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Key apologizes for not sending a basket more promptly, but explains that a mailing box was not available. Berry can have the basket for $2 plus postage, and Key will provide baskets for others if so desired.
Hutch thanks Berry for the basket she received for Christmas and provides an update on the health of Kate Macy and Walter G. Ladd.
Letter with gift of $50 (second gift) from Miss Maude Moherman and Mrs. Ida E. DyBall with inquiry about baskets made at Berry.
Correspondence between Martha Berry and Marjorie Davenport regarding consignment of baskets made at Sunshine Cottage. Berry sends a letter to Davenport asking if she has sold the baskets that were sent to her the previous summer. Berry also asks if she can send the money to Berry as soon as possible. The subsequent letters illustrate confusion in the price of the baskets and the sale price.
Letter letting Mrs. Harvey know that her order for towels and baskets will be made as soon as possible.
The Berry Schools thank Mrs. Harvey for letting them know the bill for the baskets was never sent. They also inform her they will be enclosing the bill and are happy to hear that she is getting great use out of the baskets.
Kate Harney is enquiring about getting some towels made. She is also looking to see what else the school is selling, and is particularly looking for baskets.
Kate Harney lets Martha Berry know that she has never received a bill for the purchase of the baskets. She wants to pay for them, as she likes them so much.