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Berry expresses appreciation for the support of the Carnegie Corporation and invites Keppel to visit.

The Carnegie Corporation awards $12,500 for industrial arts equipment at the Boys School.

As soon as Mr. Keppel returns to the office Lester will report to him about the Berry Schools.

Berry inquires about the possibility of a Carnegie Corporation contribution for industrial equipment and buildings at the Boys School.

A donation of $1000 is made to The Margaret Fund at The Berry Schools from Mrs. Carnegie

Receipt to Carnegie for her $1,000 contribution to the Margaret Fund.

Berry writes to thank Mrs. Carnegie for her contribution to the Margaret Fund. She speaks of the white Christmas at Berry and the need for all the warm clothes that have been sent for needy families.

Mr. Barrow, Secretary to Mrs. Carnegie, encloses her $1,000 check to the Margaret Fund.

Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Carnegie to invite her to visit the Schools so they can spend time together. She also writes about the Carnegie Foundation's decision whether or not to continue their funding of the Berry Schools and asks Mrs. Carnegie to take up the Schools' cause.

The Berry Schools are sending their thanks for a few books they received.

Letter discusses how correspondence with the Carnegie Corporation has been handled. Letter also discusses how a fall meeting with the Corporation may be held during the winter.

Berry expresses appreciation for the continued support of the Carnegie Corporation and hopes that someone from the organization will visit the shcool.

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Berry thanks Carnegie for her contribution to the Margaret Fund.

Martha Berry thanks Carnegie for endowing a day for Estelle Whitfield and reminisces about her visit to Skibo Castle.


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