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Pauline Baker explains that she has enclosed a check for $150 and would like it to go to a worthy girl as a scholarship. She also mentioned how she traveled abroad in this spring time in the same party as someone who knew Miss Martha Berry. Her name was Mrs. Dixon of Rome, Ga.
Martha Berry is writing in response to an article about Mrs. Young's husband in a recent magazine. She says they have a mutual friend and that she has heard a great deal about Mr. and Mrs. Young through him. She informs her of the scholarship programs and asks her to donate. She also encloses a booklet on the school's history.
Berry suggests possibilities for how contributions from the Mary C. Wheeler School could be applied, describing endowed days and scholarships.
Anna Morrell sends $150.00 for a scholarship at the Berry Schools on behalf of her mother, Mrs. Wamock.
Letter thanks Miss Berry for the Easter greetings and discusses the policy where students cannot correspond with individual donors and her discontinued scholarship for Polly.
Miss Berry asks Miss Temple about providing funds for scholarships.
Martha Berry asks for a promised scholarship for two sisters in the High School to be sent. She also invites Mr. Taylor to visit Berry.
Temple asks Berry to forward names and biographies of girls proposed for scholarships from the Leopold Schepp Foundation.
Annie D. Roberts sends a donation of $150 to the Berry Schools to go towards scholarships.
Berry agrees to awarding Inez the Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker Scholarship at Chautauqua.
Pennybacker writes in congratulation for Berry's achievements and to remind her to select a student to receive the Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker Scholarship.