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The way "my" and "miss" are spelled is interesting. After the bilabial-voiced -nasal-stop, the author writes an "e" where it is usually not used. What is interesting is that the author writes an "e" before two different sounds: a high-front-lax vowel and a diphthong. The author's wording is different as well. She does not use pronoun's where they are usually used in sentence structure.



In this letter Martha Berry inquires about the shipping of some dresses and invites Frances Jones to visit Berry if she comes south during the winter.

Martha Berry sends Mrs. Harrington literature on the Berry Schools to help her better understand the work being done.

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