My dear Myra
I am sending you a package of Hungarian [embroideries?], a [illegible] for you, a dress for Jane & one for [Jeremiah?] with a little [bonnet] from Mary Smith.
I am not really bringing "presents" this time but I thought you might like these things from [Budapest]. [illegible] I am sending on with my very best love. Father seems to be neglected this time but will fare better another time I hope. We landed yesterday after rather a mean voyage due to the fogs, but [page 2] both here safe & sound after all the main thing. We leave for Chicago this P.M. and because I shall be so [illegible] that I am getting the package off from N.Y.
I am all impatient to know how you are -- do plan to send me a wire the moment the [first news?] can be out. With love to the entire family great & small, I am always your loving aunt
Oct 1st 1921