Letter from Linus Pauling to W.H. Taylor. Page 1. March 30, 1953
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Travel: London

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: arrive in London at 9:45 AM [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.001, Folder 1.11]
  • Letter from BW to Mr. Arthur Rosenstock RE: encloses a photo. Says that LP and AHP are planning to attend the "Page One Ball" and suggests she forward them any letters Mr. Rosenstock wishes to send, as LP is currently on travels. [Letter from Mr. Arthur Rosenstock to LP April 1, 1953, related letter from Jacob L. Holtzmann April 9, 1953].
  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf , Executive Secretary to LP, to Arthur Rosenstock, Newspaper Guild of New York, RE: Encloses LP's photo. Informs that LP has gone abroad and his date of return. [Letter from Rosenstock to LP April 1, 1953] [Filed under LP Awards: 1953h.1]
  • Letter from Henry Wise of the Jet Propulsion Lab of Caltech to LP RE: writes with the interest of obtaining a teaching appointment with the Dept. of Chem. Engineering. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Wise May 25, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #444, File #1].
  • Letter from L.A. DuBridge to Dr. Otto Haas, Rohm and Haas Company bcc:LP RE: Explains the nature of the Industrial Associates program and would like to arrange a meeting with Haas and perhaps Dr. Connor to discuss Rohm and Haas Company participation in the program. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.028, Folder 28.3]
  • Letter from LP to H.G. Turley, RE: LP is sending a photograph and a biographical sketch as per Turley’s request. LP provides an outline of his estimated expenses for his travel to Cincinnati. [Turley’s letter March 23, 1953] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953), Box 1953s, Folder 1953s.8]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Neilly of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., RE: thanks him for the copy of the book Non-Aqueous Solvents by Audrieth and Kleinberg. Comments on the book. [Filed under W: Correspondence 1953] [Letter from Mr. Neilly to LP January 27, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #444, File #1].
  • Letter from LP to Mr. T. Imanishi RE: writes that he was interested to read Mr. Imanishi's last note, however, he is soon leaving on a trip to Europe, and therefore will not be able to think about Mr. Imanishi's questions at this time. It seems that the questions are too complicated for LP anyway, and so LP suggests that he will not be of much help to Mr. Imanishi. [Note from T. Imanishi to LP March 24, 1953, note from Mr. Imanishi to LP May 17, 1953] [Filed under I: Correspondence 1953, Box #185, Folder #14]
  • Letter from W. M. Stanley to LP RE: writes that without proof he does not believe that Dr. O'Gorman's contract was not renewed due to any bias involving the "oath controversy." Feels that it was just the natural result of his Department's realization that no argument could be made for his retention. [Letter from LP to Prof. Stanley March 30, 1953, related note from Dr. John Michael O'Gorman to LP February 8, 1953] [Filed under O: Correspondence 1953, Box #300, Folder #15]
  • Postcard from LP to Ava Helen Pauling RE: Writes that his plane is approaching the English coast. He mentions that he spent the previous evening with "Stan" and another man going over the printer's marks for the new edition of General Chemistry. [Filed under LP Safe: Box #1.021, Folder #21.2]

    Friday morning 3, April, 1953

    Dear girl:

    We are just approaching the English coast. The flight has been fine. We stopped in Goose Bay for an hour last night.

    Yesterday I spent the day (11:30 to 3:30) with Stan and the man putting in the printers' markds, McClintoch- no time for anything else.

    We are about 2 hours late.

    The same steward is on our BOAC clipper as last summer.

    Love from Daddy