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Photograph of Oak Hill, Rome, Georgia.

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Martha Berry asks about the flagstones for her garden.

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Mr. Cridland lets Martha Berry know that he will contact her when he is coming.

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Berry writes Cridland upon her return from Europe, where she visited beautiful estates there and in England. She describes Oakhill as 'pathetic' by comparison and declares that should would like to see Cridland soon to discuss changes which must be made to her gardens.

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Martha Berry lets Mr. Cridland know what is going through her mind about the garden.

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Martha Berry lets Mr. Cridland know she likes his less elaborate plans best.

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Berry writes to Cridland to let him know she does not like his plans for the Oak HIll garden, as they require demolition of Aunt Martha's house, which Berry says must be preserved because it "adds to the tradition and history of the place."

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Robert Cridland lets Martha Berry know his future plans for Aunt Martha's house.

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Mr. Cridland writes to Miss Berry about the bridge to be placed on the Berry property.

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Miss Berry writes to Mr. Cridland asking about the bridge that must be built near Old Faith Cottage and she encloses a picture of a rustic bridge to use as a model.

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Martha Berry explains to Mr. Campbell that she has deeded "Oakhill" to the Berry Schools. She also thanks him for his letter to Mr. McGill about the one million dollar endowment.

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Martha Berry asks the Market Bulletin to insert an ad asking for a male gardener for the gardens at Oakhill.

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Roy McClung responds to Martha Berry's ad in the Market Bulletin about hiring a new gardener.

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Martha Berry explains to Mr. Cridland that he should write to her when he is coming to visit. She also asks about landscaping for Oak Hill.

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Mr. Cridland explains to Martha Berry that he will be in Greensboro for the next two days and will receive her letter there.

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