My dear Mde Schwimmer
Your cablegram was forwarded to me, and I have since caught Miss Balch by a telegram.
She will meet us here, if you are willing to make this rather inconvenient journey again.
I am sorry that I can't come to New York or Boston, but it is a matter of prudence to avoid travelling as yet.
I need not tell you that I am most [eager] to see you [page 2] and that I am also impatient for Miss Balch's arrival.
I will telegraph you care of Miss Shelley <in New York, 70 Fifth Ave.> in case Miss Balch can come immediately after your landing, and we can have the interview at once.
Always Faithfully yours
July 24" 1916