Notes on a Talk Given by Philosopher Rhagavan N. Iyer. Page 1. April 14, 1964
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Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP to the Ming Tree Motel RE: $15.00.  [Bank Statement from First Western Bank to LP and AHP April 21, 1964] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.028, Folder #28.1]
  • Handwritten letter from Maggie Donovan to LP RE: Congratulates LP on having been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1962. Handwritten note by LP at bottom: “Ans’d.” [Filed under LP Awards & Honors: (Nobel Peace Prize, Congratulation Letters and Telegrams, 1963), Box #1963h3, Folder #1963h3.4]
  • Invoice from G. Edwards, Texaco, RE: Total of $4.00.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.061, Folder #61.1]
  • Letter dictated by LP to Mr. Lu Hsing RE: Thanks Hsing for his letter and says that he looks forward to receiving his book “An Analysis of Human Nature and Lasting Peace.” Handwritten note in top margin: “gifts.” [Letter from Hsing to LP February 29, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (H: Correspondence, 1963-1966), #169.2]
  • Letter form Ingrid Zachäi to AHP, RE: Paster Niemöller asked Zachäi to give further information to AHP, because he is currently in Hungary and is, therefore, unable to do it himself. Niemöller was invited months ago to preach in Eastern Germany at the same time that AHP wants him to come to the Hague. Niemöller is still awaiting permission to go to East Germany, but if Eastern Authorities deny it, he will accept AHP's invitation to come to the Hague. Zachäi will let AHP know as soon as Niemöller knows more about the situation. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (General Correspondence, Peace and Political), #4.5]
  • Letter from Erich Fromm to Mr. W.H. Ferry, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, RE: Expresses his delight in reading the statement that Ferry initiated. Informs Ferry that the first one to make the demand for an unconditional guarantee of subsistence for everybody regardless of special circumstances was Bertrand Russell. Explains the differences between his and Russell’s statements. Asks if the committee that Ferry has founded has constituted itself into a permanent committee expecting to issue further statements. [Filed under LP Correspondence (F: Individual Correspondence, Franklin - Fulton), #121.12]
  • Letter from Florence Dick to Dave O’Quinn RE: Dick has replaced Gilrane as LP’s Secretary.  LP is too busy to meet with O’Quinn on his proposal but Dick suggests that O’Quinn send a copy and LP will try to comment on it.  [Letter from O’Quinn to Gilrane April 15, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: O: Correspondence, 1937-1965: Box #300 Folder #300.26]
  • Letter from Holland Roberts to LP and AHP, RE: Roberts is interested in getting the Paulings' opinions on the enclosed effort to provide some basic economic information for the peace workers of the United States. The enclosed information is a guide to the UN Conference on Trade and Development which is currently in session in Geneva. [Filed under AHP Materials re: Peace and Women: (Women International Strike for Peace, 1962-1967), Box #4.004, Folder #4.1]
  • Letter from LP to Cheyne Stevenson, Director, San Gabriel College RE: States that both he and AHP would like to join Stevenson and the graduates of San Gabriel College for a reception and supper, but does not think they will be able to do so in the near future. [Letter from Stevenson to LP February 12, 1964] [Filed under LP Awards & Honors: Box #1961h-1963h, Folder #1963h.5] 
  • Letter from LP to Fred P. Osborn, RE: LP was pleased to receive Osborn's letter. LP had never seen the film of the interview in Canada, but he remembers making it. LP and AHP are doing well, but they are always tired because they have so much work to do. AHP will be going to a meeting in Holland next month, and then she will accompany LP on his trip to speak before the National Academy of Medicine in Mexico. From Mexico, they will travel to Europe. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (General Correspondence, Personal, N-Z), #2.1]
  • Letter from LP to G. Burke Johnston, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. RE: Thanks him for his hospitality during his visit. Encloses a statement of his expenses. [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1964: Box #1964s Folder #1964s.12] 
  • Letter from LP to Herbert W.K. Fitzroy, Administrator, University Center in Virginia RE: LP is not able to accept the invitation to participate in the Vising Scholars program of the University Center in Virginia during the coming academic year.  LP is already over committed with other speaking engagements.  [Letter from Fitzroy to LP March 31, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: U: Correspondence, 1936-1970: Box #421 Folder #421.22]
  • Letter from LP to Roberta Clay RE: LP thanks Clay for the $25.00 check and has forwarded it to the International Congress on Smoking and Health.  LP encloses his paper on Aging and Death which discusses the question of smoking and health. [Letter from Clay to LP February 8, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: I: Organizational Correspondence (In-In): Box #184 Folder #184.2]
  • Letter from Mrs. Florene Dick to Dr. and Mrs. Victor Goertzel RE: Encloses a letter which LP said they might be interested in. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family: Box #5.009, Folder #9.1]
  • Letter from Peter Pauling to AHP. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family: Box #5.044, Folder #44.6]
    University College London ● Gower Street WCI

    Dear Mamma,

    Thank you for your letter. It sounds that you have done very well in selling the Merc. It had one spotlight which should be in the trunk. Linus is coming this afternoon. I shall be pleased to see him.

    You would be more comfortable at Kay Coles. You would have to sleep in a room either with us or the children here. Only the top floor is habitable at the moment.

    My green wooden toll box is in the garage. I would like to have it along with some of my things.

    Our home is now going very slowly. I succeeded in keeping the contractor in business at some cost to myself in work and money but I could have done it cheaper and easier and sooner if I had done it differently.

    We shall be very pleased to see you.

    Love from,
  • Letter from Stanley Schaefer to LP RE: Schaefer says that the English branch of W. H. Freeman and Company has asked to advise them on the publishing of a book on the chemistry of organo-aluminum compounds by E. W. Duck and N. Entwistle. Schaefer encloses a prospectus and asks what LP comments are. [Letter from LP to Schaefer: April 28, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Correspondence, 1964-1965: Box #383 Folder #383.1]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Nobel Winner Pauling Visits SJS Tomorrow”, Publication Unknown. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.008 Folder #8.490]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Wipe Out”, Daily News. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.008 Folder #8.485]               
  • Report: “Some Remarks on the Pariser-Parr-People Method,” Kimio Ohno, Quantum Chemistry Group. [Filed under LP Correspondence: O: Correspondence, 1937-1965: Box #300 Folder #300.26] 
  • Reprint: “Wipe Out,” The Daily News. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1964), Box #1964p3, Folder #1964p3.8]