Rutgers University, Diploma, Doctor of Science Honoris Causa, Diploma and Citation.

June 5, 1975

Citation with Rutgers University seal at top center. Text reads: "Linus Pauling. Twice a Nobel laureate; once in 1954 for your research in Chemistry on the nature of the chemical bond and its application to the elucidation of the structure of complex substances, and again in 1962 for your tireless efforts to bring about peace to an anxious world. These are but two of the most brilliant gems in that plentiude of awards, prizes, and medals which have born witness to your achievements as a scholar, a scientist and a humanitarian. Bearing the accolades of Presidents and Nations throughout the world, it is we who are honored in honoring you and in joining with over thirty other universities who have bestowed doctorates upon you. In profound admiration and gratitude, I am pleased, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Board of Governors of the University, to confer upon you, honoris causa, the degree of Doctor of Science, with all the rights, privileges, and immunities pertaining thereto, here and elsewhere. Edward J. Bloustein, President." Diploma with red seal at bottom center. Text in large print: "Præses et Gubernatores, Universitatis Rutgersensis, Civitatis Novæ Cæsareæ, Omnibus et Singulis, Ad quos Praesentes Literae pervenerint Salutem, Linus Pauling, honoris causa ad gradum Scientiae Doctoris."

Awarded by Rutgers University.

Subject: Degrees, Academic
Name: Rutgers University
ID: 1975h.3

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