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Biltmore Industries sent Miss Berry a suit length of Biltmore Handwoven Homespun and twenty yards of light tan fabric. They were sent as compliments of Mr. F. L. Seely. An information sheet about the Biltmore Handwoven Homespun.
The letter offers Martha Berry some woolen cloth that may be suitable for women's clothing and asks Martha Berry if she can use it. Seely asks that Martha Berry not disclose the donor of the cloth.
In this collection there are corresponding letters between the Biltmore Industries and Martha Berry. It is implied that Martha had previously requested some of the Hand-Dyed Virgin Wool produced by Biltmore. The Biltmore Industries donated 2,500 yards of fabric to the Berry Schools to be made into coats or suits for the girls. There is a document describing the fabric; Miss Berry responds with her thanks.