March 17, 1943
Mar del Plata,
San Martin 689
Dear Dr Jung:
I don’t know if you still remember my visit, on a very rainy day.
Through me your Tipos psichologicos were translated in Spanish.
I should very much like to publish in my revue SUR (a monthly magazine) something lately written by you (and if possible, written for us).
Will you please let me know if you get this letter?
Letters travel with some difficulty nowadays.
Victoria Ocampo Jung ~The Correspondence of Victoria Ocampo, Count Keyserling and C G Jung Page 105
July 3rd 1943
Mrs. Victoria Ocampo
San Martin, 689
Dear Mrs. Ocampo,
Your letter of March 17th reached me a few days ago.
I certainly remember your visit to Zurich and your proposition to get my book about types published.
I should like to live up to your expectations as to have an article of my pen for your magazine.
Unfortunately we have to be content if letters go through in these times.
I’m afraid that it would be absolutely useless to try to send manuscripts.
Hoping you are always in good health, I remain
C. G. Jung ~Carl Jung, The Correspondence of Victoria Ocampo, Count Keyserling and C G Jung Page 106