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1st Vice-President -- Mrs. H.H. Jones 213 W. 36th street 2nd Vice-President--Mrs. G.L.P Stone c/o U.S.S. Richmond, Navy Yard Rec. Sec'y--Miss Sarah Sandridge 150 Main Street, Berkley Cor, Sec'y--Mrs. C.E.Townsend 245 W. Freemason Street

Equal Suffrage League of Norfolk Mrs. W.J. Adams, President, 601 Colonial Avenue

Treasurer--Mrs. C.C.Couper 303 Botetourt Apt. Ass't Treas.--Miss Florence Whitehead 223 W. 28th Street Honorary Vice-Presidents: Miss Ellen Duval Mrs. Barton Myers Mrs. Carey Weston

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have worked faithfully through the year. Feeling the need of instruction of parliamentary law, a class was formed and Mrs. Washington, a member well versed in the same, consented to give instruction. She donated the proceeds, $25,00 to the pledge made to the National Convention at Phila. by our president when a delegate there - has gone at her own expense. During the past year, one delegate to the National Convention, four members took part in one Baltimore parade and two in the other. Six in the noted March 3rd parade in Washington one walking as a pilgrim from Virginia; two to Washington, April 7 to petition on Congress to pass a suffrage bill for women, and two again July 31st to present to Congress petitions on which they had obtained many signatures, one by touring Virginia in an automobile with Mrs. Chas. Morton, Senator Miles Poindexter's sister. Also members in three automobiles, decorated in suffrage colors and banners, took part in the Norfolk Playground Parade May 17th 1st in Va and distributed much literature en route. A booth for suffrage was maintained in Norfolk's Pure Food Show, where a large map was displayed and quantities of literature sold and given away. During the summer members went to certain factories in Norfolk and handed suffrage literature to employees as they left the gates. A junior League was started at the High School and literature and buttons given them. The first open-air street speaking for the cause of suffrage in Virginia, was done Feb. 10 by Mrs. Kent, wife of Congressman Kent of Cal. and Mrs. Evans of Boston, from an automobile, under the shadow of the monument in Main St. Norfolk, to a quiet respectful crowd of eager listners, many of whom signed the membership cards handed out to them. Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Evans