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Mr. Holt says that he just saw Paul Culbertson off to Berry by train. He also informs the recipient that his other cards are printed and will be mailed soon.

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Mr. Holt includes part of a letter from Grace Noll Crowell about a possible visit to Berry. Ms. Crowell writes that she wishes she could come, but that two of her sons have been sick recently. She says that she will try to visit as soon as they improve. She talks about sharing her poetry with the students. Mr. Holt suggests that Martha Berry write to Ms. Crowell about the visit.

Martha Berry wishes Mr. Cutting would come to visit Berry.

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Mrs. Smith writes to send her check for the approaching Christmas season and ask about trains for her upcoming visit.

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Martha Berry invites Dr. Chase to visit Berry during his trip to the University of North Carolina and Georgia and discusses travel arrangements.

Martha Berry asks Dr. Bleyer if he might be able to speak at Berry while he visits the University of Georgia. She notes several ways that he could get to the school and notes how important a visit from him might be for the students. She explains that all of the expenses of the trip would be taken care of by The Berry Schools.

Belden had hoped to visit Berry while she was in Florida in December, but was unable to find train service. She sends thanks for the cotton.

Miss Berry writes that she will have someone meet Mrs. Massengail at the train and that she is excited to see her.

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Mrs. Larned thanks Miss Berry for the book and news of the 25th celebration of the schools. She sends a small donation and apologizes for the "scrawl" as she is riding in a train.

Note from Miami to Rome assures Mrs. Wright that Frances Price is safe and will be on the train. (Hurricane hit Miami on this day according to the Miami Herald)

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Martha Berry asks Mr. Polley to renew her pass on the Central of Georgia Railway that the previous President had issued to her.

A letter from Martha Berry to Louise B. Chisholm talking about the New York Pilgrims, which was a group of people who would travel to the Berry Schools annually.


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