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Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Carnegie to invite her to visit the Schools so they can spend time together. She also writes about the Carnegie Foundation's decision whether or not to continue their funding of the Berry Schools and asks Mrs. Carnegie to take up the Schools' cause.
Berry appeals to Carnegie for financial help in rebuilding the burned dormitory. She describes the boys who lived in the dormitory as "men in stature, but children in their knowledge of books."