Itinerary for Linus Pauling's travels through Europe. Page 1. June - July 1947
Itinerary for Linus Pauling's travels through Europe. June - July 1947. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.

Travel: New York

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, to Dr. E. G. Cox, The University of Leeds RE: Responds on LP's behalf as he has left for England. Thanks Cox for the two copies of the Hollerith method of Fourier syntheses. Informs Cox of LP's travel plans while in England, and suggests that Cox write LP while he is at Oxford in order to set up a meeting. [Letter from Cox to LP June 3, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box: #74.15, file:(C: Correspondence, 1946)]
  • Letter from Dr. G. W. Beadle to Dr. Theodore T. Puck, Frank Billings Medical Clinic, University of Chicago, cc: LP RE: States that they will find space for Puck in the Biology laboratories, which are connected to the Division of Chemistry. Requests Puck explain in further detail his research program and what materials he believes he will need. [Letter from Dr. Theodore T. Puck to LP May 29, 1947, telegram from Theodore T Puck to LP June 2, 1947, from Douglass Poteat, Executive Vice President, to Dr. Beadle July 16, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #312.12]
  • Letter from Dr. Neil E. Gordon, Department of Chemistry, Wayne University, to LP RE: Reminds him that they wrote him in 1946 inviting him to speak. Renews the invitation and requests he prepare a paper to present on April 5, 1948. In a postscript notes that he is sending an issue of the Record of Chemical Progress and indicates which articles model the desired format. [Letter from Wulf to Gordon June 12, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #140.11, file:(G: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Letter from Helene R. Evans to LP RE: Inquires into employment in a secretarial capacity. Details her experience during and between the two world wars, as well as her translation abilities. Encloses letters of reference. (Note in bottom margin by LP: “Miss Evans in 6/10/47. Sent to personnel office + recommended she contact Huntington Library + Dr. Beasted [?] at L.A. County Museum. She had been to see Dr. Beadle.”) [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #112.13, file:(E: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Letter from Ruth B. Conroy, Secretary Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology to LP RE: Forwarding an inquiry from Dr. C. C. Vernon of the University of Louisville, inquiring about research problems suitable for his group. [Reply June 12, 1947] [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.027, Folder 27.4]
  • Memorandum from Robert B. Corey to Molecular Structure Group, RE: Corey says that the use of the calculating equipment in Room 165 by persons other than the Molecular Structure Group has resulted in abuse. Beginning immediately, the room will be kept locked at all times. [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia, Box 1.020, Folder 20.4]
  • Note from Mrs. J. F. Smith to LP RE: Admires his courage in speaking to Henry Wallace, hopes he will continue his efforts to see that atomic power is used for the good of all, says the madmen of today are the ones seeking to use atomic power to keep the world in their control, and states her gratitude that a man of his ability sees the hope that the people can prevent his great scientific work from being used to destroy the world. [Filed under LP Correspondence: 378.1]