Letter from Linus Pauling to Arthur B. Lamb. Page 1. July 18, 1941
Letter from Linus Pauling to Arthur B. Lamb. July 18, 1941. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Travel: Chicago

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Dr. Arthur B. Lamb, Editor, JACS, to LP RE: Discussed the enclosed manuscript by Mead and Fuoss entitled “Electrical Properties of Solids XI. Polyvinyl Acetate and Polyvinyl Chloracetate.” Asks LP to send his opinions. (Note above text: “Dear Norton : Would you please look at this? LP” comments follow.) [Letter from LP to Lamb August 4, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #191.1, file:(Journal of the American Chemical Society)]
  • Letter from Frank B. Jewett, President, National Academy of Sciences, to Dr. R. D. W. Connor, Archivist of the United States, National Archives. RE: Acknowledges his communication regarding the National Archives Act. Informs him that the academy would be glad to assist in that manner. [Filed under LP Science: National Academy of Sciences, 1939-1944: Box #14.018 Folder #18.2]
  • Record of LP's diet while ill with nephritis. Breakfast: ½ melon, 1 c orange juice, 6 pancakes, 4 T cream, 2 sq butter, 4 T syrup, 2 c coffee, coca-cola / Lunch: 3 egg omelette, 1 c milk / Dinner: 1/4 melon, 1 c milk, lettuce, tomato, 1 cube cheese, 1 piece pecan custard pie / Note: “Went to Ravinia to the concert. Paddy got out of hand. Malks a poor conductor!!” [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #3.1, file:(Record of LP's diet while ill with nephritis kept by Ava Helen Pauling, 1941-1942.)]