I am very glad to inform you that I have settled in Bloomington, Indiana, where is not as far from your Madison.
On my way to this Bloomington, I called on Dr. O. Hayainii[?], Department of Microbiology, Washington University, St. Louis.
It was very delightful to me to see him after about 4 years' interval. When I met him there, he told me that you had spoken
of me at Berkeley, Calif. Further he let me know that you had been crowned by a price for your brilliant works in the field
of microbial genetic. With all my heart, I should like to congratulate your success in this scope of genetics.
Some day in future, I would like to visit your Madison to see you. Now, I am setting about a new works by a strain of Trypanosoma
showing [ . . . ] as you suggested, however, all my works are concerning to the autogenic variation in this species of Trypanosoma.
Very Sincerely yours
P.S. It was very regrettable that I could not visit you on my way to Bloomington from San-Francisco.