Letter to the Polish Academy of Science written 10.02.1966
Prof. Roman Ingarden
Krakow, Biskupia 14 v v v v v Krakow, 2/10/1966, 9.30 a.m.
Due to the fact that I have not received a reply to my telegram /with paid answer/ which I sent the day before yesterday, I would like to kindly inform you that I cannot cancel my lecture at the Krakow Branch of P.P.S. and, consequently, I cannot be present at the meeting announced to take place on 10/12 in Warsaw. Therefore, I shall limit myself to simply listing the names of the persons I would propose as members of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the coming years, in the following order:
v 1. prof. Tadeusz Czeżowski
v 2. prof. Czesław Znamierowski
v 3. prof. Maria Ossowska
v 4. prof. Adam Krokiewicz
v 5. prof. Izydora Dąmbska
v 6. prof. Mieczysław Wallis.
v v I am not naming any possible candidates for future PAS members from the circle of pedagogy, as I am not sure who could qualify.
My deepest respect.