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Request from Frank Campsall, associate of Henry Ford, for return of flour bags from the Ford flour mill.

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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.

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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.

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Berry writes to Henry Ford's secretary to inquire about a two-door car Ford had promised her while visiting the schools.

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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.

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The office of Henry Ford encloses a check on the account of the Girls' Recitation Hall.

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In this letter Frank Campsall tells Mr. E.H. Hoge that he has made arrangements to supply Berry College with the correct amount of hard and soft wheat flower.

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Letter encloses a certificate for $83,708.55 and asks that a check for that amount be written to Thompson-Starrett Co. for work performed on the new Girls' School buildings.

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Letter discusses the utensils in the new kitchen.

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E. H. Hoge writes to Mr. Campsall, a representative of Mr. Ford, to request a stock of parts. He encloses a list of parts needed.

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Berry writes in anticipation of a visit with Clara and Henry while she is en route to Battle Creek for a check-up.

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Clara Ford invites Martha Berry to stay with her in Dearborn to chat, see her gardens, and take a ride in her boat.

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Martha writes to Mr. Zahner thanking him for his promptness in answering her request. She informs him that the Comptroller will sending acknowledgement and receipt .

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Mr. Liebold signed a check for $25,000 which is enclosed. Liebold left the city and any correspondence will be brought to his attention when he returns.

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