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Carnegie is inspired by Emily Vanderbilt Hammond's pamphlet about her pilgrimage to Berry to endow September 17, her sister's birthday.

Martha Berry expresses her sympathy to Mrs. Carnegie about the recent death of their friend Estelle Whitfield.

Berry apologizes for arriving late at Carnegie's event, but is glad to have been able to see both Carnegie and her daughter Margaret.

Mr. Lester writes to tell Miss Berry that the Carnegie Corporation can make their payment of $12,500 early.

Carnegie thanks Berry for the angel food cake.

Louise Carnegie's secretary Archibald Barrow conveys her $1,000 contribution to the Margaret Fund.

Lists of people receiving presents (fruit cakes, angel food cakes, lavender bags, paper knives, candy) from the Berry Schools at Christmas in 1927.

Lester advises Berry about Frederick Kepple's travel plans and says that he shares her hope of continuing support for the schools from the Carnegie Corporation.

Christmas greetings to The Berry School with a $1,000 gift.


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