"Ferromagnetism" Page 1. March 30, 1952
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Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque: to: Frances Chapman amount: $6.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.021, Folder #3]
  • LP writes a report entitled, A Second Report on Silk Fibroin, which adjusts his previous report based on the intensity calculations of Dr. Marsh. [Related report February 25, 1952]. [Filed under LP Manuscripts and Typescripts: 1952a.7].
  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf to George Vineyard, RE: LP wants to thank Vineyard for the invitation to speak at the University of Missouri. [Vineyard’s letter April 1, 1952] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952s, Folder 1952s.6]
  • Letter from G. L. Clark to LP RE: Requests that LP participate in a national meeting of the American Chemical Society in September. Puts emphasis on LP's work on the present status of diffraction analysis. [Letter of reply from LP to Prof. Clark April 8, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #66, Folder #2].
  • Letter from Henry Quastler, University of Illinois, to LP RE: thanks him for the invitation to attend the Protein Substitutes meeting. [Filed under LP Science: Box 13.004, Folder 4.3].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. R. Byron Bird RE: apologizes for not writing sooner. Finds that the department is no longer able to hire a new man in theoretical chemistry, as they have already hired one of their own Ph. D.'s in applied chemistry. Requests that Dr. Bird send an expense list from his last visit to Caltech. [Letter from Dr. Bird April 12, 1952, follow up letter from LP to Dr. Bird April 8, 1952] [Filed under B: Correspondence 1952, Box #37, Folder #19]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Jerry Bell Re: answers some questions that this student had for him about the occupation of academic research chemistry. [Letter from Mr. Bell March 25, 1952].
  • Letter from LP to Prof. Arthur W. Davidson, Department of Chemistry, U of Kansas RE: in response to Prof. Davidson's letter, LP sends word that Caltech does not make use of any psychological, aptitude, or interest pattern tests with their graduate students, so he has no pertinent information to supply him with regarding those practices. [Letter from Prof. Davidson to LP March 8, 1952, letter of response from Prof. Davidson to LP April 11, 1952] [Filed under D: Correspondence 1952, Box #98, Folder #17]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. F. E. Malherbe RE: writes that he sends some of the mimeographed notes and problems in physical chemistry that for the most part were worked up by Prof. Bates. [related note to Prof. Prof. Bates March 11, 1952, letter from Prof. Malherbe to LP March 1, 1952] [Filed under M: Correspondence 1952, Box #256, Folder #3]
  • Letter from William F. Loranger to LP RE: writes to request that LP participate in honoring Professor George L. Clark at the dedication of the new X-ray laboratories in the Chemistry department at University of Illinois by writing a testimonial letter for the occasion. [Letter of response from the Executive Secretary of Gates and Crellin to Dr. William F. Loranger April 16, 1952].