Nov 11" 1921
My dear Stanley,
We are still waiting for my cold to clear up but hope to leave for Baltimore next Monday Nov 16th.
I will be at the Johns Hopkins Hospital but Mary Smith will be staying with her friend Mrs Niver whose husband is a retired clergyman & I will convalesce there. All letters should better be sent in her care --
You didn't write me how much you owed the bank. I will put in a check for $500.00 which we [will] care the [two words illegible] & the Xmas check but I hope it will also do something at the bank.
Please let me know what it is as soon as I get back and I am sure that I can help in it. Don't be worried, Mary Smith will telegraph you after the operation & all the doctors are very optimistic.
Please give love to the family who sent the lovely letter.
Always your loving Aunt