Some of the several handwritten bills from the Casa di Cura (House of Cures) “Villa Garda.”
They are to Giacomo Galli – first class, number 10 room
May 6th, 1927 this bill documents daily charges from April 27th to May 6th, 1927 for 1175 Lire.
Another dated May 16th, 1927, for the dates May 6th, 1927 – May 16th, 1927 for 1115 Lire, plus additions and taxes to Total 3150 Lire. It was paid, and 13 stamps of 10 cents each are attached.
A bill dated May 26th, 1927, for charges from May 16th to May 26th, 1927 for 1,000 Lire. On the back Giacomo wrote: Erminia Nevi, 112 Wilmont Avenue. Cumberland, Md.
A bill dated June 5, 1927, for daily charges from April 27th to June 5, 1927 for 1035 Lire. Wine was extra. The charges were paid and bear the state stamps.
It is not possible to read what the charges represent but in several cases the amount is expressed as 2cc or 5cc, indicating injections. Giacomo was there a total of 39 days: from April 3rd to June 5, 1927