- Article: “Sealed Seismic Stations,” London Times. [Filed under LP Peace: Pauling Peace Research Notes: Box #6.012, Folder #12.4]
- Article: “The Colossal Sham,” Newsweek. [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Nuclear Testing, 1961-1963, 1980, 1986: Box #7.019, Folder #19.10]
- Check from LP to Hotel Russell RE: £38.2.6. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.038, Folder #38.2]
- Check stub from LP to Hermann for $80.78. [Filed under LP Biographical: Check Registers, 1961-1963: Box #4.077 Folder #77.1]
- Itinerary [handwritten]: LP leaves London at 4:05 PM, arrives in Amsterdam at 5:15 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2]
- Itinerary [handwritten]: Leiden, XXII International Congress of Physiological Sciences [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.2]
- Letter from Alfred Hassler to LP, RE: Hasslet has just returned from Europe and the meeting of the Continuing Committee of the new International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace. Hassler’s editorial that appeared in Fellowship was prompted by Mr. Arnoni’s refusal to publish Hassler’s letter commenting on LP’s article and refusal to publish the statement prepared and signed by the eleven members of the American delegation to the Oxford Conference. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Fe-Me), Box #4.012, Folder #12.2]
- Letter from Charles F. Krause, to LP. RE: Encloses the original copy of his deposition. Asks him to notarize and sign it and return as soon as possible. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence re: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1962: Box #3.020 Folder #20.1]
- Letter from Hector Ritey to LP, RE: Ritey is sending LP some materials that he hopes will answer the questions LP has about the first Congress of Scientists on Survival. [LP’s letter July 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Co-Ev), Box #4.011, Folder #11.3]
- Letter from Irving A. Mandell to LP RE: Says it is evident that Dr. Hermann J. Miller decisively showed that LP equivocated when LP tried to prove that he never supported unilateral disarmament. Tells LP it is a pity that LP cannot realize the harm he is doing in influencing so many thousands of people who are activated by emotion rather than reason. [Letter from LP to Mandell September 18, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
- Letter from K. Fujino to AHP, RE: Expresses wishes for two Japanese girls to study in America and the difficulties in obtaining a passport and visa without a guardian in America. Informs AHP that her brother will be visiting the U.S. for a consultation with her in late October regarding the girls. [Filed under AHP Correspondence:(Japanese Correspondence: Pictures, Admission Forms 1950-1962), Box#1.003, Folder#3.20]
- Letter from L. N. Mulay to LP RE: Thanks LP for his comments. Says he has been aware of the discussions on ferrocene in The Nature of the Chemical Bond and they are discussed in his paper on ferrocene. Tells LP that he is revising the paper for the Journal of Chemical Physics and he will include LP’s interpretations. Says he will send LP a copy of the paper and he would appreciate any comments. [Letter from LP to Mulay August 9, 1962] [Letter from Mulay to LP September 24, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, M: Correspondence 1962-1964 Box 259, Folder 259.1]
- Letter from LP to AHP.
[Filed as 1962x.09.10.LP]
[written on a 3/4 piece of lined paper]
10 Sept. 1962
Dear little sweetheart:
Peter is here with me. I have just written another note to Gunnar Jahn, sending him the good editorial in today's London Times, which strongly advocates a bomb-test agreement, with inclusion of the Pugwash proposal about sealed-box seismographs.
Canon Collins (telephone) said that he wants us at the January London Conf., "not just SANE people dominated by Dr Homer Jack." "You and your wife have done a magnificent job. With no organization behind you, you have made a greater impact than anyone else, based on the force of your personalities."
I was with Petie & Julia from noon to 8 PM yesterday - then, went to bed.
I hope your meeting go along well. Be sure to telephone me, & to plan to come to Phila. as early as possible.
- Typescript: “Thermodynamic Theory for the Vapor-Liquid Critical Region of Water.” Presented by Hayes and Carol Slaughter before the Division of Water and Waste Chemistry, American Chemical Society. [Filed under B: Individual Correspondence (“Basic Scientists” - Bay), Box 24 Folder #24.1]