"Linus Pauling." Page 1. March 8, 1962
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Travel: Durham, NC

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary [handwritten]: North Carolina, American Friends Service Committee [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2] 
  • Letter from Alfred Marshak to LP RE: Asks LP if he would consider having him come study under LP for about a year. Explains that he is 55 and has had little formal training in chemistry and physics, but has made significant contributions in radiation biology and nucleic acid biochemistry. Says that he feels he would be able to contribute more to science if he could improve his grasp of physical chemistry. Discusses a specific idea he is interested in. Encloses his Curriculum Vitae. [Letter from Harris to Marshak March 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
  • Letter from Cecile Stevenson to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter and the recommendations he made. Gives him more information about her children’s children and their status with the disease. [Letter from LP to Stevenson February 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1] 
  • Letter from Dean J. Paul Reynolds, College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State University, to LP RE: Reynolds appreciates LP’s recommendation, but Rogers will be in England the following year and will therefore not be able to accept the position. [Letter from LP to Reynolds February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Individual Correspondence. (Robinson, Miles - Roosevelt)), #335.7] 
  • Letter from Edith Davis to LP RE: Davis and the WIL branch in Minneapolis ask LP for some quotable information on Strontium-90 in milk so that they may spread information on this problem and raise awareness. [Letter from Perry to David March 8, 1962]  [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Strontium-90, 1961-1963: Box #7.014, Folder #14.17]
  • Letter from Francis Hoague, to Speiser, Quinn & O’Brien. RE: Is asking LP to advise him of when he will be in the East next. Informs him that LP’s deposition will be taken by the defendants in the State of Washington action on March 26-28 in Seattle. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence re: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1962: Box #3.020 Folder #20.1] 
  • Letter from Gerald Edwards to LP. RE: Encloses a check for rent for March. Updates him on the situation with the service station. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence: Deer Flat Ranch, 1957-1969: Box #4.047 Folder #47.1] 
  • Letter from Izzy Edelman to LP RE: Makes some recommendations for a physician to look after LP and AHP. Also discusses his work on the mechanism of action of vasopressin saying that he would like to speak with LP about it at some point. [Letter from LP to Edelman May 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, E: Correspondence, 1960-1969 Box 113 Folder 113.3] 
  • Letter from J. Paul Reynolds to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter of recommendation for Dr. Max Rogers, but says that Rogers will not be interested in their situation since his plans for the coming year require him to be in England. [Letter from LP to Reynolds February 28, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Individual Correspondence (Robinson, Miles - Roosevelt) Box 335 Folder 335.7]  
  • Letter from Kenneth Hedberg to LP RE: Hedberg writes on behalf of the “Student Senate Committee on the Arms Race and Disarmament” to invite LP to come to OSU and speak and gives details about the pay and lecture. Hedberg talks about his failure to receive an NSF fellowship and the changes it made to his sabbatical leave plans. [Letter from LP to Hedberg April 4, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Individual Correspondence (Hedberg - Heipp) Box 153, Folder 153.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Henry R. Luce RE: Regrets to inform him that he is unable to attend the celebration for the 40th anniversary of TIME Magazine. [Letter from Luce to LP February 2, 1963 and letter from Bernhard M. Auer to LP March 22, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (T: Organizational Correspondence. (Ta-Ty)) #409.4]
  • Letter from Madalynn Rotter to LP RE: Tells LP that she is taking a class on American Issues and Problems at the University of Cincinatti and that the class feels that the Atomic Bomb as used for peace methods is one of the main points of interest. Requests LP’s information about the Atomic Bomb and an explanation of how LP came to those ideas. [Letter from Harris to Rotter March 22, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, R: Correspondence, 1960-1963 Box 342 Folder 342.3]  
  • Letter from Paul Walter to LP, RE: Walter is sending LP several enclosures which deal with the subject of disarmament.  Walter hopes to keep sending LP materials from the United World Federalists.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.4]
  • Letter from Reuben E. Wood to LP RE: Sends LP a copy of a translation of a Russian monograph and some correspondence between him and Delimarsky since he thought LP would be interested. [Filed under LP Correspondence, W: Individual Correspondence (Williams, J. W. - Wyman) Box 438, Folder 438.7] 
  • Letter from Richard Gibson to AHP, RE: Gibson was not able to raise enough money to have an ad appear in the Times recently.  Gibson and the Fair Play for Cuba Committee were pleased at the positive responses which have been received from people such as Bertrand Russell , Upton Sinclair, and Jean-Paul Sartre.  Gibson asks if AHP would like to have her name associated with an upcoming statement from the Committee which Gibson is enclosing.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Issues of International Diplomacy and Human Rights, Cu-Ir), Box #6.014, Folder #14.1]
  • Letter from Richard Thruelsen to LP RE: Tells LP that he will defer to LP’s wish to withdraw his manuscript. Says they have space for the Cambridge/Cornell manuscripts in the April Post. [Letter from LP to Thruelsen February 28, 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 Schutz to Greater St. Louis Citizens Committee on Nuclear Information, cc: LP RE: Asks if someone might be able to prepare a statement for him to distribute to the members of Lobby for Peace that raises all the questions and answers them that are important to nuclear testing. He wants this information so his organization can use it to write more intelligent and informed letters while lobbying against nuclear testing. [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2]
  • Letter from Robert W. Loeffler to LP RE: Encloses copies of letters to Dr. Hugh Fudenberg and to Sir Macfarlane Burnet. These letters are about an experiment he did which he thinks may be related to some of the fundamental principles of immunity. Asks for comments on the experiment. [Letter from Hopkins to Loeffler March 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, L: Correspondence 1961-1963 Box 232, Folder 232.2] 
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Miscellany,” The Guardian. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence, 1962-1965 Box 142 Folder 142.1] 
  • Newspaper clipping: “Dr. Pauling’s Call for Atom Testing Protest” Easton Express. [Filed under LP Biographical: LP Scrapbooks, 1961-1965: Box #6.008 Folder #8.217]
  • Schedule: 9:30 AM, AHP meets with a class; 10:30 AM, LP gives a speech; 3 PM, LP at an informal assembly with science professors and students [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2]