D O C U M E N T 1 4 5 J U N E 1 9 2 1 1 8 7
With warmest regards to you and to Mrs. Einstein, in which my
Morris R. Cohen
P. S. I enclose a German translation of this letter, but I don’t know which you will
find easier to read.
ALS. [32 444]. Written on letterhead “The College of the City of New York Department of
Philosophy.” A German translation of the letter in Cohen’s hand is omitted [32 446].
This letter was returned to the sender and had to be re-sent in late July 1921 (see Doc. 190).
Cohen served as interpreter when Einstein delivered four popular lectures on 18–21 April at the
College of the City of New York (CCNY). He summarized them in Cohen 1921a.
Possibly Cohen 1916 and 1918 inter alia.
The invitation to give six lectures at Columbia University was extended by Michael Pupin in
Dunn was an alumnus of CCNY.
Mary Cohen-Ryshpan (1880–1942).
145. From Richard B. Haldane
Westminster, 6 June 1921
Dear Professor Einstein,
I send this to greet you on your arrival in our
You will find yourself
as admired a figure here as in America; at least as much so.
I am looking forward to yourself and Mrs Einstein dining here on Friday
and the Archbishop of
will I hope
be [here] to meet you, as well as representatives of the learned world. Would you
and Mrs Einstein be so kind as to arrive here, if convenient at 7:55. The other
guests will come a few minutes later, & my
& I would like much to see you
I enclose letters which have come for you.
I also venture to send you a book I have just published, on the philosophical im-
portance of the doctrine for which you have done so
With deep respect Yours truly
Queen Anne’s Gate is [in] Westminster, near the Houses of Parliament.
What will your address be in London?
ALS. [32 627]. Written on letterhead “28, Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster.” There are perforations
for a loose-leaf binder at the left margin of the document.
Einstein arrived in Liverpool on 8 June (Times [London], 9 June 1921). Haldane had invited the
Einsteins to stay with him in Doc. 130.
For details of the dinner, see 10 June 1921 in Calendar.
David Lloyd George (1863–1945).