- Check from AHP to Ladybug RE: $39.00. [Bank Statement from First Western Bank to LP and AHP September 24, 1963] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.027, Folder #27.2]
- Hotel bill: International Hotel, New York International Airport [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.3]
- Itinerary: LP and AHP leave Los Angeles at 1:30 PM and arrive in New York at 9:20 PM [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.3]
- Letter from A.R. Keppel, Executive Director, Piedmont University Center of North Carolina, to LP RE: Keppel is sorry to hear that LP will not be able to participate in the Visiting Scholars Program this coming academic year. Keppel extends an invitation to LP for the 1964-1965 academic year and hopes that will be more convenient for LP. [Letter from LP to Keppel August 7, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: P: Correspondence, 1960-1963: Box #314 Folder #314.4]
- Letter from Alexander MacKay to LP RE: MacKay would like to meet with LP to discuss Humanism and also would like LP to send him his views on infusing the water supply with sodium fluoride. MacKay also states that he has organized a chapter of the AHA. [Letter from LP to MacKay September 9, 1963] [Filed under LP Science: (Articles and correspondence re: the fluoridation of drinking water, 1938-1988), Box #10.006. Folder #6.4]
- Letter from Bernard Reich to LP RE: Reich asks for LP’s opinion on Lord Russell’s comment “On Morton Sorbell” which appeared in Minority of One. [Filed under LP Correspondence: R: Correspondence, 1960-1963: Box #342 Folder #342.4]
- Letter from Gordon N. Ray to LP (“To the Fellows”) RE: Ray’s first letter since succeeding Henry Allen Moe as president of the Foundation. Encloses a list of Guggenheim Fellows for 1963 and reassures the Fellows that the aim of the Foundation is the same as it was when it was founded. States the Foundation’s success relies heavily on the advice and help from the Fellows. [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1953-1975), Box #14.015, Folder #15.9]
- Letter from LP [Signed by Helen Gilrane] to Doris Rands, RE: Is pleased to receive an invitation to visit Regina. Says that he has decided not to accept the offer due to a heavy schedule and pressing legal matters. [Letter from Rand to LP July 30, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence), #77.1]
- Letter from LP [Signed by Helen Gilrane] to Professor Ennio Vivaldi, Department of Physiopathology, School of Medicine, University of Concepcion, RE: LP informs Vivaldi that in his previous letter he didn’t know the exact date he was arriving. Updates Vivaldi on his trip to Chile. [Letter from LP to Vivaldi August 5, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence), #77.1]
- Letter from LP to Dr. and Mrs. Goertzel, RE: LP has asked Mr. Richard Morgan to send the Goertzels a copy of his grandfather's diary. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family, Box 5.009, Folder 9.1]
- Letter from LP to Elna Poppe. [Filed under LP Science: (World Academy of Sciences, 1958-1963), Box #14.043, Folder #43.1]
14 August 1963
Mrs. Elna Poppe
Øvre Slottsgate 2
Dear Mrs. Poppe,
My wife and I were pleased to receive your letter. We agree with you and Winston Churchill (when he was referring to another matter) that ended the beginning stage, and that we shall have to work hard during the next stage.
My wife and I set out tomorrow on a two-week trip to South America. We hope to talk with the Presidents of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia and Mexico about their proposal that Latin America be made into a nuclear-free zone. We would prefer to have it a demilitarized zone; that is, to have great weapons other than nuclear weapons included in the treaty. We shall accompany a delegation of three or four people from The World Peace Council, but we are not to be members of the delegation. We are going to represent some of the American peace groups in this activity.
Under separate cover I am sending you a copy of the Brief in the suit in the United States to stop bomb tests. I do not think that we shall get any further with this suit than we did with the first one, filed in 1958; but I think that the effort is a worthwhile one. An identical suit was filed in the Soviet Union, but the authorities there have taken no action whatever on it. In our suit (page 35) we ask that the court rule that bomb-tests are not to carried out, and that an injunction be issued, but that the effective date of the injunction shall be the same as that on which a similar injunction is issued by the Supreme Court of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
My wife and I have been disappointed today by the news that the United States has exploded another bomb, in an underground test.
I think, however, that this does not mean that the United States will continue with a great program of underground tests. I think that it may well be that the administration in Washington decided to carry out this underground test in order to suggest to the Senators that the bomb-test treaty would not prevent the United States from making some further military developments.
Please give our best regards to Director Jahn.
- Letter from LP to John Raeburn Green, Green Hennings, Henry, Evans & Arnold, Attorneys at Law, RE: States he believes Dr. Doisy knows about his work with infant blindness and LP’s oxygen meter. LP states he mailed his copy of the New York Daily New trial transcript. Also discusses his engagements from September through November. Attached note “Dr. Pauling’s file”. [Letter from Green to LP [August 8, 1963, Letter from Green to LP, August 15, 1963] [LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. Globe-Democrat Publishing Company, 1960-1967: Box #3.003, Folder #3.5]
- Letter from LP to Robert Nelson, RE: LP was pleased to read Nelson’s paper. LP believes that American companies are not interested in having their property paid for at a 4% rate when on average their return on investments are near 28%. [Letter from Nelson August 5, 1963] [Filed under LP Peace: (Issues of International Diplomacy and Human Rights, Cu-Ir), Box #6.014, Folder #14.1]
- Letter from Robert K. Abraham, Phi Delta Epsilon, to LP. RE: Invites him to address the Phi Delta Epsilon Graduate Clubs of Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley on January 21 concerning hydrogen bomb tests, atmosphere contamination and future international agreements.[Letter from LP September 4, 1963] [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1964: Box #1964s Folder #1964s.7]
- Newspaper Clipping: “Steps Outlined to End Racial Bias in Medicine”, Los Angeles Times. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.008 Folder #8.431]
- Statement from McGraw-Hill Book Company to LP RE: “Royalty Statement.” Balance of $635.90. Note attached requests that the attached business reply card be returned. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box # 4.045 Folder # 45.3]
- Telegram from Derry Akeroyd to LP RE: Invites LP to speak about the SANE Nuclear Policy as a part of a series of lectures put together by the United Parish of Lunenburg. [Letter from LP to Akeroyd November 4, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (A: Correspondence), #14.2]