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Emily Hammond writes to Martha Berry to tell her what they will do during her visit with Hammond at Mount Kisco.

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Adolph Ochs is sending Mrs. Hammond a list of the contributors to the Silver Anniversary $1,000,000 Endowment Fund, which includes names and the amount each person gave.

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John Hammond remembered that Martha Berry mentioned a number of students at Berry with musical and artistic talent. He is sending a check for seventy-five dollars to help them.

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Adele Hammond writes to Martha Berry about the progress of creating uniforms for the girls at The Berry Schools.

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Martha Berry congratulates Miss Hammond on her recent engagement and hopes she will come visit Berry soon.

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Emily Hammond's 1926 letter includes a cheque (check) from Mrs.(?) Cushing to Berry and indicates they will appreciate receiving Miss Berry's "lovely letters." Hammond then thanks Miss Berry for the Kodak pictures and the Alumni Magazine, and she also suggests Miss Berry bring or ship the movie from "the meeting" a few days ahead of her arrival.

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Berry writes a unusually personal and detailed letter to Hammond, sharing details about a recent trip to Chautauqua, discussing the possibility of a trip to Bar Harbor, Maine to stay with Mrs. Morris, and planning an April trip to the school by Hammond.

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Martha Berry thanks Miss Hammond for sending a uniform that will be an example for uniforms that the Junior College Girls will wear. She also thanks Alice Hammond for a wonderful visit to Delwood.

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Emily Hammond thanks Mr. Ochs for all the work he did on a recent fundraising appeal, even though Martha Berry asked him to stop working. Hammond believes he is very talented and she is glad to be his friend.

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Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hammond for a recent contribution. Martha Berry is worried that the school has gotten some negative publicity lately for having well-known donors and other donors have started sending their money elsewhere. Berry also mentions that her mother and her "old black Mammy" aren't very well, so she tries to stay close to the schools.

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Berry congratulates Miss Hammond on her recent engagement to an "Englishman". Berry hopes she will visit before she moves to England.

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Achelis writes to Hammond about the Christmas gift given to the Pilgrims by Mrs. Brigham Chisholm, an appeal for a "negro school" she received, her hopes the Rockefellers might be interested in Berry, and her work.

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Emily Hammond writes Martha Berry and encloses a note from her cousin Mrs. Dave H. Morris (Alice Vanderbilt Morris). She also sends a mat that she would liked placed Sunshine Cottage. She also mentions that Mrs. Phillips has written a book, A Hundred Days, for which there is a big demand.

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Emily Hammond thanks Mr. Ochs for his work on the Silver Anniversary campaign for The Berry Schools, even though Miss Berry asked him to stop. Emily Hammond knows that with Ochs' influence in the newspaper industry he will continue to find support for Berry.

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Emily Hammond thanks Martha Berry for sending cake and cotton, and wishes everyone a prosperous year. Hammond's first name is erroneously given as "Emery".

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