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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."

Mrs. William A. Sperling writes after reading an article about Martha Berry in the New York Herald Tribune. Mrs. Sperling tells of her success as a milliner in New York City after growing up in Kentucky as inspiration to Berry girls, and encloses a contribution.

An article was enclosed asking Miss Berry to read and return regarding weaving and embroidery. She also requested literature regarding the schools.


Mary E. Benjamin writes of her recent appointment to the correspondence committee of the Masters School's missionary society and her excitement at learning that Martha Berry is on her new list of correspondents. Mary Benjamin particularly admires Martha Berry's work at the Berry Schools because of her Sunday school's prior correspondence with someone who worked with the mountain people of Kentucky.
She goes on to say that she believes a Masters School student is currently on scholarship at Berry and that she would like to know more about them so that her school may establish some kind of personal contact with him/her.

Martha reaches out to a farm and asks them to offer a cheap price for cows since the school's funds are running low. She wants to enter them into a show in the fall.

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