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Note thanking Mr. Mooney for the Christmas gifts they received from him.
Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Barnes for the gift of a bathrobe, explaining that garments are sold in the community store, making it possible for people to have clothing for school and church.
Holt is in a quandary as he is realizing that the communion service gift is more complicated and expensive than he realized. He suggest that he make a monetary contribution toward the service and provides information about the gifts he expects to be able to make over the next year. Holt reports that he has heard from Dr. Hardin of Henry Ford's support for Berry.
Holt encloses his memorial gift and describes his plans to travel to Morganton, North Carolina to visit relatives of his mother. He has questions about the communion service, as it has become clear that it will cost more than he anticipated.
Holt proposes wording for the engraving on the communion service he plans to donate, wishing to emphasize the name of his mother, Margaret Lock Erwin Holt.
Berry thanks Holt for his quick and positive response to her suggestion that he donate a new communion service.
Berry asks Holt to consider donating a new communion set and collection plates for the newly enlarged Chapel.
Wheeler sends notice of the shipment of clothing, shoes, and children's books, on behalf of the Portville Missionary Society.
Talmage has sent a box of clothing and wishes to be notified of its arrival at the school. She describes the contents of a box sent in March for which she received no notification.
Talmage requests an update on the receipt of a box of clothing she sent in April, enclosing a list of the box contents and a $10 donation.
Talmage sent a box of clothing to the Berry Schools, and she asks for Martha Berry to notify her when she recieves the gift.
Miss Berry thanks Mrs. Smiley for her donation of used clothing and hats.
Roop asks that Berry provide information about whether a package of shoes, pantaloons and a corset has been received.
Berry thanks Jones for the Christmas gift of handkerchiefs and ties.
In this letter Martha Berry is thanking Mrs. Moody for her donation and explains that sometimes the addresses of their donors get lost in the mail and that is why the response is coming so late.