Postcard to Kazimierz Twardowski written 05.07.1928
Stanisławów [now Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine], 5/7
Most Honourable Professor!
It turned out that the information given me in Lviv regarding where the Course in which I’m lecturing would be held, and where I would stay, was in error. As a result, the address I gave you is incorrect. Just in case, I’m giving you the correct address on the reverse. I’m going to stay here until the 28th of this month. I have 18 hours of lectures a week; apart from that, a few classes, with correction of assignments. In spite of this, I still have a little free time for myself, which I’m making use of for my paper. I spent 24 hours visiting my wife in Krynica. She looks a bit better, but her pulse rate is still high. Krynica has changed over the 20 years since I last saw it, significantly for the better.
I enclose expressions of profound esteem and respect and once again wish you a good holiday and rest.
If by chance the new issue of [Philosophical] Movement comes out before 28/7, I’d be very grateful if you’d send it to me in Stanisławów.