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Donation letter from Hariette Syms wishing Martha Berry success and riches, also she talks about her adoration for the Highlander.
The Berry Schools writes to Mrs. M. B. Morton to inform her that the Highlanders she requested have been mailed.
Mrs. M. B. Morton writes to Miss Martha Berry "at her home" to request four copies of the 1930 Winter edition of the Highlander, enclosing $1 for them.
In this letter Martha Berry thanks Erwin A. Holt for always remembering the dates of the Berry anniversary. She also tells him that she will send a few copies of the Highlander under another cover.
Erwin A. Holt writes to Martha Berry to donate $300 to The Berry Schools for his annual Armistice Day thank offering. He says he and his wife had a nice trip to New York, Princeton, Atlantic City, and Washington. He tells her about the Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Holly Hill Fruit Product company named D.H. McConnell; that he is a philanthropist, conservative, highly successful, and "a man of highest business integrity". He says that he and his wife hope to visit the orange groves soon, and also that they met the director of the Congressional Library, Dr. Herman Henry Bernard Meyer. Finally, he says that his business is suffering badly from the depression. He also requests the latest issues of the Highlander.
The Berry Schools let Mrs. McKay know they received her favor and are sending her a copy of the last Highlander.
Letter to Louise Kager from Martha Berry informing her that she was glad that she enjoyed the Highlander. Miss Berry informs her that they struggle to put it out and often wonder if their friends even find it interesting. She also informs Miss Kager that her gift comes at a perfect time because they are struggling so much and learning to appreciate every dollar. She also hopes that they won't have to send any boys and girls home this year. Miss Berry also hopes that she will come for a visit and maybe find the school much improved since her last visit. In conclusion, she thanks her gain for the gift and wishes blessings in her life as well as on the boys and girls attending the schools.
Mrs. DeLaittre sends a donation and enquires about having some materials sent to her.
Wilson encloses a donation and requests a subscription to the Highlander.
In this letter Mary S. Wick is inquiring about a copy of Highlander magazine to give to interested prospective friends.
This is a letter from Emma B. Hopkins to Miss Martha Berry about various Easter donations to the Foundation Fund and a donation of $100 from one of Miss Hopkins' college friends, a history teacher at St. Mary's School. She sends a list of donor names so Miss Berry can mail them Highlanders.
Hammond provides a fundraising update and says that she will do her best to go on the April 15 Pilgrimage.
Berry thanks Mrs. Hammond for how she and her secretary operate their business system. She tells Mrs. Hammond about the wonderful Christmas Tree they had at Possum Trot. She also tells her about the letters she has received from people who think Berry has raised over two million dollars and that she is going to correct these people in the next Highlander.