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Martha Berry thanks the recipients for their Christmas gifts to the school and hopes that they had a beautiful Christmas.

A thank you letter to a student at Berry for their donation on Founder's Day.

A thank you letter to Mrs. Hitchcock for informing Martha Berry on a medal the school received.

A thank you letter to Mrs. Hickox for the American Forests magazine she had gifted the library in Martha's absence.

A letter expressing Martha's appreciation for all the work Emily Hammond does for Berry and for the $5,000 gift.


Martha Berry talks about activities that occurred for her birthday after thanking Mrs. Ford for her telegram. She also talks about her appearance on a radio broadcast and how excited she is that she finally has her glasses after the surgery on her eyes. She concludes with the hope that the Fords will visit Berry soon.

Martha Berry wrote this letter to thank Clara DeWolf for her message and contribution to the school.

A thank you letter for Mrs. DeLaittre's recent letter and condolences that her husband is sick, with encouragement at his seemingly improving health.

A generic thank you letter regarding a donation made to the foundation.

A thank you letter for the scholarship donation for a student to go to Berry.

This is a thank you not from Martha Berry to Mrs. Margaret Vandevate, Treasurer for gift. Miss Berry describes her "begging" for funds to support the School. She expresses her pray that hearts and hands of friends will be moved to see the possibilities of their investment.

Martha Berry expresses her gratitude for Mr. Holt's tremendous monetary contribution to the Possum Trot children in a time of great need. She includes the thanks of the children and a description of their Christmas celebration.

Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hoge for sending a check and prays that the New Year is happier than the past year has been for her. She thanks her again for her kindness.

A thank you letter to Miss Hoge for her birthday note to Martha.

A thank you letter for the painting Mrs. Hitchcock gave to the Berry Schools.

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