"The Significance of the Bomb-Test Negotiations." Page 1. November 12, 1961
"The Significance of the Bomb-Test Negotiations." November 12, 1961. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 3 pp.  View Transcript

Travel: Amherst, MA

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary [handwritten]: Amherst, Massachusetts; scientific interest address, Sigma Xi [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.1] 
  • Letter from Ann Fitzcharles to LP RE: Asks what facts and theories LP bases his ideas about nuclear fallout on. [Letter from Hopkins to Fitzcharles January 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from Dr. Psiorz, Verein Zur Forderung des Milchverbrauchs E.V., to LP RE: Asks if there is a threat of contamination of milk from recent atomic explosions. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #314.2] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Rick Benson RE: Harris suggests that Benson read No More War.  She is enclosing LP’s recent article ‘Genetic and Somatic Effects of Carbon-14.” [Letter from Benson to LP November 9, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1954-1961: Box #7.007, Folder #7.22]
  • Letter from John A. Fisher RE: Invites LP to speak at Jamestown College sometime when a visit to North Dakota would fit into LP’s travel plans. [Letter from Hopkins to Fisher November 22, 1961] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28]
  • Letter from John M. Novak to LP, RE: Asks for LP’s comments on the enclosed pamphlets outlining a mechanistic atomic theory.  If he doesn’t have the time, perhaps one of his students could look them over.  LP may keep the pamphlets, but return postage is included should he not wish to look at them. [Letter from LP to Novak, January 11, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence, 1957-1964), #288.5]
  • Letter from Kampanjen Mot Atomvapen to LP, RE: The Stockholm branch of the Kampanjen Mot Atomvapen will be holding a torch-light procession against Nuclear Weapons on November 20th. [Filed under LP Peace: (Oslo Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, May 2-7, 1961), Box #2.004, Folder #4.3]
  • Letter from Linda Pauling Kamb to Heinz Dehn, RE: Kamb is writing to acknowledge the receipt of Dehn’s letter and signatures from West Berlin.  LP is away and will not return until mid December so he is unable to make a comment on Dehn’s statement at this time.  [Dehn’s letter October 11, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace: (Correspondence re: circulation and signing of An Appeal to Stop the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, April-December, 1961), Box #5.013, Folder #13.2]
  • Letter from Linda Pauling Kamb to Paul A. Marsh, RE: LP will return in the middle of next month, and will consider the matter and write to him at that time. [Letter from Mr. Marsh to LP, November 11, 1961] [Letter from LP to Mr. Marsh, December 28, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (H: Correspondence, 1961-1962), #168.1]
  • Letter from Linda Pauling Kamb to W. M. Miller RE: Encloses 5 copies of the Oslo Statement, and informs him that LP is out of town. [Letter from Miller to LP November 16, 1961] [Letter from Harris to Miller March 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence, 1961-1962 Box 168 Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Lorenz Knorr, Deutsche Friedens-Union (German Peace Union), to LP, RE: Written in German.  Handwritten at the bottom: “Ans’d yes”. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (D: Correspondence, 1960-1966), #99.2]
  • Letter from Lorenz Knorr, Deutsche Friedens-Union, to LP, RE: Written in German.  Germany hasn’t been so close to the edge of the “abyss” than in these days of the threat of nuclear war.  Therefore the German people need to be warned about the dangers of war before it is too late.  He wants to advertise to the world and to Germany peaceful solutions to their problems.  Wants to give LP an idea of their previous work, so they are sending a pamphlet.  Asks if LP would like to be a patron of their peace conference.  All he would have to do is write a short greeting to the Congress and agree to have his name printed on their papers. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (K: Correspondence, 1957-1962), #201.5]
  • Letter from Mrs. Jack Alloy to LP, RE: Alloy on behalf of the Pennsylvania Branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom thank LP for his talk.  Alloy is enclosing newspaper clippings from the press coverage of the talk.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Wo), Box #4.016, Folder #16.1]
  • Letter from Mrs. Joan R. Harris, Secretary to LP, to Ann Perkins RE: LP is on a European trip.  Harris is sending some material under separate cover.  Handwritten at the bottom: “The Next Hundred Years, Ameer. J. Orthopsy., Aging and Death.” [Note from Perkins to LP October 30, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #314.2]
  • Letter from Mrs. Rudolph C. Serna, to LP. RE: Informs him that she and her husband named their son after LP and Lord Kelvin. [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Correspondence, 1961): Box #381 Folder #381.2] 
  • Letter from Thomas Perry to Gladys Steel RE: Perry suggests that Steel read LP’s book No More War as it details clearly the health hazards of fallout.  [Letter from Steel to LP November 5, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1954-1961: Box #7.007, Folder #7.22]
  • Manuscript and Typescript: Letter to the Editor of the New York Times. Discusses Edward Teller’s campaign to resume bomb testing. Published November 19, 1961. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1961), Box #1961a2, Folder 1961a2.15]  
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Deplores Red Tinge”, Springfield Union, November 16, 1961. [Filed under LP Biographical: (LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965), Box #6.008, Folder #8.145]
  • Note from Mrs. Kenneth Hayes, Jr., to LP and AHP, RE: Thought they might be interested in the enclosed.  She and Mr. Hayes will subscribe to “Minority of One” and look forward to reading their articles. [Letter from LP to Mrs. Hayes, December 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (H: Correspondence, 1961-1962), #168.1]