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Receipt No. 32528 for donation to the Berry Schools of $1.00 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Richmond, Virginia. .

Note instructs division of gift to three scholarships: 1) from Matthew Fontaine Murray Chapter U.D.C.; 2) Mrs Schuyler through the chapter; 3) from Mary Mildred Sullivan Chapter

Charlotte writes to Martha with a check for fifty dollars to cover scholarships in 1927.

Mrs. Rose, division treasurer, encloses a check of $1,000 from the Stonewall Jackson Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Cincinnati. She asks for a receipt for reference.

Hosea was pleased to receive the Christmas cotton and provides some family history, noting that although her aunt is a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and asked her to join, her father did not wish for her to.

Mrs. Rose encloses a check from Albert Sidney Johnston for $100 to be used as a scholarship for the Berry Schools.

Cane sends $5 from the Wade Hampton Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Mrs. Johnson sends a $30.00 check to the Berry Schools on behalf of the Jefferson Davis Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Mrs. Smith asks for Miss Berry to send some literature on the schools to her.

Mrs. Smith requests an event to promote participation in the Robert E. Lee chapter's scholarship at Berry. Such an event would include showing the work of students and holding a fundraiser.

Fred K. Hoehler writes to Martha Berry on behalf of Mrs. J. C. Hosea of The Stonewall Jackson Chapter U.D.C. to make sure that the fifty dollars the chapter annually sends to the Berry Schools is used for the admission of a boy, not for the general fund. On Cincinnatus Association stationery.

A donation of $3 is given to the Berry Schools from the Scotland Neck, North Carolina chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

A check for $150 from the A.H. Stephens Chapter of the U.D.C., Cleveland, Ohio.


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