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Hammond encloses a letter from Lucille La Verne that "shows such a nice spirit that I want you to read it."

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Berry approves a letter Hammond has written to Lucille La Verne. Berry has written to Mr. Ely about speaking to the Town Hall Club and confirms a date for speaking at the Three Arts Club. She asks Hammond where a quilt she sent to be matched for pillow shams came from, as she likes to compare the work and prices of Berry products with those from other schools.

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Hammond advises Berry to tell Lucille La Verne that Berry would prefer La Verne not advertise that she is fundraising for the schools. Hammond provides a contact who may be able to tell Berry what kind of a person La Verne is.

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Berry reports to Hammond on a list of endowed days and travel plans. Berry sends a clipping about Lucille La Verne, who is advertising that she is raising a million dollars for the school. Berry is concerned that La Verne's effort will reflect unfavorably on the schools.

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This is a letter from Martha Berry to a Mrs. John Henry Hammond inquiring about Lucille LaVerne. Martha mentions that LaVerne says that she is going to raise "a million dollars" for The Berry Schools, but that she knows nothing about her.

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Letter from Madeline Liquori from Washington Irving High School asking for information on the Berry Schools and the mountainers for their studies.

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Request for Miss Berry to acknowledge receipt of monies from Mr. Brown and also have one of the boys do the same.

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Miss La Verne explains to Miss Berry that the gourds sent previously were too small. She requests for them to be replaced with ones to hold a pint of water.

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