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Martha writes to Dr. Kelly to thank him for the encouraging letter about Frances and hopes she will have the courage to stay. Martha is happy to have Dr. Kelly looking after Frances and hopes that he will come to visit the school in the fall.
Berry is in bed with a cold, but plans a trip to New York for a lunch with Emily Vanderbilt Hammond. Berry hopes that Campbell and her daughter Virginia will be at the lunch as well.
Martha writes to Miss Barry to thank her for the letters about Frances and tells her to write anything that comes up.
Martha writes to Henry with an update on Frances as they have brought her home. Martha also asks Henry for his address in Shreveport if he is going to be there for a long time.
Martha Berry writes about visiting Mr. Campbell in Battle Creek. She writes about Bess's health and how Dr. Harbin does not know when she'll be able to go home. She also talks about Frances' broken collar bone, and about Mildred and the children.
Letter to George F. Johnson from Martha Berry informing her that she had been thinking about George and hoping that he is well and strong. She then invites them to her house in Mentone, Alabama for the summer. She informs Mrs. Johnston that she sent her her rough bottom chair to her but that she did not know what charges there would be so she sent a check to cover the charges. She then informs Mrs. Johnston that her mother, Martha, and Frances, were already settled in Miami.
Martha Berry writes Mrs. Hansen about her great skill in letter writing. She also encourages her to visit Jennie and ask about what she thought about Mildred and Tom. She says that Mildred came to visit her and that Frances comes every Sunday. She gives an update about Howard, who is in school in Pennsylvania. Berry asks Mrs. Hansen to go visit Howard and invite him to her home, but not to let Frances know. Berry wants Howard to stay in school very much and asks Mrs. Hansen for an update on how he's doing. She writes about her health condition, the construction on the hospital and the special gifts received for her birthday. She sends her love to Raymond and Little Ray and encloses a dollar for him.