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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein Commenting On The Unified Field Theory [Science & Technology]

Typed letter signed “A. Einstein”, to Mario Palmieri, Caputh near Potsdam, August 15, 1931. One page, 4to. in German on Einstein’s personal stationery.

Doubts about his approach to The Unified Field Theory. Einstein’s corresondent has described the essence of the theory "breifly and clearly", apart from certain specific points which Einstein declines to specify. "On the other hand it seems to me that your little paper [Schriftchen] could not be comprehensible ot a layman. Yet it may be that in this relation I am not the right judge. I would like to add that the unified field theory has not as yet been brought to a successful conclusion and that I have some doubts that I am on the right path".

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Albert Einstein ALS

Albert Einstein autograph letter signed; chastises his young love interest, Ethel Michanowski, for showering him with expensive gifts [Judaica] [e04]

Autograph letter signed "A.E.", One page, Quarto, dated May 24,1931 from “Oxford”. Written in German to young German socialite Ethel Michanowski.

Exhibit Information: 2004 American Museum of Natural History Traveling Program

K08970.02
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Albert Einstein Typed Letter

Albert Einstein Typed Letter; displaying both his amazing socio-political insight and his complex mathematical mind [Judaica] [e27]

Typed letter (unsigned), One page, Quarto, dated October 8, 1950. A carbon copy of a letter written in English in response to an earlier Three page letter from Mark van Doren, the verso of which Einstein has written out a full page of Handwritten Mathematical Computations and Formulas. In the response to Van Doren’s letter, Einstein explains why he has not signed the statement prepared by Van Doren urging the prohibition of German remilitarization.



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