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Elizabeth Hughes Kerns apologizes that she does not have any copies of the State Roster of the DAR and gives her the address of Mrs. Claude H. Thompson, who would be able to provide Miss Berry with one.

Mrs. Wyant, Treasurer General of the NSDAR sends a$88.50 check for Patriotic education and lists each chapter and their officer for acknowledgement.


Listing of checks from Daughters of the Revolution Chapters by the end of December according to the National Treasurer of the DAR, Mrs. Alfred Brosseau.

A letter with the list of DAR chapters and the amounts they donated to the Berry Schools.

Mrs. Wyant writes to Martha with enclosed donations for Patriotic Education from Daughters of the American Revolution Chapters.

Pearl Walters, treasurer for the James Halstead, Sr., Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution encloses a $10 donation in her letter to Martha Berry.


This letter contains information about the New Jersey Daughters of the American Revolution organization at the Berry School and their money contributions.

Mrs. Mellinger writes to Martha Berry that she is sending a check that will go to Berry in memory of William C Egan.

Letter mentioning a donation from the Elkhorn Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Letter that indicates a donation from the Kenosha Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Nannie W. Evans, the treasurer of the Narcissa Prentiss Chapter of the DAR, sends $10 to the work of The Berry Schools.

On behalf of The Palmetto Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Mrs. Todd, treasurer, writes with a donation check of $5 to the Berry Schools, stating that she wishes it could be more, but they're doing the best they can.

Elsie Sweeting encloses a check for $10 from the Plymouth Chapter of the DAR.

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