- Letter from LP to Dr. Henry Bull RE: Replies that no embarrassment was caused and that he hopes to further consider the manuscript in the future. [Letter from Bull to LP April 24, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #37.12, file:(B: Correspondence 1945)]
- Letter from LP to Dr. Thomas Addis RE: Gives his opinion of W.S. Adams, Carl Anderson and B. Gutenberg in relation to Russia, stating that they seem to be open-minded on the subject, as observed from LP's general acquaintance with them. [Note from Dr. Addis to LP April 14, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #2.1, file:(Addis, Thomas 1940-1945)]
April 30, 1945
Dr. T. Addis
School of Medicine
2398 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, California
I delayed answering your letter of April 14 with the thought that I might have some discussions with W. S. Adams, Carl Anderson, and B. Gutenberg about Russia. I have not found it convenient to do this, however, and so I am writing to you to give you my opinion in general.
Adams, Anderson, and Gutenberg are all men of open mind and unusual intellectual capacity. It would be my opinion that no one of these men is prejudiced, and that each could be expected to have an open mind about Russia. I must repeat, however, that this opinion is based upon my general acquaintance with the men, and not on any specific discussion about Russia with them.
- Letter from LP to E. J. Crane, Editor of Chemical Abstracts. RE: Suggests two major improvements which could be made to the Chemical Abstracts. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Materials re: Committees and Awards 1938-1950: Box #14.008 Folder #8.14]
- Payroll stub from California Institute of Technology (period ending Apr 30 ‘45) and Bank of America deposit slip for $668.56 [LP Biographical: Business and Financial 4.068, folder 68.2]
- Telegram from LP to Dr. B. L. Crawford, Jr. RE: Informs him that he may visit any time in May. [Letter from Crawford to LP May 3, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box: #74.13, file:(C: Correspondence 1945)]