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Berry is anxious to hear from Campbell and asks her to telephone Mrs. Hammond to learn about the dinner. Berry wants to go to New York before the dinner to get a dress and hat, and wants Campbell to join her at the St. Regis Hotel.
Mrs. M.E.S. Rurtleff sends a children's clothing donation to The School.
Martha Berry encloses samples of the uniform goods for the girls' dresses which will hopefully reach Miss Hedges in time for her program. She also thanks her for the help from the "Doing Our Bit" girls.
Martha Berry writes to rush order two hats, an inexpensive black straw to wear for company she is expecting, and a white felt to wear with a white dress. Berry is confident that Fuller will know what will be becoming. Berry also mentions that she hopes to have dresses made during a planned trip to New York.
Berry wires instructions related to arrangements for Inez Wooten's wedding.
Emma C. Reynolds informs Martha Berry that she is sending a package to the Berry Schools, on behalf of her sister and herself, containing some dresses.
Martha Berry thanks Miss Furness for sending her the dresses.
Furness writes that she and her sisters will send six cotton summer dresses if Miss Berry would like to have them for some girl that may need them.
Martha Berry thanks Miss Furness for sending a package of dresses, and apologizes for a previous acknowledgement for a package of scraps.
Beaten biscuit recipe, dairy help for Mrs. Hodgeon, and asking Miss Berry to give her away at wedding.
Estelle Grosjean inquires as to whether or not Martha Berry would have any use for five dresses made for children aged four or five.
In this letter Martha Berry apologizes for the late response. She explains the types of dresses that the girls at school wear to Mrs. Cheneweth and she asks her to stop by on her way to Florida.
In this letter Martha Berry inquires about the shipping of some dresses and invites Frances Jones to visit Berry if she comes south during the winter.