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W. T. Carlisle of Blue Ridge Nurseries is advertising its newly opened branch in Atlanta, Georgia to Martha Berry.

E. H. Hoge, Comptroller of the Berry Schools, discusses the receipt of a check from the office of Henry Ford, that was applied to a Coolidge & Carlson bill for structural and heating engineering and landscaping.


Bill of sale to Robert B. Cridland for an engraved sundial.

Letter provides instruction for planting some trees next to the Recitation Hall at the Girls' School.

Bonner suggests that Berry meet with two prospective donors on her trip to New York and discusses other office business. She provides travel details for Berry's visit to the Horace Mann School and mentions that Grady Hamrick left that day for Tuskegee.

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