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Martha Berry writes Robitzsch Long of Ocilla, Ga. to thank him for a previous letter. She reports on the intensity of the summer heat before addressing the real topic, a young woman named Audrey. It appears that she is a student or some other member of the Berry community who is carrying on a a long engagement with Mr. Long. Martha Berry expresses her concerns about Audrey being to young to not be having as good a time as other girls without criticism. She tells Mr. Long that she will try to secure him a place in Rome, where there is a new mill and improving business, or at least in Atlanta.

Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Henry Ford because she is anxious to have Mr. Cameron, who she frequently listens to on the radio, come and speak to the students in chapel--hopefully in October.
She goes on to speak of the summer's lingering heat and a recent rainstorm--the first in weeks--that has made her feel that "God has Washed His World." She also wishes to inform Mrs. Ford that her "colored mammy," Martha Freeman, is feeling much better and enjoys listening to all the Ford Programs on her radio.
Overall Martha Berry hopes that Mrs. Ford and her husband will stop to visit on their way down to Savannah, Georgia.


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