Letter from Linus Pauling to Alan M. MacEwan. Page 1. January 13, 1958
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Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP to Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists for $15.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks, December 1957-December 1959), Box #4.025, Folder #25.1]
  • Letter from A.K. Mitra to LP, RE: Thanks LP for his letter of January 15. Mitra is honored that LP asked the Government of India to circulate his petition. Mitra has forwarded the letter, as well as a press release, to Delhi and within two to three weeks the petition should be circulated. [Filed under LP Peace: (An Appeal by Scientists to the Governments and People of the World), Box #5.002, Folder #2.1]
  • Letter from Abraham Lederman, President, New York Teachers Union, to LP RE: Pleased that LP will accept the Annual Award at the Teachers Union conference on April 19. LP's acceptance speech should be about 20 minutes long. Offers to arrange hotel reservations. Will reimburse LP for his travel, hotel, and other expenses. Will send a copy of the program as soon as it is available. [Letter from Lederman to LP April 24, 1958] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1958s.14]
  • Letter from David Nachmansohn, M.D., Columbia University, to LP, RE: Explains details of a symposium on molecular biology in September. [Letter from Nachmansohn to LP, May 26, 1958] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence, 1957-1964) #288.2]
  • Letter from Dr. H. W. Thompson to LP RE: Says that though he is in sympathy with the aims of the Appeal, he doesn't feel like he can sign it. Tells LP that he really wants a situation that could bring about peace, but disagrees with LP's ideas of how to bring it about. Discusses politics related to the issue. Handwritten note at top, "No." [Filed under LP Safe Contents: Drawer , Folder 2.001]
  • Letter from I. M. Kolthoff, to A. N. Nesmeyanov, President, USSR Academy of Sciences. RE: Thanks him for the very hospitable invitation to attend the analytical symposium in Moscow. Asks help in obtaining a journalist visa for a friend. Informs him of the project that his friend is working on. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1958) #380.2]
  • Letter from John M. Reiner to LP RE: Encloses a summary and analysis of his situation, a biography, a bibliography, and a summary of his recent and current work. Asks LP for help in finding another position quickly since he was not hired for the position he was offered (he resigned his old position) since he failed the security test since he was "unloyal". Reiner wrote to challenge the charge of "falsification of government records" and requested an investigation to get it removed from his records. [Letter from LP to Reiner January 27, 1958] [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Materials re: Ford Foundation grants for the study of mental disorders, 1955-1966: Box #11.089, Folder #89.11]
  • Letter from Madhu Joshi to LP, RE: Joshi has given the letter to A.K. Mitra who is the First Secretary that is directly responsible for Atomic Energy Affairs. [Filed under LP Peace: (An Appeal by Scientists to the Governments and People of the World), Box #5.002, Folder #2.1]
  • Letter from Marshall Gates, Assistant Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society, to LP. RE: Encloses a manuscript by Blout and Karlson for his review. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Chemical and Engineering News) #70.3]
  • Letter from Prof. Marij Avcin, Pediatricna Klinika Medicinske Fakultete, Yugoslavia, to LP RE: Describes the work being done by Mr. Leonard W. Mayo related to consanguinity, and states he would like to come do research in the U.S.A. with Mayo. Asks LP to write to Dr. Mayo and Dr. Diamond to describe his hospital in Yugoslavia and introduce him to them. [Letter from LP to Avcin February 11, 1958] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence, 1958), #13.1]
  • Postcard from Bhagirath Mehta, to LP. RE: Desires for LP to read his manuscript and give his comments. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1958) #257.3]