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In this letter E.H. Hoge tells Martha Berry that he has enclosed a list of the checks sent to him from Mrs. Hammond. He said he also enclosed the date in which the checks were received.
In this letter Martha Berry tells EVH that she is excited to have the handwoven articles in the exhibit at the Roosevelt Hotel. She also tells her that there were many visitors to the college over the Christmas season.
This is a list of the people who donated and the amount they donated to the EVH Scholarship Fund.
In this letter Martha Berry thanks Elizabeth Gerard for for her donations to the EVH Scholarship fund. Martha Berry also informs her that they have not yet received a gift from Mrs. Helen Wailes.
Letter from Mrs. Prendergast to Miss Martha Berry encouraging her to write to Dr. Keigwin, whose wife left him $300,000 when she passed away, and introduce him to the Berry Schools. She also sends her love to Inez. Her handwritten note at the bottom of the letter says that Miss Berry and Mrs. Hammond are a team no one can resist and mentions a tea held in New York City.
Berry expresses her delight that Inez will be able to make a trip to Chautauqua, and that Emily Vanderbilt Hammond will be there as well. She thanks Pennybacker for visiting the school and informs her that Inez has received the Chautauqua bulletin.
A list of donors who have endowed days to commemorate individuals.
Hammond writes Berry that she will be hearing from Dr. Norwood soon about sending Berry graduates to Rollins College. She also says Rollins president Hamilton Holt ought to be sent an invitation to Berry.
Telegram to Martha Berry from Emily Vanderbilt Hammond informing Martha Berry that the newspaper articles and report of the school have been received and that Mrs. Ogden Reid will try to have a story printed in the Herald Tribune. Hammond asks Berry to confirm a date for her radio broadcast. She cautions that funds are hard to raise and suggests that Berry try to cut expenses.
Hammond encloses a check for $1,500 and advises that Berry mention this and another contribution of $2,500 when she speaks to the Pilgrims at Hammond's home on Nov. 17. Hammond asks Berry what she would think of sharing radio time with Katherine Tift Jones if the National Broadcasting Company cannot broadcast her speech on the planned date. Hammond has engaged a publicist for the St. Bartholomew's Church speech and hopes Berry will give a personal interview.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mrs. Hammond if she could get a face to face meeting with Richard Byrd at the Roosevelt House.
Martha Berry discusses impending arrangements for her to speak on NBC radio from New York and who should be invited.