Unidentified boy

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dc.contributor Photographer unknown 2018-09-21T14:47:36Z 2018-09-21T14:47:36Z circa 1942
dc.identifier EB 179
dc.description One in a series of nine photographs (EB 177-EB 185) that were bound together in a paperboard portfolio, this image is of an unidentified boy, who may be a descendant of Albert Einstein. None of the prints in this series of nine have handwritten information on the versos, but all are stamped: "Globe Photo Service, Greenville, S.C. AUG 10 1942." Albert Einstein's son, Hans Albert Einstein, worked at the U.S. Agricultural Experiment Station in Clemson, South Carolina, from 1938-1943, and it seems likely that this set of images was taken on the occasion of a visit by Albert Einstein to his son, Hans Albert.
dc.format.medium Sepia
dc.publisher Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA
dc.relation.ispartof Photograph collection - Einstein-- EB Series-barn collection\24-EB PHOTOS-A.E.'s family (3 of 3)
dc.rights Permission to use this image must be requested from the Institute's Archives. Please contact
dc.title Unidentified boy
dc.type Image

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