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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA March 3 1921 Dear Mrs. Munford - I am returning today the coordinate college material, which you very kindly sent me. Owing to the number of interlineations, amendments etc, I was afraid to use it as a basis of positive statements. All that I wanted was the substance of the Stroke bill of 1912, the Early-Risen bill of 1914, and the Stroke bill of 1918. Their substance can be given in too words. I have a big piles of notes descriptive of the main features of the coordinate college movement - the arguments pro and con, which include a synopsis of several statements by you, the protagonist on one of the sides. I intend to do full justice to your pluck and sagacity in that long fight. I know you are a very busy woman, but can you not aid [illegible] the extent of giving within the [scope?] of 700 hours the [principal?] provisions of those three bills considered separately? Yours sincerely, Philip Alexander Bruce