- Letter from David Walden, Finance Secretary of American Friends Service Committee, to members of Pasadena chapter of Committee on American Principles and Fair Play, RE: informs of the housing need situation as the Japanese Americans return to the west coast. [Filed under AHP Materials re: Japanese Internment during World War II: Box #5.001, Folder #1.5]
- Letter from Dr. W. W. Palmer, Columbia University, to LP. RE: Delighted to be working with him on the committee. Will try and make the distance as easy as possible. [Filed under LP Science: Assorted LP War Work, 1940-1946: Box #13.006 Folder #6.4]
- Letter from LP to Dr. Andrew Recsei. [Letter from Dr. Andre Recsei to LP November 6, 1944, from Kenneth B. Turner, M.D., Chief, Records Section, Committee on Medical Research, to Dr. J. B. Koepfli, Gates and Crellin Laboratories of Chemistry, March 5, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #328.3]
January 17, 1945
Dr. A. Recsei
474 Cold Spring Rd.
Santa Barbara, California
Dear Dr. Recsei:
I regret that some time has been required for me to determine the situation about your note on an apparatus for sublimation.
It has been called to my attention that the work described in this note was done under a classified Government contract, and that accordingly the note can not be published without approval by the OSRD. Under the circumstances, I have decided the note should not be submitted for publication as a contribution from the California Institute of Technology.
I return the typescript to you herewith. You may do anything you wish with it, except to publish it as a contribution from the California Institute of Technology; what you do must, of course, be compatible with the conditions under which the work was done.