Einstein's Cain and Abels

Einstein came to Princeton and settled down there in 1933. He stayed there until 1955.

Gödel and Einstein. Image from AIP E. Segre Visual Archives.
While there he did not meet too many people. He was talking with Kurt Gödel frequently, but I am not able to tell what came out from their interaction. While I was a graduate student at Princeton (1958-61), my philosopher friends talked about Gödel's proof all the time, but I never liked what they were saying. Gödel was alive and in town.

How did I talk to him?
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