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Letter to George Eastman from Martha Berry thanking him for the Kodak he sent to the schools and informing him of it's many uses around campus. However, she also asks if he might send them a moving picture machine. She addresses that her request might seem ungrateful to thank him for one gift and then ask for another. However, she admits that she jus returned from England and witnessed all the good he was doing over there and thought he could find it in his heart to give them a moving picture machine. She argues that it will help her raise money for the schools because she will be able to capture the work as it is happening.
Mrs. Sillcocks writes Miss Berry to thank her for the Kodak pictures taken during her visit to the Berry Schools and to send her support to Miss Berry for the work she is doing.
The Berry Schools write to Clyde to inform him that the letter with the kodak pictures has been received and to let him know that Marth is away until August or September
Mr. Eastman says he is glad that Berry has listed Mr. Ochs as a supporter and that Mr. Ochs is raising $1,000,000. He says he has become interested in Miss. Berry and has contributed around $30,000 to the school.
Mrs. A.H. Harty lets Martha Berry know that the students who attend her school have decided to name their Library Society after her.
Emily Hammond's 1926 letter includes a cheque (check) from Mrs.(?) Cushing to Berry and indicates they will appreciate receiving Miss Berry's "lovely letters." Hammond then thanks Miss Berry for the Kodak pictures and the Alumni Magazine, and she also suggests Miss Berry bring or ship the movie from "the meeting" a few days ahead of her arrival.