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Charles G. Whittaker writes Martha Berry to ask about a position as Grounds Superintendent at the Berry Schools.
Berry instructs Hamrick to place the dormitory just as Mr. Carlson and Mr. Cridland advised. She hopes he has received the new piano and provides instructions for its placement and care.
Martha Berry writes that she wishes to have the inscription in the chapel use just Mrs. James' name. A recent visit by Robert B. Cridland was most enjoyable.
Berry dispenses instructions to Hamrick about pine trees (she believes it is a mistake to have cut so many), roads (she would prefer a good road to the barn instead of "so much fancy planting"), drainage, ivy (which should be planted around the barn), and the use of native trees.