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Martha Berry informs Inez that an air mail letter was sent to the Flamingo on Wednesday, and that important visitors are coming Sunday. She recommends that Inez return immediately by train.

A letter from The Kampong Botanical Garden in Florida to Martha Berry, inquiring about her future stay and the exact amount she would like to pay.

A letter to Mr. Erwin Holt expressing Martha Berry's excitement that him and his wife will still be visiting in April but also disappointment that Mr. Mack won't be able to make it as well.

Martha Berry informs Shirley that she has suffered a third attack of bronchitis and is unable to make a trip to Florida to visit her as planned. Martha regrets this very much, and hopes that when Shirley is in town next that she will come and visit her for a Sunday.

Martha Berry thanks Miss Hamrick for her visit and says that it made her feel much better. She says that she is still planning a trip to Florida and thanks Miss Hamrick again for her thoughtfulness.

Cannon writes to tell Martha Berry that she has been reminiscing on her trip to the Berry Schools and to thank her for the Mount Berry News. She then tells Martha Berry of her trip to Orlando to visit her brother. She describes the blooming flowers and expresses her regret that she could not take photographs because she forgot her camera. She discusses her visit to Berry and thanks Martha Berry again for her hospitality. She says that she intends to send some celestial photographs for the students after her trip over seas.

Martha writes to Mrs. Rea glad that she will visit the Berry Schools on her visit to Florida.

Miss Berry writes that she is delighted that Mrs. Pennybacker is thinking of giving another scholarship to someone at Berry, and she will give her the name of the beneficiary later. Miss Berry also writes of the "usual busy time" that they are having of people coming by to visit Berry.

Harrison and the Duvals write of the wonderful time they had visiting Berry and describe the rest of their journey in the South. They plan to return to Virginia to make a home for six little boys, and suggest that if Berry is in Richmond they come to meet her there, even if for just one night.

Letter from Martha Berry to her youngest sister and wife of Blue Diamond Coal Company president Alexander Bonnyman, Sr., Frances Berry Bonnyman. Berry reports that she is ill and asks Bonnyman to stop in Mount Berry on her way to New York. She informs Bonnyman that Bonnyman's sister-in-law, Mrs. James Bonnyman, would be welcome to stay with Isabel and Tom.

Berry reports that the Rome newspaper has published untrue reports about the donations of Clara and Henry Ford, benefactors of the college. Henry Ford refuses to refute the newspaper's claims, and the college is receiving unwanted negative attention because of the contents of the article(s).


Letter from Miss Berry to Grand Duke Alexander in regards to him coming and visiting Berry to speak to the students.

Mrs. Williams writes to Martha Berry that they almost crossed paths in Augusta, GA while she was returning from Florida. She sent a $150 donation so that Martha could "continue this good work."

Chandler writes on behalf of Mrs. Walton, who has been ill. Walton sends thanks for the Christmas cotton and requests literature about Berry for herself and for Dr. Belk at the Bryn Mawr Hospital.

Miss Berry thanks Mr. Grant for the Christmas gift of delicious oranges and asks for him and his wife to visit as soon as possible.

In this letter, Samuel Taylor pledges to renew two scholarships he has given to young ladies attending the Berry Schools and expresses his interest in the good work the schools are doing.

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