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Martha Berry asks New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt to visit Berry the next time he comes south to visit Warm Springs, reminding him that he promised to visit "when the roads were better."
Letter encloses a check for $150 to provide an education for one boy or girl for a year.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Howell, thanking him for his gift and promise to pay $150 at the end of six months. She says that she is overjoyed to have a gift for their 25th anniversary. She also invites him to visit The Berry Schools since they are not far from Atlanta.
This is a thank-you letter from Miss Berry to a woman named Mrs. Henderson for her generous gift. Miss Berry tells her what her money is going towards: fulfilling a promise of education to some boys and girls she met in desolate cabins in the mountains.