March 30, 1974
Dear Moira I was very happy to receive the beautiful calligraphy and design. I was concerned not to have heard from you since I told you I wrote my Mexico diary in your Sun book, I loved it so much. I’m glad your taking this art seriously.
Writing you on my writing paper collection-this place I never went to and I saved the paper sent to use for the Diary but for you I part with a page!
Should I return the photographs now that I have enjoyed your designs? I won’t know in time as I leave April 7 for a lecture in San Francisco and then for New York for Vol 5 and a talk at New School.
A letter from you is highly decorative and all the pain is dissolved in the legend which (is) described by Hesse.
Only a few words as I have not yet recovered my full energy. Love, Anaïs