Education: Berry Pilgrimage

Candles in hand, a thousand students marched along a fine avenue of trees one night last week at the famed Berry Schools in the Blue Ridge foothills of Georgia. They were welcoming visitors—more eminent visitors than they had seen in many a day. From away up North had come one old lady who doubtless would not have made the long trip for any other occasion—Mrs. James Roosevelt, 78, mother of the President of the U. S.— and from Florida had come Mrs. Thomas Alva Edison. They, with 21 other persons, were at...

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