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Letter to Arthur Curtis James from Martha Berry telling him how much they have enjoyed the enlarged chapel. Miss Berry informs Mr. James that at their commencement they could barely fit the people 'from far and away.' Miss Berry also informs him that Dr. James Vance, a preacher from Nashville, preached their baccalaureate service but also that he informed Miss Berry that he had 'never faced a more inspiring audience.' Miss Berry also informs him that she thought of Mrs. James at commencement and how she would have loved knowing that the chapel was being used for what she wished. Miss Berry also wishes that he would come and visit The Berry School and that she very much wished that the could have been at the commencement.

Berry asks Holt to consider donating a new communion set and collection plates for the newly enlarged Chapel.

Berry is expecting guests and wants Hamrick to spend time cleaning up the school grounds.

Miss Berry tells Mr. Carlson about the Commencement in the new Chapel, the Fords' visit, her plans to ask Mr. Ford about the building of the new dormitory and Mrs. Hammond's visit with her group's pledges for the new dormitory.

Mr. Carlson writes to Mr. Skinner to enclose copies of letters with prices on communion sets.

Martha Berry asks Dr. Bleyer if he might be able to speak at Berry while he visits the University of Georgia. She notes several ways that he could get to the school and notes how important a visit from him might be for the students. She explains that all of the expenses of the trip would be taken care of by The Berry Schools.

Mr. Arthur Curtiss James sends a check for $52,500 to pay for the enlargement of the Berry Chapel.

C. L. Bishop writes to Martha Berry to reiterate his company's prior request for information about the windows being installed in the new chapel. He would like the information they asked for as soon as possible so that they might make a bid on the construction of the "art glass windows."

Harry J. Carlson advises that Martha Berry write to Mr. Carman on the matter of the chapel inscription.

Martha Berry writes that she wishes to have the inscription in the chapel use just Mrs. James' name. A recent visit by Robert B. Cridland was most enjoyable.

Martha Berry writes to Harry J. Carlson about the wording for the memorial inscription for the chapel. She asks that Arthur Curtiss James not be informed about the chapel enlargement.

Martha Berry writes to Harry J. Carlson about the wording for the memorial inscription for the chapel. She asks that Arthur Curtiss James not be informed about the chapel enlargement.

Martha Berry writes that she will try to impress on Mrs. Inman that "the building" must be fireproof. She asks Carlson to confirm his commission on the chapel, referring to a lower commission on previous projects.

Martha Berry writes about fundraising for the chapel organ and asks Harry J. Carlson to reduce his commission to help.

Harry J. Carlson writes about the need to upgrade the organ in the chapel, providing Martha Berry with advice about how to proceed.


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