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Mims, chair of the Vanderbilt University Department of English, writes enthusiastically of his visit to Berry and the work of the school, saying that he has spoken of his visit to several classes and hopes very much to return. He does not have a manuscript of the address he gave at Berry and will not have time to create one.
Letter to G.L. Green from Martha Berry asking Mr. Green to make it plain to his coworkers that no Minister, doctors, or speakers from Rome are to be entertained at Berry. She was informed by a YMCA executive that they should develop their own speakers. Miss Berry doesn't want speakers from the outside because it is impossible to maintain the students when so many people from the outside are brought into the schools.