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LIST
OF
ILLUSTRATIONS
16. Building
of the
Aargau
Kantonsschule,
inaugurated
in
1896.
(M.
Schatzmann)
17.
Home of the Winteler
family
in Aarau,
where Einstein lived while
a
pupil
at
the
Aargau
Kantonsschule.
(M.
Schatzmann)
18.
Jost
Winteler,
Professor
at
the
Gymnasium, Aargau Kantonsschule,
ca.
1880.
(Courtesy
Sauerländer
Verlag,
Aarau).
19.
Einstein,
ca.
1895-1896.
A copy is
dedicated "Alla
signora
ma non
alla
signorina Marangoni
suo
amico Albert Einstein"
("To
Mrs. but
not Miss
Marangoni
from
your
friend
Albert
Einstein"). (Courtesy E.
Sanesi)
20. Einstein,
seated
on left,
with other members of the senior
class
of the
Gewerbeschule,
Aargau
Kantonsschule
in 1896.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek, Zurich)
21.
The main
building
of the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek,
Zurich)
22.
Albin
Herzog,
Professor of Mechanical
Engineering
and Director of
the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek,
Zurich)
23.
Adolf
Hurwitz,
Professor of
Higher
Mathematics and Head of Section
VI
A
at
the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek, Zurich)
24.
The
physics building
at
the time Einstein
was a
student
at
the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek, Zurich)
25.
Heinrich
Friedrich
Weber,
Professor
of Mathematical and Technical
Physics
at
the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek, Zurich)
26.
Lecture
hall in
the
physics building,
ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek,
Zurich)
27.
Electrotechnical
laboratory
of the
physics building,
ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek,
Zurich)
28.
Einstein
while
a
student
at
the ETH
or
shortly
after
graduation. (Cour-
tesy
L. Jacobi)
29.
Mileva
Maric,
ca.
1896. (Courtesy
Schweizerische
Landesbibliothek,
Bern)
30.
Alfred Stern,
Professor of
History
at
the ETH.
(Courtesy
ETH
Bibliothek,
Zurich)
31.
Michele
Besso
and
his
bride,
Anna
Besso-Winteler, 1898. (Courtesy
Besso
family)
32.
Facsimile of letter from Einstein
to
Rosa
Winteler, 29
April 1899,
corresponding
to
Doc.
46.
(Courtesy
Special
Collections,
Mugar
Library,
Boston
University)
(J.
Foley)
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