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E. H. Hoge, comptroller for the Berry Schools, writes concerning the great weight of some kitchen utensils sent to the schools by Mr. Ford. Two girls were required to lift two of the large frying pans and three saute pans. Mr. Hoge leaves to Mr. Liebold the decision about exchanging the pieces.
In these letters E.H. Hoge representing the Berry Schools, is asking L.J. Thompson for a check for the new Girls' Recitation Halland E.G. Liebold a check for the cost of water supply.
Mr. Hoge writes to Mr. Campsall to thank him and Mr. Ford for agreeing to "furnish...our flour requirements." He also asks when he can expect the recently requested cars and trucks. He doesn't want to annoy Mr. Ford about them, but doesn't want to spend money on fixing equipment in such bad condition.