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She thanks Mrs. Robert B. Haines and her husband for their recent visit to Berry and the address they gave the students that was very interesting. She writes of her hopes of their continued financial help because of their recent financial hardships that is making her fear having to send some away because of the lack of funds to support all the students.
A letter accompanying a check of $300, half of which for a scholarship for a girl, Caroline, and the other half for another scholarship of Martha's choice.
A thank you letter for the gift of 30 pounds of woolen blanket remnants and an invitation to come visit Berry's campus whenever is convenient.
A thank you letter to Mrs. Greene for her donation to the scholarship fund at Berry.
An inquiry about whether the Berry Schools use old silk stockings to make rugs
A letter thanking Mrs. Gray for her donation to help build a house for a nurse and farm supervisor at Possum Trot.
Donation letter from Hariette Syms wishing Martha Berry success and riches, also she talks about her adoration for the Highlander.
A letter asking for a donation from M. Allen Starr, to which he responds with a donation of $100.
Mrs. Shiras writes to Martha Berry with a check enclosed for 100 dollars. She says that she is always happy to help Berry but she has so many appeals that she cannot help in a big way.
A letter describing that, however wonderful Henry Ford's gift was, it did not alleviate all need at the school.
Martha Berry thanks Agnes Samuelson for the donation of a set of World Books for the library.
Gertrude Ruhnka sends a donation of $20 in grateful response to her uplifting experience with the Schools.
A letter from Martha Berry thanking Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Keep for the donation on their golden wedding anniversary of one dollar for every year.
A check for $150 in response to a letter asking for donations for the Berry Schools.
M. Ellen Richards sends Martha Berry a check for $5.00 in response to the news of the drought and its affect on the School.