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W. T. Carlisle of Blue Ridge Nurseries is advertising its newly opened branch in Atlanta, Georgia to Martha Berry.
Hamrick tells Berry that the rent has been collected from Mr. Tolbert and a request for 40 "select" fruit trees for the terraces in the rock garden has been made. Hamrick will see to the planting himself.
Martha is asking Grady, an assumed employee, to order fruit trees to plant. She also has an inquiry about rent from Mr. Tolbert that he owes.
Martha Berry writes that she is anxious to get some good prices on apple trees and would like to have A. J. Welden quote them on the cost of 150 one-year-old Winter Terry apple trees and 75 one-year-old Yates apple trees.