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This is a thank you letter to Miss Liggett of the Liggett School from The Berry Schools for sending boxes of clothing and books to the school. Martha Berry was not at the school at the time, so The Berry Schools replied on behalf of Miss Berry.
A thank you letter to Miss Berry from Ella J. Kellem for a gift of cotton blooms which she gave to her grandchildren to take to their Natural History classes.
This is a thank you letter from Mrs. Kent to Miss Berry in regards to a Christmas gift of cotton.
A thank you letter from Henry Hornblower to Martha Berry regarding receipt of a box of cotton pods from the Berry Schools during the holiday season.
Miss Berry thanks the children for their contribution of $2.50, which they gave her in gold after saving their pennies. She tells them their names will be among the first contributors for the 25th anniversary of the school.
Miss Berry is thanking Mr. Holt for a gift. She says she would love to visit, but the schools demand her attention.
A typed thank you letter from Martha Berry to Miss Constance B. Holt for a $300 donation. Martha Berry also expresses her life-long desire to go West but laments that she's never had the money.
This letter is thanking Mr. Erwin Holt for his gift that he made to the Berry Schools. Martha Berry also tells Mr. Holt about her first trip across the ocean in sixteen years to Carlsbad.
In this letter Martha Berry is thanking Blanche E. Pattengill for forwarding Mr. Frettingham's check.
Miss Martha Berry wrote a letter to Mr. Hall for donating clothes to the Berry Schools. She extends her gratitude and hopes he will stop by if he is ever in the area.
Martha Berry thanks Dr Fechtig for his hospitality and kindness during her trip to New York. She states that she is sending him some literature about The Berry Schools, and also invites him to visit
Thank you letter referencing a donation forwarded by Miss Berry.
A thank you letter from Martha Berry to Carll Tucker. Berry explains that the money donated helped fund the building of a new dorm.
Mrs. Pinner thanks Miss Berry for sending information about the school, which she presented in a talk to her women's club about what the women of today are accomplishing. She states that though the club cannot take up a collection, she is enclosing one dollar to take care of the postage on Berry's letter to her.
In this letter Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Pyle for the donation of two hundred dollars.