Thursday, May 18th 1922
At last you arrive in New York City. The chaos and noise of the city serves as a soothing reminder that you are home, and away from the unpleasant if idyllic countryside of Connecticut.
Over the next two days you slowly reintegrate yourselves back into your daily lives. On the third day a letter arrives. It is sealed in a plain white envelope with no return address. In a flowing, neat script the following is written
It is time for us to meet.
Please arrive promptly at the address listed below at 1PM on Saturday, May 20th.
All will be explained, and tell noone. 121 76th street
8th floor New York City
Mr. Charles Hallbrook