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A clipping from the New York Times of an article about Mrs. John Henry Hammond's 3rd group of Pilgrims to journey from New York to visit the Berry Schools.
In this letter Martha Berry thanks C.C. Walace for the Magazine Section of the Sunday New York Times. She also implores him to tell his friends about the Berry Schools.
Gillian Keller Lang, secretary to Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of the New York Times, writes Martha Berry to acknowledge the receipt of her letter in Mr. Ochs' absence.
Donation of $250 towards the Theodore Palmer Scholarship.
Letter regarding Mr. Baker's absence in office at time of receipt of letter.
Ochs awaits word from Berry word on when she'll be in New York and for her list of potential donors. He encloses the letter he received from Mrs. John S. Kennedy. He also mentions that Albert H. Wiggin of Chase National Bank sent him a check for $250 and that Judge Gary sent one for $1,000. The letter from Mrs. Kennedy explains that she has known Berry for over twenty years and contributes each year. She says that she helped build the Home School Farm House and gave money toward a green house.
C.E. Mitchell responds to Mr. Adolph S. Ochs letter regarding the Berry Schools and states that he will "look into it."
In this letter the office of Mr. Percy R. Pyne tells Adolph Ochs that Mr. Percy R. Pyne is abroad and that his letter will be received when he returns.
Elizabeth V Clark donates $10.00 in order to rebuild the burned down dormitory.