"Technology and Democracy." Manuscript - Page 1. May 3, 1955
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Travel: Puerto Rico

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Alden A. Potter to LP RE: Discusses that which the word space connotes as affected by the theory of spherical packing. Encloses an essay by Dr. Alan Gregg entitled "A Medical Aspect of the Population Problem." [Letter from LP to Potter June 10, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence, 1953-1959), #313.3]
  • Letter from Department of Chemistry to Dr. T.H. Southard, Numerical Analysis Research, UCLA RE: Requests the Computing Time of SWAC. [Filed under LP Science: (Office of Naval Research: Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes and Assorted Materials re: "The Structure and Properties of Proteins and Synthetic Polypeptides," Contract Nonr 220(05) (Chemistry 32), 1951-1963), Box #14.032, Folder #32.2]
  • Letter from Herschel Mazer to LP RE: Mazer, a student at Venice High School, is working on a project on his future vocation: a chemist. Inquires how many years of college are necessary for a B.S. and other inquiries. [Letter from LP to Mazer May 25, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1950-1955), #256.6]
  • Letter from Martin Hall, Chairman, Religious Freedom Committee, First Unitarian Church, RE: Encloses committee's annual report on the drive to collect $10,000 to pay taxes, court costs, and lawyers' fees necessitated by the First Unitarian Church's decision not to sign the church loyalty oath and to test the legality of the oath. Expresses gratitude to LP for having lent his prestigious name to the fight to uphold the separation between church and state. [Filed under LP Peace: (First Unitarian Church, [Rev. Stephen H. Fritchman] Correspondence, 1948-1980.), Box #4.001, Folder #1.2]
  • Letter from Rev. Vincent F. Beatty, S.J., Chemistry Dept., Loyola College, to Gentlemen of W.H. Freeman and Company, Publishers, RE: While the second edition of College Chemistry does contain fuller explanations, believes that more has been sacrificed than gained by the revision. Able to assign every word of the first edition to students, but the second edition covers too much material to do this. Plans to continue using the first edition. Perhaps may begin to use the second edition in a few years, after becoming familiar with it. [Letter from Schaefer to Beatty July 7, 1955] [Filed under LP Books: (College Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook of General Chemistry, Second Edition), #1955b.2] [Also filed under LP Books: (College Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook of General Chemistry, Second Edition), #1955b2.1]