November 14, 1969
I was truly happy to hear from you. After all these years, I did not know where to inquire about you. I certainly had not forgotten you. Frank and I have often mentioned you, wondering what had happened to you.
Please let me know how you are and what you are doing. Your mention of my predictions coming true sounds a little ominous. I hope that you are all right and that you were able to get over the influence of the Hiss family.
If you can afford to return the $500, I will appreciate it. But if it is a financial strain, you do not have to return it now. I have not forgotten that you waited when I owed you money.
I will not attempt to tell you all the things that happened to me in all these years until I hear about you. But if you have not read my novel Atlas Shrugged, I would like to send you a copy of it.
With love from both of us,