- Letter from John T. Conway, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Congress of the United States, to LP RE: In response to LP’s request for a copy of the March hearing on “Developments in the Technical Capabilities for Detecting and Identifying Nuclear Weapons Tests,” Conway says that they expect to receive printed copies in a week, at which time they will send LP a copy. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence), #77.1]
- Letter from LP to Heinrich Heesch RE: Sends a copy of work done by his cousin, Richard Morgan, on the map problem. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Heesch, Heinrich) #153.2]
- Letter from LP to Heinrich Heesch. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Heesch, Heinrich) #153.2]
18 May 1963
Dr. Heinrich Heesch
Kiel, Western Germany
I was happy to receive your letter and also to receive the copy of your book with Professor Kienzle, which I have examined with interest.
Ava Helen and I are getting along well. We are in good health, although perhaps not quite so good as during previous years. We have a country place, on the coast of the Pacific ocean, and try to go there for a few days every month or so.
We are both pleased to learn that your mother is enjoying her beautiful garden and that she is still in reasonably good health. Please give her our best regards.
Are you still working on the map problem? I think that I say have told you that my cousin, Mr. Richard Morgan (whose mother was a sister of my mother), has been interested in this problem and thinks that he has found a solution. He is not thoroughly trained as a mathematician, although he was for a while a student in the California Institute of Technology, and he has had some trouble in getting advice about his work. I told him that I am sure that you would be willing to read his paper and to advise him, and I think that he will send you his manuscript before long.
With best regards,
- Letter from LP to Jerome Davis RE: LP is so overwhelmed with work that he is not able to take action on Davis’ suggestion about the bomb-test ban. [Letter from Davis to LP May 11, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: P: Correspondence, 1960-1963: Box #314 Folder #314.4]
- Letter from LP to Richard Morgan, RE: LP is enclosing a letter he received from Dr. Heinrich Heesch, as well as LP's answering letter. He is sending a copy of Heesch's book under separate cover. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box 5.055, Folder 55.1]
- Letter from Michael Harwood, National Committee of 100, to LP RE: Informs of a recent demonstration held by the committee at the Marhan V-Bomber Base. Invites LP to join the committee in returning to the base to support demonstrators who were charged under the Official Secrets Act. [Filed under LP Correspondence:(H: Correspondence, 1963) #169.1]
- Letter from N. N. Blochin to LP RE: Written in Russian. One copy in English. Blochin informs LP that he continues to hold the same opinion about Isidore Ziferstein’s research in the Soviet Union. [Letter from LP to Blochin April 19, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Z: Individual Correspondence (Zachariasen- Ziferstein)) #464.8]