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The author informs the recipient that a list of donors to the Emily Hammond scholarship is enclosed.

This is a pamphlet for donations to be made for scholarships. It tells a true story about a girl named Leafy. Mrs. Evans (It's difficult to read her first name) donated one thousand dollars to the students in need. Keep in mind that where it says author, she did not write the article, but rather the check for the donation.

A thank you letter for a donation received from Mrs. Blake through Mrs. Hammond.

Berry Schools acknowledges Mrs. Nellie B. Allen's donation to the Library fund through Mrs. John Henry Hammond.



F. R. Pearsall writes on behalf of Elliot Speer, President of Northfield Schools, to Martha Berry to ask her about her annual donation numbers. The Northfield Schools need to raise $160,000 each year and are looking for information about other schools' donors and donations.

Letter enclosed with a receipt for a purchased rug.



In this letter Miss Berry explains the need for donations in order to further the Girls School and expresses her appreciation to the Howells for their continued support of the Berry Schools.

In this letter Miss Berry shows her gratitude for Miss Laura Allen's donation of $500.00, tells her of the the struggle to find donors during the time of economic hardship, and tells of the campus.

Berry asks Bonner to rush a list of "big donors".

In this letter Miss Berry expresses her appreciation for Mr.Tyson's donation, and explains the need for more donors like himself.

In this letter Miss Berry writes to Mrs. Smiley and asks that she could come to Lake Mohonk and visit, in order to show her exhibit and encourage donations from their wealthy community.

Mr. Hoge writes to Martha with a list of donors that have let their subscriptions expire and asks that she write them to bring back their subscriptions

Martha writes to Mrs. Glass with a list of donors who have given to the Berry School and asks if she might be able to arrange for Martha to meet with them when she is visiting St. Louis.



In this letter Mr. Z Marshall Crane enclosed check for $100 as his yearly contribution for 1928

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