Max Bredig (1902-1977) writes to his father, Georg Bredig (1868-1944), and his sister, Marianne Homburger (1903-1986). Max discusses his work and potential jobs in other countries. Max expresses that he feels like he is at a dead end in his current position.
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Bredig, Max Albert. “Letter from Max Bredig to Georg Bredig and Marianne Homburger, March 15, 1936,” March 15, 1936. Papers of Georg and Max Bredig, Box 1, Folder 22. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/9tr3dfc.
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