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March 22 TLC from Emil Schwamberger, mayor of Ulm. The city is
proud of its son’s scientific achievements. On behalf of city
council and the local council, conveys his congratulations.
Provenance: GyU. [70 953].
before March 23 Is invited by the Norwegian Students’ Union to the Univer-
sity of Christiania (Oslo) to deliver a few lectures there.
March 23 1-page TLC to Neue Freie Presse. Cannot fulfill their
request for a popular article on the theory of relativity
because his skill in popularizing science is limited and
because excellent generally comprehensible articles have
recently been published on the subject. Provenance: IsJHU.
3-page ALS from Adolf Lindemann. Invites Einstein to
deliver a lecture for the Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein in
Hamburg when Einstein travels through Hamburg on his
way to or from Christiania. Provenance: IsJHU. [44 532].
1-page TLS from Heinrich Prinz [Einstein’s lawyer] in Ber-
lin. Sends a document pertaining to Einstein’s rental prob-
lems for signature, to be forwarded to Schöneberg
conciliation board. A copy was sent to Einstein’s present
landlord; Otto Eisfelder kept a copy. See entries of 24 and
25 March. Provenance: IsJHU. [44 712].
2-page TLC from Heinrich Prinz to Ludwig G. Rebholz. On
behalf of Einstein, turned to the Schöneberg conciliation
board because of Rebholz’s notice to quit (see entry of 24
March). The board will decide on the maximum increase of
rent as soon as the guidelines will be fixed. In the meantime,
Prinz proposes to extend the present contract by a year.
Provenance: IsJHU. [44 713].
March 24 1-page TLC Elsa Einstein to Ludwig G. Rebholz. Otto Eis-
felder proceeded as is customary with a new contract, fixing
a higher rent. Heinrich Prinz sent the letter to Ludwig G.
Rebholz (see previous entry) by mistake; he should have
sent it to Eisfelder who had sent the notice out. On 23
March there was a discussion with Rebholz over the matter
(see entry of 28 March). Hopes to reach an agreement on the
contract. Provenance: IsJHU. [44 714].
1-page TLS from Barth publishing house. The first print of
Einstein 1916f is running out. There is demand for further