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This is a bill for 6 napkins to match a lavender luncheon set sent to Mrs. Henry Rauh.

A. Randolph writes to Martha Berry thanking her for a lavender sachet that she sent.

Grace Dodge thanks Martha Berry for the gift she has received.



Martha Berry is thanked for sending a thoughtful gift.

Mrs. Davison thanks Martha Berry for the Christmas gift she sent and encloses a check.

Bertha Black thanks Martha Berry for the bag of lavendar and congratulates her on the gift from the Fords.



Mrs. Bestor thanks Miss Berry for the homemade candy and lavender at Christmas and told Miss Berry a bit about her holiday with her family.

Jane sent Miss Berry a New Year card wishing for a happy holiday and a thank you for the little bag of lavender that Berry sent to Jane.

Ms. Rockwood thanks Miss Berry for the bag of lavender she sent.

Petrasch writes to thank Berry for the "dainty bag of lavender" Berry sent to her. The letterhead contains the seal of The Mayflower in Washington, Connecticut.

The thank you letter is to Miss Martha Berry for the gift of a bag of lavender that was received by Kate Gary. It is a scent that Gary likes and will be placed with her handkerchiefs.


This is a brief thank you note from Mrs. Bok (written by her secretary) thanking Miss Berry for a gift of lavender.

Miss Turner writes to say that she would like to purchase the bags and perhaps another year she could buy the flowers. She also advises that she will be leaving Sebec soon so she sends another address.

The Berry Schools write to Miss Turner to inform her that they are returning the money because they thought it was the lavender bags she ordered but they cannot sell the stalks. If Miss Turner would like the bags they could get them made after September 12th.

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