Letter from Linus Pauling to Arthur B. Lamb. Page 1. July 1, 1936
Letter from Linus Pauling to Arthur B. Lamb. July 1, 1936. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Charles M. Schwartz to Professor A. A. Noyes, forwarded to LP RE: explains that he has a Ph. D degree in chemistry from Syracuse and is now looking for a job. Asks if there are any openings this year at CIT and what steps he should take to be considered. [LP's reply: July 6, 1936] [Filed under: S: Correspondence, Box #377.6]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Millikan RE: LP asks Millikan if it would be possible for Brockway's expenses to be paid for as he plans to attend the Symposium on Molecular Structure held by the American Chemical Society at Princeton. [Filed under: LP Correspondence, Millikan, Robert, Box #247.1]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Herzfeld RE: Explains that no one at CIT is planning work on the absorption of visible and ultraviolet rays by organic compounds. Congratulates Herzfeld on his new position as Head of the Physics Department at the Catholic University of America. [Herzfeld's letter: June 25, 1936] [Filed under: H: Correspondence, Box #165.1]
  • Note from George S. Parks to LP RE: Asks LP if he has any post-doctorate research associateships available at CIT for a young man named, John D. Ferry. Parks warns LP that he may seem shy and difficult upon the first meeting but in fact he is very promising. [LP's reply: July 6, 1936] [Filed under: P: Correspondence, Box #312.1]