- Itinerary: LP leaves Los Angeles at 11:45 PM [Filed under LP Travel Materials: 1932-1954: Box #1.001 Folder #1.7]
- Letter from LP to A.H. Parmelee thanking him for his letter stating the difficulties in obtaining blood from sickle cell anemia patients and states that their studies are handicapped by the lack of blood. [Letter from Parmelee to LP May 20, 1949]
- Letter from LP to Alden H. Emery, Executive Secretary. RE: Approves of the appointment of said persons as representatives of the ACS at the inauguration at Ohio Wesleyen University. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
- Letter from LP to Alden H. Emery, Executive Secretary. RE: Informs him of the letter from Coryell of MIT. Thinks the issue can be brought up at the meeting on Saturday. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
- Letter from LP to Clarence Zener, University of Chicago. RE: Informs him of why he had to turn down the opportunity to give a colloquium. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1948-1949: Box #14.004 Folder #4.2]
- Letter from LP to Division of Research Grants and Fellowships, U. S. Public Health Service RE: Letter of recommendation for the Richard W. Lippman's application for grant-in-aid to support his work on the brain mechanism of proteinuria and its relation to simulated clinical renal disease. [Lippman's letter to LP May 26, 1949; Lippman's reply June 2, 1949] [Filed under LP Science: R.W. Lippman Memorial Fund, 1949-1962: Box #14.040 Folder #40.1]
- Letter from LP to Dr. D. Warren Stanger, Northwestern University. RE: Thanks him for his letters. Informs him of his traveling expenses. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
- Letter from LP to Dr. Harry M. Crooks, Jr., Parke, Davis and Co., RE: Thanks him for the 1.5 g sample of Chloromycetin and he encloses the completed F.D.A. form. (Note above text: “sent original letter to Dr. Corey.” [Letters from LP to Crooks May 24, 1949, June 9, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #310.2, file:(Parke, Davis, and Company)]
- Letter from LP to Dr. R. R. McGregor, Mallon Institute of Industrial Research. RE: Informs him of his traveling costs. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
- Letter from LP to LA DuBridge RE: Thanks for the letter and says he would be pleased to take part in the program again next year but has no major suggestions about how the program should be carried out. [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia, California Institute of Technology: Assorted Financial Materials: 1945-1965: Box #1.032, Folder 32.2]
- Letter from LP to Paul J Kern, Committee for Free Political Advocacy RE: States that he is willing to be an initiating sponsor for the Conference on Civil and Political Liberties. He will not be able to attend the Conference. [Letter from Paul J Kern to LP May 19, 1949] [Filed under LP Biographical: Materials re: LP Organizational Affiliations, 1946-1947, 1949, 1950, 1958, 1960-1982: Box #5.058, Folder 58.1]
- Letter from LP to Prof. Arne Tiselius, Upsala University. [Note from Prof. Arne Tiselius to LP] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #407.5]
May 30, 1949
Professor Arne Tiselius
I was pleased to receive your letter of April 20, and to learn that you and Mrs. Tiselius had reached home safely, and that you had enjoyed your visit to the Grand Canyon and in Texas.
It was a great experience for us to have you here, and both my wife and I had a fine time visiting Yosemite with you and riding through the San Joaquin valley and over the mountains.
My operation turned out to be more troublesome than I had anticipated. I had to stay in bed for five weeks (fortunately, only a few days in the hospital), but I am now getting along well. I am leaving tonight for Tampa, Florida, where I shall give an address in connection with their commencement ceremonies and shall receive an honorary degree, Doctor of Humanities. I have not been is Florida before, and am looking forward to seeing this state. I am then flying on to New York to attend a Meeting of the Board of Directors of the American Chemical Society, and I shall be home early Sunday morning.
My wife and I are indeed looking forward to visiting Sweden again sometime. We enjoyed the two weeks that we spent there in 1947 very much, and we hope to come again, and also to visit Norway, where we have not been before, and to go back to Denmark.
We have no new results to report on sickle cell hemoglobin. We are still having difficulties about collecting samples of sickle cell blood, but I think that the problem has been solved, and that we shall soon have enough material to permit the investigation to be completed.
- Letter from LP to William B. Miller, Town Hall. RE: Informs him that he will be able to speak at the Town Hall luncheon on June 13th. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
- Memo from LP to Mr. O. Knop, cc: Dr. Shoemaker, RE: States he is interested in the results on sodium-cadmium and suggests some forms of the molecule that Knop consider. [Letter from LP to Mr. Knop January 11, 1949, memo from LP to Mr. Knop September 6, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #363.3]