- Federal Union Inc. Headquarters Bulletin No 13. Federation for Western Europe. [Filed under Publications re: Union Now/Federal Union, Inc., 1940-1941: Box # 5.009, Folder 9.6]
- Letter from Edwin G. Conklin, Executive Officer, to LP. RE: Request his advice regarding the attached grant application. [Filed under LP Science: American Philosophical Society, 1936-1963, 1989, 1991: Box #14.011, Folder #11.1]
- Letter from Paul Emmett to LP and AHP RE: Reports on a conversation with his doctor concerning LP's swelling illness, noting that it could be a warning of kidney or heart trouble. Adds that they enjoyed seeing LP and AHP, and hope they come by again soon, or that he can make a trip to California. [Letters from Emmett to LP March 14, 1941, April 4, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #109.1, file:(Emmett, Paul, 1937-1959, 1977-1982)]
- Letter from Sidney J. Adams, Head Clerk, United States Department of Agriculture, to LP RE: Encloses a notice of LP's separation without prejudice. [Filed under LP Correspondence: #421.3]
- Newspaper Clipping:“Prize Winner”, Christian Science Monitor, March 10, 1941. [“nature of the chemical blonde”] [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings, 1941n.3]
- Note from Dr. A. E. Cohen to Dr. Thomas Addis. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #2.1, file:(Addis, Thomas 1940-1945)]
Linus Pauling is going back to his home this afternoon: R.D. 1 Box 622 Pasadena
3500 Fairpoint Street
He noticed suddenly last week, on Wednesday March 5, that in the evening his feet and ankles were swollen. Next morning the swelling had gone down but his face was puffy. This state of affairs has gone on and has not improved. He notices also now that his tongue feels large. His urine contains 12 grams of albumin per liter. There are no red cells. His blood pressure is 140 systolic, 86 diastolic. His eye grounds were not examined. Neither I nor a couple of other men here could feel his left dorsalis pedis artery. With a very sensitive plethysmograph now in use for carrying on certain researches we found that the toes both on the right and left sides pulsated practically equally. I discussed these phenomena with Van Slyke. We believe that he is suffering from some form of nephritis. His tonsils have been removed. There are some infected roots of teeth. He has had a couple of head colds this winter with one of which especially he had fever and went to bed.
What we want is advice. To what physician near Pasadena shall he go? Would you have the goodness to send him a note to give him your best advice. If you do so no doubt he will have your letter at about the time when he returns - he is leaving this afternoon by train.
I wish you were here so that there would be the possibility of talk. There are altogether too few people about whose views either interest or concern me.
With cordial greetings,
Very sincerely yours,
Dr. Thomas Addis,
San Francisco, Calif.
- Note from Dr. Lindsay Helmholz, Chemistry Department, Dartmouth College, to Judith Rooke, Secretary, Division of Chemistry, Cal Tech, RE: Requests she exchange the enclosed key for the one he mistakenly returned. [Letter from Helmholz to Rooke March 10, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #156.2, file:(Helmholz, Lindsay)]
- Writes cheque to "Mrs. Arthur Stoack," $15.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial, Box 4.016, Folder 16.1]
- Writes cheque to "Pennsylvania Hotel," $20.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial, Box 4.016, Folder 16.1]
- Writes cheque to "Pennsylvania Hotel," $29.70. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial, Box 4.016, Folder 16.1]