3 3 4 D O C U M E N T S 3 2 4 , 3 2 5 J U L Y 1 9 2 6 Please give my greetings to your sons, whom I saw as boys and remember well. I am not very keen on the League of Nations. Warm regards, your M. von Laue 324. To Elsa Einstein Engstlenalp, 14 July  Dear Else, Yesterday from Engelberg up to Trübseealp. Hard uphill scrambling with Tete. Today, over Joch Pass to Engstlenalp over snow. So far, the weather is won- derful the first time in two weeks. We intend to stay here 2 days and laze around in the splendid air. Then, it’s off to Meiringen, Bern, Geneva, where I must arrive on the 21st. I am amazed at what my old bones (and my clothes & boots) still tolerate. We are feeling very well. Hopefully, things are going well with you. Go to Wannsee more often regards to Grandmother & Ehrmanns & greetings from your Albert 325. To Elsa Einstein Zurich, 19 July  Dear Else, I am sitting with the boys and your predecessor. The trip to Joch Pass, Engst- lenalp, Brünig, Pilatus, which was magnificent, depleted my wallet, in fact, to such an extent that I had to go to the Bankverein for a “refill.” There, it became apparent that there was an opportunity for an improvement of the investments, which I accomplished with enormous shrewdness. Tomorrow, I travel to Bern the day after tomorrow, to Geneva. There I will receive your news, whose arrival I already found out about. I wrote with Albert to Italy to the concrete company. It seems to be a shameless attempt to misuse my name for advertising. Mrs. Mendelsohn the beautiful was in Engstlenalp. She can sure climb moun- tains in addition to everything else. Best wishes to you and grandmother from your Albert I spoke exhaustively with Albert. I think that I will be able to steer everything for the better. This is being written on the train to Bern.