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Martha Berry thanks Mr. Loomis for his donation. Berry tells Loomis that she does not believe that witchcraft is practiced by the mountain people of any race, or that the "ignorant superstitions" of the mountain people amount to much.

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Guy Loomis encloses a scholarship and asks Berry to provide him with information about witchcraft in the Southern mountains, where there are likely "many primitive customs."

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Reverend Hallock encloses a tiger pin-up and then explains the Chinese legends, beliefs and traditions associated with the tiger and with Chang Tao-ling, the first Taoist Pope in China. He concludes his letter with his belief that the Chinese greatly need the Gospel and Christianity.


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