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Berry seeks a copy of a photograph taken of her, Emily Vanderbilt Hammond, and Corinne Roosevelt Robinson at the Berry Birthday Dinner. She wishes to have the photograph retouched to eliminate neck and facial lines.
Berry acknowledges Brown's desire to paint her portrait. She asks if they can set up a date in October, but warns that she is far past the age where she should have her portrait painted.
Berry writes that she must reschedule Stone's visit to paint her portrait, and hopes that he can do so before "I get too old and ugly".
Martha Berry writes that she would like very much for Seymour M. Stone to make her picture [portrait], but fears that she has waited until she is "too old and fat". She comments that previous pictures were failures, so the canvases were destroyed.