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Osborn, a former governor of Michigan, acknowledges a invitation from Berry, mentioning his devotion to trees and his oversight in not having gone to the Berry Schools. He provides the address he will have during a planned visit to Georgia and asks to be considered an enthusiastic friend of the school.

Berry learned of Osborn's love of trees from Mrs. E.P. Mallory, and invites Osborn to make an appearance at the Berry Schools to talk to the boys and girls.

George will try to visit Berry on his way back to Washington, DC.

Senator George's secretary (whose name appears to be "Sarah...") writes Martha Berry an acknowledgement of an invitation she sent the senator. She says that Martha Berry should hear from him in the next few days.

Berry writes to ask George to stop at Berry en route to Washington, saying they have a pleasant guest cottage where they can make him and Mrs. George comfortable if they visit.

Miss Berry writes to W. F. George to ask him to speak to the students at Berry on his way to or from Savannah in November. She offers to have him for luncheon or overnight at whatever date is convenient for him.

George regrets that he cannot accept the invitation to speak at commencement.

George expresses his concerns about damages to the school from fire.

Berry proposes a date for Fletcher's visit and provides travel details.

Fletcher accepts Berry's invitation to come to Berry if circumstances permit, specifying that he only accepts engagements if Mrs. Fletcher, a professional platform artist, can accompany him. He recalls an earlier visit when he and Alice Neilsen were guests at the school.

Berry invites Fletcher to visit and speak to the students, commenting that faculty member Frank Spindler is a great admirer of Fletcher's.

Nottingham seeks a donation to Neil Andrews' Solicitor General campaign.

Andrews seeks Berry's support in his campaign for election to Solicitor General of the Rome Circuit.

Miss Berry asks Senator Harris for help with her passport application and tells him the news of the dormitory that burned down.

Alice D. Jones responds for Senator William J. Harris of Georgia to an invitation from Martha Berry for the Senator to attend the Berry Schools' 25th anniversary celebration.

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