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Dr. Shelton asks Martha Berry for information about her school and how it works and was established because he sees a need in his area of the country.

In this letter Mrs. Norton is asking Martha Berry to send literature about the Berry schools.

Martha writes to Miss Murray letting her know she is going to send literature of the Berry Schools that she needed for her talk.


Miss M. Cora Murray writes to Berry requesting literature about Martha Berry and the schools to share at a meeting.


Martha Berry explains to Miss McLeod that there are no positions available at Berry for the fall term, but she will send her information to the principal about any future possibilities.

Grover Greene requests for literature on the Berry Schools to be sent to J. B. Chambers, an influential man interested in industrial schools.


Miss Berry hopes the literature she sends to Mr. Ford will interest him and she hopes that he can help her.

Martha writes to Mrs. Dickinson with literature about the Berry School to be used in Mrs. Dickinson's Sunday School Class.

This is a letter to Mrs. Kneisly from Martha Berry in regards to working at Berry Schools. She says that there are no vacant positions, but that she will keep Mrs. Kneisly's name on file in case any come up. She also sends Mrs. Kneisly some literature about the schools to pass on to others.

Fanny Duren comments on some literature from Berry, as well as leaflets sent out by Dr. Grenfell's Labarador Mission. Berry's Allen Langston will spend the Thanksgiving holidays at her home, and she invites Miss Berry to her home if she ever is able to pack her bag and visit the Midwest.

Letter from William B. Miller requesting printed matter on the Berry Schools.

Berry sends literature for Mabbett's Sunday school class.


Miss Berry writes to Miss Kauser informing her they do not have the same pamphlets like Mr. Carlisle had, but hopes the new literature they are sending her will make do.

Martha writes to Mr. Jamison with some literature about the Berry schools. She also mentions they are anxious to secure cattle for the dairy herd and inquires about some kind of special price for the cattle.

Martha Berry sends Mrs. Smiley literature to help her with a paper for the Daughters of the American Revolution.


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