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Berry reports that a much-admired photograph of sheep under trees at the Foundation School was omitted from negatives and photographs that Fowler sent. She expresses sympathy at the death of Mr. Fowler.

Berry asks that Cooper provide additional copies of a photograph he made, at a price "as low as you possibly can."

Letter from Miss Berry to Bachrach Photographers requesting two dozen copies of her picture made from the requested negative.

Gallagher writes on behalf of photographers Bachrach, Inc. to discuss details for photographs ordered by Martha Berry.

The credit manager from photographers Bachrach, Inc. is asking for payment for photographs.

Willis notifies Berry that a balance is due on her account at photographers Bachrach, Inc.

Handwritten note from photographer Elizabeth Ogden Wood inviting Martha Berry to attend the December 1928 exhibition of her work at the Art Center in New York City. Written on the exhibition announcement.

Clifford A. Ohnemus writes on behalf of photographers Bachrach, Inc., explaining that the Prayer Changes Things motto was omitted from photographs because of the size of reproduction requested. Ohnemus assures Berry that the negative is intact, Bachrach will reprint the photographs with the motto, as requested, and encloses a clipping from the Boston Herald.

Berry complains that the motto "Prayer Changes Things" was omitted from photographs provided by Bachrach, Inc.. She expresses concern about the safety of the negative and asks that the photographs be reprinted.

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