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Mr. Elder writes to Martha to inform her that it is impossible to respond to her request even though he understands her need after the flood of Dayton in 1923. He says that the commercial losses have been phenomenal and they can barely hold on to their current employees, much less give charitable donations.
Julia P. Smith desires to offer her help to two orphan girls. She asks Martha Berry how much it would cost for them to attend the Berry Schools for 12 months and if the price will be different if they are not from Georgia.
Clephane writes to Martha Berry about the recent floods that affected Maryland and Georgia. Clephane also sent a $10 donation to the schools.