LIST OF
ILLUSTRATIONS
Map
page 2
(Illustrations
follow
p.
60)
1.
Hermann
Einstein,
Albert's father.
(Courtesy
The Hebrew
University
of
Jerusalem)
2.
Pauline
Einstein,
Albert's mother.
(Courtesy
The Hebrew
University
of
Jerusalem)
3.
The house at
Bahnhofstrasse
20, ca. 1930,
in
Ulm,
where Einstein
was
born.
(Courtesy
Stadtarchiv
Ulm)
4.
The earliest known
photograph
of Einstein.
(Courtesy
Süddeutscher
Verlag,
Munich)
5.
Einstein and
his
sister Maria
(Maja)
in 1884.
(Courtesy L. Jacobi)
6.
Plans for
1886
enlargement
of Einstein
villa in
Munich.
Upper
left,
the
planned facade
of the
house; upper right, plan
of the entire
Einstein
property;
lower
portion, ground plans
of the
villa.
(Courtesy
Stadtarchiv
München)
7.
The Petersschule
on
Blumenstrasse
in
Munich,
the
primary
school
Einstein
attended,
ca.
1880.
8.
The
Luitpold-Gymnasium
in Munich,
ca.
1912.
(Courtesy
Stadtarchiv
München)
9.
Class
photograph
taken
in
1889,
when Einstein
was
in his first
or
second
year
at
the
Luitpold-Gymnasium. (Courtesy
Stadtarchiv
Ulm)
10.
Max
Talmey. (Courtesy
E.
Mulhern)
11.
Einstein
in 1893.
(Courtesy
The Hebrew
University
of
Jerusalem)
12.
Watercolor,
ca.
1900,
of the
factory
built
by
Jakob and Hermann
Einstein
in
Pavia.
(Courtesy
E.
Migliavacca)
13.
Courtyard
of via
Foscolo
11,
Pavia,
where
Einstein's
family lived,
1895-1896.
The
building
dates from the seventeenth
century. (Cour-
tesy
G.
Torti)
14.
Caesar
Koch,
Einstein's
uncle,
ca.
1910.
(Courtesy
P. Koch)
15.
Gustav Maier in
1896.
(Courtesy B. Anner-Maier)
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