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S. J. Moore discusses providing two or three years of financial arrangements for Eugene's education.

S. J. Moore writes to inquire with Martha what has become of Eugene, which she wrote about last year.

Mrs. Ralph B. Williams donates $150 as a scholarship for Eugene's education either in the current year or another year.

Mrs. D. W. Williams donates $500 to The Berry Schools.

Appeal tells the story of Eugene who is begging for an education so that he can preach the Gospel. John D. Williams provided $100 for expenses.

This is a short letter to Miss Martha Berry donating a 150 dollar check to the schools for Eugene. T

Mrs. Malcolm D. Sloane sends $150 in response to an appeal letter from The Berry Schools. The letter describes Eugene, a student working to become a minister, and asks for scholarship donations to help him succeed in school.

Sexton encloses a contribution in response to the "Eugene" solicitation.


A story is told about Eugene and his struggles to attend school. Mrs. Sherlock sends a donation of $100.

Appeal tells the story of a 23 year old man who wants to preach the gospel. Mrs. L. R. Morris gave $150 for an annual scholarship for Eugene.

This donation of $25 is for a fund for a young man named Eugene so that he can go to Berry to become a minister.

Mrs. F. A. Day donates $150 to the current expenses of The Berry Schools in response to an appeal letter about Eugene.


Ely encloses a contribution for Eugene's scholarship. Written on the reverse of a scholarship solicitation.


Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Eaton for her gift and discusses the school's policy of not giving student names to friends.

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