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SECRETARY MRS. MARION T. READ HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VA.  
 
SECRETARY MRS. MARION T. READ HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VA.  
 
TREASURER MRS. DOROTHY T. URQUHART RICHMOND, VA.  
 
TREASURER MRS. DOROTHY T. URQUHART RICHMOND, VA.  
Advisory Board MRS. HENRY LOCKWOOD [Mary Morris Hall Lockwood] CLARENDON, VA. MRS. MAUDE HUDSON RICHMOND, VA MRS. Y. T. SYDNOR PETERSBURG, VA. MISS ANNA JONES APPOMATTOX, VA MISS FLORENCE PENNEBAKER VIRGILINA, VA. MRS. D. E. HOOKER RICHMOND, VA. MRS. ROY K. FLANNAGAN RICHMOND, VA. MRS. R. W. REYNOLDS PETERSBURG, VA. MRS. A. B. MCCRONE RICHMOND, VA. DR. CARRIE CHASE DAVIS HOPEWELL, VA. MISS VIRGINIA POINDEXTER NORFOLK, VA. MISS HARRIET THOMAS PETERSBURG, VA. MISS ADARIANA KUYK RICHMOND, VA.
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Advisory Board MRS. HENRY LOCKWOOD [Mary Morris Hall Lockwood] CLARENDON, VA.  
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MRS. MAUDE HUDSON RICHMOND, VA  
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MRS. Y. T. SYDNOR PETERSBURG, VA.  
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MISS ANNA JONES APPOMATTOX, VA  
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MISS FLORENCE PENNEBAKER VIRGILINA, VA.  
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MRS. D. E. HOOKER RICHMOND, VA.  
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MRS. ROY K. FLANNAGAN [Lucy Catesby Jones Flannangan] RICHMOND, VA.  
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MRS. R. W. REYNOLDS PETERSBURG, VA.  
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MRS. A. B. MCCRONE RICHMOND, VA.  
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DR. CARRIE CHASE DAVIS HOPEWELL, VA.  
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MISS VIRGINIA POINDEXTER NORFOLK, VA.  
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MISS HARRIET THOMAS PETERSBURG, VA.  
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MISS ADARIANA KUYK RICHMOND, VA.
  
  
 
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April 3 - 1918 Whereas: We the members of the Virginia Branch of the National Woman's Party have been wonderfully helped and encouraged during the last three years of struggle for the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, to know that among the Virginia delegation in Congress our cause had one friend, one Representative who regarded his women constituents as people.  
April 3 - 1918 Whereas: We the members of the Virginia Branch of the National Woman's Party have been wonderfully helped and encouraged during the last three years of struggle for the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, to know that among the Virginia delegation in Congress our cause had one friend, one Representative who regarded his women constituents as people. Be it therefore resolved That we in annual meeting assembled express to the Hon. C. Bascom Slemp, Representative from the Ninth District, our sincere profound gratitude and appreciation in acknowledgement his efforts in behalf of and his steadfast and loyal support of the Susan. B. Anthony Amendment. Marion T. Read, Sec'y Officers
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Be it therefore resolved That we in annual meeting assembled express to the Hon. C. Bascom Slemp, Representative from the Ninth District, our sincere profound gratitude and appreciation in acknowledgement his efforts in behalf of and his steadfast and loyal support of the Susan. B. Anthony Amendment.  
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Marion T. Read, Sec'y

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122 - 123 [letterhead:]National Woman's Party VIRGINIA BRANCH HEADQUARTERS, 204 E. GRACE STREET. RICHMOND, VA. Officers CHAIRMAN MRS. SOPHIE G. MEREDITH RICHMOND, VA. 1ST VICE-CHAIRMAN MRS. WALTER J. ADAMS [Pauline Forstall Colclough Adams] NORFOLK, VA. 2ND VICE-CHAIRMAN MRS. DEXTER OTEY [Elizabeth Dabney Langhorne Lewis Otey] LYNCHBURG, VA. 3RD VICE-CHAIRMAN DR. HELEN LOVE BOSSIEUX HOPEWELL, VA LEGISLATIVE & MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN MISS J. S. JENNINGS [Julia Somerville Jennings] RICHMOND, VA. SECRETARY MRS. MARION T. READ HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VA. TREASURER MRS. DOROTHY T. URQUHART RICHMOND, VA. Advisory Board MRS. HENRY LOCKWOOD [Mary Morris Hall Lockwood] CLARENDON, VA. MRS. MAUDE HUDSON RICHMOND, VA MRS. Y. T. SYDNOR PETERSBURG, VA. MISS ANNA JONES APPOMATTOX, VA MISS FLORENCE PENNEBAKER VIRGILINA, VA. MRS. D. E. HOOKER RICHMOND, VA. MRS. ROY K. FLANNAGAN [Lucy Catesby Jones Flannangan] RICHMOND, VA. MRS. R. W. REYNOLDS PETERSBURG, VA. MRS. A. B. MCCRONE RICHMOND, VA. DR. CARRIE CHASE DAVIS HOPEWELL, VA. MISS VIRGINIA POINDEXTER NORFOLK, VA. MISS HARRIET THOMAS PETERSBURG, VA. MISS ADARIANA KUYK RICHMOND, VA.


April 3 - 1918 Whereas: We the members of the Virginia Branch of the National Woman's Party have been wonderfully helped and encouraged during the last three years of struggle for the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, to know that among the Virginia delegation in Congress our cause had one friend, one Representative who regarded his women constituents as people. Be it therefore resolved That we in annual meeting assembled express to the Hon. C. Bascom Slemp, Representative from the Ninth District, our sincere profound gratitude and appreciation in acknowledgement his efforts in behalf of and his steadfast and loyal support of the Susan. B. Anthony Amendment. Marion T. Read, Sec'y