September 10, 1949
Mr. Pincus Berner
Ernst, Cane & Berner
25 West 43rd Street
New York 18, N. Y.
Thank you for your letter of August 31. I am enclosing my check as per your statement.
Our trip back was wonderful, but I’ll save all the descriptions of it for my novel. I must say, however, that if you ever want to see the most beautiful part of the country, go to Colorado. Frank and I fell in love with it. The next time you boast about the beautiful bay you discovered in Massachussetts, we will tell you about the valley we discovered in Colorado.[*]
It was wonderful seeing you all again. Please give our thanks to Ann and Rose for the very enjoyable evenings we had at your house. I am back at work on my new novel—and I hope it won’t be too long before I come back to New York with it.
With best regards from both of us,
*See AR’s August 29, 1960, letter to John Hospers, regarding Ouray, Colorado [Letter 458].