Paris, June 21, 1938.
My dear Freud: [sic!!]
I was delighted to receive your note of June 18, 1938, and to hear that you are now safely settled in London. It was a great pleasure to me to see you on your passage through Paris, and I shall look forward to seeing you in London sometime this summer. Could you let me have your telephone number?
Life is moving so fast that I am usually unable to make engagements except at the last moment, and I should like to be able to telephone to you some day and fly over.