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Martha Berry sends her apologies to Mrs. J. M. Jerkens for her not recieving a thank you letter for the dolls Mrs. Jerkens sent last fall.
Emma B. Hopkins thanks the students for the time she spent visiting them. She congratulates them on receiving an education in this environment, and she stresses how grateful they will be one day for Miss Berry.
This thank you letter from Miss Berry is a response to a previous letter from Mrs. Wright saying she is able to send something to the students at the Berry Schools for Christmas if Miss Berry would like. Miss Berry tells her that any gift would make the Christmas brighter for the boys and girls.
Letter listing each Chapter and amount given by each.
Thank you letter from Ms. Martha Berry to Mrs. L.E. Buck for a gift made to the school. Also, this letter is a request for Mrs. Buck to introduce Ms. Berry to more potential donors for the schools.
A letter sent from Martha Berry to Mrs. George P. Black expressing her gratitude for sending a book on Christianity. Martha Berry relays the message of how useful the book will be for the Bible study classes.
Letter of thanks after a visit by Martha Berry to New York. References a Mr. Kelsey and a million dollar campaign. Also references a Mr. Harkness who will not give to any Southern Mountain School.
Elizabeth M. Berry sends her thanks for the rememberance of herself by the Berry Schools at Christmas time.
Letter from Martha Berry to Mr. C.W. Barron in appreciation of his donation.
Martha Berry thanks Miss Adams for her check, especially since it came at an urgent time. She informs Miss Adams that it is difficult to care for these young people and donating is a great investment in the future. Martha tells her that a friend has promised a donation to a gymnasium if they raise $10,000 and asks that Miss Adams send the names of any friends who she thinks would be interested.
Miss Berry is thanking Mr. Vanderbilt for the gift he sent the schools. She explains the impact that his money will have and that it is a good investment in "pure Anglo-Saxon boys and girls from the mountains".
In this letter Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Grane for her donation to the Berry Schools. Martha Berry also not so subtly hints that she would like Mrs. Grane to tell her friends about Berry.
This is a thank you letter to Mrs. A. S. Hewitt from Martha Berry thanking her for sending a box of clothing to The Schools. She also invites Mrs. Hewitt to visit Berry whenever she can.
The Berry Schools write to Miss Adams thanking her for her donation telling her that it much needed during these times.
The Berry Schools wrote a thank you letter to Mrs. Hall for the donation. They also mentioned how the support helps the Berry Schools continue and how appreciative they are. The summer school was mentioned and that it was going well. On the lower half, there is also a letter asking for helping and explaining the Berry Schools and why they are in operation.