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Emily Hammond thanks Berry for the recent correspondence. Hammond hopes that the destoryed dormitory was insured.

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Martha Berry suggests that Mrs. Hammond bring Mrs. Ivy Lee on the pilgrimage to The Berry Schools because Mr. Lee was born in the area and Mrs. Lee has wanted to visit.

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Hammond encloses a letter and asks about plans for Berry to speak at Dr. Bestor's Chautauqua in July. She invites Berry to stay at Mount Kisco afterward.

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Paul Ranck informs The Berry Schools that they will be the beneficiary of Emily V. Hammond's insurance policy.

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Martha Berry thanks Hammond for the donation--every amount will help rebuild the dormitory, even the children have donated. Also, the school is very busy as Commencement is coming up soon.

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Marguerite tells Mrs. Hammond that she will use Mrs. Rodgers' account of the Pilgrimage to Berry for the forward. Also, Marguerite recommends that Mrs. Hammond propose Martha Berry for the Pictorial Review Award for 1926.

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Martha Berry thanks Hammond for her recent telegram and informs her that the damaged dormitory was partially insured.

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Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hammond for the "Third Pilgrimage to the Berry Schools" booklets. Martha Berry writes that she will send leaflets on damaged dormitory soon.

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Emily Aisenbey and the Hammond Mother's Civic Club extend their Christmas wishes and prayers to Berry and the School.

Hammond informs Berry that the "Berry Pilgrimage" will arrive at the school on April 13 and asks if the dates will work for Berry.

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Martha Berry writes to Hammond to make housing arrangements for the upcoming visit. Seventeen rooms have been set aside and the guests will be entertained at the Girls School.

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Emily Hammond advises Martha Berry not to accept any offers from Mr. Tressier and asks Miss Berry to come to Mount Kisco for a week before going to Chicago.

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Mr. Price sends a copy of his paper to Mrs. Hammond in which he has printed the appeal she wrote. Hammond forwards the letter to Martha Berry with a handwritten note at the bottom.

Emily Hammond a beautiful letter she has received from Mrs. Chisholm with Martha Berry. Hammond urges Berry to write Chisholm since she'll probably make a generous gift to the schools.


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