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A letter asking how much it would be to support one child at Faith College for a year and offering to donate that amount if she is able.

This is a pamphlet for donations to be made for scholarships. It tells a true story about a girl named Leafy. Mrs. Evans (It's difficult to read her first name) donated one thousand dollars to the students in need. Keep in mind that where it says author, she did not write the article, but rather the check for the donation.

Martha Berry sends Mrs. Smythe a thank you letter for the gift that she sent the Berry Schools. She also mentions her coming up again to see the changed that they made and how the girls and boys are growing up. Berry also comments about Mr. Hoehler's good work as the head of the welfare work in Cincinnati.

This is a letter to Mrs. Groff informing her that Audrey Henderson can remain at the school for four months to help with care for the children and to have a little change.

Miss Moffett sends an Easter greeting for the Faith Cottage children, and promises to send larger amounts when her ship comes in.

Wishing she could be with her, Martha Berry updates Ladd on what is going on both for her as well as for Berry.

Miss Berry explains her feelings about Mrs. Crowe's son's marriage before graduation.

Martha Berry expresses her desire that Mary would have waited to get married until after graduation. She also asks Mary to continue to write and be involved in the Berry Schools, especially with the girls of Faith Cottage.

Martha writes back to Mrs. Bonnyman to tell her that she would be glad to take Nick's Daughter, and instructs her to have her send in her application. Martha also informs her that three of the Faith Cottage girls graduated that Mrs. Bonnyman will remember.

Berry reprimands Wingo for letting Faith Cottage children work outside the Girls School, asking that the girls be removed at once. Only older girls should work in the Boys School or in the kitchen where there are so many boys.

This is a donation receipt from Mrs. A.M. Davison for one hundred and fifty dollars in responce to an appeal letter.

Miss Moffitt sends a $25 express order as a Merry Christmas gift for Faith Cottage.

Letter to Faith Cottage Children from Martha Berry thanking them for their gift for the 25th anniversary of the schools.

Letter to Martha Berry from Irene Moffitt with a donation of $25.00

Martha Berry writes to tell her sister Frances Berry Bonnyman that she is glad that Bonnyman will be coming to visit and comments on how lovely it will be to see all of the children. Berry asks that Bonnyman bring cucumbers put up by a woman in Knoxville. She asks that Bonnyman mail her portrait to her, as she has found someone to repair it. Berry tells Bonnyman that she is counting on Reo Bandy to take the children from Faith Cottage to Mentone, and to also spend time there with their mother, who plans to go to Mentone at the end of June.

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