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This letter is written to Martha Berry from M. W. Pitner about a boy that Pitner wants to send to the Berry Schools. According to Pitner, the tuition at Berry at this time was 150 dollars.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Lasker saying she is very interested in a gift he gave to the University of Chicago. She tells him about the schools and how they take impoverished children and gives them positions of responsibility and trust. She encourages him to visit as they have a direct line to Chicago, and hopes that he is interested in the literature she is sending him.