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Martha Berry tells Mrs. Hammond how wonderful it is that she is visiting Berry with her friends. She wishes that she could be there to welcome them, but explains that her cold turned into bronchitis and she has been in bed with doctors visiting her daily. Martha Berry then tells Mrs. Hammond how happy it makes her to know that her friends love the Berry Schools, expresses her hope that Mrs. Hammond's granddaughter enjoys the visit, and informs Mrs. Hammond that the gates of Berry are always open to her.
Martha Berry thanks Mr. Morris for his gift to the Anglo Saxon young people of Berry. The letter is inspiring as Martha Berry describes in great detail the many benefits the gift will bring to Berry.
The Berry Schools write to Miss Pratt saying that her letter has been received while Miss Berry is away from the office and apologize that the gates are closed to visitors on Sundays.
Martha writes to Mrs. Keese to let her know they will make a special exception for her in opening the gates on Sunday. As the teacher believe it best to keep the gates closed on Sunday due to all the visitors in the past week. Martha wishes that Mrs. Keese could visit during the week so she could see more of the school as there is so little to see on Sunday.