- Article: "Contamination of the Air by Radioactivity from the 1958 Nuclear Tests in the Pacific," Science. [Filed under LP Peace: (Materials re: Nuclear Fallout; Radiation Hazards, 1959), Box #7.003, Folder #3.14]
- Gallery Questions: Why the World Must Disarm, St. Pancras Town Hall, London, England, July 17, 1959. [Filed under LP Speeches: 1959s2.5]
- Letter [in Russian, with translation attached] from Academician K. V. Ostrovityanov, Vice President, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Editorial Office of the Journal "Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences, USSR" to LP RE: Says the readers of their journal are very interested in his impressions of the Exposition of achievements of the Soviet Union in the realms of science, technology and culture which opened in New York, says they hope he will not decline this invitation to write an article about their Exposition, and ask that he sends it in as soon as possible due to the immediate interest. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Academy of Sciences, U.S.S.R.), #7.5]
- Letter from Dr. Roland K. Robins, Assoc. Prof. Of Chemistry, Arizona State University, to Dr. Robert B. Corey, CIT, cc: LP, RE: Has finished synthesis of two of the requested compounds, and is continuing to work on the other two. [Letter from Corey to Robins July 20, 1959] [Filed under LP Science: (The National Foundation, 1958-1962), Box #14.024, Folder #24.1]
- Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, to Professor Arthur W. Galston, Department of Botany, Yale University RE: Acknowledges his letter, says LP is away on a European trip, and says she will call his attention to the letter on his return. [Letter from Galston to LP July 14, 1959, letter from LP to Galston August 20, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Galston, Arthur W.), #136.2]
- Letter from LP to Ruth Rosenwald. [Filed under LP Peace: (SANE, 1958-1966, 1982), Box #4.003, Folder #3.8]
17 July 1959
Mrs. Ruth Rosenwald
National Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy
202 East 44th Street, Room 305
New York 17, New York
Dear Mrs. Rosenwald:
Before leaving on his trip, Professor Pauling asked me to send you the enclosed copy of his speech and the photostat of a Russian article. I am very sorry there has been a delay in sending these two items to you, but I had to do some hunting for the article.
As you will see, there is an insert for the speech. I am not certain of the exact spot where this belongs, other than the fact that Dr. Pauling indicated to insert it before page 10. If you do need to know the exact placement of the insert, I shall ask Dr. Pauling when he returns a month from now and send the information to you.
In making a thermofax copy of the Russian article, several paragraphs had to be repeated because of the size of the article. I have indicated which paragraphs these are.
(Mrs.) Joan R. Harris
Secretary to Professor Pauling
- Letter from Stephen P. Hatchett, National Institutes of Health, to Don Ridgeway, Caltech, cc: LP, RE: Discusses finances of Ridgeway's renewal award. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Correspondence, 1959), #341.5]
- Note from Madhu Joshi to LP RE: Tells what he has been doing since he last spoke to him, tells about some of his research, says he is looking for permanent employment, hopes to one day be employed at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, asks him for suggestions for suitable employment, encloses a copy of his CV for reference, adds that the location is not of too much concern though says that they would like to return to the U.S., and says even if he has no suggestions he would appreciate a letter of reference on his behalf. (Attached: "Curriculum Vitae of Madhu M. Joshi") [Letter from LP to Joshi September 5, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (J: Correspondence, 1959), #192.25]
- Press Release: "The White House: Captive Nations Week, 1959: By the President of the United State of America A Proclamation." [Filed under LP Correspondence: (E: Correspondence, 1959), #112.25]