Flyer implicating Linus Pauling as a Communist sympathizer. Page 1. March 13, 1962
Flyer implicating Linus Pauling as a Communist sympathizer. March 13, 1962. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.

Travel: Binghamton, NY

Activity Listings

  • Bulletin: “Bulletin of Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry” No. 5, 1962. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. 192 pages. Handwritten notes by LP read: “Dr. Catchpool” and “p. 25  P4O10” [Filed under LP Books: Unpb6.1]
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: Middle Atlantic A.F.S.C. lecture tour [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from Alice B. Harris to LP RE: Says she was excited to hear his talk on TV the other day. Tells LP that she wrote to the President, but expresses her doubts that it will do any good. [Letter from LP to Harris July 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Letter from Bernt V. Kügelgen to LP RE: Talks about the new book by Teller and Brown about the legacy of Hiroshima. Says that Sonntag finds it necessary to inform the public about the authors and characters of the book. Asks if LP could prepare a manuscript on this subject for them. [Filed under LP Correspondence, K: Correspondence 1957-1962 Box 201, Folder 201.6] 
  • Letter from Bob Wamir to LP RE: Encloses materials and correspondence that details a way of action he proposes. Asks if LP thinks the action described in the materials will be good if enough peopled pushed hard enough. [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence, 1960-1962 Box 445 Folder 445.3]  
  • Letter from Joan Harris to Robert Eddy, RE: Harris would like clarification on whether the Paulings’ flight for March 29th  is on United Airlines or on Western Airlines.   [Letter from Eddy to Harris February 21, 1962]  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from John Raeburn Green, to A. L. Wirin. RE: Informs of rulings in the Pauling suit. Informs him that President Kennedy has sent the names of his appointees for the vacant Federal judgeships to the Senate. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence re: Pauling v. Globe-Democrat Publishing Company, 1962: Box # 3.003 Folder # 3.3] 
  • Letter from Linda Hopkins to LP RE: Encloses another batch of letters and asks some questions from people who have contacted her. [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2] 
  • Schedule: LP and AHP in Binghamton, New York; afternoon coffee hour and informal talk by AHP; evening LP lecture at Harpur College, “Science in the Modern World”  [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2]
  • Telegram from Hugh Brock, Editor Peace News, to LP RE: Asks LP to confirm the figures of 100,000 U.S. and 50,000 U.S.S.R. megatons of stockpiled nuclear weapons. Handwritten note, “Ans’d.” Also, includes a handwritten note on the back from Linda that discusses being out of town and firing someone. [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 40, Folder 40.1]