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Sawtelle thanks Hammond for sending Brace Up Thoughts. A package of Christmas cotton came recently for Miss Van Vredenburgh, who died in 1926. It must have been an oversight, but it quite upset Sawtelle and Mrs. Wedderman.
Emily Hammond encloses a letter from Louise Inman and offers to speak to the Atlanta Circle if they can come to Berry. She encloses a list of those who will travel to Berry with her in April. She has been named executrix of the estate of Clara Van Vredenburgh and believes some money will come to Berry.