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Stokes encloses a donation, regretting that she did not know that Louise Reese Inman and Agnes Hamrick were in Augusta with the Berry exhibition.
Martha writes to Louise to let her know about the moving pictures at the Bon-Air Vanderbilt. She also makes note of not being very public about the meetings so Mr. Martin isn't flooded with requests about the products at Berry.
Berry will give Hamrick a loom so she can help the girls produce enough cloth to exhibit, but also to show the girls how to start and finish their work.