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"Unfortunately, when we run out of room, some of the sentimental items without monetary value, (such as) letters or personal papers, are shredded. We keep them as long as we can and we run things past the historical society before they are destroyed to rule out historical significance." Lee Baerlocher
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Albert Einstein
Birth: 1879-03-14 Death: 1955-04-18

"All these constructions and the laws connecting them can be arrived at by the principle of looking for the mathematically simplest concepts and the link between them."

Albert Einstein's interest in physics began when his father gave him a compass when he was five. His teachers believed he had little scholastic promise, so he dropped out of school at the age of 15. Attending the Federal Polytechnic Academy in Zurich, he excelled in mathematics and physics and went on to take a succession of short-lived teaching posts. When his wife became pregnant, he took a job in the patent office. It was in this job that he developed his groundbreaking work on relativity (E = mc2), Brownian motion and the photoelectric effect, the latter which won him the 1921 Nobe…



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