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Martha Berry thanks Martha Graham for her messages and says she thinks of her often. She expresses hope that the reunion will go well, and then tells Martha Graham that she will be satisfied with wherever Martha Graham can find work.
Martha Berry thanks Johm Graham for sending her a clipping and asks that he send her more so that she can know what is going on in New York. She mentions that she saw his family and that several people are coming to visit. She then mentions that she has been thinking about going to New York, but is afraid that she will get sick. She finishes the letter by thanking him and wishing him a blessed Christmas.
Harrison and the Duvals write of the wonderful time they had visiting Berry and describe the rest of their journey in the South. They plan to return to Virginia to make a home for six little boys, and suggest that if Berry is in Richmond they come to meet her there, even if for just one night.
Letter to Hal C. Wyman from Martha Berry thanking him for his $150 donation to the schools. She then talks about a girl attending the schools named Virginia. She states that Virginia is growing but not doing too well in her studies but that she is doing well in her domestic work.
Mrs. H.M. Green writes to Martha Berry about a housekeeping position that she was offered.
Berry writes to Ford about her lonliness, the terrible "drouth", Martha Freeman's illness and her journeys into the mountains to visit people and entreats Ford to stop by on their next journey to Florida.