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Miss Berry encourages Mrs. Inman to promote Kiwanis' support of The Mother's Building and wishes for Mrs. Inman good health.
Inez reports on plans for an exhibit, attending a Kiwanis Club meeting, and mining for the names of wealthy residents of Thomasville. She hopes that someone will go to Sunday School at Possum Trot; she feels that if she can get better acquainted witht the people she can get stories from them that will help the school.
Martha Berry asks Mrs. Inman about what the Kiwanians are doing for the Mothers Building since they have so much publicity. She also explains the impact the building will have on the girls and how much they need it. She asks Mrs. Inman to visit the Schools when she comes to see the boys at Darlington.
Letter to Glenn B. Ryman from Martha Berry informing him that she won't be able to attend the Kiwanis Luncheon like she promised because she is physically unable to do so. She informs him that she doctor's have told her not to make speeches at the present time. She instead asks if she can send Miss Wooten in her place. She informs him that Miss Wooten has an interesting story and is a graduate of the schools and has been working with her in the office ever since she graduated. She also adds that she recently gave a talk in New York and that the audience was captivated with her story. She apologizes to him once again and hopes he accepts her excuse.
This is a letter from the Atlanta Kiwanis Club requesting Martha Berry do a presentation about The Berry Schools to members at their Mother's Day luncheon.
Inman writes to make arrangements for Berry to speak at the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta's "Martha Berry Day." On Mother's Building stationery.