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Letter from Warren Weaver to Linus Pauling. May 22, 1948.
Weaver writes to insure Pauling that he and Dr. Pomerat did not mean to be incourteous in their failure to visit with Pauling while all three individuals were in Oxford. Rather, Weaver notes that he and Pomerat did not have any specific business that needed attending with Pauling, and as such, felt it best not to impinge upon Pauling's research time. [Published by permission of the Rockefeller Foundation Archives] Transcript.

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Creator: Warren Weaver
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Gerard Pomerat, Rockefeller Foundation

Date: May 22, 1948
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci14.039.6-weaver-lp-19480522
Copyright: More Information

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