In Lviv, 26 November, 1934.
I’m returning the list of discount subscribers with a confirmation of the amount received as well as the cash voucher for Dr Mehlberg[O1] ’s travel costs. A thought came to me ex post [Latin: from behind] as to whether he wouldn’t have to be paid 15 zlotys ‘for reimbursement of travel expenses for a lecture at the Polish Philosophical Society and stay in Lviv’ ‒ because Mehlberg probably had some other expenses besides the travel costs alone while travelling to Lviv for the lecture. I leave the decision in this regard to you, and if this decision is in favour of the sum of 15 zlotys, I’ll send another voucher as soon as I’m informed (by phone).
To simplify the matter of supplementing the letter to the directors of the Gal. [Galician] Savings Bank, I’ve rewritten it, giving it (in terms of signatures) the form consistently applied in the official letters of the Department. Please, then, ask Dr Kreutz [O2] to add his signature to the letter.
Wouldn’t it be necessary to add the typewritten name and surname of each signing individual to the sheet with the specimen signatures, to the left of the signatures? If you share this opinion, please accordingly implement this using your typewriter.
Finally, while you’re at it, please give me the date of letter L. 373/34 to P.K.O. [Powszechna Kasa Oszczędności; Universal Savings Bank].
I enclose expressions of genuine esteem and cordial collegial greetings.
[O1]Henryk Mehlberg (1904‒79)
[O2]Mieczysław Kreutz (1893‒1971)