Dear Sister Kelley
I have just written to Mary Swope saying that we will send the package to her. She has an attic you know and I am sure she will harbor it.
Please send the bill to me and I will remit.
Don't you want to bring John here for the rest of his convalescence? The lady managers will all be good to him and he might work in the shops. Stanley is very anxious about plans for next summer which shall include him. Of course I shall rejoice to see poor Margaret. Won't her mother be in Boston any time between the [page 2] 15th of March and the 22d?
I am just crawling out from a ten day attack of mean [tonsillitis].
Always yours J.A.
Feb'y 27" 1904