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This is a letter from the Berry Schools to letter to Mr. E.G. Liebold regarding the receipt of a $25,000 check. The writer explains that it came at a very good time because there was only 1/3 enough money to pay salaries, but now they can pay the staff with the help of Mr. and Mrs. Ford.

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On Behalf of Henry Ford, E. G. Liebold sends $10,011.41 to The Berry Schools.

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Mr. Liebold, secretary to Henry Ford, enclosed a check for $25,000 to Martha Berry. He also says to write again when the money has run out.

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E. H. Hoge, Comptroller, the Berry Schools, encloses a statement of work on the new water supply and a statement from Ledbetter-Johnson Company for grading around the new buildings. E. H. Hoge expresses concerns about low funds and not having enough to meet monthly payroll, therefore requesting a check for payment to Ledbetter-Johnson Company.

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The Berry Schools let the Office of Henry Ford know they are returning 207 empty flour sacks to them.

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This is a letter to Mr. Hoge regarding the prices of stump pullers.

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E. H. Hoge writes to Mr. Thompson to acknowledge that The Berry Schools received his letter and check for $47, 509.35 for the Girls Recitation Hall.

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Henry Ford's office sends Mr. Hoge a check for $47,509.35 to pay for the Girls Recitation Hall and the new water supply.

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E. H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, acknowledges Mr. Campsall's letter discussing heists and stump pullers. Hoge requests list price for the stump puller for Berry's inventory.

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E.H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, encloses architects certificate for payment on New Girls' Recitation Hall and statement of work on New Water Supply to the office of Mr. Henry Ford.

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Frank Campsall writes to E. H. Hoge with literature about hoists and stomp pullers.

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E.H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools, acknowledges receipt of check for payment of balance on the Girls' Recitation Hall.

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E.H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, acknowledges the arrival of a shipment of 100 sack of flour shipped from Dearborn, Michigan.

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Letter to E.H. Hoge from E.G. Liebold, secretary to Henry Ford, informs Mr. Hoge that a check is enclosed for $7,198.93 for the girls recitation hall.

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E.H. Hoge, Comptroller for the Berry Schools, acknowledges the receipt of a check for $5689.44,, including $5096.00 to Clanton & Webb Company, and $593.44 to the McDonald Furniture Company. The check was in time for a discount of $104.00.

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