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Margaret Earnshaw informs Miss Berry that she would be happy to have paint samples made but they will cost $5 apiece. She also tell Miss Berry that the samples are very helpful unless the painter can get the right color from a piece of cloth.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mr. Carlson if he can help with the paint that is peeling off the high parts of her house.
Adele wants to help with Miss Berry's work, but is "not numbered among the wealthy" and cannot afford to send money so she collects gifts for the boys and girls from her friends. She includes a list of the items she has on hand and asks Miss Berry if she is interested in any of them.