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Albert Einstein Letter

Albert Einstein Letter

Einstein's theories on physics and math ushered in the nuclear age and reverberated beyond science, influencing modern culture from painting to poetry, yet he remained a humble man. After fleeing Germany when the Nazis took power, Einstein accepted an appointment at the new Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J., a scholarly retreat created around him. This July 30, 1931 letter sent to a colleague in Portugal bears a neary invisible seal reading "A. Einstein, 112 Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey, USA" and a small grade-9 signature in black ink that, at any size, is rare indeed. Letter is typed in German and EX with several fold marks, tape affixed to one fold on the back, a piece torn off the upper left corner and a small pinhole on the right corner.

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