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Martha Berry asks New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt to visit Berry the next time he comes south to visit Warm Springs, reminding him that he promised to visit "when the roads were better."
Berry invites New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt to speak at commencement. She reminds him that he has promised to come and hopes the date will work. She mentions having met his mother recently at luncheon with Mrs. Douglas Robinson.
New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt says he must wait to come to Berry until the spring.
Governor Roosevelt informs Miss Berry than he cannot come to Commencement this year, as the Legislature's adjournment is uncertain and then he must go to Warm Springs.
This letter from Theodore Roosevelt is a response to Martha Berry pertaining to her Christian industrial school for boys. The letterhead indicates that Roosevelt was still in the office of President at the White House in Washington D.C. when it was composed. William Taft is mentioned at the end of the letter, likely because he had been elected president with the overwhelming support from Roosevelt. Roosevelt mentions visiting Berry's school upon return from Africa, to which he embarked in March of 1909 when his presidential term ended.
Mr. Starr writes to Miss Berry to suggest she bring her case to ex-President Coolidge and ex Governor Smith. He also says that he is writing to the Banker's Trust Co. "urging your claims" so that Miss Berry doesn't have to work so hard.
Martha Berry asks President Taft to fill out the Recommendation Blank for the Pictorial Review Award Committee. The award is given to an American woman based on her accomplishments over a ten year period. Miss Berry encloses a list of her accomplishments and asks for his recommendation in his own words.
The 32nd President of the United States visits with Martha Berry
Berry thanks Achelis for the book about Herbert Hoover, saying that she is interested in his career and plans to vote for him.