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M. L. Richardson thanks Miss Berry for the box of cotton and sends hopes for a good Christmas season.

Lyman thanks Miss Berry for sending an interesting box of cotton, and explains her delay in writing t Miss Berry

Bertha Black writes to Martha Berry thanking her for the box of cotton that was sent to her. She discusses the weather and hopes that Martha Berry is well and hopes she has escaped the flu.

Mrs. Watson thanks Martha Berry for the box of cotton balls and says she showed them off to her friends. She also tells Martha Berry that she is leaving for California in a day to visit her two sons.

Mr. Lloyd thanks Miss Berry for the box of cotton she sent as a Christmas greeting.

Bushnell thanks Miss Berry for the magazines she has sent, assures her that everyone has read them, and notes that they have been distributed to others. She mentions receiving notice of a "Memory Books of School day Life" and wants to send some to Miss Berry. Bushnell thanks Miss Berry for her Christmas gift of a box of cotton and assures her that it is doing well in New Jersey. The cotton had been passed to a kindergarten teacher that found it most useful.

Mrs. Williams thanks Martha Berry for the box of cotton that was sent to her at Christmas time.

Mr. Stetson is thanking Miss Berry for a small box of cotton that she sent him.

Mrs. Ina A. Pratt thanks Martha Berry for the boxes of cotton as well as the tie for Mr. Pratt that she received at Christmas time.

Meacham writes that the box of cotton arrived before Christmas and that she used some of it to decorate. She reports on mutual friends and acquaintenances.

Mary (Hannah) Jennings writes to Martha Berry, thanking her for the "charming" box of cotton and the enjoyment it brought to her home. Mrs. Jennings also encloses a small donation to her "wonderful work."

Miss Kolbe thanks Martha Berry for the box of cotton and calendar that were sent to her at Christmas time. She also sends a $25.00 donation to the Berry Schools.

Miss Gould writes to Martha with half of a donation for a scholarship, and writes that she will send the other half at a later date when circumstances allow.


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