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Berry feels that her health is improved after a rest cure at Carlsbad, and very much wants to speak at St. Bartholomew. She will be glad to give a radio speech at any time convenient to Hammond. Inez has been ill and away from work for three months, so Berry will need to find a girl who can accompany her to New York. She hopes that Kate Macy Ladd will donate an industrial building in memory of V. Everit Macy.
Phipps thanks Berry for the cotton sent to Mr. Phipps. She missed seeing Berry's sister in New York and wonders if Berry heard that Emily Vanderbilt Hammond is going to England for the birth of her grandchild. On stationery from Villa Artemis, home of Amy Phipps Guest.
Berry seeks Lawrence's advice about sending reminders about pledges and asks if she can get a list of members of the Colonial Dames, as she wishes to interest them in the school in connection with Mrs. Charles Riker's visit with the Pilgrims.
Hammond provides a list of those going on the April 16 Pilgrimage and encloses contributions to her silver roll. She is sailing the next night on the Mauretania and looks forward to seeing her daughter Alice.
Berry writes to Hammond, describing the loneliness she feels following her (Berry's) mother's death.
Alice Hammond Duckworth writes to thank Berry for the visit to the Berry Schools.
In this letter Martha Berry talks about how excited she is to have an endowed day named after Mrs. Richards. Berry will be glad for Miss Peters to sing Wednesday evening and Miss Morgan will recite on Thursday.
Martha Berry encloses an article about John D. Rockefeller's gifts to other schools and asks Emily Hammond to help get him interested in Berry. Berry sends good wishes for the wedding of Hammond's daughter Alice and looks forward to Hammond's visit in April.
Hammond writes to Martha Berry with news on the upcoming pilgrimage and her family.
Berry writes of Alice Hammond's wedding, Emily Hammond's upcoming visit, and other visitors to the school.
Hammond writes about several gifts that are to be used for scholarships and an endowed day in memory of Mrs. Waldo Richards, and provides detailed information about plans for the pilgrimage.
Miss Berry thanks Miss Hammond for her donation of $100.
Emily Hammond writes to Martha Berry about a number of things including Mr. Ochs' contributions to the schools and Adele's upcoming engagement. The letter details a visit to Ms. Hammond by Mr. Ochs, who was upset by a letter from Mr. Hoge which questions Ochs' contribution to the school and therein his good faith. Hammond recommends that Berry write to him personally about the situation. Hammond also recommends Berry write personally to Rockefeller and others.