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A reply sent in Martha Berry's absence to Reed's letter about a bequest from her husband. Although a scholarship in her husband's name is a possibility, the preference is for bequests to be placed in the endowment fund.
This is an add from the Southern Highlander filled out to endow a quarter of a day by WM H Parsons.
A list of donors who have endowed days to commemorate individuals.
Fund raising letter asking donors to endow a day to help fund one student in perpetuity. Letter assures potential donors that Berry students are "100 per cent Anglo-Saxon" and "American born".
As requested, the Berry Schools send a reminder of Hope's pledge of a scholarship in memory of Noel Morris and the endowment of December 25.
Berry complains that the school is suffering from the "wrong kind of publicity" and describes the Ford buildings at the Girls School as burdensome because they are not endowed. She asks Hollenback for the address of Louis Twyeffort, who has promised to endow a day in memory of his brother. She wishes she could see Hollenback.
Mrs. Hussey is delighted to know that Mrs. Yardley's birthday can also be her endowed day.
Martha Berry lets Mrs. Hussey know that the day she wished to choose as an endowed day is available.
Eleanor Hussey would like to set aside a day for endownment.
Martha Berry thanks Mr. Alexander for his donation and invites him to visit soon.
Whiting encloses $10 toward the memorial day for her father.