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Mrs. C.H. Kelsey sends a $100 donation in response to request for donation from Martha Berry.

F.W. Alstaetter donates $10 to the Berry Schools.

Miss M. Hanna has received one of Martha Berry's blanket letters announcing the Schools' recent celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary and pleading for donations to allow more students to be accepted into The Berry Schools.
Miss M. Hanna, for the estate of Hy. Hanna, sends a donation of $50 in response.

Letter of thanks from Martha Berry to Miss Baily Smith for a letter and gift for The Berry Schools' 25th anniversary. She writes that she hopes that more friends will send gifts for the anniversary. She also writes that investing in these students will "pay one hundred percent in human dividends" and that she wants to help more out.

In this letter Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Kelsey for her donation to the Silver Wedding Anniversary of the Berry Schools. She also says that she wishes Mrs. Kelsey could be there to celebrate on the 30th of April.

Martha Berry writes Anna M. King to thank her for her check and for the package of clothing she sent as a donation on the Berry Schools' 25th Anniversary.

This is a personal letter which was sent to a Mr. Eugene Gunby. Berry thanks Eugene for his sympathy then talks about how she misses her mother and how she is glad that she still has the Berry Schools to work for. Last, this letter is is signed: faithfully your friend.

A letter thanking Mr. Appleton for the subscription of $25.00 to be paid in semi-annual installments.

General letter to those who gave anniversary gifts to the Berry Schools for the 25th anniversary.

In this mail out, Martha Berry asks for donations to the school; especially the one hundred fifty dollars, it takes to fund a student for a year.

In this letter Martha Berry sends some literature about the Berry Schools. She tells Mrs. Hill that she founded the school twenty five years ago and that there are almost seven hundred students now. She goes on to say that if she were strong enough she would come see her right away but she cannot so a letter will have to do.

Martha writes to thank Clayton for his letter of sympathy after her mother has passed away. She also informs him about the 25th Anniversary in April and hopes he will attend.

Miss Berry thanks Mr. Brown for his donation and informs him that it is the 25th anniversary of the school's founding. She informs him that she hopes to meet a record in donations and invites him to their jubilee celebration.

Woodruff regrets that he must decline the invitation to attend the 25th anniversary celebration.

Card expressing appreciation to Martha Berry from an alum. The author mentions a small gift has been included with the card. This appears to be a formal, two-sided card, and there is a graphic included.

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