Letter from Linus Pauling to Dorothy Hodgkin. October 7, 1953

Pauling writes to thank Hodgkin for the two-volume history of the Anglo-Saxons. He writes that the conference went well aside from Hodgkin's absence. Pauling mentions that he has heard that she is holding her own protein conference and hopes it will take place. He discusses Peter Pauling's research on myoglobin, and concludes his letter by discussing his recent invitation to travel to Israel for the dedication of the Weizmann Institute.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to Dorothy Hodgkin. Page 1. October 7, 1953
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Associated: Peter Pauling, Thomas Hodgkin, Edward W. Hughes, W.L. Bragg, Weizmann Institute of Science

ID: corr159.12-lp-hodgkin-19531007

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