State Normal and Industrial School for Women East Radford, Va.
March 9, 1914.
Office of the President
Mrs. B. B. Munford, Richmond, Va.
Dear Mrs. Munford:
I had quite an extended conversation with Mr. Jordan before I left Richmond last Thursday morning. I do not think there is much probability of his voting for the Co-ordinate College Bille. He is not as bitter against it as he was; he says it is a good measure in many ways but this is not the time for it as there are other matters that should have attention.
I received the copy of the letter form the State Superintendent of Michigan. It is certainly a strong letter.
I could not find Mr. Looney or Mr. Johnson. It seems that Mr. Looney has changed his boarding place. I am writing a few members today in regard to the matter, urging them to take a definite stand as the matter will soon come before them.
Very sincerely yours, J. P. McConnel