Notes by Linus Pauling concerning the electroneutrality principle. Page 1. December 16, 1950
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Activity Listings

  • Bill from the Southern Counties Gas Company of California to LP for $29.58. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: (Assorted Bills, Receipts and Invoices, 1945-1950.), Box #4.059, Folder #59.3]
  • Letter from Emanuel Bresler, Department of Physiology, New York University, to LP RE: Regretfully terminates his plans to accept LP’s offer of a research fellowship because there is a strong likelihood that he will be called to military service. Mentions the possibility of seeing LP next time that he visits New York. [Letter from LP to Bresler, December 29, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Burch, George E.), #33.8]
  • Letter from Jay Stewart, President, Phi Lambda Upsilon (Honorary Chemical Society), Ohio State University, to LP RE: Confirms LP’s proposed dates of February 6, 7, and 8. States that they will schedule evening lectures for the first two days and an afternoon lecture on the third day so LP can depart for New York. States that they would like to receive the manuscript by January 6. [Letters from LP to Stewart, November 30, 1950 and January 25, 1950] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1951s.3]
  • Letter from LP to Alden H. Emery, American Chemical Society, Thanks him for his assistance during LP’s three year period of official service, and encloses the expenses for his recent Board of Directors meeting. [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.3]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. R.K. Burns thanking him for his offer to help LP. LP thinks that there will be no need for anything to be done. [Letter from R.K. Burns to LP, December 8, 1950] [Filed under LP Biographical: (Political Issues: California Senate Investigating Committee on Education, 1950-1951), Box #2.009, Folder #9.1]
  • Letter from LP to Frank Aydelotte, Institute for Advanced Study, RE: Discusses the Philosophical Society meeting in Philadelphia and states that AHP and he will be glad to see him there. States that he is troubled by Aydelotte’s statement that he doubts that the 1951 Rhode Scholars will be able to go to Oxford in the fall. Mentions that he decided to stay an extra day on his recent visit to Washington D.C. so he could visit Henry in New York. [Letters from Aydelotte to LP, December 4, 1950 and December 20, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Aydelotte, Frank, 1940-1955), #6.21]
  • Letter from M. F. Perutz, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, RE: States that they received a message saying that LP was annoyed with an article that appeared in Nature by Mitchison and himself. Writes that in the article they suggest that crystallization is the cause of sickling in sickle cell anemia. States that they cite LP’s research in their introductory paragraph. Writes that he was disappointed that LP was annoyed with their paper and points out that there is a slight difference in their opinions regarding the cause of sickling. Apologizes for the misunderstanding. Encloses reprints for LP and a few of his associates. [Manuscript, No Date] [Letter from LP to Perutz, February 6, 1951] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Perutz, Max: Correspondence), #307.1 and LP Manuscripts of Articles: 1950a.18]
  • Letter from Professor Lawrence O. Brockway, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, to LP RE: On behalf of the local section of the American Chemical Society, expresses their appreciation for LP’s visit to Ann Arbor to give a lecture. Inquires if LP has seen Justice Douglas’ brief prepared after the Supreme Court hearing on certain provisions in the Taft-Hartley Act and discusses its content. States that he is thinking about taking a sabbatical from 1952-1953 and that he would like to spend one semester at the Institute. [Letter from LP to Brockway, January 2, 1951] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Brockway, Lawrence O.), #31.11 and LP Speeches: 1950s.28]
  • Letter from Sterling Emerson to Mr. John B. Hatcher, RE: Explains the two options that Hatcher has that would allow him to receive credit for the work he’s done as a graduate student, either receiving an MS in biology or completing the requirements for the Ph.D. Says that it is Professor Borsooks belief that if he were to write up his research in an extended form, that it might constitute a thesis. [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia: (CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students by Linus Pauling, 1936-1963.), Box #1.018, Folder #18.2]
  • List of expenses for LP for the December 9-10 meeting of the Board of Directors. [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.3]