- Letter from Felix Haurowitz to LP RE: Thanks LP for sending the papers on the magnetic properties on Hb-derivatives. [Filed under: H: Individual Correspondence, Box #152.7]
- Letter from G. W. Stewart to LP RE: thanking LP for his critical comments on his paper. Asks LP for his comments about the more acceptable radii to use in the electrolytes. [LP's letter: June 8, 1936, LP's reply: June 26, 1936] [Filed under: S: Correspondence, Box #377.6]
- Letter from LP to Dr. H. J. Yearian RE: LP looks forward to seeing him around September 15th and explains that he is located in the Astrophysics Building on California Street. [Yearian's letter to LP: June 12, 1936] [Filed under: Y: Individual Correspondence, Box #460.2]
- Letter from LP to Dr. H. L. Johnston RE: LP regrets that he will be unable to take part in the symposium but suggests that Brockway present a review of the work on electron diffraction work instead. [Filed under: J: Individual Correspondence, Box #190.2]
- Letter from LP to Dr. S. Goudsmit RE: Hopes that it will be possible for some extra lectures or even a permanent appointment for Ewald and LP offers to do what he can ensure this happens. [Filed under: F: Correspondence, Box #128.2] Also [Filed under LP Correspondence: G: Individual Correspondence, Box #137.4]
- Letter from LP to Professor R. Bowling Barnes, Princeton University, RE: LP sends some of the reprints Barnes had requested however, the reprints on the nature of the chemical bond have been exhausted. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #37.3, file: (B: Correspondence 1936)]
- Letter from LP to Professor S. C. Lind. [Filed under: L: Correspondence, Box #230.2]
June 28, 1936
Professor S. C. Lind
School of Chemistry
University of Minnesota
Dear Professor Lind:
On behalf of my colleagues and myself I wish to thank you for your expression of sympathy for our loss of Professor Noyes.
During his stay in Rochester he apparently preferred to postpone the task of answering letters. I, too, wrote to him twice during that period, and he told me on his return that he had postponed his replies.