The Pauling family. Picture. 1943
The Pauling family. 1943. Picture  Larger Images / More Information.

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 E. Melville Price, Advertising Manager, The New Yorker, to LP RE: Informs him that he has forwarded LP's letter to W.S. Brown, the Advertising Manager of the Canada Dry Company. [Letter from LP to The New Yorker March 26, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #287.10, file:(N: Correspondence, 1943)]
  • Letter from M. T. O'Shaughnessy, Technical Aide, National Defense Research Committee, to LP. Requests a list of full time scientists with PhD degree or Bachelor degree with three years experience employed on research work under contract with NDRC. [Filed under LP Science: Assorted LP War Work, 1940-1946: Box #13.006 Folder #6.1]
  • Letter from Professor Roger J. Williams, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas to LP RE: Speaks about Dr. Speer, says he seems more ambitions than research ability, recommends instead a Dr. William Shive, an organic chemist whom he highly praises and tells of his current happy situation at Tulane, and writes also of a man with biochemical leaning named Dr. Derrol Pennington whom he says is close to Shive's class. (Note attached behind letter in brown pen: “Dr. William Shive doctorate at Texas with Dr. Lochte. Strong recommendation from Roger Williams. Now at Tulane”) [Letters from LP to Williams March 31, 1943, April 14, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 436.6]