Greenwood expresses regret over being unable to see Whitehead and Evelyn before their departure for the United States, says he looks forward to the next International Congress of Philosophy, mentions progress on translating one of Whithead's books, and relays that Bergson thought Whitehead's appointment to Harvard was "a very important gain for philosophy."
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Whitehead's Lost Papers
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Greenwood, Thomas, "Letter from Thomas Greenwood to Whitehead," LET995, Whitehead Research Library, accessed December 7, 2022, http://wrl.whiteheadresearch.org/items/show/2234.