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The bill is for 1 baby blanket, 1 baby cuddle robe, 1 finger tip towel, and 1 sachet bag. It says that the items were sent to Mrs. S. W. Childs, Jr. and asks that the bill be returned with remittance.
The bill is for 1 bag with a whig rose design. It asks that the bill be returned with remittance.
This is a bill for 6 napkins to match a lavender luncheon set sent to Mrs. Henry Rauh.
Mrs. Barnes encloses a check for items received from Berry and places an order for additional items, saying that her cabin towel hasn't arrived yet but she would like to order another just like that one.
Helen G. Matthews, secretary, requests that Berry send her employer, Mrs. P. W. Harvey, a bill for the articles she received from the school last spring.
E. H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools, discusses the receipt of a check from the office of Henry Ford, that was applied to a Coolidge & Carlson bill for structural and heating engineering and landscaping.
The Berry Schools thank Mrs. Harvey for letting them know the bill for the baskets was never sent. They also inform her they will be enclosing the bill and are happy to hear that she is getting great use out of the baskets.
Kate Harney lets Martha Berry know that she has never received a bill for the purchase of the baskets. She wants to pay for them, as she likes them so much.