December 18, 1982
I can hardly believe that it’s almost Christmas. I have been quite deluged with work, and can say that I’ve accomplished a lot, but still not as much as I would like. The fact that it has taken me until now to finish Reciprocity (I hope to get a copy to you in time for Christmas), while it should have been done months ago, is one of the things I regret. On the other hand, I would say it is the best one so far.
From Frank I hear that you have been working on the astronomy book; as you know, I am very anxious to see this book published. Please let me know if there is anything I could do—such as looking up references in the astronomy library here.
Please give my warm regards to Dorothy. I wish you a happy, healthy and productive 1983.
P.S. I enclose two papers by Nehru which you may have seen; a proposal by him for an ISUS logo; the new corrected version of the By-laws (to be sent out with this issue of Reciprocity; and a copy of the ad from FS which will also be sent out with this issue. I hope you were satisfied with the way Elizabeth published your article (copy enclosed).