Berkeley Lectures. Page 16. March - April 1930
Berkeley Lectures. March - April 1930. Page 16  Larger Images / More Information. 34 pp.

Travel: Berkeley, CA

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Arthur A. Noyes to LP, RE: Tells LP that he showed his letter to Bell because of the statement about Albert Sherman and says that the should give Jack a try-out at teaching. Encloses a clipping about the action of the Executive Council in relation to LP's request and also a copy of the Candidacy examination. Asks LP to get Hildebrand's opinion of Carter. Informs LP that E.B. Wilson told him that Karl Compton has been named president of MIT. [Filed under LP Personal Safe: Drawer 2, Folder 2.018.16]
  • Letter from Hugh J. Kelly, Associate Editor, McGraw-Hill Book Co., to LP RE: Kelly explains that the information written for the advertising department was just what they were looking for. Kelly will ask Dr. Richtmyer if he will make a comment about the book. [Filed under: LP Books, 1930b.4]