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Grable requests weaving samples for a client and forwards a letter from a friend who is interested in the schools. She reports on conversations with Mrs. Newcomb and Miss Ruth Draper, who has accepted an invitation to the dinner. Mrs. Marshall Field has also accepted.
Berry encloses a letter from Mr. Chambers and asks Wingo to follow up with him, as "it seems that all of our friends are like flowers." She suggests that Wingo might borrow a typewriter for the girls who won English pins and tells her that someone has sent his opinions of the schools to Emily Vanderbilt Hammond and John D. Rockefeller in which he criticizes the schools as extravagant and makes other criticisms.