My dear Professor Jung, Oct. 14, 1945
I had hardly thanked you for your first letter when your second letter arrived. It has quite staggered me.
It will unfortunately be some days before
I have an opportunity to reply to it.
This brief note is just to thank you with all my heart.
Meanwhile, “It” simply insists that I send you an unadorned record of my January dream which I have already mentioned.
Of course I do not expect you to analyse it, but I think it may interest & amuse you, & perhaps tell you much more than “ego” can about me.
I look forward very much to writing to you later in the week.
Yours very sincerely & gratefully,
VICTOR WHITE, O.P. ~Victor White, Jung-White Letters, Page 13