Freiburg, October 21, 1932
Dear Mr. Ingarden, My husband contacted N[iemeyer] regarding the printing of your work70 and I would like to inform you of the reply from N[iemeyer] who wrote: “I am certainly willing to publish the new work of Professor I[ngarden], and would like to ask you to have the author send me the manuscript at his convenience so I can review it and calculate costs for a proposal.” That sounds promising and I am sure it will certainly make you happy. Anyway, this solution is a better one for you, since the Yearbook may not be printed before spring. My husband is working on it diligently to make his intentions clear. What a dedication to the greatest difficulties!
n Best regards to both of you!
n n n Yours cordially, M[alvine] Husserl