LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
(Illustrations follow
p.
214)
1.
Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein sit for their
wedding portrait
in
the
atelier of Emil Vollenweider in
Bern, January
1903.
(Courtesy
Evelyn
Einstein)
2.
Conrad
Habicht,
Maurice
Solovine,
and Einstein
as
members of the
Olympia Academy
in
Bern,
1902-1903.
(Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek)
3.
The Einstein
family
in
Kramgasse, Bern, 1904.
(Courtesy Evelyn
Einstein)
4.
Mileva and Hans Albert
Einstein,
with the Kirchenfeld
bridge
of Bern
in
the
background,
1904.
(Courtesy Evelyn Einstein)
5. A
"Maschinchen" for the
measurement
of small
quantities
of electric-
ity,
acquired
ca.
1920
by
Friedrich
Paschen,
Director of the
Physics
Institute of the
University
of
Tübingen. (Courtesy
Jost
Lemmerich)
6.
Hans Albert in
Aegertenstrasse,
Bern,
ca.
1908
(see
Doc.
152).
(Cour-
tesy Evelyn
Einstein)
7.
Hendrik
A. Lorentz,
ca.
1910.
(Courtesy Rijksarchief
Noord-Holland)
8.
Elsa Löwenthal.
(Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek)
9.
Facsimile of
postcard
from Einstein
to
Paul
Ehrenfest, 2
May 1912,
corresponding
to
Doc.
390.
(Courtesy
Museum
Boerhaave)
10.
Einstein sits for his
portrait
in
the atelier of Jan
Langhans
in
Prague,
1912 (see
Docs.
434 and
436).
(Courtesy
The Hebrew
University
of
Jerusalem)
11.
Marcel
Grossmann.
(Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek)
12.
Einstein,
seated third from
left,
with
colleagues
in Zurich,
June-July
1913.
Paul
Ehrenfest stands second from left. The three
women are
probably
Eva
Bruins,
Catherine
Frankamp,
and
Sophie
Rotszajn-all
members of the
Wednesday colloquium
(see
Doc.
457).
(Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek)
13. Einstein,
Adolf
Hurwitz,
and
Lisbeth Hurwitz
on
the
balcony
of the
Hurwitz residence
in Zurich, 1913
(see
Doc.
274).
(Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek)
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