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Mr. Hoge writes to Mr. Liebold enclosing the statement from Coolidge and Carson with the bills paid for heating and structural engineering. He discusses matters laid out in the Form of Agreement and other monetary matters with the new building.

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Letter acknowledges receipt of a check of $4,000.00 representing the balance of a bill rendered by Coolidge & Carlson.

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L. J. Thompson in the office of Henry Ford enclosed a check for $4000 to cover work on the Girl's Recitation Hall by the firm of Coolidge and Carlson.

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Mr. Hoge thanks Mr. Liebold for the check for the expenses of the new water supply and the Girls' Recitation Hall and sends him a receipt.

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Mr. Hoge acknowledges the receipt of Campsall's letter about the discontinuation of flour at the Ford mills and says they will find it elsewhere. He also thanks Mr. Campsall for the flour they already shipped.

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Letter states that Ford Mills no longer produces flour at the Ford Mills and that the School will need to find other sources.

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Mr. Liebold encloses a $13,198.60 check to The Berry Schools in payment for the new water supply $6,933.77 and for the Girls' Recitation Hall $6,264.83. Mr. Liebold asks Mr. Hoge to acknowledge receipt.

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E. H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools, discusses the receipt of a check from the office of Henry Ford, that was applied to a Coolidge & Carlson bill for structural and heating engineering and landscaping.

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E. H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools encloses statements for work on the new water supply and the Girls Recitation Hall and requests check for the balance.

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E. G. Liebold, General Secretary to Henry Ford, sends a check for $13,170.13 in response to the statement submitted by Coolidge & Carlson.

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Letter to Mr. E. G. Liebold, Office of Mr. Henry Ford, regarding invoicing and work being done on landscaping. Some work cannot be done until after sap has gone down. Use own judgement in paying these as we have no receipted bills.

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A letter to Henry Ford from E. H. Hoge acknowledging a donation that Ford sent to the schools.

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E. G. Liebold, general secretary to Henry Ford, sends E. H. Hoge a check for $21,826.12 in payment to the Thompson Starrett Company for the new Girls' School buildings.

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E. H. Hoge, the Comptroller of the Berry Schools, sends Mr. E. G. Liebold architect certificate #2516 and asks for a check for $21,826.12 to pay the Thompson-Starrett Company for part of the New Girls School buildings.

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E. H. Hoge, the Comptroller of the Berry Schools, writes to Frank Campsall to inform him that the flour sent by the Henry Ford Farms has arrived.

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