near Graz: 1918.
A.L.S. "Lise Meitner", 3.5" x 5", Castle Alt Eggenberg, near Graz, August 17th 1918, to Lieutenant Otto Hahn, Berlin Dahlem, Bodenberg Str. 5, in full (translated): "Today I received your letter, which had crossed in the mail with mine, and which was forwarded to me here. Thank you for your detailed report. You have done everything splendidly I will write Liesch when I'm in Berlin, because I have no documentation here and can't answer his questions off-hand. We live in the castle that you see on the card, but it is much more beautiful in reality, it has a beautiful courtyard with colonnades etc. I will come to Berlin on the 1st or 2nd of September. How long will you stay there?" 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(+)