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February
  • Article: “A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia” Linde Oxygen Therapy News. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.206]
  • Letter from B. Beknazar-Yuzbashev to LP RE: Tells LP that the Novosti Press Agency is publishing a book titled “The World 20 Years Hence” that is supposed to provide a vision of what science and man’s intellect will bring the world by the 80s. Asks LP to contribute an article about the progress he thinks will be made in his field of study. [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from Li Siegel to LP RE: Siegel is a high school student dong research on the genetic effects of radiation.  She hopes that LP will send her some materials on the subject. [Letter from Harris February 19, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from R. King and Lang Brown to Member of Society for Visiting Scientists RE: Says that the lease of the Society’s current premises expires in March and they will be moving to a new location on March 12. Encourages members to visit the new premises. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Reds’ A-Tests Seen Killing 4 Million.” The Detroit Free Press. [Letter from Richard G. Hutchins to LP February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1962: Box #1962n, Folder #1962n.6]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Says Tests Doom 4 Million” Minneapolic Morning Tribune. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.207]
  • Note from LP to Eugene Rabinowitch, RE: LP will join as a sponsor for the Telegram to President Kennedy.  [Telgram from Rabinowitch to LP February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1948-1864), Box #3.016, Folder #16.8]

February 1
  • Check from AHP to American Humanist Association for $25.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5]
  • Check from AHP to The Unesco Courier for $5.50. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to rev. Annalee Stewart for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check stub from AHP to American Wilderness Society for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Document: Royalty Report from Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc. for No More War!. [Filed under LP Biographical: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1958-1988: Box #4.045 Folder #45.5]
  • Letter from Elaine K. Jones to LP RE: Tells LP that her and her sister were very interested in LP’s article concerning Mediterranean anemia. Since that is a problem in their family, she asks if LP has published any other articles on it which they may read. Asks if the anemia becomes weaker with each generation or remain the same. [Letter from LP to Jones February 13, 1962] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28] 
  • Letter from Margaret O. Hyde to Graham Berry RE: Requests information about molecules. Says she is interested in molecular medicine and LP’s work. [Note from Berry to LP March 4, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Richard Ramsey to LP, RE: Emory University would like to have LP do a 30 minute interview to be broadcast the following Sunday after his March 7th visit.  Dr. Starr of the political science department would interview LP.  [Letter from LP to Ramsey February 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Stanley Schaefer to LP RE: Says that he would like to postpone his trip south from February 7 to February 12 if that will work for LP. Handwritten note at bottom, “ans’d.” [Filed under LP Correspondence, W. H. Freeman and Company, 1960-1992, No Date. Box 440, Folder 440.3] 

February 2

February 3
  • Check from AHP to J. W. Robinson Co., for $382.04. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Letter from Garry de Young to LP RE: Encloses a poem, and says that LP’s letter broke the ice. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1] 
  • Letter from Herbert Rost to LP RE: Recommends a discussion on the topic of finite collectives of infinite numbers of infinitesimal things and invites LP’s comments. [Letter from LP to Rost February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Philip Altbach to SPU Member, RE: The Washington Action project is on the move and Altbach outlines the activities for that day.  Altbach hopes that students will have a chance to meet with their congressmen while in Washington.  Altbach is sending all SPU members information on how to write to the President and contact their congressmen.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.1]
  • Non-Pauling Article: “Plan for Survival” by Dr. Edward Teller printed in The Saturday Evening Post. [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Receipt from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for $200.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts, 1961-1962: Box #4.060 Folder #60.6] 

February 4  (Logan, UT)
  • Airline ticket: Western Air Lines, Los Angles to Logan, Utah [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Article: “Exclusive: K’s Basic Foreign Policy: Preserve Peace,” The New York Times. [Filed under LP Peace: Pauling Peace Research Notes: Box #6.012, Folder #12.3]
  • Check from AHP to Linda Pauling Kamb for $5000.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from R. Dale Haskin to Cy Planskett for $26.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: Bank of America, September 1960-November 1962: Box #4.019 Folder #19.3] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: LP in Logan, Utah; AHP in Philadelphia [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary: LP and AHP leave Los Angeles at 9:30 AM, arrive in Logan, Utah at 2:57 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2 and AHP Biographical (Travel Diaries and Itineraries, 1926, 1949-4974, 1981, No Date.), Box#3.008, Folder#8.5]
  • Receipt from Union 76 Oil Company to R. D. Haskin for $4.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch Bills, Receipts, Invoices, etc., 1960-1969: Box #4.048 Folder #48.1] 

February 5  (Logan, UT)
  • Article: “Second Transition in Solid CH4" by J.H. Coldwell, E.K. Gill, and J.A. Morrison.  The Journal of Chemical Physics. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1965), Box #1965a2, Folder #1965a2.2]
  • Hotel receipt: Mitchell Motel, Logan, Utah [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Invoice from University of California Medical Center for $100.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts, 1961-1962: Box #4.060 Folder #60.6] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: LP in Logan, Utah; AHP in Philadelphia [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from Allen Dolph to LP RE: Asks if LP might be able to send him a list of all the chemistry books LP has authored or co-authored for reference use in high school science classes. [Letter from Harris to LP February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, D: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1966 Box 99 Folder 99.3] 
  • Letter from Francis Hoague, MacDonald, Hoague & Bayless, to LP. RE: Encloses a copy of a letter from the New York attorneys in the Daily News suit. [Letter from Krause January 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence re: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1962: Box #3.020 Folder #20.1] 
  • Letter from John Clark, President, International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers to Friend RE: Explains that the Union has been designated a “Communist-infiltrated” organization by the Subversive Activities Control Board under the McCarran Act. Says that they are going to bring this issue to the Supreme Court. Asks for financial help with the problem. [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from John Kirk Gray to LP RE: Gives his thoughts and theories about what causes war and the role law should take in preventing it. [Letter from Gray to LP January 30, 1962] [Letter from Gray to LP March 19, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1] 
  • Letter from John M. Shepard to LP RE: Tells LP about his wife’s mother and uncle being afflicted with Huntington’s disease and then the discovery of his wife’s mother’s offspring having Huntington’s. Requests a personal discussion with LP while he is in San Francisco giving a lecture to discuss his anxieties. [Memo from Perry to LP March 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from The Organizing Committee, Freedom for the Spanish People to LP RE: Tells him about the International Encounter being planned to promote freedom for the Spanish people. Asks if LP would support the initiative and come to Rome in order to take part in the Encounter. Requests that he send a message of support to them even if he is unable to come to Rome. [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “Dr. Linus Pauling And His Beliefs On Nuclear Tests” The Herald Journal. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.195]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Lecturing tonight...” Herald Journal Logan. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.196]

February 6  (Logan, UT)
  • Check from AHP to Guardian Buying Service for $10.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from AHP to Maurice Villency for $.50. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check stub from AHP to Mayacamas for $106.89. [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Hotel bill: The Hotel Utah and Motor Lodge, Salt Lake City [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: LP in Logan, Utah; AHP in Philadelphia [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from Carl Marzani to LP RE: Encloses a study of U.S. foreign policy by Professor Neal which they hope will find merit in LP’s eyes while possibly strengthening the President’s position. Asks for LP’s comments on the study. [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from E. Thilo to LP RE: Written in German. Says that he cannot get the new edition to The Nature of the Chemical Bond in Germany and asks if LP might be able to send him a copy. Offers to get a book for LP that is hard to get in the U.S. [Filed under LP Correspondence, T: Individual Correspondence (Thant - Toole) Box 407, Folder 407.3]
  • Letter from LP to Robert Fuoss, Editor of the Saturday Evening Post RE: Asks Fuoss to seriously examine three articles written by LP that would complement the three articles by Dr. Edward Teller and printed in the Saturday Evening Post. Says that the readers of the Post should have both sides of the issue and all the information available to them. [Telegram from Fuoss to LP February 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Letter from Maribeth Baker to LP RE: Says that she has read about LP’s work on congenital defects which made her wonder if LP might be able to help her with her 5 year old son. Describes her son’s unknown illness and its symptoms. [Letter from Perry to Baker March 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from O.J. Acker to LP, RE: Acker is contacting LP on behalf of the Fellowship of Reconciliation to ask if he will be interested in attending the annual conference.  The conference is June 29th through July 4th.  Acker hopes that LP will be a speaker for this event.  [Letter from LP to Acker February 21, 1962]  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Fe-Me), Box #4.012, Folder #12.2]
  • Letter from Philip Altbach to Member of the SPU Advisory Council, RE: Altbach is starting a series of newsletters to keep advisory members up to date with events and issues with the Student Peace Union.  Altbach outlines a brieft history of the SPU as well as some plans for the future.  Altbach offers to send members copies of the Steering Committee mines and memos and welcomes comments and criticisms of SPU.  [Letter from LP February 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.1]
  • Letter from R. W. Welpott to LP RE: Thanks LP for helping WRCV-TV present their Pinpoint show of November 12. [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “Nobel Winner Warns: Disarmament the Only Way” The Salt Lake Tribune. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.196]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Warns of Dire Radiation Effects” Herald Journal Logan. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.196]

February 7  (Logan, UT)
  • Airline ticket: Western Air Lines, Salt Lake City to Los Angles [LP]; Salt Lake City to Philadelphia [AHP] [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: LP to return from Logan, Utah; AHP in Philadelphia [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary: LP leaves Salt Lake City, arrives in Los Angeles at 1:24 PM; AHP leaves Salt Lake City at 10:20 AM, arrive in Philadelphia at 8:45 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from Carey McWilliams to LP RE: Says he is writing apropos the big spread in the New York Times about Crick’s findings and related developments. Asks if LP could write an article for the Nation about these findings. Also asks what LP thinks about the report that less students were enrolling in science programs. [Letter from LP to McWilliams February 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Organizational Correspondence (Na- Na) Box 283, Folder 283.1]  
  • Letter from Rabbi Cohn to LP RE: Informs LP that Steve Allen will be receiving the Passover-Liberty Award for contributions to humanitarian causes. Asks LP to send a letter of congratulations to him, so that he can compile letters of congratulation together into a leather bound book to present to Steve Allen. [Letter from LP to Rabbi Cohn February 26, 1962] [Letter from LP to Steve Allen April 19, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.2]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Spieth Decides Pauling Not Competent on Disarmament.” University of California. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1962: Box #1962n, Folder #1962n.2]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Spieth Decides Pauling Note Competent on Disarmament” The UCR Highlander. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.197] also [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.199]
  • Refund application: Trans World Airlines; AHP flew United Airlines through Chicago on her way to Philadelphia; [apparently used for re-routing only; nothing was actually refunded] [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 

February 8

February 9

February 10
  • Check from LP to Bennett Travel Agency for $1513.06. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: AHP in Philadelphia [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary for LP and AHP, February 13-17. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.5] 
  • Itinerary: LP and AHP Feb. 13-17. [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts, 1961-1962: Box #4.060 Folder #60.6]
  • Letter from Juanita and Christian Bay to LP and AHP RE: Tells AHP and LP that they are happy to hear that they will be in the Bay area. Invites them to come over if they have the opportunity. Discusses Francis Herring’s work in the mobilization of Women for Peace. [Letter from LP to Bay March 1, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from N. M. Sissakian to LP RE: Thanks LP for the reprint, and says he will give the subject a most serious consideration. Handwritten note at bottom says “Oxypolygelatin.” [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from Poul Anderson to LP RE: Returns the reprints of LP’s articles to LP. Discusses differences in political views and explains his a little more. Asks two questions of LP about a citation for No More War! and whether he can include LP’s name on the acknowledgment page. Comments on LP pointing out his spelling error. Handwritten note on back includes an equation. [Letter from LP to Anderson January 26, 1962] [Letter from LP to Anderson February 20, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.7]
  • Non-Pauling Article: “The Fallout Scare” part 2 of 3 of “The Plan for Survival” by Dr. Edward Teller. Printed in The Saturday Evening Post. [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Receipt for $1.02. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch Bills, Receipts, Invoices, etc., 1960-1969: Box #4.048 Folder #48.1] 

February 11
  • Airline ticket: Philadelphia to Los Angeles [AHP] [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Check from AHP to Ballocks for $100.72. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: AHP to return from Philadelphia in the evening [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary: AHP leaves Philadelphia at 6:15 PM, arrives in Los Angeles at 8:30 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from G. Edwards to LP. RE: Encloses his rent check. Would like to operate the service station. Enjoys living there. Is making repairs when necessary. [Letter from LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch, 1957-1969: Box #4.047 Folder #47.1] 
  • Letter from Weldon W. Stromborn to LP RE: Asks LP for information about where he could obtain a copy of the text Introduction to Quantum Mechanics with Applications to Chemistry by LP and Martin Karplus which is referenced in The Nature of the Chemical Bond. Also aks for information on what LP considers the leading school in the study of metallurgy. [Letter from LP to Stromborn July 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1]

February 12
  • Article: “Barry Goldwater Accepts- The Lighter Side of Life in Washington” US News and World Report. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.201]
  • Article: “No News in St. Louis” The New Republic. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Boc #3.006 Folder #6.18]
  • Article: “On Resuming Nuclear Test,” The New Republic. [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Nuclear Testing, 1961-1963, 1980, 1986: Box #7.019, Folder #19.5]
  • Article: “Still No Arms Pact With The Soviets,” U.S. News and World Reports. [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Nuclear Testing, 1961-1963, 1980, 1986: Box #7.019, Folder #19.6]
  • Check from AHP to Mira Loma Mutual Water Co., for $14.42. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Otto Nathan for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from AHP to Pantorium for $62.75. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Letter from F. Baethgen to LP RE: Written in German. Asks for a list of all the honorary doctorates LP has received. [Letter from LP to Baethgen February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, C: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 76, Folder 76.2] 
  • Letter from Floyd Cartwright to LP RE: Cartwright needs LP’s correct address so that he may send him a copy of his prepared Testimony for the next hearing on the Elk River Reator.  Cartwright hopes that LP can look over the testimony and offer his thoughts.  [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Hans Bethe to LP RE: Tells LP that he is submitting a letter to the Saturday Evening Post in a non-direct rebuttal of Teller. Talks about other groups of scientists that will be submitting rebuttals and what they will be writing on. Suggests that LP submit some short comments to the fallout portion. [Filed under B: Individual Correspondence (Beach - Birge), Box 27 Folder  #27.17]
  • Letter from Helen Silver to LP RE: Encloses an article about research on embryos by Dr. Petrucci. Discusses different things she has read in relation to aging, and says that LP’s remarks in his article in LOOK Magazine point a way to the future. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from Howard S. Mason to LP RE: Invites LP to speak to the Portland Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi at their annual initiation meeting on May 10, 1962. [Letter from LP to Mason February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (Sc - Sm), #375.3] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Louise Andrews, RE: Harris outlines the Paulings’ plan for their lecture tour.  [Andrew’s letter February 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from LP to Francis Hoague. RE: Informs him that he will not be traveling to New York in February. Shall be available for his deposition on 26, 27 and 28 March. Asks for the name of a convenient hotel for them to stay in. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence, Note to Self re: Pauling v. Bellingham Publishing Company, 1960-1963, 1965, 1978: Box # 3.001 Folder #1.8]
  • Letter from Z. Z. Godlowski to LP RE: Asks for permission to republish LP’s figure representing alfa helix and pleated sheet type of protein molecule. [Letter from LP to Godlowski February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “No News in St. Louis” The New Republic. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.202]
  • Note from Antonio López Caracas, Venezuela to LP RE: Asks LP to help him in any way possible, and possibly to examine, his son who is mentally retarded. Encloses his sons electroencephalograms, a report of his last examination, and $50 for any expenses. [Letter from LP to López February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Science: (Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Materials re: Ford Foundation grants for the study of mental disorders, 1955-1966), Box #11.089, Folder #89.10] 
  • Note from LP to Mrs. Townsend RE: Authorizes Mrs. Harris to increase her work hours from 30 to 35 hours per week. Effective Feb. 12, 1962. [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 

February 13  (San Francisco, CA)

February 14  (San Francisco, CA)
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: San Francisco, Interdisciplinary Training Program in the Sciences Related to Mental Health [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Itinerary: AHP leaves San Francisco at 7:15 PM, arrives in Los Angeles at 8:24 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2]
  • Letter from Dan Hulbert to LP RE: Hulbert is doing a science fair project on the effects of fallout.  Hulbert asks for any information LP can give him on this topic.  [Letter from LP to Hulbert February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace:  Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Allen Dolph RE: Tells him that LP is absent from the office, so she is sending him a list of LP’s books in response to Dolph’s letter. [Letter from Dolph to LP February 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, D: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1966 Box 99 Folder 99.3] 
  • Letter from LP [signed by Linda Hopkins] to Herbert Rost RE: Returns Rost’s pamphlet. Says he had difficulty following the argument Rost presented. [Letter from Rost to LP February 3, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Jimmy Warsham RE: Answers the questions about sickle-cell anemia Warsham asked to the best of his knowledge. [Letter from Warsham to LP January 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Letter from LP to M. S. Longuet-Higgins RE: LP tells him that he did some work on the packing of spheres of unequal sizes, but never published anything significant on it. Says that he doubts his work would have any bearing on Longuet-Higgins’ problem. [Letter from Longuet-Higgins to LP January 29, 1962] [Letter from Longuet-Higgins to LP February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Raymond Defay RE: Says that he is very interested in the program for the 12th Solvay Congress, but he will not be able to attend due to some personal matters he will need to take care of. [Letter from Defay to LP January 30, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (So - Su) Box 376 Folder 376.4]
  • Letter from LP to Sri C. R. Das RE: Tells Das that he forwarded his letter to the Dean of Graduate Studies who will send application forms to Das. [Filed under LP Correspondence, D: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1966 Box 99 Folder 99.3] 
  • Letter from LP to William O’Donnell RE: LP admits that while the level of fallout is greater in the northern hemisphere than in the southern, that should not justify O’Donnell’s proposed move of his family.  LP is enclosing a letter he has written on Strontium-90.  [Letter from O’Donnell to LP January 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Lester C. Krogh to LP RE: Invites LP to speak before the Minnesota Section of the American Chemical Society on October 4, 1962. Describes the membership of the Minnesota Section. [Letter from LP to Krogh February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.5] 
  • Letter from Linda Hopkins to Epsie Kinard RE: She tells him that LP did not prepare a paper of his speech given at the First Inter-American Conference on Congenital Defects, but that the proceedings of the conference will be published. Tells Kinard who to contact for information about that possibility. [Letter from Kinard to LP January 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Louise Andrews to LP, RE: Anderson is inviting LP to participate in the Midwest Summer Institute of International Affairs during July 14- 21st at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.  LP title for the meeting will be “A Search for New Directions” and LP’s responsibilities would be to make one major presentation and participate in some panel discussions.  Andrews notes that LP’s travel and hospitality expenses would be covered and there would be a $150.00 honorarium. [Letter from LP February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Newton E. Morton RE: Explains that he has recently accepted a position as professor and chairman of the Genetics department at the University of Hawaii and they will be making a few appointments in the areas of human biochemical genetics and human immunogenetics. Asks for suggestions about who to hire. [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
  • Letter from Stanislaw Kulczynski, Ostap Dluski, and Tadeusz Strzalkowski to LP RE: Repeats the cordial invitation extended to LP and AHP to visit Poland. [Filed under LP Correspondence, K: Correspondence 1957-1962 Box 201, Folder 201.6] 
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Declare President Reports Pauling Refuses to Speak.”  University of California. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1962: Box #1962n, Folder #1962n.3]
  • Note: “The don’t have the manuscripts ready yet, but they said they would send them, perhaps in April.” Possibly from LP’s secretary to LP in reference to the manuscripts of chapters for the book “Birth Defects” that the National Foundation was going to send LP so he could write his chapter. [Filed under LP Manuscript of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a2, Folder #1962a2.1] 

February 15  (London, England)
  • Airline ticket: Qantas Empire Airways, San Francisco to London [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Check from AHP to Sheraton Palace Hotel for $49.16. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Itinerary: LP leaves San Francisco at 12:01 AM, arrives in London at 9:20 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from LP [Signed by Joan Harris] to E. R. Ottmer RE: Thanks Ottmer for writing his opinion of The Nature of the Chemical Bond.  Agrees that some drawings could be improved but defends the quality of others. [Letter from LP to Kreuzhage February 15, 1962] [Filed under LP Books: 1960b5.8]
  • Letter from LP to Bill Petteys RE: Encloses a reprint of his paper on aging and death. Says there a few other references given in the paper. Also suggests that Petteys refer to the book Smoking and Health by Dr. Alton Ochsner. [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]
  • Letter from LP to Hans Tambs-Lyche, RE: LP is pleased to learn that Tambs-Lyche has translated the Oslo Statement and that it was published in the journal Naturem.  LP is also sending Tambs-Lyche some additional materials from the Conference.   [Tambs-Lyche’s letter January 17, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Oslo Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, May 2-7, 1961), Box #2.004, Folder #4.4]
  • Letter from LP to Kreuzhage, Verlag Chemie, RE: Informs that he is sending a copy of his letter to Dr. E. R. Ottmer.  Mentions that he has found another error to be corrected in The Nature of the Chemical Bond. [Letter from LP to Ottmer February 15, 1962] [Filed under LP Books: 1960b5.8]
  • Letter from LP to Martin Helmke RE: Thanks Helmke for returning the book. Talks about his current peace lectures. [Letter from Helmke to LP November 8, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Poul Anderson RE: Offers to read some sections of Anderson’s work and to discuss them with Anderson through correspondence. Talks about some of the statements in Anderson’s letter of Jan. 26 expressing concern that Anderson’s book may not be reliable. Discusses some of Teller’s misleading statements. [Letters from Anderson to LP January 26, 1962, February 10, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.7]
  • Letter from LP to Robert Finn RE: Says that he really liked the statement Finn enclosed and was sorry to hear that he abandoned the project of getting signatures to it. Tells Finn that he thinks activities like that contribute to the ultimate solution of the great world problem. Says he hopes Finn might make another effort. [Letter from Finn to LP January 25, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from M. S. Arnoni, The Minority of One, to LP. RE: Thanks him for his thoughtful letters. Encloses a photostatic of a letter form Devin Garrity. Informs him that Harry Green recommends that they sue Garrity for libel. Asks if there is any possibility of obtaining the names and addresses of the signers of the two Pauling petitions to be used for the mailing of sample copies of TMO. [Letter from Garrity January 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Devin A. Garrity, 1962: Box #3.057 Folder # 57.10]
  • Letter from Mrs. Robert H. Fowler, Jr. to LP RE: Tells him that there is a debate going on in her town about a proposal to add sodium flouride to the water to help children’s teeth. Asks if doing so would really be beneficial because she wants to make the right decision when voting. [Letter from LP to Fowler March 30, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from Otto Nathan to LP RE: Thanks LP for the letter to Frank Wilkinson. Says that Wilkinson was very pleased with the message of welcome. Tells LP it was good to see AHP in Philadelphia and join her in her efforts to move the WIL to more drastic activity for peace. [Letter from LP to Nathan January 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Individual Correspondence (Nader - Newbold) Box 276, Folder 276.3] 
  • Letter from William H. Jones, Emory University, to LP. RE: Is excited to learn of his coming to the university. Invites him to be a guest at his home. [Letter from LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.7]

February 16  (London, England)
  • Letter from David J. Smith to LP RE: Tells LP they are pleased about his willingness to participate in their proposed symposium. Lists other people that have agreed to participate, and says they will continue to notify LP as plans develop. [Letter from LP to Smith January 25, 1962] [Letter from Smith to LP June 15, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Letter from Donald Gearhart to LP RE: Tells LP that the are considering George Gamow for a government job that may give him access to highly classified military information. Asks LP to fill out a form giving information that will help evaluate Gamow’s ability to do the job. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Individual Correspondence (Gadjusek - Goodell) Box 136, Folder 136.4] 
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe to LP RE: Thanks LP for his advice on the Fellowship applicants, which has been received. [Letter from Harris to Moe February 13, 1962, Letter from LP to Moe February 20, 1962]  [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1953-1975). Box #14.015, Folder #15.8]
  • Letter from Marjorie Buckley to LP RE: Buckley has written a play on the subject of the threats from nuclear explosions to be performed by youth in churches.  Buckley hopes that LP can record a few sentences on this threat so that his spoken words can be included in the play.  Buckley encloses a copy of the script for the play.  [Filed under LP Peace:  Assorted Non-Pauling Peace Materials:  Articles, Typescripts, Pamphlets, Booklets, Br-El: Box #8.002, Folder #2.2]
  • Letter from Richard Ramsey to LP, RE: Ramsey is enclosing LP and AHP’s plane ticked for their trip to North Caroline.  Ramsey suggests “Science and International Relations” as the topic for LP’s first speech and then another topic for his second speech.  Ramsey will soon be sending LP a more specific agenda for his time in North Carolina.  [Letters from LP to Ramsey February 8, 1962, February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Richard Thruelsen to LP RE: Tells LP that his correspondence with Robert Fuoss was handed over to him. Explains to LP that Hans Bethe is not writing a rebuttal to Teller, instead they have asked a Cornell group to answer. Asks LP to consider an abstraction of his remarks as a possibility for an answer to Teller. Handwritten notes in the margins related to publishing a single article. [Letter from LP to Thruelsen February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5]
  • Letter from Ruth Adams to LP, RE: Adams is in the process os writing an easy to understand book for the general public on radioactive fallout in food.  Adams requests LP’s permission to use a quote from No More War.  Adams will give full credit to LP and the publisher if her book is to become published.  [Letter from LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965), Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Thomas S. Kuhn to LP RE: Tells LP of a project that aims to gather records and recollections as sources for future studies of the development of quantum physics. Asks for LP’s participation in the project. Explains what would be needed from LP. [Letter from Kuhn to LP March 6, 1962] [Filed under K: Individual Correspondence (Klein, Samuel - Kusch) Box 199, Folder 199.15] also [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (So - Su) Box 376 Folder 376.5]                               
  • Letter from Vernon M. Ingram, Columbia Unversity, to LP. RE: Invites him to participate in an informal residential conference on hemoglobin at Arden House. [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1962: Box #1962s Folder #1962s.22] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling to Testify” unknown newspaper. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.200]               
  • Receipt from First Western Bank for a deposit of $940.00. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Biographical: Receipts: First Western Bank, 1959-1968: Box # 4.030 Folder #30.2] 
  • Typescript for Theater: “To Keep The Trust.” [Filed under LP Peace: Assorted Non-Pauling Peace Materials:  Articles, Typescripts, Pamphlets, Booklets, Br-El: Box #8.002, Folder #2.2]

February 17  (London, England)
  • Airline ticket: Qantas Empire Airways, London to Los Angeles [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Check from AHP to Durant Hotel for $22.87. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Itinerary: LP leaves London at 3:30 PM, arrives in Los Angeles at 8:25 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from F.C. Hunnius to LP, RE: Hunnius hopes that LP will send a few words of encouragement to be presented at the Third Annual Conference of the Canadian Committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards on February 26th and 27th.   [Letter from LP February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Na-On), Box #4.013, Folder #13.1]
  • Letter from Gunter Hermes to LP RE: Written in German. Asks LP for his thoughts on what people can do individually to achieve world peace and maintain it. Says that LP’s response will be published along with other similar responses. [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to E. E. Neely RE: Apologizes for the great delay in response to Neely’s letter. Encloses some pages from LP’s bibliography that cover the work he has done on proteins.  Says they would be glad to send him any they have available that he would like. [Letter from Neely to LP May 22, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Correspondence 1957-1964 Box 288, Folder 288.6]
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Edwin Flatto RE: Tells him that LP is on a trip, but they will send the requested material under separate cover and call LP’s attention to his letter when LP returns. [Letter from Flatto to LP January 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Frances Reynolds RE: Apologizes for the delay in answering Reynolds’ letter, explaining that LP has been away from Pasadena off and on. Says she is sending some materials under separate cover which she hopes will reach Reynolds in time. [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Mrs. Jay Jansen, RE: Harris is sending Jansen a copy of the Oslo Statement because she is not sure if Jansen’s letter ever received a reply from LP.  [Letter from Jansen to LP and AHP May 10, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace:  (Oslo Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, May 2-7, 1961), Box #2.004, Folder #4.4]
  • Letter from Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, to Henry Allen Moe RE: Returns the excess stamps sent by Moe to cover postage for the sending of LP’s Fellowship recommendations. [Letter form Moe to LP January 19, 1962, Letter from Mathias to Harris February 20, 1962]  [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1953-1975). Box #14.015, Folder #15.8]
  • Letter from Joan R. Harris, Secretary to LP to Paul Adriance RE: Concerns a letter Adriance sent to LP.  Included a  reprint of LP’s article in the October 61 issue of Frontier. [Letter from Adriance to LP September 26, 1961] [Letter from Adriance to Harris February 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.1]
  • Letter from Mary-Ellen Pantzer to LP RE: Asks for information related to becoming a biochemist for a career notebook for her social living class. [Letter from LP to Pantzer February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from Mortimer Frankel to LP RE: Encloses a draft copy of the Times letter in case the San Francisco one failed to arrive in time. Suggests some alternative actions for LP in case he doesn’t have time to revise the letter. [Letter from Frankel to LP February 13, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from P. Vieles to LP RE: Talks about Mr. N Israyli’s doctoral work at Montpellier and the joy he has been to work with. [Filed under LP Correspondence, I: Correspondence 1936-1973 Box 185, Folder 185.23] 
  • Letter from Richard A. Perkins to LP RE: Tells LP that he is working on a research paper and he is interested in structural chemistry and molecular medicine. Asks if LP has any suggestions of where he may find some reference material on the subject. [Letter from LP to Perkins February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]

February 18  (London, England)
  • Check from LP to J.H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd.  RE: £18.10.0.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.038, Folder #38.2]
  • Check from LP to Westbury Hotel RE: £10.0.0.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.038, Folder #38.2]
  • Letter from Becky Boston to LP RE: Tells LP that she is writing a term paper on nuclear testing in order to find out more information for herself and to know the facts behind the controversy. Asks LP for any information he might be able to send. [Letter from Hopkins to Boston March 30, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from J.H. Aupers, University College, to LP RE: Asks if LP could hire him and his friend during summer vacation, or help them find employment. Writes that they are willing to try any type of work, preferably in the laboratory. [Letter from LP to Aupers February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students of Linus Pauling, 1935-1963), Box #1.017, Folder #17.2] 
  • Letter from John Buckely to LP, RE: Buckely has a neighbor who is planning to move to Australia because of the threat of fallout.  Buckely asks if fallout is truly this great of a threat.   [Letter from LP February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965), Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Paula Hocks to LP RE: Encloses an excerpt from the ACS Listening Post about holding a luncheon in a fallout shelter, and talks about her concerns about it. Asks for LP’s thoughts on the matter. [Letter from LP to Hocks July 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Notes: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons tests and disarmament], London. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.6]

February 19
  • Article: “Strontium-90 Process Details Revealed”, Chemical and Engineering News, February 19, 1962. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Material from LP’s Desk at C.I.T., 1958-1964), Box #1.034, Folder #34.3]
  • Baggage claim ticket: Pan American Airways, London to Los Angeles [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Check from AHP to Judy Mayer for $3.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Flyer: “No More War” and “Operation Correction”, Independent Student Union. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.204]
  • Letter from Bruce O. Watkins to LP RE: Gives a detailed account of a lecture Dr. Teller gave at Utah State University. [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Letter from Cecile Stevenson to LP RE: Tells LP about a transcribed radio interview with LP about molecular medicine and crescent cell anemia and another hereditary disease which she hear. Asks if any progress has been made on other such diseases, particularly chronic juvenile glaucoma which she suffers from. Handwritten note attached signed TLP who discusses his knowledge of glaucoma. [Letter from LP to Stevenson February 24, 1962] [Letter from LP to Armstrong February 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from Douglas Routh, Associated Students, Pomona College, to LP. RE: Invites him to address the student body on the philosophical and scientific problems presented by the nuclear era. [Letter from LP February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.11] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Howard Green RE: Tells him that LP has been unable to respond, but she will send him some material under separate cover. [Letter from Green to LP December 11, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1] 
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Li Siegel RE: Harris is sending Siegel some materials while LP is away from Pasadena.  [Letter from Siegel to LP February 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Pamela Owens RE: Harris is sending Owens some materials which will be helpful for her project on radioactive fallout.  [Letter from Owens to LP December 6, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.0]
  • Letter from Karol J. Mysels, University of Southern California, to LP. RE: Invites him to give their department a Research Conference on May 25. [Letter from LP February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.14] 
  • Letter from Kenneth R. Carnahan to LP RE: Explains that he is a senior at Culver-Stockton College majoring in chemistry and mathematics. Says he is working on a senior seminar of the biochemistry of life. Asks LP for any basic information he might be able to send on the DNA molecule. Thanks LP for his time and consideration. [Letter from LP to Carnahan February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, C: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 76, Folder 76.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Bronk RE: Says that he does think the Academy might need the services of a full-time President and probably a full-time Executive Vice President. Says that he agrees this would change the nature of the presidency, but he does not feel qualified at this time to make a significant contribution to the resolution of the problems involved. [Letter from Bronk to LP January 16, 1962] [Letter from Bronk to LP April 17, 1962] [Filed under B: Individual Correspondence (Brando - Bronk), Box 31 Folder  #31.12]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Switzer RE: Says he is glad to have been elected a fellow of the Mineralogical Society of America. Asks Switzer to communicate his thanks to the officers of the Society. [Letter from Switzer to LP January 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, C: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 76, Folder 76.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Selina Bendix RE: Thanks her for the reprints, and says he is sending her his reprint on anesthesia under separate cover. [Letter from Bendix to LP November 30, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Wolf Elkan, Rudolf Virchow Medical Society. RE: Accepts the invitation to speak to the society on November 5. [Letter from Elkan January 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1962: Box #1962s Folder #1962s.23] 
  • Letter from Louise Andrews to LP, RE: Andrews is advancing LP $200.00 for travel expenses.  LP’s honorarium of $900.00 will be mailed to him at the end of his speaking tour for the American Friends Service Committee. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Mrs. Kenneth L. Smith to LP RE: Smith and a group of mothers in her area are concerned about Strontium-90 in milk as it relates to their children’s health.  Smith asks for LP’s position on this problem and any literature which may be helpful.  [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Strontium-90, 1961-1963: Box #7.014, Folder #14.17]  
  • Limerick by Bertrand Russell, to LP: There was a great man, Linus Pauling/ Who left all the barristers crawling/ When he said "in your shelter/ you'll die in the welter/ While it howls around you are falling. [Filed under: LP Safe Contents, Drawer 2, Folder 2.002]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Dr. Pauling Defends Civil Disobedience” LA Herald-Examiner. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.200]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Backs Ban-Bomb Group” Star News [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.200]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Says He’s for Civil Disobedience” LA Times. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.205]
  • Poem from Maude Hennessy: “American Epitaph for Doomsday.” [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2]
  • Receipt from First Western Bank for a deposit of $695.73. [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts: First Western Bank, 1959-1968: Box # 4.030 Folder #30.2] 

February 20

February 21
  • Check for AHP to S. Calif. Symphony Association for $10.00. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Seattle Peace Information Center for $2.30. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5]                               
  • Envelope from First Western Bank:  Pasadena, California. [Envelope from First Western Bank December 26, 1961 and March 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.030, Folder #30.2]
  • Letter from Charlotte Phillips to LP RE: Asks for LP’s statement on peace. [Letter from Hopkins to Phillips March 30, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from Edwin Wilson to LP, RE: Wilson asks if LP can attend an American Humanist Meeting on March 30th in Los Angeles.  The meeting is a workshop on “Can We Be Scientific About Humanism?”  Dr. Stuart Dodd will be presenting and Dr. Ben Stoller will be presenting about the “Book of Man.”  [Letter from LP to Wilson February 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.5]
  • Letter from Gary Orren to LP RE: Tells LP that he is working on a science fair project dealing with intra-molecular hydrogen bonding. Asks if LP could send him any available information LP has on the hydrogen bond. [Letter from LP to Orren February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, O: Correspondence 1937-1965 Box 300, Folder 300.24] 
  • Letter from LP to James F. Crow, University of Wisconsin RE: LP encloses his manuscript “Fallout” and says that he has sent it to the Saturday Evening Post and that they will probably cut it considerably. Asks that Crow rewrite part of it if he can and that he revise the rest (has not told the Editor at the Saturday Evening Post that Crow plans to rewrite part of it). [Manuscript and Typescripts 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.5]
  • Letter from LP to John Buckely, RE: LP does not advise people to move to other parts of the world in order to escape fallout.  LP is sending Buckley some materials on the effects of nuclear war and fallout.  LP points out that the most important thing is for people to work against war and for disarmament.   [Letter from Buckely February 18, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965), Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from LP to Newton E. Morton RE: Says he is glad to hear of Morton’s appointment at the University of Hawaii. Says he does not have any proposal to make, though he does suggest Dr. Harvey Itano and Dr. Richard T. Jones. Both of these people have positions however. Also mentions Crellin Pauling, but says it does not seem likely that he would want a position in Hawaii for various reasons. [Letter from Morton to LP February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from LP to O.J. Acker, RE: LP has decided not to accept the invitation to speak at the annual conference of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.  LP has complications in his life that make it difficult to schedule an event during late June to July. [Letter from Acker to LP February 6, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Fe-Me), Box #4.012, Folder #12.2]
  • Letter from LP to R. H. Burris RE: Tells Burris that the best estimate he can make of the approximate length of appointment as Brittingham Professor is that he might be able to accept is one month. Says his plans for the future are somewhat uncertain at the present time which makes it difficult for him to come to a definite decision. [Letter from Burris to LP February 3, 1962] [Letter from Burris to LP March 1, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, U: Organizational Correspondence (Un - Un) Box 420, Folder 420.13]
  • Letter from LP to Richard Thruelsen RE: Sends a draft of a rebuttal to the second Teller article. Says it is about twice as long as Thruelsen suggested, and asks for Thruelsen’s advice about cutting it down to 1000 words. [Letter from Thruelsen to LP February 16, 1962] [Letter from Thruelsen to LP February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Letter from Leandro Manfrini to LP RE: Manfrini, a law student, asks LP his opinion about the article proposed to the Swiss Federal Constitution by popular initiative that would ban nuclear weapon manufacture, importation, transit, deposit, and use of atomic weapons. [Letter from Harris to Manfrini March 14, 1962, Letter from LP to Manfrini March 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.9] 
  • Letter from Lu Brann to LP RE: Encloses a letter regarding the Men and Molecule’s Script #49, entitled “Linus Pauling and Molecular Medicine.” [Letter from Stevenson to LP February 19, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from Ms. Milnor Alexander to LP RE: Concerns the possibility of LP speaking at an event hosted by Penn State in the spring or fall of 1962. [Letter from LP to Alexander February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.1]  
  • Letter from Robert Eddy to Joan Harris, RE: Eddy outlines the changes that have been made to LP’s schedule for March 25th.  LP will be leaving Chicago in the afternoon and arriving to Seattle later that day.  [Letter from Harris to Eddy March 15, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Newspaper Clipping, “Britain Jails Six in Bomb Protest.” [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am-Co), Box #4.010, Folder #10.13] 
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Final Decision Finally Made: Pauling Speaks Tomorrow.” The UCR Highlander. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1962: Box #1962n, Folder #1962n.5]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Mr. Watkinson’s £1,721 Millions.” The Guardian, Manchester. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence, 1962-1965 Box 142 Folder 142.1] 
  • Telegram from Eugene Rabinowitch to LP, RE: Rabinowitch is asking if LP will join as a sponsor for a telegram to be sent to President Kennedy.  [Letter from LP to Rabinowith 2-[?]-62] [Filed under LP Peace: (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1948-1964), Box #3.016, Folder #16.8]
  • Telegram from K. L. Jones to LP RE: Invites LP to speak at the open meeting of the Michigan Chapter of Sigma Xi in April on some aspect of radiation. Handwritten note at bottom says, “Regret unable to accept invitation to speak this spring. Letter follows. L.P.” [Letter from LP to Jones February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (Sc - Sm) Box 375 Folder 375.3] 

February 22
  • Letter from G. A. Jeffrey to LP RE: Invites LP to come see his lab and stay at his home while LP is in Pittsburgh to speak at the Student Union. Discusses his latest work. [Letter from LP to Jeffrey February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, J: Individual Correspondence (Jeffress - Jehle) Box 189, Folder 189.2] 
  • Letter from I. Bonnington to LP RE: Talks about problems facing the future of mankind and the importance of knowledge. Handwritten note at the top, “interesting sentence construction - illogical.” [Letter from LP to Bonnington February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from LP to A. Peterlin RE: Declines the invitation to visit the Camille Dreyfus Laboratory at the Research Triangle Insititute during his visit to Durham due to lack of time. [Letter from Peterlin to LP January 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Ann Henry RE: Says that he will not be able to participate in the TV telethon in April due to the press of some personal business that will require his full attention at that time. [Telegram from Henry to LP February 13, 1962] [Letter from LP to Henry February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]
  • Letter from LP to K. L. Jones RE: Says he is sorry that he did not receive Jones’ letter of January 10, explaining that it probably arrived while he was in Chile. Also apologizes for not being able to accept the invitation to speak to the Michigan Chapter of Sigma Xi. [Telegram from Jones to LP February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (Sc - Sm) Box 375 Folder 375.3] 
  • Letter from LP to Karol J. Mysels, University of Southern California. RE: Accepts his invitation to address the last Research Conference in Chemistry on May 25. Suggests the topic of ‘A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia’. [Letter from Mysels February 19, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.14] 
  • Letter from LP to Kenneth R. Carnahan RE: Says he hasn’t done any recent work on the DNA molecule, but gives a few suggestions about where to find information on the subject. [Letter from Carnahan to LP February 19, 1962
  • Letter from LP to Kenneth S. Trueblood RE: Expresses his sympathy, along with AHP, to Trueblood on the death of his father. [Filed under LP Correspondence, T: Individual Correspondence (Topchiev - Tyler) Box 408, Folder 408.4] 
  • Letter from LP to Lester C. Krogh RE: Declines the invitation to speak before the Minnesota Section of the A.C.S. because he has a conflicting engagement. [Letter from Krogh to LP February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.5] 
  • Letter from LP to Lowell Naeve RE: LP gives his permission for Naeve to use his article from Liberation “Why I am Opposed to Fallout Shelters.” [Letter from Naeve to LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace:  Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from LP to Samuel Corson, RE: LP is willing to have his lecture scheduled for Friday, March 23rd.  LP and AHP would be pleased to meet with the group of faculty members as well.   [Letter from Corson to LP February 13, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from LP to Susan Honeycutt, RE: LP is sending Honeycutt some papers and suggests that Honeycutt read No More War.  [Letter from Honeycutt to LP December 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from LP to Walter S. Collins RE: Declines the invitation to speak at Michigan State University because he says he has found it necessary to cut down on the number of speaking arrangements he makes. Says he regrets to make this decision and maybe he can visit another year. [Letter from Collins to LP February 2, 1962] [Letter from Collins to LP February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from Lena B. Evans, to LP. RE: Asks him to mail a check for $7.00 to the Security Title Insurance Company so that the transaction of the sale of Deer Flat Ranch can be closed. [Letter from LP February 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch, 1957-1969: Box #4.047 Folder #47.1] 
  • Letter from Peter Pauling to LP. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Peter Pauling, 1962: Box #5.044 Folder #44.3] 
    22 February, 1962

    Dear Daddy,

    It was good to see you. Next time we shall put you up in comfort, I hope.

    I have sent you some clippings and included in the attached envelope an Invoice Envelope for the American Crystallographic Association. Would you please put $7.50 in the envelope and send it to them as my dues? Thank you.

    I hope the paper on antiferromagnetism is Ok. The introduction may be a bit longer than suitable to a shorter paper, and the second NaCl structure needs writing and possibly more on the first; MnO is the basic compound. The end needs doing.

    If you have lost the ACA invoice envelope I have another.

    Love From

    Peter

  • Letter from Peter Turner to LP RE: Thanks LP for speaking at U.C.R. Says LP’s dedication to the subject of nuclear testing moved him. Says he did not realize that such idealism was possible in the “real” world. [Letter from LP to Turner February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, T:  Correspondence 1956-1963 Box 411, Folder 411.7]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “No replies to many questions on secrets trial but storm rocks commons,” The Guardian. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence, 1962-1965 Box 142 Folder 142.1] 
  • Telegram from McClure McCombs to LP, RE: McCombs is requesting 2,500 copies of LP’s March 1, 1961 letter and petition.  McCombs will distribute the letter in two weeks with the AFSC college newspaper.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Correspondence re: circulation and signing of An Appeal to Stop the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, January-March, 1961), Box #5.012, Folder #12.2]

February 23
  • Article: “The verdict is guilty, but has Regina won?” Peace News. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am-Co), Box #4.010, Folder #10.13]
  • Check from AHP to Comm for Conscientious Objectors for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to S. California Civil Defense Letter Committee for $50.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Letter from Carl G. Nelson to LP RE: Tells LP that he is a member of the senior class in the school of design at the University of Southern Illinois. Talks about “Print Magazine” and their goal to print a peace issue. Asks if LP would be willing to contribute a brief article on his views of world peace to be included in the issue. [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Correspondence 1957-1964 Box 288, Folder 288.6]  
  • Letter from Carl G. Nelson, Southern Illinois University to LP RE: Nelson asks LP to contribute an essay about his opinions on world peace to be part of the Print Magazine issue which is to be entitled “An Image of Peace.” Explains that LP has been a huge part of his education for the last three years. Includes a list of names of other people from varying fields who are being asked to contribute to the issue. The deadline for manuscripts is March 31, 1962. [Letter from Nelson to LP March 28, 1962, Letter from LP to Nelson April 4, 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.14]
  • Letter from Hans Bethe to LP RE: Encloses the articles from the Cornell and Cambridge groups. Suggests that LP’s proposal to write a rebuttal to the second article has made the Post somewhat reluctant to move and says that maybe LP should withdraw his suggestion and write a letter to the editor instead. [Letter from LP to Bethe February 9, 1962] [Letter from LP to Thruelsen February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter clarifying his recommendations for Fellowship applicants and informs LP that the Committee’s first-meeting approvals and non-approvals were as LP recommended. [Letter from LP to Moe February 20, 1962]  [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1953-1975). Box #14.015, Folder #15.8]
  • Letter from Iain C. Paul to LP RE: Says he has been advised to write to LP and offer himself as a possible post-doctoral research worker in LP’s labs. Discusses his education and qualifications. [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Austin J. Yerks Jr. RE: Tells Yerks that the petition of 15 January 1958 was followed by the three great nuclear powers by them stopping testing in the fall of 1958 and beginning to negotiate a bomb-test agreement. Says that the agreement was not completed and testing resumed last year. The Soviet Union proposed that an international agreement to stop all tests be made, but the nature of it was such that it was not accepted by the U.S. and England. Says that bomb test negotiations are still going on in Geneva. [Letter from Yerks to LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Y: Correspondence, 1938-1977 462, Folder 462.18]  
  • Letter from LP to Celia Waldman RE: Tells Waldman that he cannot give a very definite statement about the effect of atmospheric nuclear testing on the weather. Says that since nuclear tests release ions into the atmosphere and ions are centers of condensation it seems that there certainly would be some effect on the weather, but the extent and length of such effects is unknown. [Letter from Waldman September 24, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3]  
  • Letter from LP to David Adams, Pyramid Film Producers RE: Thanks him for the copies of the pamphlet on the film, “No More War!”. Asks Adams to send him 100 pamphlets to distribute. Says he thinks the pamphlet looks fine. [Letter from Adams to LP February 13, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Dr. A. D. Jonas RE: Tells Jonas that his hypothesis as discussed in the description of Jonas’ book was not described sufficiently well to permit LP to form an opinion about it. Says he has a feeling it relates to an aspect of the human body with which he is not familiar. Informs Jonas he is sending a copy of his paper on Aging and Death and a reprint of his paper on anesthesia under separate cover. [Letter from Jonas to LP February 28, 1962] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28] 
  • Letter from LP to Gene Sosin, cc: Gerard Piel RE: Discusses the errors in the copy of the Pravda interview with himself and AHP. Says he understands that part of it may be due to issues of translation from English to Russian and back to English. Talks about an incorrect statement in the article “Radio Liberty Treatment of Soviet Nuclear Tests” about LP’s views of the Russian resumption of tests. [Letter from Sosin to LP December 19, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1]
  • Letter from LP to Gerard Piel RE: Tells Piel that he had not seen the translation of the article about LP’s visit to the USSR. Says that his comments on a misrepresentation of one of his statements are contained in a letter to the Director of Radio Liberty. Expresses that he wishes there was some way of getting a more accurate reproduction of his statements. [Letter from Piel to LP January 31, 1962]  [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Individual Correspondence (Pettyjohn - Polanyi) Box 308, Folder 308.3]
  • Letter from LP to Kenneth P. Monroe RE: Tells Monroe that he does not think his proposal to use an aerosol of boric acid to purify the air is very practical. Says the best way of taking care of air pollution is to insist that the air not be polluted. [Letter from Monroe to LP September 12, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from Lee Mandelson to LP RE: Tells LP that he attended LP’s talk on Feb. 22 about nuclear war and disarmament. Says he had a question about LP’s statement that the presence of the “H” bomb was enough to deter people from atomic warfare. Asks what would prevent war if the “H” bomb was no longer present. [Letter from LP to Mandelson February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from Paul H. Adriance to Joan R. Harris, Secretary to LP RE: Concerns a  LP manuscript sent to Adriance and his subsequent actions to renounce the world armaments race. [Letter from Harris to Adriance February 17, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.1]       
  • Letter from Sidney Roth to LP RE: Invites LP to speak to Psi Chi at UCLA sometime in March, April, or May. [Letter from LP to Roth February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Stanislaw Turski to LP RE: Invites LP to visit the University of Warsaw while he is in Warsaw. [Letter from LP to Turski July 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Receipt from First Western Bank for a deposit of $155.62. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Biographical: Receipts: First Western Bank, 1959-1968: Box # 4.030 Folder #30.2] 

February 24
  • Check from LP to Forest Service USDA for $91.40. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from LP to Ralph J. Haskin for $300.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1] 
  • Check from LP to Security Title Insurance Co. For $7.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1] 
  • Letter from Arne Tiselius to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter and says that he has received a good deal of comments on his Nobel address. Tells LP he was happy to hear that LP had an opportunity to speak with Soviet scientists about the theory of resonance. [Letter from LP to Tiselius January 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, T: Individual Correspondence (Thant - Toole) Box 407, Folder 407.5] 
  • Letter from Joan R. Harris to R.T. Bond, Dodd, Mead and Company, RE: Asks the price of the Apollo editions of No More War! Writes that if LP can buy the copies at $1.00 each, he would like to have 100 copies sent to him. [Letter from Bond to Harris February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Books: 1958b3.1]
  • Letter from LP to Cecile Stevenson, cc: Marvin D. Armstrong RE: Says that he does not know anything about chronic juvenile glaucoma, but suggests that she and her children with the disease have some biochemical studies made in the chance that some discovery could be made about the genetic abnormality. Recommends that she contact Dr. Marvin Armstrong about doctors available in Philadelphia. [Letter from Stevenson to LP February 19, 1962] [Letter from Stevenson to LP March 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Edwin Wilson, RE: LP accepts Wilson’s invitation to attend the American Humanist Association workshop on March 30th to discuss the topic “Can We Be Scientific About Humanism?”  [Wilson’s letter February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.5]
  • Letter from LP to Elizabeth Tibbals RE: Thanks her for her letter, and says he is sending her some material on congenital defects under separate cover. [Letter from Tibbals to LP February 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, T:  Correspondence 1956-1963 Box 411, Folder 411.7]
  • Letter from LP to Gerald Zweitzig, RE: LP has a heavy schedule in the coming months and I unable to schedule a time to participate in Zweitzig’s program on the dangers of fallout.   [Letter from Zweitzig February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965), Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from LP to Harold Friedman RE: Thanks him for the dinner invitation, but explains that he will have very little free time because his trip is being completely arranged by the American Friends Service Committee. [Letter from Friedman to LP February 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6]
  • Letter from LP to Lena B. Evans. RE: Has mailed a check for $7.00 to Security Title Insurance Company. [Letter from Evans February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch, 1957-1969: Box #4.047 Folder #47.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Marvin D. Armstrong RE: Encloses a letter from Cecile Stevenson and his reply to it. Suggests that Armstrong could recommend a doctor to Stevenson in the Philadelphia area. [Letter from Stevenson to LP 219-652] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Philip Altbach, RE: LP wishes to tell Altbach how pleased he is with the recent activities of the Student Peace Union.  LP discusses his work in testifying on behalf of six young people from the Committee of 100.  [Letter from Altbach February 6, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.1]
  • Letter from LP to W. H. Eberhardt RE: Thanks Eberhardt for his offer to help him and AHP while they are in Atlanta. Says that he isn’t sure how much free time he will have while he is there because the American Friends Service Committee is arranging his trip. Tells Eberhardt that he is no longer restricted in his diet. [Letter from Eberhardt to LP February 20, 1962]  [Filed under LP Correspondence, E: Individual Correspondence (Eastman - Eide) Box 106, Folder 106.3]
  • Letter from Lorin Hawes to LP RE: Tells LP that he is trying to organize a protest against the forthcoming nuclear tests to be held near Australia. Asks about a survey that LP made reference to which correlated prenatal exposure to x-rays with an increased incidence of cancer in children. Asks for more information on the study and related information. [Letter from Hopkins to Hawes March 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from the Ryback family to LP RE: Says that they hope he is feeling fine and in the best of health and wish LP a happy birthday. [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Reprint, “Comments on the Article: ‘Thinking Ahead: Business Can Save 70,000,000 Lives.’” [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1954-1961: Box #7.007, Folder #7.17] 
  • Research Notebook of LP RE: [Sb9]5+ and [Pb9]4-, p. 58. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 24R]

February 25
  • Letter from Weldon Polzin to LP RE: Polzin asks LP for his opinion on whether individuals should spend time and money constructing shelters in case of nuclear war.  [Letter from Hopkins to Polzin March 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from William O’Donnell RE: Thanks LP for sending material on the practical steps one may take to combat the effects of fallout and for No More War. [Filed under LP Correspondence, O: Correspondence 1937-1965 Box 300, Folder 300.24]
  • Research Notebook of LP RE: Ta6Cl12++ and Mo6Cl8++++, p. 60-61. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 24R]

February 26
  • Check from AHP to Mayacamas Vineyards for $106.89. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from LP to Am. Cryst. Assocn for $7.50. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1]
  • Check from LP to American Humanist Assn. For $16.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Letter from Bruce Farrington to LP RE: Sends LP a summary of some theoretical work he has been doing on nucleic acid structure, protein biosynthesis, and correlation of the two subjects. Says that he would like to come down to Pasadena and show LP the working sequences which he has used. [Letter from LP to Farrington February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from Egon Bittner to LP RE: Thanks LP for his speech at the University of California, and gives his thoughts about the things LP spoke of and his mission in general. [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from Elaine Ledbetter to LP RE: Invites LP to speak at the banquet for the National Science Teachers Association conference to be held in Amarillo, Texas on August 23-24, 1962. Tells him the theme is “What is Evidence?” and they expect about 300 participants. [Letter from LP to Ledbetter April 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Correspondence 1957-1964 Box 288, Folder 288.6]  
  • Letter from James Petras to LP RE: Tells LP about the Berkeley Young Socialist Alliance of which he is a member. Invites LP to speak about peace and disarmament at the University of California at Berkeley. [Letter from LP to Petras February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Ann Henry RE: Tells her that upon further reflection on his schedule he thinks it might be possible for him to come to Winnipeg in April for one day for the telethon. Asks her what day it is supposed to take place so he can see whether he can make it. [Letter from LP to Henry February 22, 1962] [Letter from Whitmore to LP April 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]
  • Letter from LP to Don Meyer RE: Tells Meyer that he is looking forward to talking to Meyer and his friends if it can be fitted into his schedule. [Letter from Meyer to LP January 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Don R. Youngreen, cc: Burl R. Cuffman RE: Says it is not possible for him to serve as special consultant to the Junior College Workshop in Biology at Porterville College due to a conflicting engagement. [Letter from Youngreen to LP January 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from LP to Elaine Ledbetter, Pamp Senior High School, RE: LP apologizes for the delay in answering; upon his return from Europe he set off again for South America.  He regrets that he will not be able to make it to Amarillo in August, since he will be in Europe to take part in some scientific meetings. [Letter from Harris to Ledbetter November 17, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1961-1963), #232.1]
  • Letter from LP to G. A. Jeffrey RE: Tells Jeffrey that he hopes he will be able to visit Jeffrey’s lab while he is in Pittsburgh, but isn’t sure since the trip is being planned by the American Friends Service Committee. Also thanks Jeffrey for the offer to stay at his home. [Letter from Jeffrey to LP February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, J: Individual Correspondence (Jeffress - Jehle) Box 189, Folder 189.2]
  • Letter from LP to Gary Orren RE: Tells Orren that The Nature of the Chemical Bond has a long chapter on the hydrogen bond with many references for more information. Says it should be available in his library. [Letter from Orren to LP February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, O: Correspondence 1937-1965 Box 300, Folder 300.24]
  • Letter from LP to Harry C. Steinmetz RE: Apologizes to Steinmetz for not answering his letter earlier. Explains that he had a conflicting engagement for the 8th of November. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1]
  • Letter from LP to Harry E. Hardebeck RE: LP tells Hardebeck that he will note be able to come to Cornell because he already has too many speaking engagements. [Letter from Hardebeck to LP January 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Howard S. Mason RE: Tells Mason that he will not be able to accept his invitation to speak to the Portland Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi on May 10, 1962 due to his overly busy schedule. [Letter from Mason to LP February 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (Sc - Sm) Box 375 Folder 375.3]       
  • Letter from LP to John H. Luft RE: Tells Luft that there has been a change in his circumstances which has forced him to reconsider his plan of taking part in the University of Washington School of Medicine’s summer research program and he cannot accept the invitation. [Letter from Luft to January 29, 1962] [Letter from LP to Luft March 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Letter from LP to John L.T. Waugh, RE: LP does not have any suggestions to make about a short-term appointment that Waugh might be interested in. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W: Correspondence, 1960-1962), #445.3]
  • Letter from LP to Lee Mandelson RE: Says that Mendelson’s question is an important one and most students of the disarmament problem believe that stockpiles of H bombs under international control or supervision will be necessary for a long time. [Letter from Mandelson to LP February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Peter Pauling. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Peter Pauling, 1962: Box #5.044 Folder #44.3] 
    26 February 1962

    Dear Peter,

    Thanks for your letter and for the clippings. I immediately made use of the clippings, which helped me in writing an article about the trial. I have sent the article to The Nation, which I hope will publish it.

    Last night Ralph Schoenman's father, mother, and sister came over to see us. I gave his mother the clipping from The Daily Mail with the nice picture of Ralph and Lord and Lady Russell. If you have time, you might telephone Ralph and say that his father and mother and sister all seem to be in fine health and good spirits.

    I have sent a check to the ACA.

    Over the weekend I worked on the antiferromagnetism paper. I decided that it was best to begin the discussion with FeF3, which represents about the simplest form of antiferromagnetism. I got the paper about half written on Sunday, and then noticed that I had described the structure incorrectly. Whereas MoF3 has a cubic structure, the structure has collapsed in FeF3. This required only a small amount of rewriting, but then I got tied up in some other work and have decided that it is not possible for me to get the paper off to the Proceedings today, because there are too many things that I must get done before Mama and I take off on our lecture tour for the American Friends Service Committee. I shall have to postpone the job until April.

    I enjoyed being with you and Julia and the children.

    Love from,

    [Linus Pauling]

  • Letter from LP to Peter Turner RE: Thanks Turner for the letter, and says he is sending some reprints under separate cover. [Letter from Turner to LP February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, T:  Correspondence 1956-1963 Box 411, Folder 411.7]
  • Letter from LP to Phil Manning RE: Apologizes for not having been able to write to Manning to tell him about a conflicting engagement that prevented him from speaking on Feb. 14.  [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
  • Letter from LP to Rabbi Cohn RE: Encloses a letter for Steve Allen congratulating him on the receipt of the Passover-Liberty Award. [Letter from LP to Steve Allen April 19, 1962] [Letter from Rabbi Cohn to LP February 7, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.2]
  • Letter from LP to Ralph C. Kennedy RE: Apologizes for the delay in answering Kennedy’s letter. Tells Kennedy that his trip to San Francisco was very short and fitted in between other engagements so it would not have been possible for LP to visit Mendocino State hospital. [Letter from Kennedy to LP December 1, 1961] [Letter from Kennedy to LP March 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, K: Correspondence 1957-1962 Box 201, Folder 201.6] 
  • Letter from LP to Sidney Roth RE: Declines the invitation to speak to Psi Chi at UCLA due to his heavy schedule for the coming months. [Letter from Roth to LP February 23, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Linda Hopkins to Dan Hulbert RE: Hopkins is sending Hulbert some materials which will be helpful for his project.  [Letter from Hulbert to LP February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace:  Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from M. S. Longuet-Higgins to LP RE: Says that he used a computer to pack spheres successively into a limited space so that each new sphere touched four others. Discusses what this led him to believe and how his experiments matched up. Says he wonders how this would compare to LP’s experiences with black-top pavement. [Letter from LP to Longuet-Higgins February 14, 1962] [Letter from LP to Longuet-Higgins February 27, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Letter from Mark William Wallace to LP RE: Tells LP about finding an article by him about atmospheric testing and how LP’s ideas seemed to be sound to him. Wallace says that he shared the article with his classmates, but they didn’t react the same way and now he is getting criticized by his classmates. Asks if LP could send him some credentials that show that he is educated enough on the subject of nuclear testing to be writing articles about it. [Letter from Harris to Wallace March 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence, 1961-1962 Box 168 Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Poul Anderson to LP RE: Thanks LP for the letters and the materials sent to him. Says that he doesn’t have enough time to send LP a copy of the manuscript before his March 1 deadline. Tells LP what he will cite from LP and Kahn. Adds more to their discussion on disarmament and other political views. [Letter from LP to Anderson February 20, 1962] [Letter from LP to Anderson February 28, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.7]
  • Letter from R.T. Bond, Dodd, Mead and Company, to Joan Harris, Secretary to LP, RE: Informs Harris that they are shipping 100 copies of the Apollo edition of No More War! to LP at her request. Mentions that they are approximately $1.00 each. [Letters from Harris to Bond February 24, 1962, March 20, 1962] [Filed under LP Books: 1958b3.1]
  • Letter to Dr. Harold S. Diehl, American Cancer Society, Inc., RE: Concerns a lecture tour engagement during March. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (American Cancer Society), #9.6] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “Anti-Nuclear Convictions Protested” Star-News. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.200]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Californian Claims A-tests Mutilating” Sacramento Union. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.206]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Nobel Prize Winner Will Speak Here” Durham Sun. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.208]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Claims USSR Test Toll Is 4 Million” Sacramento Bee. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.206]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Says Russ A-Tests Doom Millions” Minneapolis Morning Tribune. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.207]
  • Newspaper clipping: “Pauling Sees 4 Million as Victims of A-Tests” LA Times. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.206] also [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.207]

February 27
  • Check from AHP to American Veterans Committee for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Defenders of Wildlife for $10.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to E. L. Payne for $30.04. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Pacific Tel & Tel for $106.11 [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Saco Western for $30.84. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to the Wilderness Society for $5.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Handwritten note: ‘$2.50 for flowers for funeral of mother of E. Jacobs.’ [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts, 1961-1962: Box #4.060 Folder #60.6] 
  • Letter from Gerard Piel to LP RE: Encloses the translation of the account of LP’s remarks in the Soviet press. Says that this type of misquotation probably comes from preperception, or only hearing what one wants to hear. Asks LP to know when he and AHP next come East. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Organizational Correspondence (Sa - Sc) Box 374 Folder 374.9] 
  • Letter from LP to Bruce Farrington RE: Says that he was interested in the letter and manuscript Farrington sent and that he would like to talk to him about it though he doubts it is worth while for Farrington to come to Pasadena. Tells him that he has not kept up with the field of protein coding so he doesn’t know that much about recent developments. [Letter from Farrington to LP February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, F: Correspondence, 1957 - 1966 Box 129, Folder 129.6] 
  • Letter from LP to Douglas Routh, Pomona College. RE: Accepts his invitation to speak at Pomona College. Suggests the title be ‘The Nature of Nuclear War and the Need for Disarmament’. Thinks the 5 of April will work the best. [Letter from Routh February 19, 1962] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.11] 
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Frank Catchpool. [Filed under LP Correspondence, Catchpool, John Francis, 1959-1994 #62.4] 
    27 Feb. 1962

    To: Dr. Catchpool

    From: Linus Pauling

    Subject: Proposed Research

    It seems to me that it might be well worth while to carry out some studies of electric conductivity of solutions, in the presence and absence of anesthetic agents.

    Let us consider a solution of a protein, with the molecules perhaps positively charged, and with some chloride ions also present in the solution. Most of the electric conductivity of the solution would be due to the chloride ions. A measure of conductivity as a function of temperature, in comparison with the known mobilities of chloride ion, might indicate that at some temperatures there is a decreased conductivity, resulting from entrapment of chloride ions in microcrystals attached also to the protein molecules.

    Moreover, a comparison of the conductivity of a solution and of the same solution with added anesthetic agent might provide similar evidence for such entrapment.

    I suggest that you do some reading about the measurement of electric conductance, and think about what sort of apparatus could best be used for a study of this sort.

    It seems to me that this study of electric conductivity might be the easiest way to get some significant information about the microcrystal theory.

  • Letter from LP to Findlay E. Russell RE: Thanks Russell for his comments about the Ben Hunter program, and says that he is glad to know about Russell’s use of his Aging and Death paper. Tells Russell he is sending some materials under separate cover. [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from LP to J.H. Aupers RE: Writes that he could hire Aupers and his friend Hall to assist with experimental studies related to a new molecular theory of general anesthesia. Explains that he could pay them $1.85/hour. [Letter from Aupers to LP February 18, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students of Linus Pauling, 1935-1963), Box #1.017, Folder #17.2] 
  • Letter from LP to James R. Arnold RE: Apologizes for the delay in response to Arnold’s letter, and says he hope it has not interfered with the promotion of Dr. Stanley Miller. Gives his opinion of Miller and his work, saying that he has no hesitation in supporting Dr. Miller’s promotion. [Letter from Hopkins to Arnold November 22, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
  • Letter from LP to Jerome Wiesner RE: LP is pleased to learn from Harrison Brown that an authoritative statement is going to be issued on fallout.  LP is enclosing some reprints from articles he wrote for Science.  LP explains in detail the background for the calculations which are made in the article [Letter from McRae to LP January 25, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Fallout and Radiation Shelters, and Civil Defense, 1962-1965: Box #7.008, Folder #8.10]
  • Letter from LP to Louise Andrews, RE: LP and AHP are sorry that they will not be able to accept Andrews’ invitation to participate in the Summer Institute of International Affairs during July 14 through the 21st.  [Andrews’ letter February 14, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from LP to M. S. Longuet-Higgins RE: LP tells Longuet-Higgins that he does not things that the materials used in black-top pavement have much relevance to his problem because the larger particles are far from spherical in shape. Asks if Loguet-Higgins has looked in the volumes of Acta Crystallographica to see what has been published about regular packings of spheres of different sizes. Asks if he has considered filling voids in a regular arrangement. [Letter from Longuet-Higgins to LP February 26, 1962] [Letter from Longuet-Higgins to LP March 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Carey McWilliams, Editor of The Nation RE: LP encloses his manuscript “The Committee of 100 on Trial” for publication. [Typescripts 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.8]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Rustum Roy, Department of Geophysics and Geochemistry at the Pennsylvania State University, RE: Apologizes for the delay in responding to Roy’s letter. Tells him that he is sending copies of two articles under separate cover. [Letter from Roy to LP October 12, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (R: Correspondence, 1960-1963), #342.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Rose Blyth RE: Says that he is going to have to be in Africa on Friday 18 May and that he will not be able to give the Friday Evening Lecture on molecular theory of anesthesia. Asks if it could be moved to another night, and apologizes for the change in his schedule. Handwritten note, “April 20th no.” [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1]
  • Letter from LP to Z. Z. Godlowski RE: Grants him to use the figure mentioned, but suggests that he use a different instead and sends a reprint with that figure in it. [Letter from Godlowski to LP February 12, 1962] [Letter from Godlowski to LP March 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1] 
  • Letter from M. Weissbluth to LP RE: Asks about LP’s interest in participating in a symposium on the quantum aspects of polypeptides and polynucleotides which will be held in Sept. 62, Dec. 62, or March 63 at Stanford University. [Letter from LP to Weissbluth March 1, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3] 
  • Letter from Robert L. Cosgriff to H. B. Bennett RE: Tells Bennett that the investigation about LP and AHP’s baggage problems while enroute to Santiago is finished. Describes what happened with the baggage and why it was late. Apologizes for their inconvenience. [Letter from Cosgriff to Bennett January 31, 1962] [Letter from Bennett to LP March 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 314, Folder 314.3]  
  • Letter from Robt. T. Ross to Horace C. Thuline, cc: LP and Dr. Kenneth Shaw RE: Gives Thuline information regarding setting up a state research program. [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Walter S. Collins to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter, but says that perhaps he did not make himself clear. Tells LP that the invitation to speak was for the 1962-63 academic year, not the current one. Says that with this clarification, he hopes LP will be able to accept the invitation. [Letter from LP to Collins February 22, 1962] [Letter from LP to Collins April 13, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1] 
  • Memo from LP to Arletta Townsend RE: Explains that he offered jobs for two months to John Henry Aupers and Peter David Hall, who appear to be the equivalent of juniors. Writes that he will let her know later if they accept the job. [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students of Linus Pauling, 1935-1963), Box #1.017, Folder #17.2] 
  • Memo from LP to Frank Catchpool RE: Encloses a letter he wrote to two boys in London, hiring them for two months of the summer. Asks Catchpool to let him know if he is dissatisfied. [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students of Linus Pauling, 1935-1963), Box #1.017, Folder #17.2] 
  • Research Notebook of LP RE: Stability of Boranes, p. 62-63. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 24R]
  • Statement and Invoice from Apollo Editions, Inc. for 100 copies of No More War for $104.78. [Filed under LP Books: 1958b3.1]

February 28
  • Check from AHP to Athenaeum for $6.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Bartley F. Yost for $30.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from AHP to J. Davis Literaure for $3.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Roess Market for $50.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Check from AHP to S. California Gas Co. For $21.15. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from AHP to Southern California Company for $40.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1962: Box # 4.076 Folder #76.5] 
  • Check from LP to Linda Hopkins for $250.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] also [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1]
  • Contract Status Report: Contract Nonr-220 (33), Chemistry 43 Acct. 65071, Director of Research: LP, February 28, 1962. [Filed under LP Science: (Office of Naval Research: Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes and Assorted Materials re: “The Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds”, Contract Nonr 220(33) (Chemistry 43), 1958-1963), Box #14.035, Folder #35.1]       
  • Contract Status Report: Contract Nonr-220 (38), Chemistry 49 Acct. 65070, Director of Research: Drs. R.B. Corey and LP, February 28, 1962. [Filed under LP Science: (Office of Naval Research: Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes and Assorted Materials re: “Structure and Properties of Proteins and Synthetic Polypeptides”, Contract Nonr 220(05) (Chemistry 32), 1951-1963), Box #14.032, Folder #32.2] 
  • Letter from A. . Jonas to LP RE: Explains why he wanted to write to LP about his hypothesis and discusses his ideas and their usefulness. Asks for LP’s comments on the book even if he isn’t interested in pursuing Jonas’ ideas. [Letter from LP to Jonas February 23, 1962] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28] 
  • Letter from Clara Sturges Johnson to LP RE: Says it was good to hear that so many nations wanted an end of all nuclear tests when the UN Political Committee voted on the emergency resolution urging Khruschev not to explode the big bomb. Asks if LP could suggest to scientists from other countries that similar action be taken to urge Kennedy not to resume testing. [Letter from Hopkins to Johnson March 8, 1962] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28]
  • Letter from Clara Urquhart to LP RE: Tells LP about her plans to put together a book on disobedience in its moral and ethical connotations with contributions from important public figures. Asks LP to contribute. [Letter from Hopkins to Urquhart March 8, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, U:  Correspondence 1936-1970 Box 421, Folder 421.20]
  • Letter from Jagdish Sahu to LP RE: Encloses his previous correspondence with LP in 1955. Tells LP that he has now received his doctoral degree and he hopes to obtain a post-doctoral fellowship in Pasadena in June of 1963. Asks LP if he could help set this up. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from John Toll to FAS Member, RE: Toll alerts members to the fact that if current expenditures continue, FAS will be bankrupt by the end of the year.  Since FAS receives almost all of its money from membership dues, Toll is asking that current members work hard at recruiting new members to join FAS.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Federation of American Scientists, 1948-1993), Box #4.007, Folder #7.3]
  • Letter from LP to Albert Szent-Gyorgyi RE: Encloses copies of his articles in Frontier that contain his statements about the expected magnitude and consequences of nuclear war. [Letter from Szent-Gyorgyi to LP January 10, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Szent-Györgyi, Albert 1939-1989 Box 371 Folder 371.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Crellin Pauling. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Crellin Pauling, 1960-1964: Box # 5.048 Folder #48.8] 
    28 February 1962

    Dear Crellie,

    I don't know whether or not I have told you that Mama and I are coming to Seattle on 25 March, probably staying until 29 March. We shall be staying in the Towne Center Motel, 2106 Fifth Avenue. I thought that we should stay there, convenient to the law offices downtown, to save trouble.

    I am to make a deposition in our suit against the Bellingham Publishing Company.

    Much love from

    [Linus Pauling]

  • Letter from LP to Dean J. Paul Reynolds RE: Gives his opinion of Dr. Max T. Rogers of Michigan State University, and recommends Rogers for the appointment as Head of the Department of Chemistry at Florida State University. [Letter from Hopkins to Reynolds November 14, 1961] [Letter from Reynolds to LP March 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Individual Correspondence (Robinson, Miles - Roosevelt) Box 335 Folder 335.7]  
  • Letter from LP to Dean J. Paul Reynolds, College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State University, RE: Recommends Max T. Rogers for the position of Head of the Department of Chemistry. [Letter from Hopkins to Reynolds November 14, 1961, and Letter from Reynolds to LP March 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Individual Correspondence. (Robinson, Miles - Roosevelt)), #335.7] 
  • Letter from LP to F.C. Hunnius, RE: LP is sorry that his travels to London to testify for the accused members of the Committee of 100 prevented him from responding sooner to Hunnius’ letter in time for the meeting on February 26th and 27th.  [Hunnius’ letter February 17, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Na-On), Box #4.013, Folder #13.1]
  • Letter from LP to F.W. Billmeyer, Jr. RE: Gives Billmeyer permission to use the figures asked about. Suggests that he use Figure 6 rather than Figure 7 because 6 has been more thoroughly verified than 7. [Letter from Billmeyer to LP December 27, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from LP to George and Billie Miller, RE: Says he was happy to receive his birthday card, and thinks that he and AHP will be visiting as they will be in Seattle soon to make a disposition in connection with their suit against Bellingham Herald. [Filed under AHP Biographical: (George Earl Miller: Correspondence, 1958-1971), Box#3.024, Folder#24.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Henry Koffler RE: Apologizes for the delay in answering Koffler’s letter. Gives his opinion of Dr. Joseph Kraut saying that Kraut is a sound, able, and well-trained crystallographer. [Letter from Hopkins to Koffler November 14, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence, K: Correspondence 1957-1962 Box 201, Folder 201.6] 
  • Letter from LP to Hyman Lipshutz RE: Tells Lipshutz that he does not know anything special about leukemia and is not in touch with any scientists who are working on the disease. Says if he comes across anything about it he will let Lipshutz know. Sends his sympathy and hope that some way will be found to help Lipshutz’s daughter. [Letter from Lipshutz to LP January 16, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Letter from LP to James Petras RE: Says that due to his heavy schedule in the coming months he doubts he would be able to come to Berkeley. Tells Petras that if he were to come to Berkeley he would like to be invited by the Associated Students, perhaps in collaboration with other groups. Discusses his recent talk at the University of California at Riverside. [Letter from Petras to LP February 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, P: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 314, Folder 314.3] 
  • Letter from LP to John R. Huizenga, Chairman, Seminar Committee, Argonne National Laboratory RE: Invites LP to speak at the Argonne National Laboratory. [Letter from Harris to Huizenga March 14, 1962] [Letter from LP to Huizenga, April 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Joseph F. Castka, Martin Van Buren High School, RE: Gives Castka permission to use problem 11-8 from College Chemistry in his book on chemistry problems. [Letter from Castka to LP January 3, 1962] [Filed under LP Books: 1955b.3]
  • Letter from LP to L. John Collins, RE: LP would like to attend the Conference in Accra during May 10th through the 17th.  LP would like to know if AHP is also invited to attend.  LP is enclosing a copy of the Oslo Statement and looks forward to seeing Collins in Ghana. [Letter from Collins to LP January 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Conferences, 1949-1962), Box #2.010, Folder #10.10]
  • Letter from LP to Letters Editor, New York Times RE: Encloses a letter that he hopes they will publish. [Typescript February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.4]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. I. Bonnington RE: Thanks Bonnington for the letter and says that he agrees with him. [Letter from Bonnington to LP February 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Rosemary Summers. RE: Apologizes for the delay in his response. Is willing to serve as a reference. Comments on Dr. Lippman’s death. [Letter from Summers August 28, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Correspondence, 1961): Box #381 Folder #381.2]
  • Letter from LP to Ms. Milnor Alexander RE: Concerns LP’s rejection of the invitation to speak for the Friends Peace Committee at Penn State. [Letters from Alexander to LP February 21, 1962, March 18, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.1]
  • Letter from LP to Poul Anderson RE: Tells Anderson that he does not think Anderson should cite either Kahn or himself and that he thinks Anderson might be misrepresenting Kahn’s view. Explains his reason for this. Expresses hope that Anderson’s forthcoming book will not misrepresent him. [Letter from Anderson to LP February 26, 1962] [Letter from Anderson to LP March 2, 1962] [Filed under A: Individual Correspondence (Alexander - Adelotte), Box 6 Folder  #6.7]
  • Letter from LP to Richard Ramsey, RE: LP notes that he and AHP Will be in Philadelphia March 10th and 11th.  LP asks that Ramsey schedule their return to Philadelphia for Friday night. [Letter from Ramsey to LP February 16, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from LP to Richard Thruelsen RE: Tells Thruelsen about the suggestion by Hans Bethe that LP withdraw the suggestion of an answer to Teller’s second article and says he is writing to withdraw his manuscript. Says that the article by Morrison, Orear, and Salpeter seems excellent. Suggests that at some later point the Post consider an article about fallout that is more informative than Teller’s second article. [Letter from Bethe to LP February 23, 1962] [Letter from Thruelsen to LP March 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5]
  • Letter from Nelson Fuson to LP, RE: Fuson is sending LP a schedule for his two days that he will be visiting Nashville.  Fuson will only be formally scheduling LP for events that are on the specific itinerary.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Philip Altbach to LP, RE: Altbach hopes that LP can help the Student Peace Union during this time of financial hardship.  Altbach suggests that LP send out letters to people who may also be favorable to contributing to the Student Peace Union.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.1]
  • Letter from Richard G. Hutchins to LP RE: Hutchins sends LP a newspaper article in which he is quoted and comments about it. [Newspaper Clipping: “Reds’ A-Tests Seen Killing 4 Million” Feb. 1962, Letter from LP to Hutchins July 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1962: Box #1962n, Folder #1962n.6] 
  • Letter from Richard Thruelsen to LP RE: Tells LP that he has worked over LP’s material with the science editor and has added it to the article by the Cornell and Cambridge groups. Says he is trying to get enough space to print the article and if he succeeds he will contact LP to review his material. [Letter from LP To Thruelsen February 21, 1962] [Letter from LP to Thruelsen April 2, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, Teller, Edward, 1936-1961 Box 406, Folder 406.5] 
  • Letter from Robert R. Citron to LP RE: Discusses the problem that world instability creates for making progress in scientific technology, mainly Citron’s own research with an immunochemical approach to cancer. Encloses letters between himself and governmental and health organizations related to his work for solving world instability. Handwritten note from Citron to LP on one enclosure dated March 1, 1962 talks about approaches to cancer lipids.”  [Letter from Hopkins to Citron March 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, C: Individual Correspondence (Citron - Conant) Box 66 Folder 66.1]
  • Letter from Sister David Joseph, C. S. J. To LP RE: Asks if LP could provide her with any additional information about Sickle Cell Anemia. Says she is particularly interested in electropharistic mobility and predicting the incidence of the disease. Also asks if LP could suggest a bibliography for research in Hematology. [Letter from Harris to Joseph March 6, 1962] [Filed under J: Correspondence 1933-1934, 1936-1964 Box 192, Folder 192.28] 
  • Paystub from CIT to LP for $1650.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Receipts, 1961-1962: Box #4.060 Folder #60.6] 
  • Research Notebook of LP RE: Theory of CH2 Triplet Ground State, pp. 276-277. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 23R]  
  • Returned check from LP and AHP to Pearl M. Jordan for $50.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks: First Western Bank, January 1962-December 1962: Box # 4.027 Folder #27.1] 
  • Telegram from Los Angeles Council for a SANE Nuclear Policy to LP, RE: The Council wishes LP a happy birthday. [Filed under LP Peace: (SANE, 1958-1966, 1982), Box #4.003, Folder #3.5] 
  • Telegram from Mary and Ben Clarke to LP RE: Sends birthday greetings to LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence, C: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 76, Folder 76.2] 
  • Telegram from the Zifersteins to LP RE: Wishes LP happy 7th decade plus one. Says the love him for himself, what he stands for, and for the great work he is doing. [Filed under LP Correspondence, Z: Individual Correspondence (Zachariasen - Ziferstein Box 464, Folder 464.8]
  • Typescript: “No Title,” Letter to the Editor of the New York Times [re: resumption of atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons]. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a, Folder #1962a.4]