Letter from Linus Pauling to Mary Ellen David. Page 1. November 27, 1962
Letter from Linus Pauling to Mary Ellen David. November 27, 1962. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Envelope from First Western Bank:  Pasadena, California. [Envelope from First Western Bank October 24, 1962 and November 29, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.030, Folder #30.2]
  • Letter from A. A. Fatuoros, The University of Western Ontario to LP RE: Fatuoros invites LP to speak at The University of Western Ontario during the 1963-1964 academic year. [Letter from LP to Robert W. Torrens October 23, 1962, Letter from LP to A. A. Fatuoros December 5, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W: Correspondence, 1963-1965) #446.1]               
  • Letter from Barclays Bank Limited to LP RE: The Bank sends LP his statements.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.038, Folder #38.2]
  • Letter from David Baird Coursin to LP RE: Writes to LP for his confidential opinion on Dorothy Redlich as Coursin is looking to hire another person to work with his studies on vitamin B6. [Letter from LP to Coursin December 4, 1962] [Filed under LP Science: (Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Materials re: Ford Foundation grants for the study of mental disorders, 19555-1966), Box #11.089, Folder #89.11]  
  • Letter from Donald A. Strickland to LP RE: Says that he would like to meet with LP in connection with research he is doing on the political attitudes and activities of natural scientists sometime during the week of December 10th. Note attached indicates that they met on December 14th. [Filed under LP Correspondence, S: Correspondence, 1962-1963 Box 382 Folder 382.1]
  • Letter from Ian Williams to LP, RE: Williams is hoping that LP can send him some details about SANE because students and faculty at the University of New Orleans are interested in forming a SANE group.  [Reply from Linda Hopkins December 18, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (SANE, 1958-1966, 1982), Box #4.003, Folder #3.10]
  • Letter from LP [dictated by LP and signed in his absence Linda Hopkins] to Virginia Apgar, National Foundation RE: Agrees that the gene should be referred to as part of a DNA molecule rather than as a DNA molecule. Asks Apgar to make the changes to his manuscript. [Letter from Apgar to LP November 12, 1962] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1962), Box #1962a2, Folder #1962a2.1] 
  • Letter from LP to H. B. Bennett, H. B. Bennett Travel Agency RE: Encloses two unused tickets for reimbursement. [Filed under LP Correspondence, T:  Correspondence 1956-1963 Box 411, Folder 411.7]
  • Letter from LP to Herman Harvey RE: Tells Harvey that his decision to be on the show Sum and Substance would depend on factors such as the length of time, whether the program is live or filmed ahead of time, and the way in which the programs are conducted. [Letter from Hopkins to Harvey October 31, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, H: Correspondence 1961-1962 Box 168, Folder 168.2]
  • Letter from LP to Judy Newman RE: Says he has done quite a bit of work in the field of biochemistry, but he is sending her a few accounts of his work under separate cover that should be sufficient for her paper. [Letter from Newman to LP November 1, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Correspondence 1957-1964 Box 288, Folder 288.6]  
  • Letter from LP to Maximo Baron RE: Thanks Baron for the letter and reprints. Says he is very interested to hear about Baron’s work on the cyclic tetramer of chloral. [Letter from Baron to LP November 7, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Morton Hartz RE: Tells her he is sending an autographed copy of No More War! for the book fair under separate cover. [Letter from Hartz to LP November 9, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, N: Correspondence 1957-1964 Box 288, Folder 288.6]
  • Letter from LP to Murray Goodman RE: Tells him that he thinks he should withdraw from the Editorial Board because he does not think he will be able to serve effectively. [Telegram from Goodman to Hopkins November 15, 1962] [Letter from Goodman to LP February 11, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence, 1962-1965 Box 142 Folder 142.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Professor B. Nikiforov, RE:   LP does not agree with Nikiforov that the matter of stopping tests is purely political and not at all legal.  LP believes that this is a matter which could be dealt with in the courts of the United States and the Soviet Union.  [Letter from Nikiforov November 26, 1962] [Filed under LP Peace: (The Bomb Test Suits, 1962-1964), Box #6.002, Folder #2.1]
  • Letter from LP to Richard J. Wattenmaker RE: Says that he looked over the material about the Barnes Foundation and has decided that it is too far removed from his principal fields of active interest for him to be able ta take a stand about it. Says he does not have the time to do the research that would be necessary for him to get involved. [Letter from Hopkins to Wattenmaker October 30, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence, B: Individual Correspondence, 1962-1964 Box 40 Folder 40.1] 
  • Letter from Lawrence Scott to LP, RE: Scott hopes that LP will give consideration to the attached proposal by the Peace Action Center.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Pe-St), Box #4.014, Folder #14.1]
  • Letter from Linda Hopkins, Secretary to LP, to John Raeburn Green. RE: Informs him that LP is planning on coming to St. Louis on 30 November to spend time with him. [Filed under LP Biographical: Correspondence re: Pauling v. Globe-Democrat Publishing Company, 1962: Box # 3.003 Folder # 3.3] 
  • Letter from Lucile Pauling to LP, RE: Lucile has attached the information she found for LP on their family history, specifically their cousins. She says that Sheman Blauker(?) could probably give him the names of the Blauker(?) family. [Filed under LP Safe Contents, Drawer 2, Folder 2.025]
  • Letter from [?] to LP RE: Written in German. Asks about LP’s views over the controversy of the harmless “training reactor” in Vienna. [Filed under LP Correspondence, G: Correspondence 1962-1965 Box 142, Folder 142.1]