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Gladys E. Russell writes to Miss Berry in the absence of Mr. Vincent to thank her for her telegram. Mr. Vincent is planning to visit Athens on the 9th of April, but his visit will not allow him time to go to Rome.
Martha Berry recounting a visit she had with Mrs. Phillips to Mrs. Morris.
Martha Berry remembers visiting Mrs Emery's home in Cincinnati ,expresses an interest in visiting with her again. Martha tells about the boys that have lost their Berry home and the need of a new dormitory. Martha Berry is unable to travel as she once did and is relying on her friends to meet Berry's need.
Ruth Cummock expresses her love for the Berry Schools because of her recent trip, where she met and talked with Martha Berry. She also discusses her spreading of information about Berry to her friends so that they may also help the Schools.
Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Hussey explaining that she may or may not be able to come to East Orange during January or February.
Martha Berry thanks Mr. Harrington for his prompt service and writes about arrangements for the Harrington family's upcoming visit to Berry, promising to give them "the best dinner they can" and entertain them.
Letter talks of a visit from Mr. Carson to Berry later that month and how anxious they are to continue with work.
This is a letter to Martha Berry from J. Bulow Campbell regarding his plan to visit Rome in the coming week.
Letter to C. F. Buhler from Martha Berry informing him that they received the shipment of bulbs that he sent and that they were in good condition, even after being shipped across the continent. She informs him that she has had them planted in the schools' nursery and that she hopes they are successful. She informs him that if he is ever near to The Berry Schools that the latchstring would be on the outside and that she hopes that he will visit them. She then closes the letter by thanking him for his continued support and interest in the Berry Schools.
Martha Berry expresses her desire for Mrs. Frank Inman to stay longer at the Berry Schools when she visits. She also shares her hope for "Atlanta Day" to be a success.
Martha Berry thanks Mr Liebold and Mr Ford for their donations and asks Mr Liebold about his plans to come south in February so that she will be at home for his visit.
Ford writes on Berry stationary from the campus of Berry to share with Martha Berry the details of their visit. She comments on the stack of corn cobbs resting by the hearth and explains that Mr. Ford is experimenting with cobbs to make tile.
Clara expresses her delight at Martha Berry's letter and is happy that she feels better Clata tells about her recient trip to Berry when they did all the things that they usually did