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Martha writes to Mrs. Porter hoping that she will be in attendance for the breaking ground of the Mothers Building on April 17.

Martha Berry writes to Mrs. F. M. Inman to request that she visit Berry in the next week so that they may talk over plans about the Mothers' Building.

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.

Martha Berry writes to Mr. Carlson apologizing for not taking up the matter about the dental equipment that has been promised. She asks about building a room for a dentist office. She also sends along a photo about the "Mother's Building" mentioning it doesn't fit with the Girls School.

Hammond encloses a letter from Adolph Ochs and asks Martha Berry to suggest revisions. Hammond has received Louise Inman's solicitation for the Mothers Building and comments that she is glad the idea originated with a southern woman. She wants to give $1,000 and asks Berry whether to direct it to the new dormitory or through Mr. Ochs. Hammond advises Berry not to be unhappy about Ochs being chosen as chair of the endowment effort, because he is the obvious choice; if any Protestant southerners object because he is a Jew, Berry should dwell on the fact that his generosity is all the more wonderful because he knows the schools are Christian. On letterhead of the Jekyl Island Club.


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