Letter from Linus Pauling to Lilly Rona. Page 1. February 6, 1947
Letter from Linus Pauling to Lilly Rona. February 6, 1947. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Correspondence, Flyer: The Future of Scientific and Medical Research, Annual Regional Dinner Meeting of the American College of Physicians, Southern California chapter, Los Angeles, California. [Filed under: LP Speeches, Box 1947s.1]
  • Letter from Eileen A. Fry, Secretary, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, to Walter L. Manning. Thanks him for his letter and support and encloses a copy of the Committee's Statement of Purpose, which may be of interest to him. Also writes that the Emergency Committee makes donations to educational groups such as the National Committee on Atomic Information, branches of the Federation of American Scientists, and to the group publishing the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. [Letter from Manning to Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, 1- 27-47]. LP Peace: Box 3.005, Folder 5.4
  • Letter from Fred E. Wright, Chairman, Standing Committee on Meetings, to Committee. RE: Attaches a rough draft of a statement on certain problems in connection with papers read at the scientific sessions of the Academy. Asks for their comments and criticisms to be submitted promptly. [Filed under LP Science: National Academy of Sciences, 1945-1951: Box #14.019 Folder #19.2]
  • Letter from J. H. Bushill to LP RE: Asks LP to provide him with a short account, 200 words, giving the details as to his academic qualifications, honors, major publications and a general outline of his career, if he should accept the invitation to deliver one of the Congress Lectures during July. [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1947s.15]
  • Letter from LP to Michael Ehrlich. RE: Very glad to receive his letter. Was surprised by Murphy's editorial. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1943-1948: Box #14.003 Folder #3.3]
  • Letter from Theodore T. Puck, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Department of Medicine, to LP RE: Mentions his interest in studying protein chemistry through bacterial growth. States he is making an application for a senior fellowship of the National Research Council. Describes his experience and background at the University of Chicago. [Letter from LP to Dr. Theodore T. Puck February 11, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #312.12]
  • Memo from Dr. Robert Corey to LP RE: Informs him of the reasons he feels they should not contribute their work on chromatography to the monograph on RDX. [Letter from Aspinall to LP January 24, 1947, letter from LP to Aspinall February 10, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #12.13, file:(A: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Statement by Fred E. Wright concerning the Meetings of the Academy. [Filed under LP Science: National Academy of Sciences, 1945-1951: Box #14.019 Folder #19.2]