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Martha Berry writes to rush order two hats, an inexpensive black straw to wear for company she is expecting, and a white felt to wear with a white dress. Berry is confident that Fuller will know what will be becoming. Berry also mentions that she hopes to have dresses made during a planned trip to New York.
Mrs. William A. Sperling writes after reading an article about Martha Berry in the New York Herald Tribune. Mrs. Sperling tells of her success as a milliner in New York City after growing up in Kentucky as inspiration to Berry girls, and encloses a contribution.