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Mr Hawrick explains that the people that Berry had bought a white peahen from have replaced the white peahen that died with a younger healthy white peahen. He asks Miss Berry ifit would be better to keep the white peahens at her home instead of a pen at the high school.
In this letter W.H. Howell tells Martha Berry that he does not know where to locate a pehen but refers her to a Seed Company in Savannah.