- Check from LP to Friends of the Minority of One RE: $500.00. [Bank Statement from First Western Bank to LP and AHP July 23, 1963] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.027, Folder #27.2]
- Court Document: Consent to Substitution of Attorney. Authorizes the substitution of Eleanor Piel, signed by Francis Hoague. Attached to Letter from Hoague to Tonkoff, June 13, 1963. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1966, 1971: Box #3.020, Folder # 20.3]
- LP Note to Self: “Eleanor Piel 1:30 PM 13 June 1963. Call from Hoague. Upset. He will withdraw from case and will ask me to write Tonkoff asking him to withdraw (not thanking him). Judge Dawson would not accept motion for new trial (Eleanor didn’t have Speiser’s consent). Correction now filed. Also affidavit for appeal.” [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1966, 1971: Box #3.020, Folder # 20.2]
- Letter from Dr. Mason Trupp to LP RE: Trupp comments on a research project he did involving the release of the fixed lower end of the spinal cord in a group of neurologically disabled humans. [Letter from LP to Trupp June 24, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (T: Correspondence, 1956-1963) #411.8]
- Letter from Dr. Rokuo Ukaji to LP RE: Ukaji encloses a copy of his article, “Particle Figure and Its Spread” and requests that LP read it and give his opinions about it. [Letter from LP to Ukaji July 1, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (U: Correspondence, 1936-1970) #421.21]
- Letter from Francis Hoague, MacDonald, Hoague & Bayless, to J. P. Tonkoff, cc. LP, RE: Explains the terms of withdrawal as stated by LP and requests that Tonkoff withdraw from the case. Attached “Consent to Substitution of Attorney”. [Letter from Hoague to Tonkoff, June 6, 1963] [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1966, 1971: Box #3.020, Folder # 20.3]
- Letter from LP to Aaron Ganz, Research Career Award Committee, National Institute of General Medical Sciences. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Individual Correspondence), #218.3]
15 June 1963
Dr. Aaron Ganz
Research Career Award Committee
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Public Health Service
Bethesda 14, Maryland
Dear Dr. Ganz:
I have known Dr. Barbara W. Low since 1948. She worked for one year in the California Institute of Technology, under my general supervision, and I have seen her from time to time since then.
I my opinion she has a large amount of intellectual ability and she is well trained in the field of X-ray crystallography, with special reference to the investigation of protein crystals. Her training was obtained in the main from Professor Dorothy Hodgkin, who is one of the world's leaders in this field.
The review articles that Dr. Low has written show that she has a thorough understanding of the field of protein structure, and also give evidence of her judgment.
I do not think that she has shown evidence of unusual originality or of unusual drive. She has not as yet made any outstanding contribution to science. She has the ability and training to do a workmanlike study in the field of the structure of proteins, and I think now that the techniques have been developed by other people, there is the possibility that Dr. Low would apply these techniques in the determination of the detailed molecular structure of one or more globular proteins. The field of the structure of proteins is such an important one that it would be worthwhile to encourage her and other investigators to carry on in this field. Dr. Low might well be able to make a worthwhile contribution, but I would rate her below several other X-ray crystallographers interested in the structure of proteins, with respect to her likelihood of success.
It is my opinion that Dr. Low collaborates very well with her coworkers.
- Letter from LP to Bernard Pullman RE: Encloses two copies of his manuscript “The Structure of Methylene and Methyl” for the Tribute-Volume to R.S. Mulliken. LP explains that is half the expected length and that he has decided not to writ on the subject of metals and alloys. [Manuscript and Typescript 1962, 1963] [Letter from Löwdin and Pullman June 5, 1963] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1963), Box #1963a, Folder #1963a.14]
- Letter from LP to Dr. K. Shaw RE: LP asks for two copies of the manuscript on the test for heterozygosity in the gene for phenylketonuria. LP needs one copy for himself and plans to give Dr. S. Shankman a copy as he is interested in studying heterozygosity for phenylketonuria. [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Individual Correspondence (Shaw-Shriver): Box #363 Folder #363.1]
- Letter from LP to Frederick R. Huber, Monterey Peninsula College. RE: Accepts the date of January 31, 1964. Suggests the title ‘The Problem of Achieving Peace and Disarmament’. [Letter from Huber June 7, 1963] [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1964: Box #1964s Folder 1964s.10]
- Letter from LP to M.S. Arnoni, The Minority of One, RE: States that LP and AHP enclose a check for $500 as a contribution to the Friends of The Minority of One. With regard to the article on “Would Civilization Survive a Nuclear War,” LP thinks that reprinting several copies of the essay would be worthwhile. [Letter from Arnoni to LP June 11, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M.S. Arnoni), #6.15]
- Letter from LP to M.S. Arnoni, The Minority of One, RE: States that he encloses a statement about the death of Dr. Gregory Lambrakis. Hopes that he will publish the news in The Minority of One [Letter from Arnoni to LP June 21, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M.S. Arnoni), #6.15]
- Letter from Louis Goodman, University of Utah, to LP RE: Invites LP to take part in the 1964 Associated Students of the University of Utah “Challenge, America in Controversy” program. Describes the program and its goals. [Letter from LP to Goodman August 7, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (G: Correspondence) #142.2]
- Letter from Robert Rumsey to LP, RE: Rumsey apologizes that LP had to pay the bill from the Heathman Hotel. This bill should have been paid by the American Friends Service Committee administrative offices. Rumsey is enclosing a check for LP for $37.10 to reimburse him. [LP’s letter June 12, 1963] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
- Letter from Thomas H. Jukes to LP RE: Informs that he does follow his work and the articles he listed. Explains his reasons for not citing his earlier work. [Letter from LP to Jukes June 6, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (J: Individual Correspondence), #190.9]