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The Atlanta and Lowry National Bank Chairman, Robert F. Maddox, is writing Miss Martha Berry thanking her for her faithfulness to the bank. He plans to send her the bank's new calendar for the year of 1929.
Mr. Maddox writes he will go over the audit and speak with Mr. Alston about getting a financial statement for the schools. He will advise Miss Berry in a few days.
J. S. Kennedy replies to The Berry Schools' letter of the 6th, attention to E. H. Hoge. He says that the Endowment Account at Pryor Street is the almost the same as the one at Whitehall Street so he places it on the same basis as the Whitehall Street Accounts, with a 2/5% interest rate on balances of $5,000 and above.