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November 21, 1913.
 
November 21, 1913.
  
My dear Mrs. Munford:
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My dear Mrs. Mumford: [Munford]
 
I enclose a letter which expresses my humble sentiments on the subject we discussed; if it can be of any use to you I shall be well repaid. I also enclose President Eliot’s statement on the higher education of women, which as you will see is a compilation of things he has written and said on various occasions. As this proves to be my only copy, I should be glad to have it again, but not until it has served every possible purpose in your hands. Please keep it as many weeks or months as you may wish.
 
I enclose a letter which expresses my humble sentiments on the subject we discussed; if it can be of any use to you I shall be well repaid. I also enclose President Eliot’s statement on the higher education of women, which as you will see is a compilation of things he has written and said on various occasions. As this proves to be my only copy, I should be glad to have it again, but not until it has served every possible purpose in your hands. Please keep it as many weeks or months as you may wish.
 
Sincerely yours,
 
Sincerely yours,
 
Jerome D. Greene
 
Jerome D. Greene
  
Mrs. Beverly B. Munford,
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Mrs. Beverly B. Mumford,  [Munford]
 
503 East Grace Street,  
 
503 East Grace Street,  
 
Richmond, Va.
 
Richmond, Va.
  
 
(Enc.)
 
(Enc.)

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26 Broadway New York

November 21, 1913.

My dear Mrs. Mumford: [Munford] I enclose a letter which expresses my humble sentiments on the subject we discussed; if it can be of any use to you I shall be well repaid. I also enclose President Eliot’s statement on the higher education of women, which as you will see is a compilation of things he has written and said on various occasions. As this proves to be my only copy, I should be glad to have it again, but not until it has served every possible purpose in your hands. Please keep it as many weeks or months as you may wish. Sincerely yours, Jerome D. Greene

Mrs. Beverly B. Mumford, [Munford] 503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va.

(Enc.)