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Mrs. Treat writes to say that her husband fought in the Civil War and then became a school teacher for the colored people. When he heard of the Berry Schools he became interested in helping the white mountain people as well. Although he passed away, Mrs. Treat is still pleased to send her "mite" to help the work.

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Martha Berry thanks Mr. Loomis for his donation. Berry tells Loomis that she does not believe that witchcraft is practiced by the mountain people of any race, or that the "ignorant superstitions" of the mountain people amount to much.

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Guy Loomis encloses a scholarship and asks Berry to provide him with information about witchcraft in the Southern mountains, where there are likely "many primitive customs."

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Picture of "Lillian", a thirty-nine year old student along with other stories of students from THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDER, a Berry publication usually sent to prospective donors

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John G. Green sent Martha Berry a check, asking if she would accept it and help a young child from the up in the mountians with his learning.

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Letter thanking Miss Munger for her gift. Martha Berry explains about the Mountain Children that wish to come to school at Berry.

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A letter sent in Miss Berry's absence discussing a newspaper article about the mountain children.

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An article was enclosed asking Miss Berry to read and return regarding weaving and embroidery. She also requested literature regarding the schools.

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For use with Mountain students.

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Martha Berry tells Griswold that she got her letter about the Froebel League sending Christmas toys to the mountain children at Berry and that she would gratefully accept them.

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Mrs. Alice M. Jones sends $100.00 in response to the appeal made in the Southern Highlander concerning the loss of the boy's dormitory.

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This is a letter from Mrs. Harrington to Miss Berry congratulating her on the work she is doing for the Mountaineers. Also, she is requesting information Miss Berry has in order to inform those who say "unkind" things about education in the South.

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