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Munger's $50 contribution completes her scholarship commitment.
Munger commits to a scholarship contribution in three installments, stating a slight preference for the scholarship going to a boy. She wishes to know the postage on packages she sent so that she can reimburse the school.
Reports result of Sunshine exhibit held in Augusta and Camden, SC and a couple of new potential benefactors. Mr M Mark watched the Berry moving picture and suggests that Berry have a big company from Atlanta make a movie with sound at Berry. Aseparate page lists the Sunshine sale buyers and the new and potential benefactors they met at the event.
Katharine Lee Grable says that by making a purchase from her Emily Vanderbilt Hammond has made it possible for her to send a $100 contribution. Having lost everything except her job, however, she will not be able to carry on as a "good 'Pilgrim'". A talk about Berry by Monica Henderson and Lucy Field at the Three Arts Club was enthusiastically received.
Grable asks for clarification of the contributions she has made to the school.
Provides two checks for scholarships and girls clothes and three boy scholarships with instructions on using the $950 noted at top.
Lily F. Carpenter writes to pay the second half of the yearly scholarship in her sister's honor and praises the Berry Schools.
Lily F. Carpenter encloses her check for the January payment of her sister's scholarship.
The letter includes $150 for "one scholar for one year."
Berry explains the options that are available to Mrs. Bigler for using a bequest to the school from her mother, including an endowed day and scholarships.
Barnes hope Berry will be well enough to speak to her DAR chapter, but if not they will be pleased to have Inez Wooten. Barnes asks that Berry provide information about a scholarship the chapter established, which the school erroneously credited to the state organization. That mistake caused among some members "a little feeling".