Einstein in Seclusion Until Departure for U.S.
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Einstein in Seclusion Until Departure for U.S.

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Professor Albert Einstein will remain in seclusion in England for a month when he will sail for the United States to take up his duties at Princeton, N. J., at the Institute for Advanced Studies, it was learned yesterday.

Professor Einstein is staying at the country estate of his intimate friend, Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson, where he is concentrating on studies which he hopes may lead to important discoveries.

Because of Mrs. Einstein’s nervousness since the assassination of Professor Theodor Lessing, and Professor Einstein’s wish to be undisturbed in his work, Commander Locker-Lampson has closed the estate to visitors and is protecting the scientist from interviewers and visitors.

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