Letter from Linus Pauling to A.R. Miller. Page 1. October 23, 1947
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  • Certificate from Donald T. King, Director, University of Paris: City University, Foundation of the United States, RE: Describes the experience Mr. Camille Sándorfy has had with English-speaking Americans and guarantees Sándorfy has enough knowledge of the English language to take courses in the United States. [Certificate from F.St. Gimesi November 17, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #357.2]
  • Letter from Dr. W. A. Noyes, Jr., President, ACS, to LP RE: Asks LP to consider postponing his resignation until the spring in order to help the new Editor, Dr. Hamor, transition into his job. [Letters from LP to Noyes, Jr. October 3, 1947, October 28, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box #70.4, file:(Chemical Monographs, 1946-1950)]
  • Letter from LP to Frank Aydelotte RE: Informs him that it is essential that a house be found in Oxford by November 20, 1947 or he will be forced to remain in California for the year. The time-frame will allow him to either find renters for his house or inform Cal Tech that he will be returning to work for the rest of the year. Goes on to thank Aydelotte for their visit. [Letter from Aydelotte to LP October 27, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #6.21, file:(Aydelotte, Frank, 1940-1956) and copy in #299.8 (Oxford University, [re: Eastman professorship and residency in Oxford] 1946-1948)]
  • Letter from Mary E. Ray, Secretary, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, to Wilma Lloyd. Thanks her for her donation and thoughtful letter. Also writes that although the committee does not currently have any radio programs, but if they do, they will consider her suggestions. [Letter from Lloyd to Einstein, October 6, 1947]. LP Peace: Box 3.005, Folder 5.3
  • Letter from R. H. Dreisbach, MD, Standford University School of Medicine, to LP. RE: Asks if the method used for the oxygen meter could be used for blood gases. Would like more information if possible. [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work - Materials re: the Pauling Oxygen Meter, 1944-1982: Box #13.003 Folder #3.6]
  • Note from Dr. Thomas Addis to LP RE: Send lab results from LP's visit, mentioning that the only remaining sign of disease is the slight proteinuria. Informs him that he will be sending three bottles of hemoglobin for osmotic pressure tests. Also mentions he has not yet heard from Bill Kerr of U.C. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #2.2, file:(Addis, Thomas 1946-1947)]
  • Telegram from LP to Dr. Frederick Sawyer, Chemical and Engineering News RE: Informs him that the abstract of the Silliman lecture will appear in American Scientist and the talk will later be published in full by Yale. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #70.3, file:(Chemical and Engineering News, 1947-1958, 1968-1969, 1975, 1979-1980, 1988)]
  • Telegram from LP to Dr. Melvin H. Knisely, Department of Anatomy, University of Chicago, RE: “Glad you can come. Period in November suitable to you would be acceptable. Telegraph definite dates so Athenaeum reservation can be made.” [Telegrams from Knisely to LP October 20, 1947, October 25, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #200.12, file:(K: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Writes cheque to “Astrid Backstrom to Oct 19th” $150.00 [LP Biographical: Business and Financial 4.073, folder 73.5, item 2]