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Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hoge for sending a check and prays that the New Year is happier than the past year has been for her. She thanks her again for her kindness.

Mrs. Aisenbrey sends New Year greetings to the Berry School. She mentions that she and her class met and are sending a check to the school.

A letter from Martha Berry to George W. House thanking him for clothing he donated. She encourages him to tell others about Berry so the school can receive more donations.

Jane sent Miss Berry a New Year card wishing for a happy holiday and a thank you for the little bag of lavender that Berry sent to Jane.

Ms. Suirles thanks Miss Berry for the cake she sent from the Berry kitchens and says she shall eat it with "earthly gluttony." She also wishes Miss Berry a happy new year.

Pauline Shaw wishes Miss Berry a Happy New Years and also thanks her for the delicious cake she sent over.



Miss Worthington sends a check for $15 and apologizes that she cannot give more because there have been many demands this year and she cannot ignore calls for help. She wishes Miss Berry a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year.

Jones encloses his annual contribution.


Author thanks Miss Berry for the box of cotton and sends a Happy New Year Card.

Miss Berry sends her regards due to Miss Bray's ill health and tells her she hopes to visit Atlanta and see her.

Annie Thorp writes Martha Berry to thank her for the gift of cotton balls and to discuss the warm winter she was experiencing in Cambridge, MA.

A thank you letter to Martha Berry for a package she sent to Alexander Coburn Soper.

Letter to Martha Berry from F. H. Millard thanking her for the bolls of cotton that she sent him. He hope that the schools had a satisfactory year and that wishes them all a happy new year.

A letter to Martha Berry from Valentine E. Macy Jr. wishing Berry a happy New Year and to thank her for gifts she had received from Berry.

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