I have just returned from the Glasgow conference, where I enjoyed meeting many of your followers, and people I have only been in correspondence with till then. About the proceedings I wish to report to you with the enclosed copies, (1) of a comment I prepared for UMSCHAU to pass on to the media, and (2) of the letter I wrote to the editor of the S.I.S. Review: it is about a development I wish to bring out for discussion in time.
On the way to Glasgow I met with Mr. Kluwer, your Dutch publisher, in Holland. We should extend his contract to cover Peoples and Ramses, and I will see to it that the royalties now should be based on Swiss currency, and whether the conditions realistically follow past and intended future sales. There was also an inquiry from Sweden, by Berghs, which at the time I am investigating.
I feel it necessary here to say that Im still faithfully proceeding according to your original instructions, and that I shall not depart from our agreement without mutually having found a better solution, if you think a change should be considered at all.
I heard that you have not been in the best of health recently, and I would be grateful for an open word on this. I like to think back of the time a year ago, of our lively discussions, and I hope that again springtime and the continuing success of your work, and much that we have achieved in the meantime will by now have had their good effect.
With my very best wishes and friendly regards, yours