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Miss Berry suggests to Miss Neal that she should write a letter to Mr. Keown. She believes this will encourage him to raise money for Judge Wright Day.
Berry hopes to endow February 19 in honor of Judge Wright.
This letter says that the letter Mr. Mebane sent regarding the death sentence imposed by Judge Wright has been received and will be answered by Martha whenever she returns.
Rome attorney W.B. Mebane asks for Berry's support in his quest to prevent the death penalty for an African American man named Jim Mikens.
Martha Berry thanks J. B. Campbell for offering to hold her money until she can invest it, saying she has been too busy to do so with the work at the Schools and her mother's illness. She says that The Schools are facing a difficult time and asks him to come visit and help them.