Postcard from Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz written 03.02.1938
Honoured and Dear Professor:
I did not write at all, for I had hoped to write you a [proper] letter. Meanwhile, lots of activities and complications absolutely prevent this. You were right not to read my manuscripts. I have completely changed everything and I am ashamed of the old version. When you have the opportunity, maybe you could send it to me (and heroically I will cover the cost). Maybe you can send me [a note], I ask kindly, about what is going on with you along with “Studia Philosophica” to Szuman’s address (Słowacki street 15, apt. 9). The report was in essence my letter. On Monday I have to go to Kr[akow], and I have a cold.
ERFB [I enclose words of respect and friendship for you both] FG [family greetings] 3W [Your faithful Witkacy].
I have witnessed here very interesting stories in relation to philosophy and psychology. I will tell you about it in person.
Dr. Roman Ingarden
Zacharjewicz Street 7, apt. 8