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Mr. Ochs encloses a letter from John D. Rokefeller Jr. who writes that in the judgement of the General Education Board Berry is outside of its field. He states that he does not fund education except through the Board.

Martha Berry wrote to Mr. Ochs to kindly reject his offer to wage a campaign to raise one million dollars for the Berry schools.


Margery Davenport, secretary at Alston, Alston, Foster and Moise, encloses a copy of Mr. Och's letter which Mr. Alston has not yet read.

The letter from Mr. Ochs apologizes for beginning a campaign apparently against Miss Berry's wishes and explains that he had the best of intentions. Although he was successful in rasing nearly $250,000, he will meet with the others involved as soon as he can to tell them that nothing more is to be done with the campaign until Miss Berry directs them otherwise.

Mr. Alston sends the three copies of Mr. Ochs' letter that Miss Berry requested.


Berry writes to Alston to ask for a copy of the letter that Ochs wrote to her.


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