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This report lists and describes everyone who visited the New York Exhibit and left their address.

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Miss Rogers, the secretary yo Mrs. John Henry Hammond, sends a note attached to a list of people who donated to the Berry Schools in connection with the theatre benefit.

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An order for one of the woven men's neckties for Noel Coward and a $5 bag for Beatrice Lillie.

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A letter informing Mrs. Hammond of Miss Berry's intent of making a trip to New York for the medal of the National Institute of Social Sciences meeting. She then goes on to describe her excitement in seeing Mrs. Hammond and her entire group of Pilgrims on April 18th. She apologizes for not being able to suggest friends who might make the journey with Mrs. Hammond and the pilgrims. She concludes by sending her love along with the boys and girls.

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Emily V. Hammond had sent Miss Berry a check for $7,750 to fund the E. V. Hammond Scholarship, but she felt that the scholarship could wait if the money needed to be used for expenses, such as paying the teachers.

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Martha Berry congratulates Mrs. Hammond on the success of the play and sale. She appreciates that it will spark interest in the Berry Schools. She says that she knew the play would be a success. She informs Mrs. Hammond that Inez is better and expresses her gratitude for the play again.

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A letter expressing her gratitude towards Mrs. Hammond and all her friends for putting on the benefit that will help so many more children in addition to the ones already at Berry.

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A letter explaining that the attached check was initially a birthday present for Mrs. Hope but she wanted to donate it to Berry.

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Martha Berry informs Mrs Hammond that Inez Henry is too ill to travel to New York and that Willie Sue Cordell will travel to New York to handle the sale. Martha Berry thanks Mrs Hammond and her New York friends for organizing a benefit; she also regrets that she cannot travel and sit with Mrs. Hammond in her box, and meet with faithful friends. Martha wishes she could meet Beatrice Lillie for the grand performance.

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A letter expressing Martha's appreciation for all the work Emily Hammond does for Berry and for the $5,000 gift.

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