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Mr. Hood writes back to Martha Berry informing her that at this time they are not in a position to do what she asks for her noble institution. They are willing however to donate 25 squares at any time the school requests and will give the lowest possible prices for the number of tiles the school requires.

Olin Conway Skinner writes to thank B. Mifflin Hood, ask that he send samples of roof tile, and convey Martha Berry's invitation for Hood to visit Berry.

Olin Conway Skinner writes to thank B. Mifflin Hood, ask that he send samples of roof tile, and convey Martha Berry's invitation for Hood to visit Berry.

Harry J. Carlson encloses copies of correspondence with the B. Mifflin Hood Brick Company, noting that Berry should send a thank you for a possible gift of roofing tile and asking that Mr. Skinner have samples of their tile on hand for his next visit. The letter from B. Mifflin Hood provides information about their roofing tile and about installation at other institutions. They are very interested in working on projects at Berry and offer a test installation at Berry for no charge or reduced price.

In this letter Martha Berry is explaining that they are going to unload the roofing on campus so that it is more convienet.

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Miss Berry thanks Mr. Manville for sending her the roofing they needed but could not buy.

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Manville advises that the Berry Schools should order through Manville's distributor, Owens Hardware in Rome, and that he will contribute $500 to the cost of the order.

Hammond inquires about the need for roofing, as she has a friend who has offered as many asbestos shingles as are needed.

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In this letter Martha Berry discusses a great need for roofing tiles at the schools. She ends the letter on a more personal note with mention of Adele's wedding.

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Martha Berry expresses great appreciation for Mr. Sloane's gift; she discusses the roof of a dormitory building that nears completion. Martha Berry invites Mr. Sloane to Berry during his trip from Florida back to New York.

Martha writes to Mr. Manville that they will not be able to purchase roofing at this time, but thanks him for his offer of concessions towards roofing and hopes that they will be able to take advantage of the offer later.

In this letter Miss Martha Berry asks from Mr. Manville to assist with the recovering of the buildings by donating some of his green Slatekete Shingles.

Martha Berry writes to Mr. Hanville informing him that they cannot purchase the roofing that was offered to the school. She asks if he could wait maybe six months at the price mentioned or they would have to buy cheaper or no roofing at all.

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Letter to Mr. O.C. Skinner from Harry J. Carlson concerning the slate for the roof of the library. Mr. Carlson informs Mr. Skinner that they have found two companies that carry the slate that they need, the Old English Slae Co. and the Rising-Nelson Slae Co. Mr. Carlson says that they can ship the slate as soon as the snow is cut out from the quarries. Therefore, he tells Mr. Skinner that there is no reason that the roofer should not furnish a slate roof.

Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Hammond about a number of things, including fundraising, a recent trip to Bar Harbor, and the schools' enrollments and thanked her again for her recent hospitality.

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