T.L.S. 4to. 1 page, personal letterhead, Stockholm, June 2nd 1960, in German (translated), to Italian-American physicist Emilio Segre, who had recently been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, in full: "Many thanks for the pretty photo of our encounter at the Spanish exhibit in Stockholm. It will be a treasured remembrance for me, especially since I will be moving for good to Cambridge in England in the course of the coming weeks, i.e., for the rest of my life. It is regrettable that your wife and you are not part of the photograph. But, perhaps we will meet again in England. With warmest regards." Signed in full and in fine condition.
Austrian-Swedish physicist who worked with Otto Hahn and Otto Robert Frisch in discovering that nuclear fission of uranium took place when it absorbed an extra neutron. Surprisingly, only Hahn was awarded the Nobel Prize for their discovery.
Condition: Very Good(+)