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Adelaide Pyle wires Miss Berry to express her delight that Miss Berry can visit in September and asks her the exact date of her arrival and if she will be coming from New York or Boston.
Mr. Peabody congratulates Miss Berry on being awarded the Pictorial Review.
Mr. Holt offers his congratulations to Miss Berry, as he heard through the Greensboro and Charlotte papers.
Mrs. Pennybacker asks for Miss Berry to please wire Mrs. Hammond's arrival and the duration of her visit.
Mrs. Parmly asks if Miss Berry could come to Morristown to speak, and asks for her answer by Thursday.
Martha Berry telegrams to express her pleasure at receiving Genevieve Parkhurst at the Berry Schools after her departure on Wednesday. She says that is important from Genevieve Parkhurst to see for herself the work that is being done at the schools.
Genevieve Parkhurst telegrams to say that she cannot leave before Wednesday. She suggests that if Martha Berry will not be at the Berry Schools during her visit, then she should send pictures of herself and material on the schools immediately. She suggests it might be more convenient for Miss Berry to come to her.
Miss Berry sends Miss Neal a telegram urgently telling her to see Mr. Ochs' secretary about the Pictorial Review Award.
Mrs. Wm. Starr Myers wires Martha Berry to invite her to speak at the Women's Club of Princeton in late November or early December. She offers to have Martha Berry stay at her home.
Mrs. David Milton sends a night letter (telegram) to Martha Berry in order to clear her arrival the following day at 7pm so that she may spend a day at the school, upon Martha Berry's prior request.
H. C. Miller says they were feeling somewhat troubled, but she had a friendly general talk with Martha regarding friends and a possible roommate. Martha then went to the opera and seemed fine.
Inman wires to let Berry know she and Mrs. Rivers have departed Atlanta.
Mrs. Inman lets Miss Berry know who is on the way: Mrs. Kizeb, Mrs. Egan and Mrs. Inman.
Mr. Holt congratulates Miss Berry for some good news he heard through the Greensboro and Charlotte papers.