"The Significance of the Bomb-Test Negotiations." Page 1. November 12, 1961
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Travel: Amherst, MA

Activity Listings

  • Article: “Neutron Bomb Needed to Win Nuclear Race”, World, November 15, 1961. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Articles and Newspaper Clippings re: Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 1960-1966), Box #2.023, Folder #23.26]
  • Document: “Excretion of Tryptophan and Methionine by Patients with Phenylketonuria.” [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Individual Correspondence): Box #363 Folder #363.1] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: Amherst, Massachusetts; general interest address [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder #3.1] 
  • Letter from Eric S. Proskauer, Secretary, Interscience Publishers, Inc., to LP RE: Some time ago LP assigned the royalties from his book Perspectives in Organic Chemistry to the Sir Robert Robinson Foundation.  They would now like to use the $5200 that has accrued there to establish a Sir Robert Robinson Lectureship under the administration of The Chemical Society in London.  In order to do this, LP will need to go through some legal paperwork.  Attachment: Petition to transfer the funds. [Letter from Hopkins to LP November 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Individual Correspondence. (Robinson, Miles - Roosevelt)), #335.2]
  • Letter from Findlay E. Russell, Director of Laboratory at the College of Medical Evangelists, to LP RE: Tells LP that he saw the Ben Hunter program and was startled by the opinions of Dr. McCarthy of the Rand Corporation. Tells LP that he made copies of his paper Observations on Aging and Death and handed them out the his friends. Says that LP’s paper caused some of the to give up smoking. Encloses a poem written by one of these men, Dr. Leon R. Cole. [Letter from LP to Findlay November 11, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (R: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #342.2]               
  • Letter from Mrs. Ethel Rand and Mrs. Ettie Singman to LP, cc: Mr. I.F. Stone, Mr. Norman Cousins, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, Committee to Stop Nuclear Weapons Tests, the Civil Defense Letter Committee, the Women Strike for Peace, and Mr. Gerald Piel, RE: Suggest to LP that a day be selected when all people stay at home, in the hope that their absence would make an impact on the world’s leaders. Ask for LP’s support. [Letter from LP to Rand and Singman January 11, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence (R: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #342.2] 
  • Letter from Neil Sims, to Mrs. Harris. RE: Thanks her for the information regarding LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Correspondence, 1961): Box #381 Folder #381.2] 
  • Letter from R.W. Wiedman, California Department of Education to LP, RE: Wiedman thanks LP for his letter regarding the California Institute for Advanced Study. The Department's interest is related to Division 21 of the California Education code, which is meant to protect the integrity of academic degrees. Division 21 is enclosed. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W: Correspondence, 1960-1962), #445.2]
  • Letter from Robert G. West, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, to LP RE: Sends LP photographs of bubble chamber with accompanying explanatory sketches.  Briefly explains the photographs. [Letter from Hopkins to West November 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Books: 1964b.10]
  • Letter from Thomas L. Perry, to Zillah C. Shaw. RE: Is answering her letter to LP. Informs him that they have not worked on multiple sclerosis. Does not know of any research that has led to evidence of a genetic or biochemical abnormality in multiple sclerosis. [Letter from Shaw October 31, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Correspondence, 1961): Box #381 Folder #381.2] 
  • Letter from Thomas Perry to Aaron Nisenson RE: Perry is enclosing a copy of LP’s letter to The New York Times on Strontium-90 as well as a letter Perry wrote to his patients on this topic.  Perry points out that an additional matter of interest is the possibility that milk may no be heavily contaminated with iodine-131.  A method to decrease the iodine-131 absorption would be to give children doses of potassium iodide.  [Letter from Nisenson to LP November 1961]  [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Strontium-90, 1961-1963: Box #7.014, Folder #14.8]
  • Note from Henry Mayer, M.D., to LP RE: Lets LP know that he is sending a copy of the “Medical Tribune” under separate cover; it contains an article on LP.  Suggests possible diseases to study in relation to mental illness.  His wife, Ollie, will return from the East tomorrow, and he will give her the materials from AHP then.  Congratulates LP on all of his work, not just in the medical field.  It is good to know that there are people like him around these days. [Letter from LP to Mayer December 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Individual Correspondence. (Mark, Herman - Mayer)), #244.6]