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Mrs. Darwin is unsure if Martha Berry has received the quilt or not.
Martha Berry lets Mrs. Darwin know that she has not yet received the quilt.
Martha Berry lets Mrs. Darwin know she would be interested in seeing the quilt.
The Berry Schools write to Mrs. Burdg that they have stopped making quilts so they cannot send her a sample quilt block.
The Berry Schools reply to Mrs. Bryant to say that the package has arrived at the post office and that Miss Berry will write her when she returns.
Mrs. Bryant writes to The Berry Schools to ask if Miss Berry's quilt arrived safely.
Mrs. Bryant writes to inform that she is mailing the quilt that afternoon. She lists the charges for the quilt, cotton, thread and lining as well as postage and insurance fee.
The Berry Schools write to Mrs. Bryant to inform her that Miss Berry is away from the schools but she can send the quilt and it will be kept for her until she returns.
Mrs. Bryant writes that she thinks she can send the quilt the following week. She purchased the lining, cotton and thread without writing about them. She says she is unable to do the second quilt because she cannot leave her disabled husband and doesn't have time to do it and all of her other work.
Miss Berry sends her check to cover the goods she bought to make the quilts.
Miss Berry writes Mrs. Bryant to ask her to go ahead and do the quilts. She says to get whatever is needed and send the bill to her.
Mrs. Bryant responds to Miss Berry's letter and says she isn't sure that she'd be able to finish a quilt in the summer but could in the fall. She says that if Miss Berry can't find someone to do it sooner and asks her to do it she will guarantee Miss Berry's happiness with her work.
Miss Berry writes to order 2 quilts made - one with old fashioned colors and one exactly like the one Mrs. Douglas made for Miss Hackett.