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Mrs. Dalrymple woud like to incorporate Berry into the work that she does.
Martha writes to Dr. Shaw in hopes that he will be able to visit this winter and hopes that he has been able to find the source of complaint about Berry.
Berry apologizes that Pennybacker did not receive the literature sent to her train and will send packages to her in Austin and at the Hotel Belmont in New York. Berry recalls the "wonderful talk" Pennybacker gave to the Shorter College girls during the 1928 visit of the Pilgrims.
Martha Berry writes to Cora Neal to talk about the recent donation to Shorter College from the Rockefeller Foundation. She expresses her desire to find out "how they secured their gift."
Harry J. Carlson responds to Martha Berry's request for advice about getting John E. Bierwirth, Thompson Starrett Company vice president, on the Berry Board of Trustees by counseling that she wait to discuss the matter with Bierwirth in person. Carlson comments further on fundraising and hopes that the "Detroit friends" will postpone their visit. He asks Berry to have Mr. Skinner respond more fully about the dairy.
Martha Berry asks architect Harry Carlson's advice on getting John E. Bierwirth, Thompson Starrett Company vice president, on the Berry Board of Trustees and mentions a Rockefeller Foundation award to Shorter College. She lets Carlson know that "our Detroit friends" are expected to visit.
Martha Berry sends the permission Mr. Campbell needs, and lets him know she wishes she could do more, but being a woman limits her.