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"Correspondence, January-March 1914", Item 003

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H. MARTIN WILLIAMS READING CLERK SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS WOODLAWN, ILLINOIS

House of Representatives U. S. Washington, D. C. Riverdale, Maryland, January 6, 1914. My Dear Mrs. Townsend:- Just received your valued letter of the 3rd and hasten to reply. My niece will not accompany me to your city as she is suffering with a flon on her hand. I will go down by boat. Sorry I don't happen to have a photo to send you. I enclose some press notices. Hope we shall have a great meeting and that I may be able to present the arguments for suffrage in a convincing way. Sincerely yours, H. Martin Williams Ledger - Dispatch Va. Pilot Col Haggard Col Sargent Mrs. Garniner not coming at this time but Col Williams will speak at both the afternoon and evening meetings in the Green Room of the