"Development of Immunochemistry at CIT." Page 1. April 11, 1943
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Activity Listings

  • Entry in research notebook by J. M. Ploeser, National Research Defense Committee, on NDRC-11. [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Non-Pauling War Work, 1942-44: Box #13.007 Folder #7.3]
  • Letter from LP attn: A. Klipstein RE: Asks for a sample of the substance potassium sodium ferricyanide to be sent to him from the reprints of the ads. [Letter from Klipstein attn: LP April 7, 1943] [Letter from LP to Avera August 19, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #12.9, file:(A: Correspondence, 1943)]
  • Letter from LP to Garrett Van Pelt, Soil Conservation Laboratory, RE: States that Dr. Knapp did not mention the problem with bentonite to him and suggest Van Pelt contact Dr. Richard Badger. [Letter from Garrett Van Pelt to LP April 12, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 427.3]
  • Letter from LP to J. D. Ratcliff. RE: Regrets that his answer was delayed. Has sent a telegram. Recommends that Ratcliff delays the article for a few months. [Telegram from LP to Ratcliff April 13, 1943] [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Antibody and Antigen Research; the Nature of Serological Reactions, 1940-1947, 1950-1952, 1973, 1986: Box #7.001 Folder #1.1]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Roger J. Williams, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas RE: Thanks him for his comments regarding Speer as they are exactly what he wanted, and thanks him for suggesting Dr. Shive. [Letter from Williams to LP April 6, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 436.7]
  • Letter from W.A. Osborne, Assistant Chief of the Security Section of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, to LP, cc: Dr. M.F. Roy. Encloses his NDRC identification card, valid May 1 - November 1, 1943. Asks LP to sign the card, attach a photograph, and then send it to Dr. Roy for verification. LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.012
  • Note from LP to himself RE: States that IBM is agreeable to Cal Tech doing two hours a for Douglas on the machines. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #184.1, file:(International Business Machines)]