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Martha K. Beatty recalls meeting Miss Berry earlier that year at the home of her cousin some years before, and says that she found the account of Miss Berry's work very interesting. She informs Miss Berry that she has moved to Rome, GA with Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and expresses interest in seeing the schools. She requests that someone telephone her and Mrs. Baldwin with a convenient time.
After talking on the phone with Martha Berry, William Trawick (an attorney in Cedartown, GA) writes her a letter discussing the most effective method of contacting Mr. Thompson to come to speak to the students at the Berry Schools.
Berry is invited to telephone Hall if she feels like having a "quiet home dinner."
Martha Berry asks Hamrick to call her office so they can set up a time to meet.