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Letter from Linus Pauling to Warren Weaver. January 2, 1941.
Pauling updates Weaver on work in organic and structural chemistry in the lab. He discusses ongoing immunological work and explains that, in order to make progress, more funding will have to be provided for immunological research. He requests Weaver's opinion regarding an application for a Rockefeller Foundation grant. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Warren Weaver
Associated: Dan Campbell, John T. Edsall, Karl Landsteiner, Carl G. Niemann, Laszlo Zechmeister, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, National Academy of Sciences, Rockefeller Foundation, David Pressman, James Van der Scheer, Sanford B. Hooker, William C. Boyd, Edwin M. McMillan, University of Chicago

Date: January 2, 1941
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci14.038.9-lp-weaver-19410102
Copyright: More Information

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