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Martha Berry writes to Alice Wingo because she did not receive the previous letter Miss Berry had sent. Martha Berry hopes that by including the information about housing that Wingo requested, she will make a definite decision to come to the school.
Alice Wingo wishes to inquire more about the Berry School, especially about her possible position and salary. She includes a list of acquaintances and former students who Martha Berry could contact as references.
Alice Wingo writes about the living arragements she and her mother may use while while staying at Berry. She would not mind doing light housekeeping in addition to teaching at the school.
Berry is glad that Wingo will consider coming to teach at the Boys School. The school can offer her a salary of $60 a month with room and board. Wingo's mother is also offered room and board at $20 a month.
Martha Berry writes to Miss Wingo in the hopes she will come to teach at Berry. The school can offer her ten to eleven months' work as the high school English teacher but it will not be like what she previously did at a college.
Berry writes to Alice Wingo in hopes that she might come to the Berry School to teach English during the next school year. Since many of the male teachers have gone to war, the school is short for the new year.
An envelope addressed to Miss Alice L. Wingo from The Berry School.
Wingo is interested in the teaching position the Berry School, but she asks Martha Berry for further information, including if she may bring her mother with her.
Berry responds to Wingo's questions and concerns about living at Berry.