- Letter from Bo Landin, President, and Lars E. T. Svensson, Treasurer, The International Student Club of Stockholm, to LP RE: Invites him to their club after his lecture at Congress to give a short lecture and take part in a discussion, tells about the club, thinks his lecture will be more than appreciated, and says they will give him details if he can come. (Note on left side in black ink: "Ans'd OK for Wed. 29 July"] [Letter from LP to Chandler June 5, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1959), #75.2]
- Letter from F. Micheel, Organisch - Chemisches Institut der Westf. Wilhelms-Universität, to LP RE: Written in German. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1959), #258.1]
- Letter from Franz Paul Schneider, Aktionsgemeinschaft, to LP RE: Written in German. Welcomes LP and thanks him for coming to the Federal Republic to speak. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S:Correspondence, 1959), #380.3]
- Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP to Kaoru Yasui, RE: LP will apply for his visa in Oslo. LP has application forms and necessary documents with him. [Filed under LP Peace: (Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, 1957-1965, 1991), Box #4.008, Folder #8.3]
- Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, to Benno C. Levy RE: Acknowledges receipt of his letter, explains that he is away on a European trip, and says she will call his letter to LP's attention on his return. [Letter from Levy to LP June 1, 1959, letter from LP to Levy August 20, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1959), #231.5]
- Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, to Herbert Weisinger, Centennial Review of Arts and Sciences, RE: Says that LP has left for Europe and regrets his inability to prepare an article for the Centennial Review. [Letter from LP to Weisinger April 10, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W: Correspondence, 1959), #444.7]
- Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, to Lois Murray, Reporter, Great Falls Tribune, RE: Informs that LP will not be in his office during Murray's trip to Pasadena. [Letter from Murray to LP June 3, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1959), #258.1]
- Letter from Joan R. Harris, Secretary to LP, to Raymond L. Snow. RE: Acknowledges his letter. Informs him that LP is in Europe till August, and will see his letter then. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1960) #381.1]
- Letter from Laura A. Bechtel, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services, Lynwood Unified School District, to LP RE: Invites him to be a keynote speaker at their in-service training workshop, says he can relate his interest in biochemistry to the potential to learn, and believes he can tell how the underachiever can be spurred to do more. [Letter from LP to Bechtel August 24, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1959), #231.5]
- Letter from Linus Pauling, Jr. to Peter Pauling. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #5.038, Folder #38.2]
June 9, 1959
24 Whitehall Lodge
London, N. 10, England
We have been thinking about summer plans, and perhaps the time has come for further discussion. We are planning in arriving in Geneva on June 17th, via Los Angeles, New York, Boston, New York, and Paris. The house will be not quite finished when we arrive, so I daresay that the first few weeks will be spent in getting everything ship-shape. Besides the painting and furnishing of the house, I am bringing along two dynakit amplifiers and pre-amps with a stereo-converter, so I'll be pretty busy putting all those together. I am also carrying along my Tandberg Tape Recorder and some dozen or so tapes of my favorite records.
I understand that you will be through with your work towards the end of June. On or about the first of July, I am due to pick up a Porsche in Stuttgart, and I wonder if you and I could arrange to meet there to take delivery, then we could drive it back together. Or, you and Julia could meet me at Stuttgart and we could drive somewhat more leisurely and perhaps sightseeing a bit on the way back to Geneva.
I think it is fine if all three of you come to Geneva to stay with us, I have reservations about asking Joy to manage a household consisting of others than our children, however.
To sum up, it looks like our away-from-Geneva time must be after June 20th. If you can manage to arrange things so that you can accompany us, fine. If you have to leave in the middle of the trip, that can be arranged.
In addition to the above thoughts, I also have a desire to get to Paris for a day or two, and to get to London for a week or so to examine automobiles. I want very much to examine the Jensen more closely and possibly pick up an old M. G., such as the K-3. I'm still looking for a six seater convertible, and perhaps the Alvis should be looked at.
I'm also extremely anxious, like you, to putter around, relaxing and enjoying the vacation. I think that photography is just the ticket. When you come, be sure to bring some of your favorite negatives.
I've been driving myself crazy the last couple of weeks making tape recordings. It's a much more laborious task than one would first imagine. However, we'll have some kind of music, I hope.
Our address is, Hermitage-Lac, La Belotte, Geneva, Switzerland. The telephone number is 82144. The number of the concierge, M. Dupraz, is 82417.
[Handwritten note: Love to Julia and [indecipherable], for looking forward to seeing you!]
- Letter from P. E. Meadows, National Cash Register Company, to LP RE: Invites LP to give a seminar before his company in the fall. [Letter from Harris to Meadows June 15, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence, 1959), #288.3]
- Memo from Joan Harris to I. F. Betts, RE: Encloses the proposal for extension of Contract No. Nonr-220(33), to be sent to the Office of Naval Research. [Filed under LP Science: (Office of Naval Research: Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes and Assorted Materials re: "The Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds," Contract Nonr 220(33) (Chemistry 43), 1958-1963), Box #14.035, Folder #35.1]