Palmas y Altavista
I received your letter of April 26 for which I thank you very much. Please thank everybody for their good will towards me.
As soon as I arrive in San Francisco, we might choose the helpers that the WPR offered. I leave the plastermen to you entirely since you know the conditions of men and material there, better than I.
For important reasons, I need to leave Mexico City as soon as possible. Please do not forget this. I should be in San Francisco, May 25, or, at the latest, June 3. I would appreciate it if you sent me, as soon as you could, the amount covering the expenses of the trip, the thousand dollars we stipulated.
I enclose a letter I received. Until I know your opinion, I do not wish to act. The letter probably has no importance but is certainly a "provocation."
Kindest regards and greetings to Gerstle, Stackpole, Eloesser, Bender, and all our friends. I expect to be in San Francisco, May 25 or, at the latest, June 3.
P.S. Frida sends you and all her San Francisco friends, kindest regards.