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Berry thanks Richards for her gift, which will help with building a dormitory at the Foundation School.
Rachel H. Powell send $5 in response to Martha Berry's appeal letter about the rebuilding of the burned dormitory.
Mrs. Putnam writes to Martha Berry in reply to her April 26th letter with a donation to aid in the rebuilding of the dorm lost to fire.
Mrs. Osborne encloses a $25 check for the rebuilding of the dormitory.
Mr. Hugh Jolly of Care Owens Hardware Co. Inc. sends $100 to The Berry Schools. for the dormitory.
Martha Berry is asking the editor to put an article in his magazine. The article is asking for help because of one of the dormitories burning down.
Miss Berry writes to Mr. Ochs about the dormitory lost to fire and asks for him to place them in the Chattanooga Times.
A letter asking for donations to rebuild the boy's dormitory that burned down. Miss North returned the letter with a donation.
Mrs. Nathan explains to Martha Berry that she cannot donate any money at that time, but she does recommend a plan to earn some money by selling her book, "The Story of an Epoch-Making Movement". In a responding letter, Miss Berry explains to Mrs. Nathan that she will not be able to use her strategy of selling the books because of her lack of workers.
Miss Mitchell sends an undisclosed amount of money to the Berry Schools for the rebuilding of the new dormitory.
Donation of $15.00 from Irene Moffitt towards rebuilding after the fire.
Donation of $20.00 from Rose M. Munger towards rebuilding after the fire.
Donation of $50.00 from Mary Nevins to help towards rebuilding the dormitory.
Mary Nevins says she has been so busy at the farm that the 16th has come before she knows it. She sends $100 explaining that since she gave a gift to help rebuild the dormitory she can't give more at this time.