- Letter from LP to Dr. A.H. Corwin RE: Thanks him for the information on Ph.D. exams in chemistry at Johns Hopkins. Discusses current difficulties in teaching chemistry. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box: #74.13, file:(C: Correspondence 1945)]
- Letter from LP to Dr. Chia-Si Lu, Department of Chemistry, U.C. Berkeley. [Notes from Lu to LP June 9, 1945, August 25, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #218.7, file:(Lu, Chia-Si)]
June 14, 1945
Dr. Chia Si Lu
Department of Chemistry
University of California
Dear Dr. Lu:
I was interested to learn about the work that you are doing from your letter of June 9, and to know that your draft deferment problem seems to be pretty well taken care of.
I am sure that the field of the normal vibrations of molecules such as cyclohexane is still a very good one to work in, and that interesting results can be obtained.
Professor Dickinson is getting along very well. He is regaining strength rapidly, and should be ready in a couple of weeks for his final operation. Everyone else in the laboratory is in good shape. Some of the younger people are getting engaged and married, mainly to girls who are working on projects here.
- Letter from Professor Henry M. Woodburn, Department of Chemistry, The University of Buffalo to LP RE: Explains that one of their physical chemistry professors now needs a replacement, describes the position, and asks for any candidate suggestions that LP might make. [Letter from LP June 25, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 438.7]
- Memorandum from E. R. Buchman to Business Office. Discusses conclusion of matter of $25 owed to American Russian Institute. [Letter from Moore to LP, June 7, 1945]. LP Peace: Box 4.010, Folder 10.1