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Isobel Kinney plans to send Martha Berry her old Sunday School papers.

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Ethel Brown has heard that it might be possible for a girl who wants an education to work her way through Berry's school. Her mother is dead and her father unable to educate her, but she has finished the 8th grade and is anxious to do "anything honorable" to obtain an education.

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Harriet Brodhead encloses a check for the proceeds from a fair she held for the benefit of the Berry Schools.

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Letter from Martha Berry to Miss Hamilton regarding Sunday School students interest in the young people of Berry. She says she appreciates any help that they are willing to send.

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Letter explaining that the students of Memorial Chapel have raised over two years, $100 to put towards a scholarship at Berry.

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Barrett writes to ask Berry for information on her life and the Berry Schools because her class is studying the state of Georgia.

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A get well letter from a sixth grade student to Miss Martha Berry.

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Sixth grader and student of Mrs. Garnet Hanshaw, Eleanor Graves, writes a get well message to Berry in which she shares a little about her class's study of the Berry Schools.

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Ninth grader at Bass Junior High, Georgia Coleman, tells Martha Berry that she hopes to become a teacher and requests that Miss Berry answer some questions she has on the subject.

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Letter explains that Martha Berry is away on school business, and discusses her role as founder and administrator in response to Miss Coleman's question about what inspired Berry to teach.

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Evelyn and Edward Hoge left a sweet letter on Miss. Berry's desk and wanted to give their pennies to help rebuild the dormitory.

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Berry acknowledges the donations of war stamps and four dollars from her students. This note relates to the letter from Audrey Henderson.

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Henderson writes to Berry because she sent two war saving stamps toward a certificate.

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Audrey Hendersson writes to Berry because she saved twenty-five cents and bought a war stamp for Berry.

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Martha Berry thanks Henderson for her gift of a thrift stamp and provides instruction about why giving is beneficial to the donor as well as the recipient.

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