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J. S. Jordan writes to Martha Berry about helping him find white peafowls if she gets more offers than she can buy. He also offers to reciprocate her help if he can.
This is a letter to Grady Hamrick from Martha Berry informing him of an incident that happened with a boy, Jas. Will Gooch, taking seeds and shrubs away. Miss Berry enclosed a clipping of this and asked him to have a serious talk with the boys.
Martha Berry asks Mrs. Freeman if she may purchase one of the Mallard ducks that had been advertised in the Market Bulletin.