Rudolph Altschul: Man and Scientist
Professor Rudolf Altschul was a colorful, highly-cultured individual who left an enduring legacy through his friends, his students and his writings. For those who were not privileged to know him, I have a difficult task to convey a sense of his spirit, trends of thought, and love of science, art and music. To those who did know him, perhaps I can jog the memory.
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