- Indian Airlines Corporation passenger ticket and baggage check for AHP. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #3, Folder #3.022]
- Indian Airlines Corporation passenger ticket and baggage check for LP. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #3, Folder #3.022]
- Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, to Dr. O.H. Gaebler, Program Committee, International Symposium on Enzymes, Henry Ford Hospital, RE: Is unsure whether he would be able to participate in the International Symposium on Enzymes on November 1-3. LP will reply upon his return to Pasadena in March. [Letter from Gaebler to LP January 21, 1955, Letter from Gaebler to Wulf March 2, 1955] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1955s.25]
- Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, to Dr. William F. Neuman, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester, RE: Apologizes for not having answered Neuman's telegram. Says she cannot find the letter from Neuman to LP and assumes it was mislaid or never reached Pasadena. Requests that he send another copy. Understands from Dr. Riley that Neuman is inviting LP to participate in a summer conference. [Letter from Neuman to Wulf January 31, 1955, Letter from Wulf to Neuman February 3, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence), #287.22]
- Letter from Crellin Pauling to LP and AHP. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #5.048, Folder #48.5]
Sunday, February 1, 1955
[illegible] is very happy to hear from you. It seems that you are having a wonderful trip. I am envious. That was a sort of round about way to get from Israel to India, and probably sort of tiring. Elfriede writes me that Milton went back to Philadelphia. She didn't say why, just that he had left and that she was lonely. My trip in Europe and coming home was just wonderful. I got to Oslo just a few hours after you left, and I was sorry that I had not gone up earlier. I did enjoy every minute that I was in Stockholm, tho. We had Xmas dinner with the Harcloser and spent four days skiing. Little girls went along to give instruction. Lot of fun. I went skiing last week here, but Oregon snow is lousy. Peter and I spent three days in Copenhagen, after sending Linda back to England. Copenhagen is certainly a beautiful city. We went to the ballet - first ballet that I have ever seen. Trip home was uneventful, except that Idlewyld was fogged in and we flew around for an hour waiting for the fog to lift. I spent the afternoon with the Jahns in NYC. The photo of Daddy with the three girls made the New York Times, and a similar one, but not quite as nice, is on the cover of the current ACS monthly. The matron of the Stockholm youth hostel, that lovely white ship that we looked at from the hotel, was in town a few weeks ago, and she stayed with the Livermores. Dr. Livemore and his wife invited me to their home for dinner, and to meet the woman. I was very pleased and was happy to go. Mrs. Livermore bakes bread, fairly good bread. I'm afraid that my grades are not what they ought to be this semester. I haven't worked as hard as I should, and I'm going to make a concerted effort to do better next semester. Do you know when you will get to Honolulu, and also when you will be arriving in Los Angeles? I am considering going to LA over Easter, but haven't decided definitely yet.
Well, guess I'll go to bed. Have to get up early tomorrow. Vacation is over.
- Letter from Joel Warren, Science Attache, American Embassy in Sweden, to Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, RE: Acknowledges letter of January 24. Regrets to learn that Nobel Prize materials have been damaged slightly, but says it is not the fault of the U.S. government. If damage is too severe, suggests the Nobel Foundation be contacted directly. [Letter from Wulf to Warren January 24, 1955] [Filed under LP Awards: 1954h3.28]
- Letter from Margaret Cooper, Secretary, W. H. Freeman & Co., to Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, RE: Requests that Wulf send Linda and Peter Pauling's address. Freeman has something that he would like to send to them. Freeman was impressed by Wulf's letters, typed on her new typewriter. Further discusses Wulf's typewriter. [Letter from Cooper to Wulf February 4, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W.H. Freeman and Company, 1941-1959), #439.13]
- Letter from Secretary to LP to David C. Crockett, Massachusetts General Hospital, RE: Informs Crockett that LP has been away since the beginning of December and will not return until March. She thinks that LP could attend the meeting but is not sure. LP will write when he returns. [Letter from Crockett to LP January 28, 1955] [Filed under LP Science: Massachusetts General Hospital—Scientific Advisory Committee, 1949-1957: Box #15.008, Folder #8.7]
- Letter from Victor Reynolds, University Publisher, Cornell University Press, to Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, RE: Encloses copies of two letters. Trusts that LP will not have any trouble in withdrawing royalties held at the Chase National Bank in Tokyo. [Letter from Reynolds to Wulf January 13, 1955, Letter from LP to Reynolds May 19, 1955] [Filed under LP Books: (The Nature of the Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules and Crystals: An Introduction to Modern Structural Chemistry, Third Edition), #1960b5.2]
- Memo from Dr. Richard W. Lippman to LP RE: Describes his frustrations in writing Addis' memoir. Addis' family will not permit him to discuss Addis' political and philosophical views. Says he finds the manuscript reduced to a sterile, formal recital of Addis' accomplishments. Has summarized the material in a neutral way that does not do justice to what he would like to see done. Attached are LP's biographical notes on Addis. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Addis, Thomas. 2.4] [Also filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: 1955a.1]
- Photo: Front row, left to right: P.B. Mathur, S.C. Srivastava (Secretary), Dr. T.N. Shivpuri, Professor S. Ghosh, Linus Pauling, Ava Helen Pauling, Dr. A.K. Dey, R.S. Singh, and K.L. Yadav, sitting. Middle row, left to right: V.K. Mathur, U.S. Tiwari, Kuman S. Mukerji, K.K. Ganja, K. M. Sapne, K.I. Kapoor, K. S. Chawla, K. S. Chattreji, Khod Kumar, and M. Akmal standing. Back row: S. Kumar, M.L. Kaul, S.C. Jain, B.B. Pandey, and K.C. Muthur standing. The Chemical Society of the University of Allahabad. Allahabad, India. February, 1955. Photographer unknown. Black and white print. [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1955i.10]