"Discussion of Foreign Affairs." Page 1. November 2, 1947
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Dr. L. E. Sutton, Magdalen College to LP RE: Says he enjoyed his visit to the States, talks about Schomaker's speaking during the meeting at Cornell, says he has shortened his course of lectures to fit with LP's, explains that they are in the early stages of reviving electron diffraction, and talks about the amount of work they will have to put in before moving into their new home. [Letter from LP to Sutton November 18, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Oxford University, [re: Eastman professorship and residency in Oxford] 1946-1948), #299.8]
  • Letter from Dr. W. A. Hamor, Editor, Chemical Monographs, to LP RE: Thanks him for agreeing to remain on the editorial board until a replacement can be found. [Letter from LP to Noyes Jr. October 28, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box #70.4, file:(Chemical Monographs, 1946-1950)]
  • Letter from J. W. Barker, Research Corporation, to LP RE: Thanks LP for the quick response to fill the gap caused by Dr. Du Nouy's death and mentions some of the details discussed with Dr. Zechmeister. Asks LP to give the materials regarding the Lectureships to Dr. Zechmeister that were previously sent to LP. Handwritten in the right margin: “This material has been given. L. Z.” [Letter from LP to Dr. J. W. Barker November 4, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #375.2]
  • Letter from L.J. Witts, M.D., F.R.C.P., The Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford, to LP RE: Invites LP to speak on a few Wednesday nights of the coming term. [LP's reply: November 4, 1947] [Filed under: LP Speeches 1948s.19]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. H. Marshall Chadwell, Rockefeller Foundation, RE: Thanks him for the letter about Vergers. Asks for advice on behalf of Dr. Martin Kramer, who has had his passport confiscated by the State Department but would like to attend a Congress in Paris next April. [Letter from Chadwell to LP November 7, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #197.2, file:(Kamen, Michael)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Martin D. Kamen, School of Medicine, Washington University, RE: Replies that he will help Kamen to recover his passport in order to be able to attend the Congress on Isotopic Exchange and Molecular Structure in Paris next April. Mentions he will write to Chadwell at the Rockefeller Foundation and Dr. Richards of the National Academy of Sciences. [Letters from Kamen to LP October 31, 1947, November 7, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #197.2, file:(Kamen, Michael)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Thomas Addis RE: Asks Addis to let him know as soon as he hears more from Kerr. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #2.2, file:(Addis, Thomas 1946-1947)]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. Kasimir Fajans, University of Michigan, RE: Continues discussion of the calculations regarding the resonance values of the water molecule found on page 71 of The Nature of the Chemical Bond. (Note in upper right: “See mimeographed reports and excerpts of correspondence in LP Reprints file”) [Letter from Fajans to LP October 8, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #117.2, file:(Fajans, Kasimir, 1940, 1942, 1946-1947, 1950)]
  • Letter from LP to Wendell G. Latimer, University of California. RE: Submits a biography of Wyckoff. [Filed under LP Science: National Academy of Sciences, 1945-1951: Box #14.019 Folder #19.2]
  • Letter from Martin D. Kamen, Washington University, to LP RE: States he is unsure if he can finish the article before the deadline, but will try. Asks about a point regarding radioactive tracers and stable tracers in Biology. Asks about LP's participation in the International Congress in France next April. [Letters from LP to Prof. Robley D. Evans November 1, 1947, to Dr. Martin D. Kamen November 6, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #376.12]
  • Letter from W. H. Freeman, W. H. Freeman and Company to LP RE: Replies regarding Ralph Seward's Physical Chemistry, tells him not to spend another minute on it as he would not publish it under any circumstances, hopes marking of inaccuracies by LP would only be called for when the manuscript was worth publishing and the author a bit slipshod on the details. Mentions that he is being called in to jury duty in two different courts. [Letter from LP to Freeman October 28, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 439.5]
  • Letter from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., to LP . RE: Freeman and Behnke are concerned about the problems with the laboratory manual prepared for use with LP's "General Chemistry." Freeman would like to know what LP thinks of having Lloyd Malm prepare an alternate edition. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b6.1]
  • Letter from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., to LP RE: Freeman is pleased with sales of "General Chemistry," but warns LP that it may be too difficult for students. He thinks that they can count on selling about 20,000 copies by then end of 1948. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b4.6.]
  • Letter from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., to Professor John Timm, Simmons College, RE: Freeman thanks Timm for his professional generosity in providing comments on "General Chemistry." He hopes they can return the favor. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b5.1]
  • Memo from E. M. Johnson to LP RE: Invites LP and AHP to visit Deep Springs after the Trona lecture. Suggests Dr. Henderson could drive them. (Note under text: “Regret that appointment Pasadena prevents accepting your invitation. Hope to come later on. LP”) [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #192.13, file:(J: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Memorandum from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., to LP RE: Freeman is having an interleaved copy of the book bound for LP, and he will receive it as soon as it is finished. He doesn't yet know when a reprint will be necessary, but encourages LP to send on any changes he wants made. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b4.6.]
  • Paper regarding “Sublimation of Solid Elements” (by S. S. Penner?) from LP RE: States that LP and J. G. Kirkwood have read “Sublimation of Solid Elements” and believe his equations to be wrong. Believes it would be a mistake to publish the manuscript. [Memos from S. S. Penner, JPL, to LP 11-47, from J. G. K. to LP 11-47] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #312.12]
  • Report on “Nutritional Studies with the Duck.” By D. M. Hegested and Richard L. Perry, Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, and Department of Biological Chemistry, Harvard Medical School. [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular medicine materials related to vitamin B2, 1938-1976: Box #11.068 Folder #68.1]