4 6 4 D O C U M E N T S 2 9 7 , 2 9 8 J U L Y A U G U S T 1 9 2 4
AKS (IsJNLI/Schwadron Mss. Collection, Einstein Collection). [120 908]. The card is addressed
“Fräulein Betty Neumann Maassenstr. 11 Berlin” and postmarked “Genève Exp. Lettres 28 VII 1924
9–10.”
[1]At the fourth session of the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation,
[2]Including her cousin and his wife, Hans Mühsam and Minna Mühsam-Adler.
297. To Luise Karr-Krüsi
[Zurich, 29 or 30 July
1924][1]
Herzliche Grüsse von Frau Einstein II an Frau
Karr.[2]
Geschmuggelt und über-
bracht durch
A. Einstein senior und
junior.[3]
ADS (Greg Norman, Surrey, UK). [123 436]. Folds in the paper suggest that this document was used
to wrap candy.
[1]Dated on the assumption that this is the note Einstein left with candy for the Karrs, to be deliv-
ered by Hans Albert and Eduard during Einstein’s stay in Zurich (see Doc. 299).
[2]Elsa Einstein. Luise Karr-Krüsi (1873–1959) was the wife of Albert Karr-Krüsi.
[3]Einstein and Hans Albert Einstein.
298. From Louis A. Bauer[1]
Washington, D.C. August 4, 1924 (No. B1).
My dear Prof. Einstein:
Since July 1923 I have had the pleasure of sending you to your Berlin address,
as above, the following publications:
1. Chief results of a preliminary analysis of the Earth’s magnetic field for 1922
by Louis A. Bauer, Terr. Mag., March–June,
1923.[2]
2. Some physical aspects of a recent analysis of the Earth’s magnetic field by
Louis A. Bauer, Science, v. 58, No. 1494, Aug. 17,
1923[3]
3. The Earth’s magnetic field for 1922 by Louis A. Bauer, Nature, August 25,
1923[4]
4. Report of the Department Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of
Washington[5]
Let me hope that these publication have arrived safely in spite of your absence
from Berlin.
I have been looking forward with much anticipation to the publication of your
proposed paper on gravitation and terrestrial magnetism, but thus far I have seen no
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