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Letter to Mrs. Hammond stating that Miss. Berry is away for a week or slightly longer as a rest after commencement and before summer term begins. She will respond to her when she can.
Letter regarding the visit of Miss Young to the Berry Schools, and a request of notification so that proper arrangements can be made.
Miss Berry asks Mrs. Wright about the antique furniture and apologizes for not visiting sooner. She also tells Mrs. Wright to write "Personal" on her response letter so that she will give it immediate attention.
J L Nail advises Martha about the 75 acre tract of land that she is considering buying and the price in which he is willing to sell.
Letter to J.L. Nails from Martha Berry concerning the river front land (75 acres) that he owns because Miss Berry wants to buy it. She asks him to give her his best price and when he decides, to mark the letter personal because she is so often away from home.
Martha writes to Mr. Duke to thank him for the 25,000 dollars he was going to give toward the endowment.
Martha writes to Mr. Garris to thank him for the check and expresses her wish to have Howard Ball spend the weekends with Mr. Garris.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mrs. Hines if she still has those quilts that she has previously written about.
Berry writes a unusually personal and detailed letter to Hammond, sharing details about a recent trip to Chautauqua, discussing the possibility of a trip to Bar Harbor, Maine to stay with Mrs. Morris, and planning an April trip to the school by Hammond.