Letter from Linus Pauling to J. Greenspan. Page 1. April 16, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to J. Greenspan. April 16, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Travel: New York, NY

Activity Listings

  • LP Political: Passport Problems, April 1952: Letter from Prof. WT Astbury of the Dept of Biomolecular Structure at the University of Leeds 2, to LP RE: lets LP know of their invitation by Edsall to the Courtaulds Research Laboratory at Maidenhead on May 5. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.002, Folder 2.6]
  • LP Political: Passport Problems, April 1952: Letter from R.B. Shipley of the Department of State to LP RE: writes that she has received LP's letters of April 12, 1952 and April 14, 1952. However, is still unable to grant him a passport. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.002, Folder 2.6]
  • LP Political: Passport Problems, April 1952: Page from an unknown publication with the heading "Comments and Communications" including a comment by A. H. Gordon of the Science for Peace Committee of England on the issue of biological warfare. [relates loosely to letter from LP to Mr. Boykin April 21, 1952] [Filed under LP Biographical Box 2.002, Folder 2.6].
  • LP Political: Passport Problems, May 1-16, 1952: Letter from M. Gilburt, Secretary of King's College, Strand, London to LP RE: informs LP that Prof. Coulson is moving to Oxford. Affirms LP's agreement to take part in the colloquium at King's College. [related letter from Prof. Charles Coulson to LP May 3, 1952]. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.002, Folder 2.7]
  • LP and AHP fly to Chicago, and then on to New York. That night, attends Executive Committee meeting of Sigma Xi Graduate Club, 155 Elm Street.
  • LP rents a car from the Avis Rent-A-Car at La Guardia Airport.
  • Letter from Dr. G. E. Burch to LP RE: thanks LP for helping him obtain a fellowship of the Guggenheim Foundation. Mentions working with LP on studies on the treatment of sickle cell crises. [previous letter from LP to Dr. Burch February 8, 1952, letter of response from LP to Dr. Burch May 15, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #33, Folder #8].
  • Letter from Frances V. Benner, Special Assistant, American Chemical Society, to LP, RE: Thanks him for his letter and writes that although many local sections will be disappointed, they understand his decision and thanks him for his interest. [Letter from LP to Benner, April 15, 1952] [Box 14.006, Folder 6.4]
  • Letter from Frank H. Johnson of Princeton U. to LP RE: in connection with a manuscript that he and Dr. Henry Eyring are preparing for a book entitled "Molecular Biology," he requests the permission to use figures by LP from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [Note in pen in left margin: "Ansd. OK"] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1952, Box #192, Folder #18]
  • Letter from MacMillan and Co. Ltd., Nature magazine to LP RE: request a copy of his intended discourse on the Structure of Proteins at the Friday Evening Discourse at the Royal Institution. [Letter of response from LP to The Editors of Nature May 12, 1952].
  • Letter from W. L. Bragg RE: Looking forward to seeing LP, wants him to be his guest at the Royal Society Club dinner in May. [following letter April 22, 1952]
  • Letter from the Department of the Navy Office of Naval Research to Caltech RE: Additional research on the structure of proteins and polypeptides is requested, and the budget is increased from $25,000 to $75,000. The length of contract is also changed, being extended to 1954. [Filed under LP Science: Box 13.004, Folder 4.3].