May 18, 1919
Dear Professor Lewis:
In deciding to stay at the Institute the prospect of coming occasionally to Berkeley probably had some effect, as
had perhaps also your own opinion regarding the matter. At any rate, I have regained my peace of mind.
I have permission from the Executive Council to come to Berkeley for a month (or longer on alternate years) every
year. I should imagine that April might be a good month, what would you say to that? At any rote for next year? But I am willing
to come at almost any other time. Still, the spring would suit me best.
If you are in Berkeley for the AAAS meeting next month I would like to see you then.