MARIANNE EHRENBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 11/08/1978 - HFSID 206567
Sale Price $144.00
The wife of Professor Werner Ehrenberg signs this letter written to Professor Hans-Georg Gilde
Typed Letter signed: “Marianne Ehrenberg” in blue ink, 1p, 5¼x7. November 8, 1978. Booklet containing the lecture "On Being a Scientist" by the signer's husband, Werner Ehrenberg. Corners and edges worn and creased. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition. Addressed to “Professor H.G. Gilde,. Marietta College,/ Marietta, Ohio 45750”. To “Dear Professor Gilde”. In full: “I am sorry to tell you that Prof. Ehrenberg died 3 years ago and I have no signed reprints. However, I enclose a copy of his Inaugural Lecture, which may be of general interest to your students./ Yours sincerely”. One horizontal fold with creasing concentrated around it. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition. Marianne Ehrenberg was the wife of Werner Ehrenberg, a well-respected physicist. He is credited with helping discover the Aharonov-Bohm effect [AB]. He was the Chair of Experimental Physics and was the head of the Department at Birkbeck College. Hans-Georg Gilde was a professor of chemistry who graduated from Ohio University. He taught at Marietta College from 1961 to 1992. The Hans Gilde Scholarship Fund is an award named in his honor given out by Marietta College. It is awarded to a stand-out organic chemistry student who has displayed exceptional leadership qualities. Two items.
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