Postcard from Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz written 26.07.1936
Honoured and Dear Professor,
I was just about to write to you informing you that I am already in Zakopane when I received your card, for which I thank you v[ery] much. This thing about the novel was published in “Zet”, but it seems I don’t remember the exact dates. I have a feeling it was 1933. Have you thought about coming to Zakopane? For me this would be “a smile of fortune”. All is fine, but there’s no place like the mountains.
I enclose words of respect and affection for both of you. F.G. (family greetings)
I am now reading Husserl’s Logic. Do any of your friends have any reason to renounce Rénouvier’s monadology? I really need this book for my own.
Dr. Roman Ingarden
Prof. Univ. J.K.
Zacharjewicz Street, 7 Apt. 8