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Martha writes to Mrs. Harbison to thank her for the gift that was received from her.
Martha writes to Mrs. Grossman to thank her for the gift that she sent to the school, and to let her know they are anxious to have Berry's publications received by Mrs. Grossman, and she looks forward to seeing her one day at Berry.
Martha writes to Mr. Gean to thank him for the gift that was sent to Berry as it brough cheer and happiness to the school. She trusts that he will be able to visit the school so that they can thank him in person on day.
Martha writes to Elizabeth to thank her for the help that she sent to Berry, and hopes that when Martha is in New York they will be able to visit.
Martha writes to Miss Fox to thank her for the gift that was sent and sorry that she is not feeling well. Martha also mentions that she is welcome to visit Berry sometime when she is feeling better.
Martha writes to thank them for their gift to the Berry schools. She explains that she hopes there will be an Endowment Fund one day and that the schools have grown extremely fast. She also mentions that the school is expecting a great loss even if it rains in the near future.
Martha writes to Mr. Childs to thank him for the gift and wishes that he would come to Berry for a visit.
Martha writes to Mr. Chambers to thank him for the gift that he sent to Berry.
Martha Writes to Mr. Benjamin to thank him for the books that he sent to the school.
The Berry Schools writes to Helen R. Gill to thank her for the gifts that she and her friends sent as well as the list of names that she provided to be placed on Berry's mailing list. The Schools also wish to express their condolences at Miss Gill's recent illness and hopes that her condition is improving.
Martha Berry writes thanking Miss Allen for her gift to the school and notes that she should tell her friends of the need the school faces.
Martha writes Mr. Lamont thanking him for his help in 1926. She writes to him once again trying to get him to "read between the lines" and help the school once more in 1928.
Martha writes to Mr. Holt to thank him for his help for the Berry School.
Martha writes to Mr. Frothingham to thank him for the gift that was sent to Berry and urges him to visit with his family.
Martha writes to Miss Fox to thank her for the gift that she sent to the school.