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A thank you note for the calendar of 1939 Mrs. Greene sent.

Mrs. Robinson receives an apology for a mix up.

M. E. Etheridge writes to say that she had hoped to send a gift for Lillian but her financial state makes it impossible. She still hopes to do so in the future and says that she is sending under seperate cover two calendars, one for Miss Berry and one for Lillian.

John D. Williams sends $150 to The Berry Schools.

Mrs. Rickette writes to send $1.00 and expresses her desire to send more support. She also notes her change of address.


Berry thanks Laughlin for the gift of a calendar and invites her to visit.

Mrs. Woodruff writes to Martha thanking her for the calendar and with a donation to the school

Miss Willets sends a $1 contribution, and thanks Berry for the calendar.

Letter to The Berry Schools from George H. Wilcox, President of International Silver Company, thanking the schools for sending the calendar commemorating the Silver Anniversary of the schools.

Mrs. Wescott writes to thank Miss Berry for sending her a calendar. She also encloses a check for $25 - a dollar for "each year of the Silver Anniversary." C

E. J. W[ellman] of Reeves, New Hampshire writes to ask Martha Berry if there is a mistake somewhere and that there are two of him on her mailing list. He has received two copies of the (school's) calendar and the Southern Highlander, and he tells Ms. Berry that he has mailed the extra calendar to a friend in Toronto who recalls her speaking at The Moody August Convention years before. E. J. W. says that he himself was unable to attend the event and hear her speak because of a camping trip with friends, but he assures that if he had heard her speak, he would certainly have remembered it.

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