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Miss Berry tells Mr. Harrington that they need 12 yards of braid to decorate the sofa and chair.
In this letter Martha Berry apologizes for the late response. She explains the types of dresses that the girls at school wear to Mrs. Cheneweth and she asks her to stop by on her way to Florida.
In this letter to Mr. H.J. Carlson, Martha Berry inquires about a blueprint for the new Recitation Hall provided by Mrs. Ford.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Burkert about her misfortune in trying to purchase a piano and says if she comes to Atlanta she will call him up.
Letter tells of a decorated basket sent to Mrs Campbell made with the pine cones supplied to Berry by Mrs Campbell.
Martha writes to Mr. Cotton to thank him for his gift towards the Water Supply.
Berry is extending thanks to Chisholm, from all at Berry, for a book she sent on furniture.
Martha Berry would like Mr. Carlson to send any information he thinks she would be interested in.
Martha Berry requests peafowl from Howard Coffin because Berry has no hens, only three cocks.
Martha Berry thanks Mr. Carlson for sending the plans for the recitation hall. She says that they are getting some results from the occasional names he sends to her. She also mentions that Dr. Gehring told her that Mr. Bingham is not well enough to take up any business.
Martha is enclosing literature about the Berry Schools. She states that she found the schools 24 years ago and trains boys and girls. She is asking for one cow who is three years old and another who is four or five. She wants Pedigree, prices, and photos.
This is a letter to Mr. H. J. Carlson from Martha Berry about the excavation for Recitation Hall at the Girl's School beginning on May 5th. She says that they only have the hall "partly promised" so she can't ask for plans for the whole building. She is planning to go to Detroit and "make this hall a reality" but for the present they cannot plan the whole building.
This is a thank you letter to Miss Jeannette Clark from Martha Berry for her donation to the dormitory of the Foundation School for boys. There is also an inscription from Miss Mom K. Cotton with a donation to the school as well.