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Telegram to the Tennessee Legislature
and the Sixty Three Members of the House Who Signed It :

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North Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives.


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(title page) Telegram to the Tennessee Legislature and the Sixty Three Members of the House Who Signed It

North Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives.

[3 p.]
[Raleigh, N. C.]
[The House]
[1920]

Call number Cb324.3 T26 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

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TELEGRAM
TO THE
Tennessee Legislature
AND THE
Sixty Three Members
OF THE
House Who Signed It


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Telegram to the General Assembly of Tennessee

RALEIGH, N. C., August 11, 1920.

To the General Assembly of Tennessee, Nashville, Tenn.

        We, the undersigned members of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of North Carolina, constituting a majority of said body, send greetings to the General Assembly of Tennessee, and assure you that we will not ratify the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, interfering with the sovereignty of Tennessee and other States of the Union. We most respectfully request that this measure be not forced upon the people of North Carolina.

        This telegram was signed by the following
members of the House of Representatives: