Anna Danilewicz was an activist among the Polish Armenians from Bukovina and Bukovinians themselves. After the Second World War she settled in Lower Silesia, returning to her roots and memories from Bukovina, Romania, in her publications. She was regarded as a great authority among the Armenians and Bukovinians. For many years the present author exchanged letters with her, letters now analysed in the article. They contain a lot of valuable information, unknown from Anna Danilewicz’s other writings. Worthy of note are also Danilewicz’s reflections on various matters.