The letter, which is over 100 years old is written in the old German script. It is about a three page letter. Could anyone translate it for me?
You could join the German group here https://community.familysearch.org/en/categories/gp-groups?route=research-groups and ask your question.
There are experienced research groups that may be able to help you.
You will need to have a good scan of the document preferably in jpg format at this point we cannot upload a PDF in communities, but that may change in the future. So one you have the document ready then chose add image second icon at the bottom left (upload image)
Please add inforamtion that you would like clarification on eg; What you can make out and you could also use Google Translate as well as other translation programs.
All the best
Welcome to this "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly User/Patron ...
As has already been suggested, one or more of the 'Groups' in the "Groups" Section; specifically, relating to "German", would be the way yo go.
Where the members of those 'Groups' are willing to help/assist as, required; and, able.
These 'Groups" are "Public"; and, one just needs to "Join", to ask, a question; or, for for some help/assistance.
For starters ...
Here are a few of such those 'Groups':
[ 1 ]
This group covers German research, handling topics such as research, Family History Library classes, collections, websites, and changes in the world of genealogy for the German empire.
[ 2 ]
[ ie. "German" speaking; but, can you post in "English"; &, you will get responses in "English" &/or "German" ]
Eine Gruppe, die sich mit Themen wie Forschung, Familiengeschichte, Urkundensammlungen, Websites und Veränderungen in der Welt der Genealogie für den deutschsprachigen Raum beschäftigt.
A group that deals with topics such as research, family history, document collections, websites and changes in the world of genealogy for German-speaking countries.
Just in case ...
[ 3 ]
Austria, Hungary, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Croatia; parts of Italy, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia. Other key terms: Banat, Bessarabia, Bohemia, Bukovina, Czech Republic, Dalmatia, Galicia, Moravia, Tirol, Transylvania, Vojvodina
I hope this helps, somewhat.
If no-one in a FamilySearch Group is able to assist, Sütterlinstube Hamburg e.V is a non profit organization based in Hamburg which will, for a donation, transcribe from Old German to Latin script, old handwritten documents, such as diaries or other family documents. German language website but currently closed until the beginning of September due to the summer break.
Thank you for your responses. We will see what becomes of this.