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Coolidge and Carlson advises that they are sending Thompson Starrett's paid vouchers.

Receipt for payment for services in connection with the dairy.

Thompson Starrett's detailed statement and request for payment.

Harry J. Carlson advises that Martha Berry write to Mr. Carman on the matter of the chapel inscription.

Martha Berry writes that she wishes to have the inscription in the chapel use just Mrs. James' name. A recent visit by Robert B. Cridland was most enjoyable.

Receipt for payment for services in connection with the Boys Foundation School Gymnasium.

Receipt for payment for services in connection with the Mount Berry railroad station.

Receipt for payment for services in connection with the alterations to Martha Berry's house and other buildings.

Martha Berry writes to Harry J. Carlson about the wording for the memorial inscription for the chapel. She asks that Arthur Curtiss James not be informed about the chapel enlargement.

Martha Berry writes to Harry J. Carlson about the wording for the memorial inscription for the chapel. She asks that Arthur Curtiss James not be informed about the chapel enlargement.

Martha Berry writes that "our Detroit friends" have questioned paying the salary of Mr. Hanson and asked to see a copy of the contract with Coolidge and Carlson, which she did not have.

Harry J. Carlson writes that he has submitted his endorsement for the Pictorial Review Award.

Martha Berry writes that she will try to impress on Mrs. Inman that "the building" must be fireproof. She asks Carlson to confirm his commission on the chapel, referring to a lower commission on previous projects.

Martha Berry writes about fundraising for the chapel organ and asks Harry J. Carlson to reduce his commission to help.

Statement of costs for the Berry Chapel addition.


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