, Preidant W.W.Atwood, April 8t, t9,u,
QiArk UniVertii ...
Dear Prsident Atwgood*
X am more than glad to be abge to tiforom you
that. I shall be in BudapaOt during the Uirst sieaer of
tbU oQar1n aeatdea.e yOr. Two d~as ago I reeieL* trw o
the BRetor la6ni&tiou of tbh Roeyal aL narle a Palatine
Joseph Unlverslty tbo of~ iial letter of 1UXnvation~i A;
Ait a$ to aooept the position of vieStineg leotU er lt
oanom1S G3egraphy for the first team duruwt the ext
aoatdmio yar. Witi th o oonfent of Deana Mth early I
accepted the position.
Thie being the oase I feel greatly honored
to represent QOark rUnilveiral ty the Terentenary
oelebrations of the foqtnatil n oa the Royal tmarftikL
Palmany Peter ULVorresity
Will you be Qs k~1d sd inform me about the
iut e whioh I ae to pe.ortom a e onneotion with thi
President W.W.Atwood, April 27, 1958.
My deer President Atwoed,
I received your letter of the 24th, and I am glad
to be able to inform you that aooordlng to present plans I
hell be in Budapest during the first semester of the coming
aoademie year. I received recently the official letter of
inv1iattoiQ to servo as a vi8iting lecturer in Eoonam Geography
at the Eoonomio FPoulty of the royal nmgarin Joaeph Nador
University which invitation I "T-.cepted*
Suoh being the oase I.feel greatly honored to
represent C1ark University at the celebrations of the
Tegntenary of the ofundation of the Royal Iungari&n Peter
PqIM r University.
411 you be so kind i- inform me. about the duties
which I have to perform in connection with tis affair.