- Letter from Julian M. Sturtevant, Radiation Laboratory, MIT, to LP RE: Inquires if there is an opening for a chemist at Caltech, and states he is looking for post-war work. Gives his relevant education and experience, including some publications and work which he has directed. [Letters from J. C. Street to LP August 28, 1945, from Julian M. Sturtevant to LP September 14, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #370.5]
- Letter from LP to AHP. [Filed under LP Safe: Box #1.017, Folder #17.32]
[This letter is one of a series from a trip the LP took. The date is based off the postmark date of one of the letters (9/10/45). That envelope was sent from New York in the later half of the trip. The rest of the letters are dated based on the location LP was at in relation to the NY postmark. There is also a letter from AHP during that time with the date 9/3/45]
Friday Morning 7:30
[Sept. 7, 1945]
I am arriving in Washington, a day late, having failed to get a berth from Boston on Wednesday night. As it was, I enjoyed the extra day in Cambridge. [Kisty] happened to come in, and I had dinner with him, and learned a great deal. All the atomic bomb people are upset about politics now- about secrecy from Russia, especially.
We saw Van Vleck and Abigail for a few minutes in the Faculty Club, and also I saw Phil Morse Wednesday night as he was getting on the train.
I am feeling fine- no cold or anything. I'll be glad to get back home.
P.S. We are just coming into the station in Washington. I'm going to an NRDC meeting, and then shall try to see the Army, the Navy (a part at least), and Tolman.
- Letter from Luella A. Huggins, Attorney at Law, to LP. RE: Has prepared an article for publication. Encloses a copy of the article, and a sample chapter from her book. Gives a short biography of herself. Asks him to return the manuscripts when he is done. [Filed under LP Science: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1925-1945: Box #14.013 Folder #13.19]
- Letter from the secretary to LP to Miss Frances L. Clapp, Director of the Testing Division of Lederle Laboratories, Inc. Acknowledges the 500 milligrams of pneumococcus Type 4 polysaccharide, Lab. No. 22, which they received. [Letter from Clapp to LP, September 5, 1945] LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.016
- Note from George Tunell to LP RE: States he will be in Sierra Madre for the winter and spring and mentions he would like to attend a seminar, possibly on crystal structure or a course on quantum mechanics. [Letters from LP to George Tunell February 15, 1945, September 19, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #410.10]