Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA
Otto Nathan correspondence
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The Otto Nathan correspondence collection consists of eight handwritten letters in German dating from July and August of 1955, just months after the death of Albert Einstein that April. The letters were sent from Bern, London, Paris, and Zürich. Six letters are addressed exclusively to Helen Dukas and the remaining two letters are addressed to both Helen Dukas and Margot Einstein. As co-trustees of Albert Einstein's literary estate, Otto Nathan and Helen Dukas worked closely together following Albert Einstein's death.