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Prof. Donovan tells Martha Berry that word of Berry has made its way to Massachusettes.
Martha Berry writes about the Ford boom, how it will impact the operating costs, and the need to change the perception that Berry doesn't need support; she also discusses a financial drive to raise money for operation.
Berry asks Galbraith if she would like to come to the Berry School and work as a matron. She would be paid thirty dollars a month with room and board.