4-22-13. Thomas Craig to H. Poincaré
Baltimore June 7/86
Franklin & Charles Sts.
Dear M. Poincaré,
I sent to your address about two months ago quite a large package of the Bibliographical notices for the Société Mathématique, but, as I have not heard from you I am beginning to feel a little anxious concerning them. Did you receive them? And if you did will you kindly drop me a line informing me of their safe arrival? If they have not turned up all right I shall have to repeat the work this summer. Please let me know as soon as you can so that I shall make no plans for the summer which will prevent my doing the work over again at once. When am I going to get the memoir for the Journal which you were good enough to promise me? I hope soon.
Ever sincerely yours,
ALS 2p. Collection particulière, Paris 75017.
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