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Miss Berry thanks Mr. Sloane for his donation of $150 towards a needy girl named Rachel. Miss Berry also describes her mornings living in Roosevelt cabin and listening to the girls sing on their way to breakfast. She closes her letter with well-wishes to Mr. Sloane and invites him to come and meet the girls.
The letter from Martha Berry tells The Capitol in Atlanta a problem Berry is having with borer. Martha Berry discusses the damage the borer has caused the log cabin. She also mentions the importance of the cabin and the urgency to fix the problem.
Hammond, writing from the school during a visit of the Pilgrims, stresses the power of prayer and encourages Berry to stand by her own motto, "prayer changes things." God still has work for Berry to do and will give Berry the strength to do it. Hammond writes that Berry should claim health as her birthright so that when Hammond visits in April 1942 she will find Berry full of vigor. Hammond writes that her heart is overflowing with gratitude for the visit and the inspiration of looking into Berry's face.
This document is the program of events for the Pilgrims' visit to The Berry Schools. It includes the dates of the visit and the many events that will occur.