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Gillian Keller Lang, secretary to Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of the New York Times, writes Martha Berry to acknowledge the receipt of her letter in Mr. Ochs' absence.

This document appears to show a hotel expense record for Mr. and Mrs. Houghton in New York City.

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Miss Berry sends Miss Hedge a receipt that was originally meant to be enclosed in a previous letter.

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Mrs. Heplum writes Miss Berry to return a receipt for a donation her daughter had sent to the Berry School, and was mailed to the mother instead.

This is a receipt for 10,000 calendars and engravings from the Ben Franklin Press in Atlanta, GA.

The Berry Schools acknowledged a gift from the Mrs. Hammond's mother, Mrs. White. Miss Berry was away from the schools for another two weeks, but the author expresses thanks and assures Mrs. Hammond that Miss Berry would be touched by the gift and would send her personal thanks.

Receipt for Mrs. Guthrie for $50.

David Woodward donates $1,000 to the Berry Schools.

The Berry Schools purchased $2000 bond for agriculture from the Trust Company of Georgia.

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Daniel A. Poling sends a check for $150 and asks for an official receipt for his files.

Mrs. Mitchell responds to an appeal letter from Martha Berry which expresses her appreciation for the Mitchells' past gifts and appeals for a $150 scholarship. Mrs. Mitchell's secretary responds with a $5.00 donation and a request the the schools sign and return the receipt.

A receipt acknowledging gratitude to the Illinois Chapters of the DAR for their $115.00 donation to The Berry Schools.

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