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Martha Berry informs Mrs Hammond that Inez Henry is too ill to travel to New York and that Willie Sue Cordell will travel to New York to handle the sale. Martha Berry thanks Mrs Hammond and her New York friends for organizing a benefit; she also regrets that she cannot travel and sit with Mrs. Hammond in her box, and meet with faithful friends. Martha wishes she could meet Beatrice Lillie for the grand performance.
Letter to Lucy H. McDonald from Martha Berry regarding a loom that she wanted to sell to the schools. Miss Berry writes to inform her that she won't be need or be able to purchase the loom from her.
Letter to D. C. Jennings from Martha Berry informing him that she has received his letter concerning his advising her to exchange lots. She informs him that she will act according to his advice. However, she does notice that there will be $50 to her credit and informs him that she will send him the interest. She also hopes that he will be able to sell the lot. She also asks him to address his letters to her as personal so that she will get them even if she is not at the schools.