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Berry instructs Hamrick to place the dormitory just as Mr. Carlson and Mr. Cridland advised. She hopes he has received the new piano and provides instructions for its placement and care.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mr. Carlson if he can help with the paint that is peeling off the high parts of her house.
In this letter J.E. Bierwirth tells Martha Berry that they need to discuss the business in person in New York.
Berry asks Liebold, secretary to Henry Ford, to approve a list of dining room and kitchen equipment in order to have the rooms usable by Christmas. She is particularly anxious to have the new building in use because the recent enlargement of the schools has made it necessary to serve the students in relays.