5 3 6 D O C U M E N T S 3 4 1 , 3 4 2 O C T O B E R 1 9 2 4
“Leiden 19.10.24.3–4N[amiddag].”
[1]Most likely his cousin Lina Kocherthaler-Edenfeld (1883–1966?), who resided in Madrid.
[2]25 October 1924.
[3]Ilse Kayser-Einstein.
[4]Paul Ehrenfest.
341. From Fritz Haber
Honolulu, 20 X 24 Mormonentempel
Hier ist die Welt voll
wundersamer Süße
Gebirg und Meer
und Freundschaft
senden Grüsse
F. Haber & Frau
AKS. [12 342]. Arnold and Mrs. Berliner’s greetings are omitted. The verso depicts a Mormon tem-
ple. The card is addressed “Prof Dr Albert Einstein und Frau Berlin Haberlandstr 5 Germany” and
postmarked “Honolulu Hawaii, Oct 20 5 PM 1924.”
342. To Elsa Einstein
[Leyden, 21 October 1924]
Liebe Else!
Stell Dich sofort ans Telephon und ¢telegra² frage bei der russischen Botschaft
an, ob die Einreiseerlaubnis nach Russland für den Dr. Crommelin in Leiden in
Berlin
liegt.[1]
Wenn ja, dann telegraphiere, dass der Mann abreisen kann. Wenn
nein, schreib eine Karte.
Ich komme wohl
Samstag[2]
Beste Grüsse
Albert.
AKS. [143 170]. The card is addressed “Frau Elsa Einstein Haberlandstr. 5 Berlin” and postmarked
“Leiden 8 21. X. 24 2–3N[amiddag].” The verso depicts the Gletschergarten in Lucerne.
[1]Claude August Crommelin (1878–1965) was adjunct director of the Physics Laboratory of the
University of Leyden. He had been invited by Petr Lazarev to lecture in Moscow and Leningrad on
the research in physics taking place in Leyden; his visit took place from 27 November to 24 December
1924 (see De Telegraaf, 7 January 1925, EE, for a report).
[2]25 October 1924.
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