Jewish scholars cannot easily obtain a position at an American university

Einstein, Albert, German-born physicist and Nobel laureate (1879-1955). Typed letter signed.

Huntington, NY, 10 Aug. 1937.

Large 4to. ¾ p. With typed envelope.

 7,500.00

In German, to Manfred Hohenemser, expressing his delight that he was able to come to the U.S., thanking him for his letter, inquiring about a young physicist of the same surname and offering to recommend him, and warning that Jewish scholars cannot easily obtain a position at an American university.

Mounted to a sheet of black paper cut to size, vertical fold touching end of signature; somewhat wrinkled.

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