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Martha Berry writes to Mr. Alston asking for another copy of a letter Mr. Ochs sent her about the discontinuance of the endowment fund campaign as she has misplaced her own copies. She also informs him that the installations in the dining hall and kitchen will be delayed due to changes the man Mr. Ford sent wants to make.

Alston sends Martha Berry a copy of a letter which he sent to Mr. Adolf Ochs after a conference with J. B. Campbell.

Martha Berry writes to Emily Hammond about some fundraising business, expressing dismay about Mr. Ochs' work and pledges. She also asks to hold off publishing an article in the New York Times about the schools.

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Emily Hammond writes to Martha Berry about a number of things including Mr. Ochs' contributions to the schools and Adele's upcoming engagement. The letter details a visit to Ms. Hammond by Mr. Ochs, who was upset by a letter from Mr. Hoge which questions Ochs' contribution to the school and therein his good faith. Hammond recommends that Berry write to him personally about the situation. Hammond also recommends Berry write personally to Rockefeller and others.

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Adolph Ochs is sending Mrs. Hammond a list of the contributors to the Silver Anniversary $1,000,000 Endowment Fund, which includes names and the amount each person gave.

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Emily Hammond thanks Mr. Ochs for all the work he did on a recent fundraising appeal, even though Martha Berry asked him to stop working. Hammond believes he is very talented and she is glad to be his friend.

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Emily Hammond thanks Mr. Ochs for his work on the Silver Anniversary campaign for The Berry Schools, even though Miss Berry asked him to stop. Emily Hammond knows that with Ochs' influence in the newspaper industry he will continue to find support for Berry.

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Martha Berry asks Mrs. Hammond not to get involved with the "Mother's Building" -- she is no longer enthusiastic about the project and does not think Mrs. Inman needs to seek support outside the south. Berry hopes that the Pilgrims will donate money for a guesthouse.

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Martha Berry thanks Hammond for her recent telegram and informs her that the damaged dormitory was partially insured.

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Hammond encloses a letter from Adolph Ochs and asks Martha Berry to suggest revisions. Hammond has received Louise Inman's solicitation for the Mothers Building and comments that she is glad the idea originated with a southern woman. She wants to give $1,000 and asks Berry whether to direct it to the new dormitory or through Mr. Ochs. Hammond advises Berry not to be unhappy about Ochs being chosen as chair of the endowment effort, because he is the obvious choice; if any Protestant southerners object because he is a Jew, Berry should dwell on the fact that his generosity is all the more wonderful because he knows the schools are Christian. On letterhead of the Jekyl Island Club.

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Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Hammond to tell her that newest boys' dormitory has just burnt down. The boys had not even moved into the building yet. Berry encloses pictures taken of the Pilgrims and one of the boys. She is glad to have Hammond's gift for the Gymnasium and reports that news from Mr. Ochs about the Campaign is sometimes discouraging.

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