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A letter thanking Mrs. Crowninshield for all her help over the past eleven years and informing of her some of the highlights at the school during that time and presently. Additionally, an invitation to come back and visit the school either on her way to Florida or on her way back.

S.H. Cox donates $150 for a student scholarship. An added note indicates that they give this donation yearly.

A response to Mrs. Gantt's inquiry on how much it would be to fund a little child's schooling at Berry per year.

A general letter sent out asking for donations for scholarship funds to send children to Berry.

This check for $150 is a scholarship for a student to attend Berry for a year.

A scholarship check for $150 to the Berry Schools in response to a brochure of stories of students in need.

A donation of $150 for a scholarship to be applied in helping a girl named Mattie remain at Berry.

The letter is asking for $150 donations so more young people can go to Berry. A $150 gift is recorded in the corner. Miss Valentine's note says that she has been abroad, but takes pleasure in renewing a previous donation. She says that she received Martha Berry's box of cotton blossoms. She wishes MB luck in her work.

The letter is asking for $150 scholarship donations so students can attend Berry for a year. A $150 donation is recorded at the top.

The note to Miss Bonner asks her to acknowledge the note about a letter that has gone missing. A donation of $150 is recorded at the top with a note that Mr. Hammond read an article in the Highlander.

A generic letter sent out to all donors asking for donations of $150 for student scholarships with a response from Mrs. Diack of $50

This letter to Mrs. Goldmark asks for any donations she can spare so more young people can go to Berry. A $10 donation is recorded in the corner.

The letter is asking for $150 donations to send a child to Berry for a year. A $60 donation is recorded at the top.


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