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Mrs. Crosby says she is sorry about the storm that caused damage all over the country and is sending a check for $25.
Mr. Cox tells Ms. Berry that he has enclosed a check for $200 to cover a scholarship and repair damages from the severe winter.
Martha Berry thanks Mr Hoge for his contribution to Berry as well as his service and help through the years.
A check for $5.00 to be sent to Mrs. Hammond so it can be put in the Berry Schools Benefit Fund.
Miss Goldman's father has just died and in December 1938 she has sent a check for $25.
The author tells Martha Berry that a check for $150 is enclosed.
Mrs Day sends a $10 check, and regrets she couldn't send more. She writes that she hopes that Miss Berry and her work are doing well.
A letter expressing her admiration for Martha Berry's work and interest in supporting Case No. 1 from the catalog of letters children wrote about why they should go to Berry. This letter is attached to a $10 check.
Mary Hilliard tells Martha Berry that she doesn't need to travel, only to write letters. She then agrees to help George get attention for his eyes and informs Martha Berry that a check is enclosed for that purpose.
Mrs. Hammond informs Martha Berry that she is sending a letter and check from Miss Jennings. She tells Martha Berry about a play that they are hoping to get for a benefit that is coming up.
Mrs. Aisenbrey sends New Year greetings to the Berry School. She mentions that she and her class met and are sending a check to the school.
Mrs. W. C. Stevens sends a small check and hopes a little is better than nothing. She wishes Miss Berry continued success.
Miss Berry is receiving a letter about a check she is being sent from Mrs. M. C. Sherlock.
Mrs. Shattuck sends a $150 donation to the Berry Schools.
This donation sent by Miss Laura M. Lacy reports a $100 check drawn from the Chase National Bank from William M. Savin.