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step backwards. A general at the head of the institute! Is it then possible to stay at
the institute? I feel little inclination for it. I would be very grateful if you would lend
us your powerful hand in support.
In hoping that you are feeling well, I am, with best regards, yours very truly,
Schweydar.
131. From Zurich Physics Colloquium
Zurich 1, 69 Rämi St., 11 October 1919
All doubts have now been spent
At last it has been found:
Light naturally is bent
To Einstein’s great renown!
Hearty congratulations from
The Zurich Physics
Colloquium:[1]
Edgar Meyer, S. Ratnowsky, Pólya
R. Bär, P. Epstein, P. Debye, G. Iring
W. Steidler, K. W. Meissner, J. Weyssenhoff
A. Weinstein, Janusch Libert-Weinstein
Hello, hello! Edith, Janka Meissner (little hen)
Arn. Libert, Wolfke, Hartmann, H. Brändli
E. Stoll, Zangger, Sophie Rotszajn
H. Lourie, H. Weyl, E. Zermelo,
Mohrmann.[2]
132. From Relief and Works Agency for Palestine[1]
[Berlin, 13 October 1919]
Highly esteemed Professor,
Mr. Hermann Struck informs
us[2]
that you have announced to him your willing-
ness to sign the appeal for the Palestine Foundation Fund
Drive.[3]
In noting your
consent with many thanks, we take the liberty of submitting the appeal to you for
your k[ind] perusal.
With great respect, yours very truly,
Relief and Works Agency for Palestine
B[erger.][4]
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