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The Movement Comes of Age

Erminia Thompson Folsom to Annette Finnigan, December 23, 1912

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Erminia T. Folsom to Annette Finnigan, 1912

it would be convenient for you to see


them for a short time. If you


wish to write direct to Mrs. Anna


E. Walker, her address is 710


Nueces St. If the weather is too


disagreeable they might not go[.]

            With best wishes to you and a


merry Christmas,

Very sincerely

P.S. As Miss Hess has gone to Miss-


issippi and I do not expect her


to return to Texas, I don't think it


necessary to say much about her


action in Philadelphia. I hope


she will do some good work for the


Cause in Mississippi; and now she


should be able to help the Cause


more than if she had not been


at the convention[.]

E.T.F.

[Erminia Thompson Folsom]

 

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Erminia Thompson Folsom to Annette Finnigan, December 23, 1912, Erminia Thompson Folsom Collection, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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