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In this letter C.R. Magill suggests to Martha Berry that Mr. Henson the secretary of the divisional national council of the YMCA stop at the Berry Schools.
In this letter Martha Berry tells Herbert Stockwell that Mr. Green, the principal, will tell him why Mr. Gurley was asked to leave Berry. She also tells him that the students who left because Mr. Gurley was asked to leave are not doing well and that they will be allowed to return if they want.
Berry appeals to a "Friend" to donate money to the Berry School so it might keep its doors open during the war and continue to provide a good education for children in need.