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Theatre Arts will come to the recipient for 2 years as a gift from Miss Clarita F. Crosby.

A letter accompanying a small gift from Quentin Crocker to Martha Berry. He tells how he heard of the schools from his family, who came back from the Berry Pilgrims meeting, and he was so impressed he sent a gift to the schools.



Martha writes to Mr. Hoge to acknowledge and thank him for the gift that came from him today at the school.

Martha Berry tells Mr. Hoehler that they are still talking about his inspirational commencement address. She says that she is very grateful to him for coming. She also tells him that $25 has been added to the Alumni Loan fund in his name which will be used to buy clothes and essential items for the students.

Martha Berry says that Mrs. Hayes' gift is an inspiration that made it possible for the school to take in one more needy child. She says that gifts from friends are investments in human life, and that her belief in these children's futures gives her the courage and strength to work with them.

A letter explaining that the attached check was initially a birthday present for Mrs. Hope but she wanted to donate it to Berry.


Martha Berry is thanking Mr. Green for the gift of a Bible, which she feels will help with the edification of the male students, after they've completed their work in the fields, shops, and dairy.



Miller expresses his appreciation for Miss Berry's holiday gift of cotton picked by Berry boys and girls.

Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Forrest for sending a subscription to American Forests and invites her to visit the school.

This is a pamphlet for donations to be made for scholarships. It tells a true story about a girl named Leafy. Mrs. Evans (It's difficult to read her first name) donated one thousand dollars to the students in need. Keep in mind that where it says author, she did not write the article, but rather the check for the donation.

Martha Berry tells Mrs. Campbell that they are proud of their swimming pool. She also clarifies that the steel was a gift from a donor, not from the D. A. R. She then invites Mrs. Campbell to visit the school.

Martha Berry thanks the Hoges for their Christmas gift to Berry. She says that it means more to her when people living at the school give to help it. She hopes that more graduates and workers will give to the school.

Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hoge for sending a check and prays that the New Year is happier than the past year has been for her. She thanks her again for her kindness.

Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Higginson for her gift to the school and explains some of the ways in which it might be put to use. She explains that the school is growing and that the rising demands could not be met without donations from friends. She ends the letter by telling Mrs. Higginson what the students are learning and suggesting that if she saw the work being done, she would feel that her gift was worth it.

Miss Berry is thanking Miss Roberts for a gift, given via Mrs. Hammond, and is detailing the tasks her nearly 400 summer students are performing, in order to save up enough money for Fall tuition.

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