About three hundred physicists from the Eastern region assembled on March 19 in Frick Chemical Laboratory on the Princeton Campus to listen to six addresses, and even more, to express, by their presence, their good wishes and their appreciation for what Albert Einstein has done for physics. The occasion was Dr. Einstein's seventieth birthday, which he quietly celebrated a few days before at his home.
E. P. Wigner; Albert Einstein Seventy. Physics Today 1 July 1949; 2 (7): 24–25. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3066566
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