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Mrs. Inman explains that various circumstances have made it impossible to work on "the Berry Exhibit" and meeting; plans now are to delay until after Christmas. She asks for information on Bernice Russell, who graduated from the junior college and for whom she is trying to find employment. She hopes that Martha Berry is well and that "things with Frances" were better than she anticipated.
Inman is back at her desk after a year's delay in working on the Mothers' Building. She sends instruction to Bessie Bonner about a Berry exhibit in Atlanta, asking her to prepare "all things beautiful" and made at Berry, and to include the Girls' Quartet as entertainment. Inman is concerned that the attention of potential supporters in Atlanta will be diverted to the Rabun Gap school.