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I read at the university that you want to come for
How is your health, by
the way? Could you perhaps go on a smaller walking tour, or could we even
perhaps go on a larger
Please do give me more specifics about this so
that I can draw up a few plans. We are unlikely to be able to leave Switzerland.
What are the living conditions like in Berlin, by the way? How’s your food, how’s
Please write me sometime soon and I hope you, too, follow soon,
because I’m always worried about you.
Many greetings from
Please bring the photographic plates with
Vol. 9, 59b. From Eduard Einstein
[Zurich, before 13 June
How are you? I’m glad that you’re coming to see
In the summer I’m going
to Rheinfelden to the saltwater
I’m now in the 3rd
I like it at
school very much. It’s raining now in Zurich.
Many greetings and kisses to you from your
Vol. 9, 66a. To Elsa Einstein
Lucerne, Monday. [30 June 1919]
Mama is suffering terribly, but is very glad to be with me. She feels quite unhap-
I’ll try to get her accommodated elsewhere, cost what it may. She’s hop-
ing to be able to go to
Maja is nursing her devotedly. She only has help
for a few hours. Mama is being tormented by mosquitoes in the apartment; it makes
airing out difficult.
In case the other postcard didn’t arrive, I repeat that I’m settled in the “Stern-
warte” [guesthouse] at a satisfactorily agreed
Tomorrow I have to return to
Fond greetings to you, the children, Mrs. Hellberg, and the
I’m feeling extraordinarily well.