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In this letter Margaret W. Browne, secretary to Mrs. John Hays Hammond, thanks Martha Berry for the Christmas cotton. She also informs her that Mrs. Hammond's niece passed away, and that she was going to Florida hopefully to get some time to relax.
Mrs. Elliot explains to Miss Berry that she sent a box of books and magazines a few days earlier for the Schools, but she also mentions not to hesitate to use them in a bon fire if they are not useful. She does believe the Child's Bible would probably be enjoyed. Mrs. Elliot also thanks Miss Berry for the "adorable" gift of cotton for Christmas and wishes her a wonderful New Year.
Mrs. Margaret Dunham sends her New Year's wishes and thanks Miss Berry for the cotton bolls she received.
Clementine Farr Duff thanks Martha Berry for the Christmas gift of cotton blossoms and remarks on their beauty. She wishes Miss Berry all the good one could have and speaks of the winter weather.
Mary Dobbins donates $100 and thanks the Berry School for the box of cotton blooms she received at Christmas.
Miss Dickinson thanks Miss Berry for the box of cotton she received at Christmas and asks about a $25 contribution she sent in 1928.
Katharine H. Daniels thanks Martha Berry for the gift of cotton that was sent to her. She explains to Miss Berry how curious her nieces and nephews were when she received the cotton.
Clark sends thanks for the Christmas cotton and notes his change of address.