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A letter from Martha Berry thanking Mrs. Hope for her letter regarding Miss Gerard. She goes on to state how glad she is that Mrs. Hope is so near to Berry. She invites Mrs. Hope to join the Pilgrim's there for a visit next Tuesday, April 19th.
A letter informing Mrs. Hammond of Miss Berry's intent of making a trip to New York for the medal of the National Institute of Social Sciences meeting. She then goes on to describe her excitement in seeing Mrs. Hammond and her entire group of Pilgrims on April 18th. She apologizes for not being able to suggest friends who might make the journey with Mrs. Hammond and the pilgrims. She concludes by sending her love along with the boys and girls.
A letter thanking Martha for her hospitality towards Emily Hammond and the Pilgrims, with some donations attached from some of the Pilgrims.
Wm. Jay Schiffelin sends a $250 check as a Christmas present from the Association of Berry Pilgrims.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Post thanking him for the check he wrote and credited to The Pilgrim Group of 1929, she notes that The Berry Schools are having an unusually difficult time because of the summer drought they have had. She hopes that if he ever comes South that he will include Berry in the trip.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mrs. Philipp for one of her paintings for Pilgrim Hall.
Martha Berry is writing an personal letter to her friend Fanny Norris. Martha said she misses Fanny and is thinking of her.
If Hope is still in Alabama, Berry wishes she could visit before she returns to New York. Berry is interested in the possibility of Kate Macy Ladd giving a building in honor of her brother Everit Macy, and asks for Hope's advice.
Hope is ill and cannot accept Berry's invitation to come to the school to welcome the Pilgrims from New York. She grieves the death of Mr. Macy and speaks of her admiration of Kate Macy Ladd.
Martha Berry is upset to hear that Mrs. Hope is not doing well, but hopes that she will come to visit while in the South.
Martha writes to Clarence about his comment about helping her touch up a painting. Martha tells him about her trip to New York where she hopes he will be able to help her.
Miss Berry writes to Mrs. Hitchcock to ask if she thinks there is any hope that Mrs. Ladd will donate a new building to Berry. Miss Berry writes about the need for the building, how quickly they could have plans drawn and how much money they would need.
James encloses the second installment on her scholarship contribution.
Martha Berry discusses her preference that her boys and girls not finish their training at Rollins College. She also tells about her Christmas season.
Miss Berry writes to Mrs. Hammond about the trip to Boston, during which Miss Berry did not raise much money but still feels like it was a profitable trip because she was able to interest old friends in the work of the Schools again. She was able to sell some Sunshine goods and asks Mrs. Hammond to invite Miss Dexter and Mrs. William McKee on the next Pilgrim trip. Miss Berry also mentions meeting the president of Boston Tech. who promised to visit Berry when he comes south.