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Martha Berry responds t Mrs. Paris' request for Berry articles which would be displayed at the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta.
The Berry Schools write to Miss Orme thanking her for the articles she sent and they have been distributed where the need seemed greatest.
An article written on Martha Berry's work for Good Housekeeping by Mrs. Learned. She refers to the Gate of Opportunity and Berry's desire for students to lifters not leaners. She also mentions the original log cabin and the 20,000 acres.
Ethridge asks that photographs to accompany an article she sold to Psychology Magazine be sent.
Transcription of a telegram to Martha Berry from Emily Vanderbilt Hammond informing Martha Berry that the newspaper articles and report of the school have been received and that Mrs. Ogden Reid will try to have a story printed in the Herald Tribune. Hammond asks Berry to confirm a date for her radio broadcast. She cautions that funds are hard to raise and suggests that Berry try to cut expenses.
Telegram to Martha Berry from Emily Vanderbilt Hammond informing Martha Berry that the newspaper articles and report of the school have been received and that Mrs. Ogden Reid will try to have a story printed in the Herald Tribune. Hammond asks Berry to confirm a date for her radio broadcast. She cautions that funds are hard to raise and suggests that Berry try to cut expenses.
This article from the New York Evening Post praises Martha Berry for the fine work she is doing.
Berry responds that the modern influences Boyden mentioned in earlier letters have worked considerable influence on southern mountain people.
Sparkes follows up with Berry for his article on southern mountain people, asking her opinion about the impact of modernization.
Berry agrees to Sparkes proposal that he write an article about the school for the Saturday Evening Post.
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.
Nevin thanks Martha Berry for the biography and corrections she returned to him. He makes note of the difficulties caused by the over-publicity of Mr. Fords's gift. He encloses an article published in The New York Evening Journal, stating that The Georgia will "dress it up a little more effectively." Nevin refers to Berry as "Miss Mattie."
Berry encloses a small check for Catherine to use in camp, in appreciation for all Armes has done for Berry. She reports that Marian Berry is to be married to Prince Sigismondo Chigi and that while she was not invited to the wedding it was suggested that she send a $10,000 gift. She invites Armes to visit, as there is splendid material for an article for Personality and asks that she send a copy of her contribution to the Pictorial Review.
Armes writes to plan an extended visit to Berry to gather information for articles about the school. Since her expenses will not be paid, she suggests enrolling her daughter Catherine in the school as a regular student and paying her tuition. She writes of their mutual friend Miss Neal, who has been ill.
Letter to the Editor of the Progressive Farmer from The Berry Schools saying that they are pleased with the articles that were included in their paper. They ask the editor to send the schools at least one dozen copies of the issue of the paper that included the story about The Berry Schools. They also ask that they inform them of the cost so that Berry can send them a check for their mailing expenses.