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Leopold A. Cook informs the Berry Schools of a piece of property he interested in that is for sale in Freehold, New Jersey. He hopes there is a student at the Berry Schools who could help him with the property and in return be gifted one half of the property as well as the net profits. He also suggests the possibility of buying a farm closer to Berry so they could watch over the student better.
In this letter Martha Berry states the Berry Schools' need for farm hands, preferably ones who have been at Berry, and asks Tom Colquitt if he would be interested.
On October 24, 1927, Martha Berry provided an opportunity for employment for Clyde Long to return to Berry to "do hard work" on the farms with the boys.