Telegram from Linus Pauling to Kenneth Pitzer. Page 1. July 8, 1955
Telegram from Linus Pauling to Kenneth Pitzer. July 8, 1955. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten note from Helen M. Foley to AHP RE: Discusses the town she lives in and her property, which she is planning to advertise in the Oregonian soon. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: (General Correspondence, Personal, A-M.), Box #1.001, Folder #1.2]
  • Honor: Université de l'État à Liège, Diplôme honorifique de Docteur en Sciences, [Diploma] Medal, July 5, 1955. [Includes correspondence] [Filed under LP Awards & Honors: 1955h.5]
  • Letter from Dr. Kenneth J. Palmer, Western Utilization Research Branch, Agricultural Research Service, RE: Encloses a reprint of the article by Albrecht and Corey on the crystal structure of glycine, which LP had loaned Palmer from his personal files. Agrees with LP that Albrecht and Corey did not commit themselves with regard to the position of the hydrogen atoms between the nitrogen and oxygen atoms of the adjacent molecules lying in the same sheet. Discusses the nuclear resonance data. Enjoyed the tea party given by LP and AHP. Thinks Eddie Hughes should be congratulated. [Letter from LP to Palmer July 11, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Individual Correspondence. (Pais - Perry)), #304.3]
  • Letter from James N. Shoolery, Varian Associates, to LP RE: Interesting piece of work has come to Shoolery's attention, concerning the deuterium exchange between peptides and water. This work, which was described in the European Scientific Notes of the Office of Naval Research, seems to bear on LP's research into the structure of proteins. Proposes that work be done along this lines at Gates and Crellin, which will be receiving a nuclear resonance spectrometer soon. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1953-1956), #379.3]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Harden McConnell, Shell Development Co., RE: Everyone in the department was pleased to have McConnell visit Caltech and deliver the nuclear resonance spectroscopy seminars. LP is sorry that he could not see McConnell as much as he had hoped. [Letter from McConnell to LP June 28, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Individual Correspondence. (McClure - McMillan)), #245.2]
  • Letter from Samuel L. Raines, M.D., Secretary, American Urological Association, and William P. Didusch, Executive Secretary, American Urological Association, to LP RE: Thanks LP for presenting a paper at a recent meeting of the American Urological Association. Encloses token check in gratitude. [Filed under LP: Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #12.21]
  • Memo from LP to Hallett Smith, RE: While speaking with Shyrock about the history of chemistry, Shyrock told LP about Dr. Robert Multhauf. Describes Multhauf's background and qualifications. Suggests that Multhauf come to Caltech to work on the history of science. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1953-1956), #379.3]
  • Photo: An autographed portrait of Albert Einstein. [Signed on the front:] "A. Einstein" [rubber stamp on font:] "Alan W. Richards, P.O. Box 286, Princeton, N.J." Letter from Alan W. Richards to LP RE: Sends LP this photo of Einstein taken on his 75th birthday. Says his wife is in Italy, to receive the honor of obtaining a Fulbright scholarship to attend the American Academy in Rome. Black and white print. [Ship #3436] [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1955i.68]