Monday, July 24, 1865.
Spoke for us vincent came up he is very [...] very busy all day in the evening i went to the annul meeting of the association we elected our old President changed three
of our offerces very warm and very busy meeting at elises i had a hard work to make up my mind to go but through the influence of Pap guy i went and not regret it we had quite a nice me
eting [meeting] quite a number out quite warm to day i have bin busy Dress making this week Vincent made his appearance late this evening
The Recorder carried the results of the Ladies Union Association election, noting that “Miss A.E. Mills” was elected president, “Miss Amina Morgan” was chosen as vice president, “Miss S.L. Brown” became secretary, “Mrs. Elijah Davis” was elected treasurer, and ICY teacher “Miss Carrie. R. Lacount” was appointed corresponding secretary. Having lost her son the previous year, Sarah Davis, Emilie’s sister-in-law, must have found comfort among the women of the LUA. “Notice,” The Christian Recorder, August 5, 1865.