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Mr. Butler (president of Columbia University and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931) lets Martha Berry know he is not sure what time he has available to visit, as when he takes time off from work, he does not like to have obligations.
Martha Berry discusses her preference that her boys and girls not finish their training at Rollins College. She also tells about her Christmas season.
Hammond writes Berry that she will be hearing from Dr. Norwood soon about sending Berry graduates to Rollins College. She also says Rollins president Hamilton Holt ought to be sent an invitation to Berry.
Thomas Nadal, president of Drury College, promises to send Martha Berry a list of names of people in St. Louis.
Martha Berry writes to Mrs. W.J. Jones to say she is welcome to visit Berry any time she is in the area.
Mrs. and Mrs. Jones, presidents of Pineland College, wish to visit Berry on their trip through Georgia. A Berry graduate, Mr. Cantrell, will be teaching at Pineland.
The President reports his expenses for his trip to Berry at Miss Berry's request. A note in pencil denotes a check sent on 5/27/29 by Hoge.
Berry provides travel information related to Chase's Commencement visit to the Berry Schools.
Chase writes to make travel arrangements for his visit to the Berry Schools.
Martha Berry writes to request that Mount Holyoke College President Mary Woolley endorse her for the Pictorial Review Achievement Award.
Berry responds to Dr. Matheson's letter by saying that she has written to Mr. Lewis and hopes that a trust fund to benefit Berry can be established.
Drexel Institute President Kenneth G. Matheson writes to Martha Berry of a conversation with Frank Spencer Lewis. Lewis asked Matheson's advice on founding new schools for Southern mountain youth vs. developing existing schools. Matheson recommended he contact Berry.
K. G. Matheson agrees to endorse Martha Berry for the Pictorial Review Achievement Award.
Martha Berry asks Drexel Institute President K.G. Matheson to endorse her for the Pictorial Review Achievement Award.
Martha Berry asks Drexel Institute President Kenneth G. Matheson to provide her with a list of potential donors from the Philadelphia area and invites him to visit Berry.