"Lotmar-Picken" Page 1. January 15, 1952
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Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque: to: Sue Perry amount: $20.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.021, Folder #3]
  • LP performs lab work to determine the structure of the Lotmar-Picken muscle structure. [Filed under LP Science: Box 6.001, Folder 1.13].
  • LP writes cheque: to: Collector of Internal Revenue amount: $4408.76 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.021, Folder #3]
  • Letter from Dr. George G. Wright to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter with his thoughts regarding the Guggenheim Fellowship. Goes on to describe in further detail his work and papers published. Requests information applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship. [Letters from LP to Wright January 10, 1952, January 21, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #443, Folder #20].
  • Letter from Dr. Robert B. Corey to LP RE: Sends a report compiled by him and Dr. Pasternak on the present knowledge of the chemical and physical properties of the structure of collagen. Also includes reprints of four articles that are used for illustrative purposes. [Filed under LP Science: Box 6.004, Folder 4.3.]
  • Letter from Jesse DuMond to Prof. Frederick D. Rossini, cc: LP RE: Submits feedback on Prof. Rossini's paper for which he requested review. [6 pages] [Letter from Rossini to DuMond January 19, 1952] [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.028, Folder 28.1]
  • Letter from LP to Miss Jackie James RE: Gives Miss James Peter's address for home and at Caltech. Goes on to describe what Peter had been up to scholastically in the last year. [Filed under J: Correspondence 1952, Box #192, Folder #18]
  • Letter from W. Hume-Rothery, Harry Irving and R. J. P. Williams of the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford, to LP RE: The group has recently been able to study LP's letter of December 3, 1951 and have also re-read his original papers and are relieved to report that besides one aspect included in this letter, they believe that their paper is correct, and that LP's letter was written on a misunderstanding. Go on for eight pages to systematically defend their paper. [Letter from LP to Hume-Rothery February 5, 1952].
  • Memo from Judy Hagness to LP RE: Asks for LP to comment on the "attached so-called discovery of a so-called new element." [Letter from LP to Hagness January 17, 1952].