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Marha writes to Mrs. McWilliams about sending her a telegram about a Scholarship to Berry. She gives some brief information about how it will be her 25th Anniversary to the school, and her hopes for the Endowed Days.
Rev. H. J. Mikell declines Martha Berry's invitation to the Silver Anniversary of the Berry Schools because of a scheduling conflict.
Miss Martha Berry thanks a friend of the schools for a contribution for the "silver anniversary".
In this response Mrs. Henry Marquand donates one hundred dollars for the Silver Anniversary. This response is delivered through Mrs. Hammond.
Letter to Annie Lyden from Martha Berry thanking her for her donation to the schools for the Silver Anniversary.
Mr. Lloyd writes to Martha having received the 25th anniversary booklet, he remarks at how well the pen drawings are with the signature about Adelaide Everhart. He asks for her address and who the verses are written, he also encloses a donation for the school as he has not given to the school since the dorm fire.
S.E. Lowrie thanks Martha Berry for the Silver Anniversary calendar she has sent and encloses $5 to be sent as many calendars as that will buy. Lowrie suggests that souvenir spoons with the picture of Roosevelt and other prominent visitors would be popular.
Walter L. Lingle speaks of his enjoyment in celebrating the Silver Anniversary at the Berry Schools. He hopes that Martha Berry will be able to visit his school in Richmond, Virginia someday.
Martha Berry inquires about Miss Laughlin's summer and her own trip to Europe. She discusses her father's friendship to Berry and his visit to Berry before his death. Martha Berry writes about the need for $10,000 for a new gymnasium.
Martha Berry appeals for scholarship funds to provide opportunities to the next generation.