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Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Alexander for her thoughtful gift.
Miss Berry writes to ask for support to continue the work at Berry as she is unable to go out and speak in order to raise money.
Shaw writes to send his donation of $1,000 to the Schools and to express his regret at being unable to visit Miss Berry while she was in New York.
Miss Berry writes to thank Dr. Shaw for his gift, to invite Mr. and Mrs. Shaw to visit Berry and to tell him about the results of the Berry Birthday Dinner.
Martha writes to Mr. Mrkle saying she was glad to have seen Mr. Markle at a luncheon and hopes that he may be able to provide a donation at this time to help the school.
Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Ladd for the gift she was given.
Martha sends profuse thanks to the Ladd family for their contributions and hospitality.
Laura Lacy sends a generous donation to help Martha Berry continue doing her work.
Berry seeks a copy of a photograph taken of her, Emily Vanderbilt Hammond, and Corinne Roosevelt Robinson at the Berry Birthday Dinner. She wishes to have the photograph retouched to eliminate neck and facial lines.
Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Harding expressing her sympathy for Mr. Harding's passing. She also suggests that perhaps the money he gave to the school, along with other contributions, could go towards an endowed day in his memory.
A list of contributors from the Birthday Luncheon who are not on Mrs. Hammond's list.
E.B. Maguire, the secretary to Mrs. John Henry Hammond, writes Martha Berry asking her to send a letter of thanks for those who have written check to the Berry Schools. She also asks for a list of subscriptions for Pilgrim Hall that Berry has received directly from donors.
Berry has received the registered package with checks amounting to $3,060, and expresses her thanks for the wonderful dinner.