Letter from Linus Pauling to Gunnar Jahn. Page 1. October 30, 1961
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Travel: San Francisco, CA

Activity Listings

  • Airline ticket: Pan American, Los Angeles to San Francisco to London [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder #3.1]  
  • Bill from County Tax Collector because previous check was for the wrong amount. [Filed under LP Biographical: (California Institute of Technology: Assorted Financial Materials, 1945-1965), Box #1.032, Folder #32.6] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: London; TV show [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder #3.1] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: leave Los Angeles at 7:30 AM, arrive in San Francisco at 8:24 AM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder #3.1]  
  • Letter from A.L. Wirin to Senator J. Dodd RE: States that he was left with the impression at the time of the hearing that all unread portions would not be included in the record if they objected to their inclusion. Lists on behalf of LP a list of objections. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Correspondence re: Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 1960-1981), Box #2.017, Folder #17.1] 
  • Letter from Andrew Cordier to LP, RE: Cordier suggests that for LP and AHP’s visit to present signatures that they speak with Mr. T.G. Narayanan.  Narayanan was the Secretary General’s representative at Geneva during the three years of the negotiations on the cessation of nuclear weapons tests.  Narayanan would be willing to meet with the Paulings on November 9th in the afternoon. [Filed under LP Peace: (An Appeal to Stop the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, 1961), Box #5.011, Folder #11.10]
  • Letter from Corliss Lamont to LP, RE: Lamont is afraid that the resumption of nuclear testing by the Soviets has set back the peace movement, and from LP’s comments in the New York Times they seem to be entirely in accord on the subject.  He believes that although terrible things have been happening, there will be soon be a turn, which will keep us from a nuclear holocaust.  To take advantage of this, he proposes holding a big meeting in Madison Square Garden, with LP as the host and representative for the American peace movement, and other speakers from abroad.  (This seems to be only the first page of the letter, the rest is missing.) [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Individual Correspondence. (Lacey-Lattimer)), #212.5]
  • Letter from Helene De Lorenzo, Academic Press, to LP RE: Acknowledges receipt of Zuckerkandl and LP’s manuscript for the Szent-Györgyi Dedicatory Volume and will forward it to Dr. Bernard Pullman. [Letter from LP to Academic Press November 1, 1961] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1961), Box #1961a3, Folder #1961a3.10] 
  • Letter from LP to David Stitchkin B., Universidad de Concepcion. RE: Has decided to come to the University in January 1962. Shall ask his secretary to send a photograph and some biographical material. [Letter from Stitchkin B. September 29, 1961, November 11, 1961] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box # 1962s Folder #1962s.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Theodore S. Morgan, Solvay Process Division. RE: Informs him that he is so thoroughly committed for speeches during the near future that he cannot consider accepting another invitation. [Letter from Morgan October 6, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Correspondence, 1961): Box #381 Folder #381.2] 
  • Letter from Melvin Wray to LP, RE: Wray is sending in a petition with signatures for LP.   [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 Mrs. J. S. Ledgerwood to Alton Blakeslee, Associated Press, cc LP, RE: Discusses Blakeslee’s claims in the article “Does the danger justify the fear over radiation?”  She finds that it is no comfort to her that “only” 40,000 children will be harmed by radiation, and that those affected cannot be pinpointed.  The article is a “masterpiece of sly comforting of frightened mothers like myself”.  She would also like him to correct the misquote he gave from LP concerning the timetable for the defects seen in children.  Handwritten at the bottom: “send Oct. + Nov. Frontier.”  [Letter from Blakeslee to Ledgerwood, November 10, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1961-1963), #232.1]
  • Letter from Rupert H. Ingram, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., to LP RE: Informs that Martin Karplus expects the revision of Quantum Mechanics to be completed in the summer of 1962.  Agrees with LP’s suggestion to keep a supply of the old edition in stock. [Filed under LP Books: Unpb.8]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Hazards of the Fallout,” by R. E. Berry. Seattle Post Intelligencer. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1961: Box #1961n2, Folder #1961n2.50]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “USF Affidavit Draws Varied Comments”, The California Tech, November 2, 1961. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Academic Freedom – Loyalty Oaths at the University of California, 1941-1961), Box #2.033, Folder #33.29]
  • Note from Helen Tucker, President of Voice of Women, to AHP, RE: Says that the Peace Research Institute has now been launched, and the group will be assisting in a Finance Campaign.  Asks if there is any chance that AHP will be near Toronto to attend the “Search and Research for Peace–New Approaches” conference, and requests her exact schedule.  [Filed under AHP materials re: Peace and Women: (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom: 1959-1981), Box#4.001, Folder#1.1]