D O C U M E N T 4 0 9 F E B R U A R Y 1 9 2 9 3 7 5 I would be very glad if you were also willing to participate in this meeting. If you agree, the most practical way to proceed seems to me to be for you to contact Mr. Nieuwland directly, so that the bridge of personal trust would be immediately built. However, if you think it necessary or desirable, I would also gladly arrange the meeting. In the hope of soon receiving a favorable reply, warm regards from your A. Einstein P.S. I ask that Mr. Nieuwland’s letter be returned to me along with your reply. 409. From Sigmund Freud [Vienna,] 20 February 1929 Dearest [Sir], It goes without saying that you can count on me in this matter.[1] I only wish I could give much more than my name. I assume that you are well and greet you with heartfelt devotion, your Freud
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