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July 21, 1915 Dear Mrs. Townsend, Kindly see check for $5.00, from which you may pay 50 cts to Mrs. Plummer unless you have already given her a part of the dollar Mrs. Black gave you as residue from parade. Please keep a memorandum for me of the expenditures so I can satisfy Miss Goldsmith. I am enclosing clippings I have made from some of papers regarding municipal suffrage for women. See what you can do. May I venture the suggestion that you make your letter very short? Only short snappy things attract attention nowadays. Had no meeting last night on account of the heavy rain. Go to Irvington today. Write me at Wharton's Grove, Weems, Va. Helen H. Green -