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In this letter Mrs. A E Eaton sends $150 for Eugene's tuition. This was an appeal letter that Martha Berry sent out asking for money. Mrs. Eaton describes herself as "an old woman ... to be still working for my living," who does not have a lot to give but uses her tithe money for this in the name of Christianity
Berry acknowledges that she gave permission to Campbell to sign her name on the petition for a state constitutional amendment to exempt educational endowments from taxation. She wishes that she could do more for the cause and explains that, being a woman, she has no vote, suggesting two men for Campbell to contact.
Berry uses a Western Union Telegram to tell Campbell to sign her name on the petition in support of the constitutional amendment to exempt educational endowments from taxation. She says a proper letter will follow.