Letters of Albert Einstein

Letters from Albert Einstein to a variety of correspondents. A number of letters discuss the fate of Jews in Europe and other aspects of World War II. Others deal with Brandeis University, Jewish affairs in the United States, and personal matters. Materials are primarily in German and have been translated into English.


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Albert Einstein autograph draft unsigned, [1939?]
Albert Einstein autograph draft unsigned, [1939?]
ADft. Letter on the recto of a sheet of autograph mathematical equations. At the bottom of the letter are notes meant for Otto Nathan and Herbert Maass. Final paragraph (p.1) along the right margin.
Albert Einstein to Mr. Lazurs, 19 July 1947
Albert Einstein to Mr. Lazurs, 19 July 1947
TLS. On embossed letterhead “A. Einstein, 112, Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.”
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan Written at the bottom and side of a letter from Otto Nathan to Albert Einstein, [Feb 1939?]
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan Written at the bottom and side of a letter from Otto Nathan to Albert Einstein, [Feb 1939?]
ALS, O. Nathan to A. Einstein, with AL (last two paragraphs), A. Einstein to O. Nathan. Final paragraph is written along left margin.
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan written at the bottom of the letter from Maass and Davidson, [August 1939?]
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan written at the bottom of the letter from Maass and Davidson, [August 1939?]
TLS, David C. Westory to O. Nathan (original in English). On letterhead: “Maass & Davidson Attorneys 20 Exchange Place New York.” ALS, A. Einstein to Miss Gottsehr (original in German).
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan, 1 Dec 1937
Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan, 1 Dec 1937
TLS. On embossed letterhead: “A. Einstein, 112, Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.”

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