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"The point of view taken here, which was first published in a series of German papers(2), is rather that material points consist of, or are nothing but, wave systems."
I found (via Google Scholar, "Schrodinger 1925 translation") a reference to it, http://www.jstor.org/pss/230015 (footnote 2), which says the papers in English translation may be found in Schrodinger Collected Papers on Wave Mechanics (London: Blackie & Son, 1928).
The latter appears to be available on Amazon as a reprint by Chelsea, for $36 (hardcover). The original is also available for $138 or more.
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