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Martha Berry lets Mrs. Schenk know that she is mailing her literature.
Grace Graham lets Martha know that what she has submitted to Good Housekeeping is not truly how she feels about Berry; she had to cut it short.
Martha Berry sends her thanks again for the furniture and lets Miss DeWolf know that literature has been sent to her.
Martha Berry sends Dr. Bauer some literature on The Berry Schools and appreciates the support Berry is being given by the DAR. She explains that there are many children already at Berry and many more on the waiting list. She hopes that Dr. Bauer's chapter will continue to show interest in the patriotic work of educating American boys and girls.
Martha Berry sends Mrs. Dalrymple some literature on Berry.
Miss Berry sends some literature about the Berry Schools and writes that she would like to come out near the top of the contest for the Greatest American Women and thanks Mrs. Carmichael for her help.
At the request of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Kellenberger (Julia Lake Skinner) Miss Berry sent literature to Mrs. Brookman about the schools.
The Berry Schools send J. D. Battle, traffic manager for the National Coal Association, literature hoping the article he mentioned will be included.
Martha Berry sends Mr. Walters literature about the Berry Schools and gives him some background information about the work going on at the Schools and how much it costs to pay for a year of school for a student. She invites Mr. Walters to visit the Schools because it "would be a real inspiration to the students to have [him] come."