The private Albert Einstein
Andrews and McMeel, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 171 pages
The son of one of Einstein's oldest and closest friends, Bucky traveled extensively with him--frequently acting as chauffeur--for many years. Drawing on notes and memories, Bucky offers rare insights into the private life, opinions, and foibles of Einstein--the scientist, poet, musician, thinker, humorist--and, most of all, the man. Rare personal photographs.
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