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Mr. Hoge informs Mr. Liebold about a check for $9,832.24 that Berry has just received from Mr. L. J. Thompson for work on drives, and thanks him for Mr. Ford's contribution for another drive.

L. J. Thompson sends Mr. Hoge a check for $20,648.35 as was requested by Mr. Hoge.

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In this letter E.H. Hoge is sending Mr. Henry Ford a statment for the new drives around the new buildings which amounts to over nine thousand dollars. He says that one thousand was for an old project, but they would really appreciate it if Mr. Ford would pay for those too.

E. H. Hoge, the Comptroller for the Berry Schools, writes to E. G. Liebold to acknowledge a check sent by Henry Ford for $11,426.22 to cover the cost for a new water supply.

Martha Berry writes that she regrets missing the Edison celebration, but she had to go to Europe (Northeim). She also writes about how she appreciates Mrs Edison's interest and her introduction to Henry Ford. She invites Mrs Edison to visit and see the Ford buildings and writes about how she would love to visit the Edisons

Miss Berry suggests to Miss Neal that she should write a letter to Mr. Keown. She believes this will encourage him to raise money for Judge Wright Day.

The Berry Schools write to Mrs. King to let her know that Martha is absent currently but is sure that she would be delighted to have Mrs. King at Berry.

Miss Berry sitting with Mr. and Mrs. Ford in a dining hall.

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Photograph containing Mrs. & Mr. Ford with male Berry students in the background.

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Henry and Clara Ford with Martha Berry at the Berry Schools

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Clara Ford, wife of Henry Ford, with a Berry student examining a handicraft.

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Mr. Liebold writes acknowledging the statement from the Berry Schools about the work on the new water supply and the statement from L. C. Smallwood Contracting and explains that enclosed is a check to cover the expenses.

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This collection contains a statement from the Berry Schools to Mr. Ford discussing the New Water Supply and encloses a statement from the Smallwood Contracting Company

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Mr. Hoge, comptroller at Berry, writes to Mr. Liebold with a check for the heating and structural engineering work by Coolidge and Carson.

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Henry Ford's Secretary E. G. Liebold writes Mr. E. H. Hoge to inform him that $8,765.46 in bills have been paid.

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