Postcard from Władysław Tatarkiewicz written 25.11.1927
EDITORIAL BOARD OF PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW
Warsaw, Hortensja 1
Honoured Doctor. I greatly regret that the summary of your dissertation will not be found in the Commemorative Book of the Congress, but I fully understand the reasons inclining you to refuse.
I was truly moved by the greetings you sent me from Marburg. I spent three full years of my youth there. I haven’t been there since 1913. Moreover, none of those who were teaching or studying with me then stayed there. However, my thoughts sometimes pull me in that direction, and your letter re-awakened memories. And at this moment I can’t drive away the image of the pleasant old university and the house on Schwanallee where I lived for three years.
So thank you very much for the pleasant remembrance, and I enclose greetings and a handshake.
Herr Roman Ingarden
Frankfurterstr. 26 II