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A letter to Miss Van Houton from Martha Berry. The letter is asking for Miss Houton to look over literature samples to arouse interest in the Berry Schools.
In this response letter, Miss Berry states she will be happy to send samples of the girls' weaving and some literature; She thanks them for the continued support of the Dow-Right Clans.
Martha Berry sends a letter to B.B Hornady & Bro. requesting a price quote for pecans. She also requests that a small sample of the kinds that are for sale be sent to her.
Elizabeth Browning Canfield writes to Martha Berry to tell her that she has sent the pattern and samples by Parcel Post. Canfield goes on talk about how much she enjoyed meeting her but also how furious she was when Miss Berry drove off in the morning before she had gotten up.