50 | Muriel Conze [22/09/80]

Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for your letter of the 17th September. I would
like to help you with all your many enquiries, but it is a little difficult
to know what to say or where to start, as you wish to see so many things.
I think it would be impossible to send you all these things and therefore
I think your idea of trying to visit England and me and coming to the
house to look at some of these books and papers and make your notes
from them is a good one. Of course let me know what you propose to do
so that I can make some arrangements for you.

In the meanwhile I shall get in touch with Professor Ninia Smart
of Lancaster University who is helping me with Dr. Conze's books
and papers and he will guide me in this matter somewhat.

I see from the files that Dr. Conze has had quite a long
correspondence with you during the past years.

I am sorry I cannot be of more help to you at the moment.
Perhaps you will get in touch with me again.

Kind regards,
Yours sincerely,

(Mrs.) Muriel Conze