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A letter written in regard to scholarship money and how it can be received.
Palmer encloses payment for two installments on his portion of the Theodore Palmer Scholarship and seeks Berry's advise about how to set up an endowed scholarship with contributions by his brother and sister. On New York Times letterhead.
Donation of $250 towards the Theodore Palmer Scholarship.
Martha writes to Mr. Palmer in regards to the Palmer Scholarship, that they would not name any special boy or girl for the scholarship, as she has found it is not good policy to select a particular student for friends from the outside. She says it leads to discontent and jealousy and appreciates the help that they have received.
Theodore D. Palmer initiates an endowed scholarship funded by himself, his sister Mrs. Charles E. Taylor, and his brother Mr. Dean Palmer.