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Israel Photo album of the first ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Israel Rolf Friedemann Pauls. With 39 original photographs and a typewritten card signed by the president of the Weizmann Institute of Sciences and Mrs. Meyer W. Weisgal. Rechovot, Weizmann Institute of Science, 1968. silver gelatine prints. Mounted on cardboard in padded black OLdr. album with leather strap binding with buckle, moiré silk attachments and mounted embossed metal plate with 4 turquoises at the corners (slightly rubbed and bumped, upper edge slightly torn). Transverse 4°. The first part of the album contains 23 photos showing various buildings on the campus of the Weizmann Institute of Science, including the Ullmann Institute of Biosciences, the Dannie N. Heineman Accelerator Laboratory and the Tandem van de Graaf Accelerator, the Michael Institute of Nuclear Science, the Daniel Sieff Research Institute, the Wix Auditorium and Central Library, the Wolfson Institute of Experimental Biology, and a number of other institutes and residential areas. The second part contains 16 photographs and shows dignitaries during visits on the occasion of the awarding of honorary scholarships by the Weizmann Institute of Science: Konrad Adenauer's visit in 1966, Ludwig Erhardt's visit in 1967 and that of nuclear physicist Wolfgang Gentner in 1965, former director of the Synchrocyclotron Department at CERN and the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg. - Machine-written card sewn onto the inside mirror: "Dear Lilo and Rolf, May our bonds remain closely knit despite the distance that will now separate us", signed by two hands: "Yours Meyer and Shirley". Unique Photo-Album Presented in Friendship to Ambassador and Mrs. Rolf Pauls by the President of the Weizmann Institute of Science and Mrs. Meyer W. Weisgal (Signed). 28 plates with 39 silver gelatin photographs (5 x 7"), all tipped onto black card stock with tissue guards, all t

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