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Mr. Birch accompanies a forwarded letter with his explanation of why he is sending it. He says that he feels the gentleman would be interested in supporting the Berry Schools and asks Miss Berry to write to him but not mention Mr. Birch.
Mr. Birch forwards Miss Berry a letter and asks that the writer be sent literature on the Berry Schools.
Ethel Birch writes to outline her qualification and experience in publicity work and offers her services to Miss Berry if they are needed.
Mr. Emery writes to Mr. Birch to express his sorrow at Birch's move to Georgia and speaks of the differences between the North and South and the experiences he has had with them.
Mr. Birch sends a letter with a name of a man who is the executor for an estate and has supported work like Berry's before.
Mr. Birch sends Miss Berry a letter with the name of a man Mr. Birch feels would be interested in the work of The Berry Schools and asks her to send him their story.
Mr. Birch sends a letter to Miss Berry with the names of two men he feels she ought to send literature to and mention that he was working at Berry and thought they would be interested in the work.