Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 7, 1938 · Page 58
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota · Page 58

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Issue Date:
Sunday, August 7, 1938
Page 58
Start Free Trial

(E)t iHinncapoliS gunu-ap Wvibnnt DimsGeDini Sini S lie Aim Amfneckaini C ' -.:skW-t 11 aas--"- mm He arrived on American shores Oct. 17, 1933, shy, perhaps homesick a Jew seeking haven following the advent of the Nazi regime in his native Germany where his property had been confiscated; his books burned. Recently another refugee from Germany, a photographer, called upon Dr. Einstein. These pictures were made available only to help his fellow-exile, and they reveal the unusual simplicity of the home and the everyday life of the scientist whose revelations continue to ama2e the world. He has asked only quiet for the pursuit of study as a member of the Institute for Advanced Study on Princeton's campus. His wife, who shared his exile, died in December, 1936. Now 58, Einstein continues buried in his mighty meditations in a new homeland. Attociatad tna pfcotoi Thoughts With a Pipe His windblown hair awry, pipe held thoughtfully to his lips, Dr. Albert Einstein, eminent exiled physicist from Germany, is shown in a meditative moment in his Princeton, N. J., home. Amid quiet surroundings he delves into the mysteries of the universe. f i IP Lb 777 h 1--' r hx J irt? till I rn t-r - " : 1 , 3Xr i J 1 ' X J ' I it . - rnnceion. i-. j- i i . V.111 home. Here is the i s ; z . ill Dl- v -. j . v 1 II man of science, white w .TA V ' l 11 breeze as he takes his SX ' I II background. X. S5 S : J..-A. V I k 1 " S illl JBMBMBHHaasailHMBBa I J- . i . I II Comfort Without Socks Rolled trousers expose bare ankles, and there is a pipe, a leather wind breaker, and an easy chair all apparently natural parts of a great man, Dr. Albert Einstein. It's a glimpse into his study at home, where there are many books, stubs of soft-lead pencils and a violin. Of all, he is a master. Little House for Great Ma n It's a little house with tall trees and flowers about in which Dr. Albert Einstein lives at Princeton, N. J. In the neighborhood are the former homes of two American presidents Grover Geveland and Woodrow Wilson. It is only a few moments walk from the campus of Princeton university. Childhood Pictures On this teacup (right) on a table in the home of Dr. Albert Einstein, at Princeton, N. J is the only available childhood picture of the renowned scientist. The cup at the left bears the likeness of a sister of Einstein. ww1' ' l rti i . in i u i ' - . ..nil Thoughts While Walking Sometimes neighbors see Dr. Albert Einstein walking about the yard of his small Princeton, N. home. Here is the stocky figure of the man of science, white hair blowine in the breeze as he takes his oine and a walk with I a bower of roses in the I background. 1 1 Honor Place for Schopenhauer Above the mantelpiece in the Princeton, N. J, home of Dr. Albert Einstein hangs this picture ef Arthur Schopenhauer, famed German philosopher of the nineteenth cen tury, who, LJLe EuMrm, survived to eminence the autemues of km Face of Physicist His Europe reverberates with racial strife and rumors of wars, but if there's apprehension and worry on the part of Dr. Albert Einstein, it is not disclosed in this serene face. Though an exiled Jew from Germany, he continues placidly, earnestly bur rowing into the unknown space time light, atoms, and mysteries of th universe. o 7 I ... 4m' . tZHH ' JL.S- - - "" f I i t i r l r""'' r I f I 1 IJNDlilll Sheets in the Sun it's an old custom in the Einstein home to sun the bedding, and here it is on the front porch of the tree shaded house at Princeton, N. J with the maid carefully spreading the sheets for the airing.

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Star Tribune
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free