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Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Chamber Richmond, Va. Virginia Sic Semper Tyrannis. John Paul 8th Senatorial District Harrisonburg, VA. November 28, 1913. Mrs. B.B. Valentine 2338 Monument Ave. Richmond, Va. My dear Mrs. Valentine: I have received from the Headquarters of the Equal Suffrage League a letter containing certain resolutions adopted by the League at its Third Annual Convention. I feel that you know my position on the question for Equal Suffrage too well for me to need to go into any discussion of it.
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Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Chamber Richmond, Va. Virginia Sic Semper Tyrannis. John Paul 8th Senatorial District Harrisonburg, VA. November 28, 1913. Mrs. B.B. Valentine 2338 Monument Ave. Richmond, Va. My dear Mrs. Valentine: I have received from the Headquarters of the Equal Suffrage League a letter containing certain resolutions adopted by the League at its Third Annual Convention. I feel that you know my position on the question for Equal Suffrage too well for me to need to go into any discussion of it. I have, for some years, been an advocate of Equal Suffrage and expect to vote for the proposed amendment at the next session of the General Assembly, and do anything that I can to further its passage. With best wishes for your work, I am, Very sincerely yours, John Paul JP-K

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Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Chamber Richmond, Va. Virginia Sic Semper Tyrannis. John Paul 8th Senatorial District Harrisonburg, VA. November 28, 1913. Mrs. B.B. Valentine 2338 Monument Ave. Richmond, Va. My dear Mrs. Valentine: I have received from the Headquarters of the Equal Suffrage League a letter containing certain resolutions adopted by the League at its Third Annual Convention. I feel that you know my position on the question for Equal Suffrage too well for me to need to go into any discussion of it. I have, for some years, been an advocate of Equal Suffrage and expect to vote for the proposed amendment at the next session of the General Assembly, and do anything that I can to further its passage. With best wishes for your work, I am, Very sincerely yours, John Paul JP-K