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    Albert Einstein Signature on a 5" x 3" card to which he has added "Princeton 1934." In the middle of March 1933, Einstein and his wife Elsa were on their way back to Europe after two months in the United States when they heard of Hitler's rise to power; they decided to not ever return to Germany. Later that year, Einstein moved to Princeton where he would live and work until his death in 1955. Some toning, else fine.

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    October, 2007
    25th-26th Thursday-Friday
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