Linus and Ava Helen Pauling at the top of an oceanside cliff. Picture. 1963
Linus and Ava Helen Pauling at the top of an oceanside cliff. 1963. Picture  Larger Images / More Information.

Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP to Roess Market RE: $26.58.  [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]
  • Invoice from Boyle Lumbar Co. to LP RE: Total of $127.91. [Invoice from Boyle Lumbar Co. to LP July 18, 1963] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.061, Folder #61.1] 
  • Letter from A. O. Beckman to LP RE: In response to LP’s July 1st letter, Beckman reports that 6,463 oxygen meters have been sold for hospital use. [Letter from LP to Beckman July 1, 1963, Letter from LP to Beckman July 12, 1963] [Filed under LP Science: (Scientific War Work–Materials re: the Pauling Oxygen Meter, 1944-1982), Box #13.003, folder #3.6]
  • Letter from A. O. Beckman, President, Beckman Instruments, Inc., to LP RE: States how many oxygen meters were sold as of June, 1963. [LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. National Review, Buckley, et al., 1961-1969: Box #3.016, Folder #16.3]
  • Letter from E.G. Looms [signed by Helene Turner], Friendly Hills Fellowship, to LP RE: Asks LP to suggest a date when he would be able to speak at their Center. Lists some of LP’s colleagues who have been involved in their program. Asks for the title of LP’s subject and a brief biographical note. [Letter from LP to Looms August 2, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence (F: Correspondence, 1957-1966), #129.8] 
  • Letter from Francis Hoague, MacDonald, Hoague & Bayless, to J. P. Tonkoff, Attorney at Law, cc. LP RE: Thanks Tonkoff for withdrawing from the matter and requests discusses apparent confusion regarding expenses.  Hoague encloses a check for a plane ticket.  Attached to Letter from LP to Piel, July 12, 1963. [Letter from Tonkoff to Hoague, July 8, 1963] [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1966, 1971: Box #3.020, Folder # 20.2]
  • Letter from Garth Carpenter, M.D., to LP RE: Asks on the matter of anesthesia, ‘is it possible that a cohesive principle underlies the common property of addictive drugs?’ And if this is the case dependence could result, and this is the core of the ‘narcotic problem.’ [Letter from LP to Carpenter July 11, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence), #77.1]  
  • Letter from Harry Kalven to LP, RE: Kalven does not agree with how LP is handling the situation with the Bulletin.  Kalven thinks that LP is turning a technical controversy into and a conspiracy to damage LP’s scientific reputation.  [LP’s reply July 12, 1963] [Filed under LP Peace: (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1948-1964), Box #3.016, Folder#16.8]
  • Letter from Richard A. Ibanez to LP RE: Requests LP’s advice in a case in which he represents a widow and child of a man who died of hypoplastic anemia and acute leukemia.  Explains that the man was exposed to radiation from atomic detonations in Nevada. Enclosed is a case data sheet. [Letter from LP to Ibanez July 12, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (I: Correspondence, 1963) #185.24]
  • Letter from Tom Brewer, M.D., to LP RE: States that he has become good friends with Hugh Hester. Both Hester and Bertrand Russell have recommended that Brewer get in contact with LP with the idea of organizing a non-violent civil resistance against cold war warriors. [Letter from Brewer to LP April 20, 1963, Letter from Brewer to LP October 10, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Tom Brewer), #31.8]
  • Offprint, “The Background and Prospects of the Moscow Test-Ban Negotiations,” United Nations. [Filed under LP Peace: (Typescripts and Offprints related to SANE, 1960-1963), Box #4.006, Folder #6.10]