In Lviv, 28/2/1936.
Most Honourable Professor!
I thank you most cordially for sending me such lovely wishes, full of genuine kindness, on my name day. In today’s hard times, when it’s difficult to foresee what the years will bring us, the good wishes of kind people reinforce our strength to do our work and our faith in its usefulness. Thus it is with even greater gratitude that I’ve accepted your wishes for me today.
I enclose expressions of profound esteem and genuine veneration