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Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hoge for the delicious figs that she sent.
A letter thanking Mr. Ford for the buckwheat flour he'd sent.
Martha Berry thanks Marion Dame for her gift that will be used to buy additional farm land which will be worked by Berry boys to provide food at Berry for many years.
Masina Hicks writes that one thing she was most thankful for was the chance to go to Berry. She then thanks Martha Berry for making it possible for her sister to stay at Berry in the fall. She ends the letter by expressing her hope that Martha Berry is in good health and wishes God's blessings on her.
Mrs. John C. Aisenbrey's Civics Class donated money to the Emily V. Hammond Scholarship Fund. The Berry Schools sends their thanks.
A thank you note for the calendar of 1939 Mrs. Greene sent.
Martha Berry says that she enjoyed meeting Mr. Campbell at Battle Creek and that she appreciates his contribution to a scholarship. She hopes that Mr. Campbell will visit Berry to see the work that they are doing. She also asks him to send his home address for the records.
A thank you note for the flowers they sent her on Founder's Day.
In this letter Martha Berry thanks Mrs. Hazard for her donation to the Berry Schools.
Martha Berry is thanking Mr.Lietold for his generous gift because she has worried about the financial attribution since she returned.
This is a brief thank you note from Mrs. Bok (written by her secretary) thanking Miss Berry for a gift of lavender.
Author thanks recipient for box of cotton sent from Berry Schools
Adelaide M. Megeath writes to Martha Berry to donate $100 and commend her for the work she does at the schools. She also thanks Martha Berry for the cotton she received and informs her that her daughter Virginia got married and changed her name. She says that she has always wanted to visit the schools but has never been able to.
Letter of thanks for a paper-cutter the Berry Schools sent Mr. Kahn.