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<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Albert Einstein's papers, pipe, ashtray and other personal belongings in his Princeton office, April 18, 1955.

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Albert Einstein's papers, pipe, ashtray and other personal belongings in his Princeton office, April 18, 1955.

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Family and friends return to Einstein's home at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton, where he lived for 20 years, after his funeral, April 18, 1955.

The Day Albert Einstein Died: A Photographer's Story

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Family and friends return to Einstein's home at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton, where he lived for 20 years, after his funeral, April 18, 1955.

Albert Einstein's office - just as the Nobel Prize-winning physicist left it - taken mere hours after Einstein died, Princeton, New Jersey, April 1955.

The Day Albert Einstein Died: A Photographer's Story

Albert Einstein's office - just as the Nobel Prize-winning physicist left it - taken mere hours after Einstein died, Princeton, New Jersey, April 1955.

Ocean Sediment Glazes by Joan Lederman.       Center of blue beach glass framed by Helnar sand framed by crater ash. Rim glazed with Seljalandfoss. Foot glazed with sediment from Boston Harbor near Logan Airport.    Other glaze is a rutile slip.    This porcelain becomes transparent and also can warp, which it did on this piece, which was in a hot spot near the kiln's flue.

Ocean Sediment Glazes by Joan Lederman. Center of blue beach glass framed by Helnar sand framed by crater ash. Rim glazed with Seljalandfoss. Foot glazed with sediment from Boston Harbor near Logan Airport. Other glaze is a rutile slip. This porcelain becomes transparent and also can warp, which it did on this piece, which was in a hot spot near the kiln's flue.

Ocean Sediment Glazes by Joan Lederman.       Center of sea glass framed by Earth crust slurry from Mid-Atlantic Ridge framed by a band from the Costa Rican Accretionary Prism. Body of exterior is Earth crust slurry applied thinly. Other glazes on rim and foot assembled from refined materials.

Ocean Sediment Glazes by Joan Lederman. Center of sea glass framed by Earth crust slurry from Mid-Atlantic Ridge framed by a band from the Costa Rican Accretionary Prism. Body of exterior is Earth crust slurry applied thinly. Other glazes on rim and foot assembled from refined materials.

1950s  People actually talked face to face with each other and built stronger bonds than now.  If this were taken today, everyone would be sitting with their backs to each other texting on their ipods.

1950s People actually talked face to face with each other and built stronger bonds than now. If this were taken today, everyone would be sitting with their backs to each other texting on their ipods.

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