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Sparkes proposes to write an article about modern influences on mountain people, including the Berry School, highways, automobiles, radio, etc., for the Saturday Evening Post.
Berry writes Inman about the possibility of Margaret Fitzhugh Brown using a previously done miniature as the basis for a portrait of Berry, since the miniature was "made at a time when I looked like I would have the schools remember me."
Writes a letter to Martha Berry explaining how he has been working to complete his $1000 pledge to the Berry Schools. He also tells her than he thinks of himself as a Philadelphian, despite having lived in Georgia half his life. He mentions being sorry that Berry has been too ill to visit him and his wife in Cedartown.