Just Albert Einstein wearing fuzzy slippers. Via Retronaut and the Princeton Historical Society. Mom always said one day she'd wear pink fuzzy slippers to the grocery and no one would think it odd.
Not an antique per say but it is Einstein in fuzzy slippers like I used to have. Einstein sitting on the front steps of his home in Princeton, wearing his fuzzy slippers. Photo courtesy of Gillett Griffin
Sometimes being random is a good thing. Most of the time being funny is a great thing, so these random funny pictures and a good, great thing. Enjoy both the randomness and and humor of these pictures.
Every wear your shoes on the wrong feet or crazy fun slippers like Albert Einstein? If so, then you already know what it feels like to come out of your comfort zone. Picture in fuzzy slippers, c. Source: The Historical Society of Princeton via Retronaut
Albert Einstein in fuzzy slippers... I guess great minds do think a like. :)
U.S. Albert Einstein & daughter Margot at New York's world fair, 1939 // By Martin Harris
Physicist Albert Einstein honored at City Hall by NYC Mayor Jimmy Walker, and Columbia University President Nicholas Murray Butler, who dubs him the "ruling monarch of the mind. Princeton got Einstein.
Albert Einstein" with Edwin Hubble, at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California, looking through the lens of the telescope through which Hubble discovered the expansion of the universe in - Courtesy of the Archives, Calif Inst of Technology.
Henry Clay, representative of Kentucky in the House of Representatives and the US Senate. It was believed that he promoted Adams as the ideal president to other representatives. In return, Adams made Clay his Secretary of State.