- Card RE: Confirms their room reservation request for a twin bedroom and bath at the Hotel Sacramento for one night. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Oxford University, [re: Eastman professorship and residency in Oxford] 1946-1948), #299.8]
- Confidential Meeting Minutes for the Administrative Committee of CIT. [Filed under California Institute of Technology: Administrative Files, 1922-1968: Box #1.029, Folder 29.4]
- Letter from C. W. Jones, Chairman, Committee on Hazardous Chemicals and Explosives, to LP. RE: Will be glad to serve as chairman of the committee for the coming year. Recommends that certain members be reappointed. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Materials re: Committees and Awards, 1938-1950: Box #14.008 Folder #8.8]
- Letter from Curtis G. Benjamin, President, McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc., to LP. RE: Tells him of the minor increase of listing price of one of his books.[Filed under: LP Manuscripts of Books, 1930b.6]
- Letter from Dennis Flanagan, "Scientific American," to W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., RE: Flanagan is distressed to hear of Freeman's concern over the drawings. He says that since Hayward's illustrations have been adapted before, that he did not feel reference was necessary; he acknowledges now that he was wrong, and says that he would like to make whatever amends Freeman feels appropriate. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b6.1]
- Letter from Henry J. Wing, Chairman, Western Connecticut Section, to LP. RE: Informs him that the section will be discussing his position in ACS, and the affect his political opinion has on it at their next meeting. Requests a statement from him. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1948-1949: Box #14.004 Folder #4.1]
- Letter from Linus Pauling Jr to AHP RE: Asks what she thinks about his suggestion. Talks about moving in. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal & Family, Family Correspondence: Linus Carl Pauling, Jr. 1946-1956: Box #5.037, Folder 37.3]
November 8, 1948
Well, what about my suggestion?
Day before yesterday we moved what excitement and turmoil. Mostly bad because
we'd been looking forward so long to moving so it was anticlimactic. But we're finally here,
and worrying about furnishing and how much we ought to be spending.
I hope to hear from you soon.
- Memo from W. H. Freeman, W. H. Freeman and Company to LP RE: Reports that Bricker possibly with Baxter and Lee look like the answers to their “other general chemistry” problem, hopes to get LP's thought on them so they can settle contractual matters, gives a review of Bricker and his teaching abilities and ideas, and believes he is their answer. Adds that when they get material from him, it will be sent to LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence: 439.6]