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Cook corresponds about rumors that funds are available from Henry Ford for new buildings at Berry's Girls' School.

A letter from Martha Berry to contractors Messrs. Batson & Cook instructing them to use the National City Bank since the other contractors, Thompson-Starrett Company used the First National Bank as their depository. The Berry Schools do business with both banks.

Martha Berry writes to the Batson-Cook Company, saying that she is writing to Mr. Draper to see her when he is in the locality because she is possibly interested in him doing work in the future.

The President of the Batson-Cook Company advises that landscape architect E.S. Draper wishes to discuss Berry's landscaping needs.

The Batson-Cook Company agrees to open an account with the National City Bank and handle their banking there.

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