley and Miss Mabel Vernon were being discussed, literature was folded and prepared for distribution. The names of the following young girls were suggested as ushers. Misses maria Jones, Elizabeth Johnston, Flannagan Pattie Pratt, Margaret O. Brian, [Ethelbert?] Traylor The resolution to be offered at the meeting April 3, was read by the secretary and approved. The Minutes of the previous meeting were also read and accepted. Marion T. Read, Sec'y.
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While plans for the coming lecture by Dr. Wiley and Miss Mabel Vernon were being discussed, literature was folded and prepared for distribution.  
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The names of the following young girls were suggested as ushers. Misses Maria Jones, Elizabeth Johnston, Flannagan Pattie Pratt, Margaret O. Brian, [Ethelbert?] Traylor  
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The resolution to be offered at the meeting April 3, was read by the secretary and approved.  
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The Minutes of the previous meeting were also read and accepted.  
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Marion T. Read, Sec'y.

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110 Richmond, Va. March 27 - 1918. Members of the Board met at the home of the chairman Mrs. Meredith. While plans for the coming lecture by Dr. Wiley and Miss Mabel Vernon were being discussed, literature was folded and prepared for distribution. The names of the following young girls were suggested as ushers. Misses Maria Jones, Elizabeth Johnston, Flannagan Pattie Pratt, Margaret O. Brian, [Ethelbert?] Traylor The resolution to be offered at the meeting April 3, was read by the secretary and approved. The Minutes of the previous meeting were also read and accepted. Marion T. Read, Sec'y.