Letter from Ava Helen Pauling to Evelyn Alloy. Page 1. September 22, 1961
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Travel: London, England

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Gustav Born to LP, RE: Asks for a reprint of LP’s paper ‘A molecular theory of general anaesthesia’ in Science.  His father, Max Born, has had prostate operation, but has recovered from it well. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Individual Correspondence. (Born-Braenden)), #29.1]
  • Letter from Mildred Parr to LP RE: Parr explains her ideas further; she is still working to have them accepted.  Handwritten at the top: “file no reply.”  [Letter from LP to Parr August 18, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #314.2]
  • Letter from Mrs. Gail Eaby to LP and AHP, RE: In a conversation with Mrs. Schroerluke, it was decided that a local, state and national walk to peace should be organized.  It would let the world know that many people have the peace of the world as their number one project.  She would like thoughts as to the desirability and mechanics of such a plan. [Letter to Mrs. Gail Eaby, September 21, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (E: Correspondence, 1960-1969), #113.2]
  • Letter from Priscilla Dunefeld to LP RE: Dunefeld hopes that LP can indicate whether her theory that increased fallout causes an increase in the proportion of identical twins which are born.   [Letter from LP to Dunefeld July 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Professor V. N. Njegovan, Yugoslavia, to LP, RE: Encloses a manuscript that was refused by two American publishers.  Although the ideas presented don’t correspond with the popular ideas, they are rigorous consequences of the Law of Mass-Energy Equivalences. [Letter from LP to Njegovan, October 16, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence, 1957-1964), #288.5]               
  • Letter from R.M. Featherstone to LP RE: Featherstone tells LP about the position of Lecturer that is available at the University of California and explains some problems that would have to be dealt with. Featherstone asks if LP could meet him in his office on October 6th. Featherstone also mentions that he and Dr. Cullen have been asked to direct a symposium during the 22nd International Congress of Physiological Sciences and asks if LP could speak at the symposium. Featherstone notes that he encloses a program for such a symposium. [Letter from LP to Featherstone: September 25, 1961] [Filed under LP Safe: Drawer 2, Folder 2.006]
  • Letter from Shinzo Hamai to LP, RE: Hamai and the people of Hiroshima are highly concerned by the current increasing tension in the world situation.  Hamai is sending a copy of the Peace Declaration which he read on August 6th, the anniversary of the destruction of Hiroshima.       [Filed under LP Peace: (Hiroshima Appeal, August 6, 1959 (original draft by LP); Hiroshima Peace Declarations, 1961, 1986-1994), Box #6.004, Folder #4.4]
  • Letter from Stanley E. Henwood, International Medical Congress, to LP. RE: Asks for a up-to-date biography and a recent photograph. [Letter from LP October 26, 1961] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.3] 
  • Memorandum from D.E. Hudson to Caltech Faculty RE: Explains that Caltech has entered an agreement with eight other American Universities to assist in the development of an Institute of Technology in the city of Kanpur, India. Explains what will happen next and what they hope to accomplish. [Memo from DuBridge to faculty September 25, 1961] [Filed under LP Biographical: (California Institute of Technology: Administrative Files, 1938-1971), Box #1.030, Folder #30.6]