Your surprising comparison of Doris Duke and Albert Einstein (U.S. 1, February 1) unfortunately omitted a most compelling locale for communing. I refer to EMC Square, at Princeton’s Borough Hall, where A. Einstein can be found any day. This statue, compelling for its sculptural prowess, admirable proportions, and pithy remarks carved into its pedestal, is an elegant spot to become engaged with the presence of the man.
I suspect that as many as 50 percent of the area’s residents have yet to make their first visit to EMC Square. Melvin A. Benarde