A handwritten and notarized legal document dated March 2, 1927 to the American Consular service in Venice. It states that Giacomo Galli of Caprino Veronese is actually bedridden in Verona and was too ill to travel to the United States on April 3, 1926 on the ship Count Biancamano from Genoa in Italy because he has a grave malady. Perhaps you can return in the month of September. It is signed at Verona, March 2, 1927 by Giacomo Galli. It mentions Rosa Eliza Pezzolato and is also signed by her.

It was stamped and received at the American Consulate on March 6th, 1927.