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Student who lives in Clara Hall speaks about how thankful she is for Berry and she gives some background on herself.
Clippert sends Thanksgiving wishes and regrets that hard times and poverty in her own city prevent her from sending a larger contribution.
Bell has not gotten a response to a letter to Berry and believes it is because she is poor.
Miss Glen Allen informed Martha Berry she was setting aside some money after hearing of Martha's stories in Southern Highlander about her children struggling to get an education.
Ada Van Vechten recalls a visit to the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, contrasting the beautiful scenery with the poverty they witnessed among the residents of the area.
Holbrook, who briefly attended the school herself, implores Berry to accept her brother Gibbie Maynard and friend Hebert Holbook to work their way through school.