- Handwritten letter from T. Addis, Stanford University School of Medicine, to LP. RE: Informs him he is writing Homer Smith. Can not approve of a self-perpetuating all powerful council. Congratulates him for an excellent job. Appreciates being asked for his opinion. [Filed under LP Science: Assorted LP War Work, 1940-1946: Box #13.006 Folder #6.4]
- Letter from George G. Wright to Dr. Warren C. Lothrop, Office of Scientific Research and Development, cc: Mr. George A. Richter. Summarizes the results of the study of the screeds which were treated in Mr. Richter's tropical room. Discusses the results of the WH I method, which was also tested. Attached are 2 of the Office of Scientific Research and Development's Receipts of Classified Material from Wright to Lothrop and Richter, for this letter. LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.016
- Letter from LP to AHP. [Filed under LP Safe: Box #1.017, Folder #17.15]
I have just had breakfast with Dr. Devel [?] of USC, who came in place of Dean Raulston. [?] Last night Phil Shaffer of St. Louis took me to dinner - Carl Cori was with him. We returned to my room and talked until 10:30.
It is a nice bright day. Yesterday for a few minutes there was a flurry of snow, so the temperature may change.
I must go now to the meeting, which is ready to begin.
Love to you all.
- Letter from LP to AHP. [Filed under LP Safe: Box #1.017, Folder #17.16]
Monday 9 PM
Today's meeting passed by - but slowly: it wasn't very interesting. I met Drs Osgood & Sears from Oregon, and some other interesting people. Dr Ochaner [?] from New Orleans is interesting - He told us about the Cajons in Louisiana, especially one who went to Chicago.* I'll be glad when these meetings are all over - the New York - Wn [?] one next month is the last.
Are you all right, darling, and not worried? I'm hoping that a letter will arrive from you.
Be a good girl, and keep little Linda under your thumb. Love to all.
*and who said "Not like the bayou."
- Letter from V.W. Meloche, Professor of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, to LP RE: Discusses plans during his stay in Pasadena. Wishes to meet with LP and possible complete discussions in the early part of the week. Note at bottom: “I have wired that Apr 2 to 6 would be all right, and Mr. Guffy has written to the same effect. RBC” [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 1915-1944), Box #1.019, Folder #19.7]