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E.H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, acknowledges the arrival of a shipment of 100 sack of flour shipped from Dearborn, Michigan.


E.H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, acknowledges the receipt of a check for $5689.44,, including $5096.00 to Clanton & Webb Company, and $593.44 to the McDonald Furniture Company. The check was in time for a discount of $104.00.


E. H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools, encloses statement of the cost of the new girls' recitation hall which shows the amount paid to the general contractors, Thompson-Starrett Company , with explanation of other charges that were or were not included. He included a request for a check for the amount.


In response to an inquiry about an incoming check, L. J. Thompson informs E. H. Hoge that the check was sent on August 28th and explains that this delay was caused by Mr Liebold's absence from the city.


Letter enclosing statements and requisitions from Thompson Starrett, with instructions for payment.

Coolidge and Carlson encloses a certificate of payment along with statements from Thompson Starrett.

Architect Harry J. Carlson addresses Martha Berry's concerns about stonework and walls, saying that he is not concerned and suggesting that she depend on Mr. Hanson's expertise in the matter. He encloses a letter from Mrs. St. John but indicates that her suggestions cannot be implemented.

Ochs encloses contributions toward commitments to the Endowment Fund and another subscription. He assures Berry of his commitment to raise $1 million for the Endowment Fund despite being asked by the Trustees to abandon his plan and an "unpleasant letter" from E.H. Hoge.

Letter to Ernest L. Rhodes from E.H. Hoge, comptroller of The Berry Schools, informing Mr. Rhodes that during the recent drive for 100,00 dollars for the Berry Schools, that he pledges to pay $100 in semi-annual donations and that his next installment would be due on July 1, 1926.

Berry asks Liebold, secretary to Henry Ford, to approve a list of dining room and kitchen equipment in order to have the rooms usable by Christmas. She is particularly anxious to have the new building in use because the recent enlargement of the schools has made it necessary to serve the students in relays.

The letter is letting the gentlemen from Fahy Store know that they forgot to sign the check that they sent. The check was for $25.00 to the Endowment Fund.

Mr. Hoge writes to Mr. Campbell about the subscription that was pledged during the recent drive by the school. It appears that Mr. Campbell just sent it back with his check of 250 dollars.

The letter informs Miss Sally Brown that her first installment payment for her $100 donation is due on the first of July. A $25 payment is recorded on June 29, 1926.

Mr. Haverty sends the third installment of his subscription.

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