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Martha Berry sends the permission Mr. Campbell needs, and lets him know she wishes she could do more, but being a woman limits her.

Berry acknowledges that she gave permission to Campbell to sign her name on the petition for a state constitutional amendment to exempt educational endowments from taxation. She wishes that she could do more for the cause and explains that, being a woman, she has no vote, suggesting two men for Campbell to contact.

J.L. Campbell asks Martha Berry if her name may be used in a newspaper appeal to Georgia voters which asks them to vote to ratify a state constitutional amendment to exempt educational endowments from taxation.

Berry uses a Western Union Telegram to tell Campbell to sign her name on the petition in support of the constitutional amendment to exempt educational endowments from taxation. She says a proper letter will follow.


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