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In this letter Erwin Holt tells Martha Berry that O.S. Marden and Laura are planning on stopping by Berry on their way to Arizona. He tells her that Mrs. Marden is engaged to an Italian after studying in Italy for a year where she attended a conference with Mussolini.
In this letter Martha Berry has small talk with Erwin Holt. She tells him about her eye surgery in New York. she then asks him if he or any of his business associates had cotton they could donate to the schools for the girl's dresses.
Erwin A Holt describes many mutual friends/donors along their relationship. He mentions the proceeds of Miss Berry's orange grove. He was good to hear that Miss Bery is "getting along". He encourages patience.
A letter attached to his $200 1938 Memorial Transferring check in addition to an update on his life.
A letter informing Martha Berry of travel plans in order to get to Atlanta from Daytona Beach.
A letter discussing travel arrangements for Mr. Holt's visit to Berry on April 5th.
A letter communicating plans for his upcoming visit to Berry while also notifying Martha of his upcoming vacation to Florida with Mrs. Holt
A letter informing Mr. Holt of an invitation Martha Berry's extending to Connie Hack to visit the Berry Schools.
In this letter Erwin A. Holt tells Martha Berry that he attached his usual Christmas gift of $400 for the Berry Schools.
A letter expressing Mr. Holt's excitement about his impending visit to the Berry Schools and inquiring about the distribution of an order of books he'd made.
In this letter Martha Berry tells Erwin Holt that Grace Crowell will be visiting in November. She also thanks him for referring his friends to Berry.
A letter asking if Martha Berry had received the framed copies of "Somebody Cares" he'd had sent to her.
Erwin A. Holt writes to Martha Berry to donate $300 to The Berry Schools for his annual Armistice Day thank offering. He says he and his wife had a nice trip to New York, Princeton, Atlantic City, and Washington. He tells her about the Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Holly Hill Fruit Product company named D.H. McConnell; that he is a philanthropist, conservative, highly successful, and "a man of highest business integrity". He says that he and his wife hope to visit the orange groves soon, and also that they met the director of the Congressional Library, Dr. Herman Henry Bernard Meyer. Finally, he says that his business is suffering badly from the depression. He also requests the latest issues of the Highlander.
Mr. Erwin A. Holt writes Miss Berry sending a check of $300 and also his warm regards.
Mr. Erwin A. Holt wishes Miss Berry a happy birthday and discusses many different subjects such as anti-Catholicism and traveling.