Elsa Einstein to Otto Nathan, [10 Oct 1936?]:
ALS. Folio, 2 p.
ALS. Folio, 2 p.
ALS. On letterhead: "S.S. PARIS".
TLS. On embossed letterhead: "TANTUMMAHEAG OLD LYME CONNECTICUT."
ALS. On letterhead: "ON BOARD S. S. …"
TLS. On embossed letterhead: "TANTUMMAHEAG OLD LYME CONNECTICUT." Typeover at date with handwritten clarification: "[24.]"
ALS. On letterhead: "THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON".
TLS. On letterhead: "ALBERT EINSTEIN."
Letters from Elsa Einstein to Otto Nathan. Materials are primarily in German and have been translated into English.
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