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[letterhead:]LAW OFFICE OF J.K.M. NORTON. 128 S. FAIRFAX STREET,         ALEXANDRIA, VA.
              J.K.M. NORTON.  
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TELEPHONE  98
              128 S. FAIRFAX STREET,  
 
              ALEXANDRIA, VA.
 
              TELEPHONE  98
 
  
  
 
before in their emergency.
 
before in their emergency.
                  Thess things shake make my confidence in the effort, and have satisfied me that the ladies who are pushing this plan have hopes of incorporating the movement as an active and actual part of the University of Virginia.  My personal inclination is, however, when I am on the board to oppose any aid or assistance to the plan.
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These things shake my confidence in the effort, and have satisfied me that the ladies who are pushing this plan have hopes of incorporating the movement as an active and actual part of the University of Virginia.  My personal inclination is, however, when I am on the board to oppose any aid or assistance to the plan.
 
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I write you frankly, because I have now arrived at the conclusion that the movement, as I now feel is contemplated, bears with it a serious menace to the University.
                  I write you frankly, because i have now arrived at the conclusion that the movement, as I now feel is contemplated, bears with it a serious menace to the university.
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Sincerely your friend.
                                                                                                 
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J K M Norton
sincerely your friend.
 
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Latest revision as of 20:37, 30 November 2020

[letterhead:]LAW OFFICE OF J.K.M. NORTON. 128 S. FAIRFAX STREET, ALEXANDRIA, VA. TELEPHONE 98


before in their emergency. These things shake my confidence in the effort, and have satisfied me that the ladies who are pushing this plan have hopes of incorporating the movement as an active and actual part of the University of Virginia. My personal inclination is, however, when I am on the board to oppose any aid or assistance to the plan. I write you frankly, because I have now arrived at the conclusion that the movement, as I now feel is contemplated, bears with it a serious menace to the University. Sincerely your friend. J K M Norton