Collagen Page 31. October 3, 1953
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Activity Listings

  • Article from Chemical and Engineering News regarding the Astin case entitled "Craig R. Sheaffer Quits Commerce Department." Assistant Secretary of Commerce Craig R. Sheaffer attempted to fire A. V. Astin, director of the NBS. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.023, Folder 23.3]
  • LP writes cheque to: to himself: amount: $180.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.022, Folder #1]
  • Letter from A. G. Keenan, Assistant Prof., Dept. of Chem., Illinois Institute of Technology, to LP RE: Asks LP a general question regarding his opinion that there exists an error in most books discussing the structure of the nucleus. Discusses his reasoning and asks LP to comment on his observation if he is interested in it. [Letter of response from LP to Prof. Keenan October 7, 1953] [Filed under K: Correspondence 1953, Box #200, Folder #18]
  • Letter from John T. Edsall to LP RE: Mentions his appreciation in being invited to a meeting on protein structure in Pasadena. Hopes to have a draft of his report for Science ready soon. Goes on to request that LP accept the position of chairman of a symposium on hemoglobin and the structure and stability of red blood cells that will be held congruent with the American Chemical Society meeting in Kansas City in the Soring. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Edsall October 7, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #106, Folder #5: file (John T. Edsall)].
  • Letter from R. J. Schnitzer of the New York Academy of Sciences to LP RE: invites LP to a conference to honor the 100th birthday of Paul Ehrlich in 1954. Wants LP to give a presentation entitled "Ehrlich's Side Chain Theory in the Light of Immunochemistry." [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Schnitzer October 6, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #379, Folder #1].
  • Letter from Victor Guillemin, Jr. to LP RE: writes with questions about the one-sided nature of molecules, and whether magnetic fields are the cause. [Letter of response from LP to Mr. Guillemin October 6, 1953] [Filed under G: Correspondence 1953, Box #140, Folder #17]