"[Simon's] family is in Berlin now. He is worried about anti-Semitism. He is a Jew,
and so is his wife (and the children). We talked about Jews a while. He said Euken
was brought to Gottingen instead of Stern because there are so many Jews there already
(Franck, Born, Conant, Goldschmidt) and they thought it better not to have another." Linus Pauling. Letter to Ava Helen Pauling. May 9, 1932.