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Hilda Busick sends a small check to the Berry Schools and hopes Miss Berry has no further mishaps.
Mrs. Annie M. Clephana sends a check for $25 and her daughters check for $10.
Mrs. Butler sends a small check to The Berry Schools and hopes it will help out a little and wishes them a happy success.
A letter from John P. Cooper detailing an enclosed amount of $100.00 to be given his friend Schnackenberg.
Miss Elizabeth B. Brown sends Miss Martha Berry a check to help towards damage caused by a fire.
Mr. Abbott writes to Martha with a check to the Berry school.
Miss Mabel Johnson sends a check to help towards a fire at the Berry Schools.
The way "my" and "miss" are spelled is interesting. After the bilabial-voiced -nasal-stop, the author writes an "e" where it is usually not used. What is interesting is that the author writes an "e" before two different sounds: a high-front-lax vowel and a diphthong. The author's wording is different as well. She does not use pronoun's where they are usually used in sentence structure.
Mrs. Hills sends Martha Berry a check to help rebuild after the fire.
Mr. Herty sends Martha Berry a check to aid in the rebuilding process.
Ella Hendrickson sends Martha Berry a check to cover the cost of one scholarship.
J.J. Haverty lets the gentleman at the Berry Schools know what a pleasure it was to have a part in their institution.
Hayes sends Martha Berry a donation from herself and one from a friend, Mrs. Merritt.