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Mr. Hammond thanks Martha Berry for the package of cotton bolls from Berry that she sent him. He then wishes her and her students a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Mr. McAdoo thanks Miss Berry for the package of cotton bolls which remind him of his childhood picking cotton. He thinks he picked at least a thousand pounds, but he finds that this is not true.
Letter from Mrs. Annie L. Vickery thanking Miss Berry for the Cotton Bolls which her grandchildren used to decorate the Christmas tree and to distribute as gifts.
Bertha Steward thanks Martha Berry for the cotton bolls that were sent to her and says she hopes to show them off in a classroom sometime soon.
This letter is a response from George Dehevoise, the president of The Debevoise Company, writing to Miss Martha Berry. In this correspondence He informs Miss Berry that a letter for Mrs. Samuel Lord was received, but that Mrs. Lord had passed away.
Mary Nevius writes to Martha Berry thanking her for the gift of cotton balls she received from the Berry Schools during the holiday season. She briefly talks about her fascination with cotton balls, her intention to send clothing to the Schools, her hopes that the new dormitory has been completed, and her dismay at having been snowed into her house for the last few days.
Mr. Hayden's secretary writes to Martha Berry thanking her for sending a box of cotton bolls to him.
Letter of thanks for cotton bolls at Christmas time.