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Richmond, Va. March 25, 1919. Prof. William Thornton, University, Va. My dear Mr. Thornton: I have been constantly on the go, or I should have acknowledged sooner the receipt of your pamphlet on the life and work of Professor Kent, which you were kind enough to send me recently. I very much appreciate your thought of me, and I am enjoying the pamphlet, as I always do what comes from your pen, and especially so in this instance as I knew and admired Dr. Kent through so many years of early educational revival in Virginia. While I am writing, may I say a word to you with reference to our mutual interest as to the women and the University?