Incoming foreign mail (1986)
Letter, D. G. Skordev->A.P. Ershov, 07.01.1986
The author reminds that less than 9 monthes remain to the beginning of Summer school and conference "Mathematical Logic and its applications". Everybody will be happy to meet the addressee. If the addressee does not object including his talk in the Proceedings it's necessary to send a paper as mentioned in the letter.
Letter, W. M. Turski->A.P. Ershov, 15.01.1986
The author informs that he sends to the addressee two last issues of the "Bulletin". He briefly defines a content of each part. /Handwritten text./
Letter, M. L. Dertouzos->A.P. Ershov, 24.01.1986
The author was saddened to hear the disease diagnosis, but he is happy for the addressee proceeded with his work. The author wishes quick recovery. He briefly writes about his work.
Letter on a Form, C.-E. Froeberg->A.P. Ershov, 25.01.1986
The author thanks for the letter and referee reports. He has learned about the addressee's illness and told about his own similar operation in June 1977. He is ready to answer any guestions. He asks, if possible, to find some of senior scientists who would be interested to work at Lund University.
Letter, H. Zemanek->A.P. Ershov, 28.01.1986
The author briefly replies for the addressee's "Christmas letter", because he is very busy. He is very glad of good news concerning the addressee's health. He writes about his affairs, wishes happy New year.
Letter, Tony Hoare->A.P. Ershov, 04.02.1986
The answer by C.A.R. Hoare to the Ershov's "Christmas letter".
Letter, D. E. Knuth->A.P. Ershov, 18.02.1986
The author hopes for good outcome of Ershov's. He asks to send him copies of Urgench proceedings.
Letter, M. L. Juncosa->A.P. Ershov, 18.02.1986
with greetings.
Letter, N. Metropolis->A.P. Ershov, 27.02.1986
The author received postcard from the addressee. He believes that his health recovery continues. The author trusts that the addressee has to play the most important role in an application of computers in the education system. He wishes all the best in 1986.
Letter with Attachment, E. Boerger->A.P. Ershov, 10.03.1986
The author was advised to send the annotation of his new book to the addressee to discuss a possibility of translation to Russian. The book will be send by publisher. The annotation is enclosed.
Letters, L. Montz->A.P. Ershov, 10.03.1986
The author sends to the addressee the translation of his book "Introduction to Theoretical Programming" for his approval. He asks A.Ershov several questions in connection with correct translation of several terms.
Form, 12.03.1986
for an order of the named journal.
Letter, J. McCarthy->A.P. Ershov, 16.03.1986
The answer by John McCarthy to the Ershov's "Christmas letter".
Letter, 18.03.1986
The author asks the addressee in future mailings to give some definite information for light finding his name on the long list of addressees.
Mail Receipt, 24.03.1986
to the post package with the book by Egon Boerger.
Letter, B. Christensen->A.P. Ershov, 29.03.1986
The author hidhly appreciates the paper by A.Ershov "Basic Concepts of Algorithms and Programming ... ". He tells about his activity and promises to send the book on the system COMAL.
Covering Letter, A. Goscinski->A.P. Ershov, 18.04.1986
for preprints edited by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Wollongong.
Letter on a Form, K.V. Nori->A.P. Ershov, 18.04.1986
The author asks the addressee's consent to review some papers for the conference on Foundations of Software Technology and Theoretical Computer Science which will be held in New Delhi on 18-20 December, 1986.
Letter, 16.05.1986
The addressee, as Editorial Board Member, is informed about two editorial board meetings of journal "Education & Computing".
Covering Letter, 22.05.1986
to the IFIP'86 Congress Brochure (Dublin, Ireland, 1-5 September, 1986). Request to inform the author, if it's need the further copies.

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