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Helen Hitchcock writes Emily Hammond to tell her about an exhibit being put on at the Art Center by the Colonial Dames' titled, "Gates of Opportunity." She says that exhibit reminds her very much of the Berry Schools and urges Hammond to bring Martha Berry to see the exhibition.
Mr. Wilson is informing Miss Berry that she does not need to send someone to take care of her exhibit, for after it is installed, it shall be well guarded. He advises her to use captions so that those who see the exhibit will be able to understand the great work that Miss Berry is doing. He explains that he can not help with the construction cost of the booth since he is providing the space for the booth for free.
Berry will give Hamrick a loom so she can help the girls produce enough cloth to exhibit, but also to show the girls how to start and finish their work.