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M. Emma Mehard writes to Martha Berry about the poor situation facing much of the country. She hopes that the nation will reconnect to God. She sends a $50 donation to help a worthy child.
Morrison thanks Martha Berry for the cotton balls she received at Christmas time. She says that she was very pleased to learn from Mrs. John Henry Hammond that the dinner for the Endowment Fund at the Berry Schools resulted in subscriptions for $114,000.
Martha Berry implores Elizabeth Brewster to return to Berry, offering her a choice of positions at the Girls' School or the college. Berry writes passionately of Brewster's beautiful spirit and of how much she is needed at Berry. She tells Brewster that she cannot fully express herself in a letter but hopes that Brewster will read between the lines and that her prayers will lead her to return to Berry.