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M. E. Etheridge writes to say that she had hoped to send a gift for Lillian but her financial state makes it impossible. She still hopes to do so in the future and says that she is sending under seperate cover two calendars, one for Miss Berry and one for Lillian.
Picture of "Lillian", a thirty-nine year old student along with other stories of students from THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDER, a Berry publication usually sent to prospective donors
Hazard donates $150 to the Berry Schools in response to the Lillian campaign. Dora Sedgwick Hazard was the founder of the Solvay Guild, which studied child health work and established a hospital fund for needy cases. She was also an active member of the women’s suffrage movement, organized the Women’s Political Union to fight for women’s rights, and served as that organization’s president until suffrage was gained.