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Einstein Papers Project
The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein is one of the most ambitious publishing ventures ever undertaken in the documentation of the history of science. Selected from among more than 40,000 documents contained in the personal collection of Albert Einstein (1879-1955), and 15,000 Einstein and Einstein-related documents discovered by the editors since the beginning of the Einstein Project, The Collected Papers provide the first complete picture of a massive written legacy that ranges from Einstein's first work on the special and general theories of relativity and the origins of quantum theory, to expressions of his profound concern with civil liberties, education, Zionism, pacifism, and disarmament. The series will contain over 14,000 documents and will fill twenty-five volumes. Sponsored by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Princeton University Press, the Einstein project was located at and supported by Boston University from 1986 to 2000.

Albert Einstein Archives at Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The goal of the Albert Einstein Archives is to preserve the archival material, expand our current holdings, enhance accessibility to the material, administer Albert Einstein's literary estate, and increase the public awareness of the scientific achievements, political activities, and the moral and humane values of Albert Einstein.

Einstein Archives Online
Itemized database of approximately 43,000 Einstein and Einstein-related archival items: writings, professional & personal correspondence.

Princeton University
Albert Einstein first arrived at Princeton in May 1921 to deliver five Stafford Little Lectures on the theory of relativity. The lectures were held in McCosh Hall from May 9th to May 13th, delivered in German, and were followed by a 20 minute resume in English. Einstein also accepted an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Princeton in 1921.

Einstein Personality Licensing for the Albert Einstein names, images, and products.


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