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L. J. Thompson in the office of Henry Ford enclosed a check for $4000 to cover work on the Girl's Recitation Hall by the firm of Coolidge and Carlson.
Letter to the office of Henry Ford from Martha Berry thanking them for a check that they sent for a shipment of flour.
The Berry Schools writes to the office of Henry Ford with a bill from the architects of the Thompson-Starrett Company. The school requests a check from Henry Ford for the amount of $103,513.02
Helen Forbes reports on a conversation with Henry and Clara Ford while at Battle Creek Sanitarium during the National Conference on Race Betterment.
Martha Berry thanks Miss Adams for her check, especially since it came at an urgent time. She informs Miss Adams that it is difficult to care for these young people and donating is a great investment in the future. Martha tells her that a friend has promised a donation to a gymnasium if they raise $10,000 and asks that Miss Adams send the names of any friends who she thinks would be interested.
Frank Campsall, assistant secretary to Henry Ford, writes to inform Martha Berry that her letter to Mr. Ebling has been referred to him and that he will send a number of still pictures and two reels of film from the SIlver Anniversary of Berry. He also suggests that she make notes of titling for the scenes in the film and return it so that they might make any changes before returning it to her.
Liebold informs Martha Berry that three Wilford steam shovels along with spare parts have been loaded for shipment, by rail to Berry from the William Ford Company of Highland Park.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Liebold telling him that they would send the Engineer Report on the water power that Mr. Ford had asked about when he was visiting Berry.
Berry asks Liebold, secretary to Henry Ford, to approve a list of dining room and kitchen equipment in order to have the rooms usable by Christmas. She is particularly anxious to have the new building in use because the recent enlargement of the schools has made it necessary to serve the students in relays.
Martha writes to Mr. Carlson to explain that Mr. Ford was distressed over the looks of Clara hall and that something needs to be done to remedy the problem.