Letter from Linus Pauling to Dr. Hartke. Page 1. April 21, 1964
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Carlton B. Goodlett, M.D., Chairman of the Committee for International Peace Action, to LP RE: Thanks LP for his agreement to serve as an initial signer of the San Francisco Appeal to the United Nations. Discusses the Committee for International Peace Action and invites LP to come speak before the committee in San Francisco. Handwritten note: “Engagement May 22, 1964.” [Filed under LP Correspondence (C: Correspondence, 1963-1965), #77.2] 
  • Letter from David Eiseufirg [?] to LP RE: Tells LP that because of his work against the testing of atomic bombs, the world has been alerted to the consequences of an atomic war. Tells LP that he is sure that LP will continue to lead until there is peace on earth. Wishes LP continued success. [Filed under LP Correspondence (E: Correspondence, 1960-1969), #113.5] 
  • Letter from Emily M. Pierson to LP and AHP, RE: Pierson thanks the Paulings for Felix Green's beautiful "Let There Be a World." She also thanks them for the signatures and the little photograph. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (Individual Correspondence, Peace and Political), #6.8]
  • Letter from Hannah Bernheim-Rosenzweig to AHP, RE: After receiving Women Strike for Peace's new campaign, the Israel section of WILPF decided that they could not sign it because they are not "citizens of the NATO powers." However, Bernheim-Rosenzweig wanted AHP to know how much they admire her efforts. Asks if AHP will be at the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. [Filed under AHP Materials re: Peace and Women: (Women International Strike for Peace, 1962-1967), Box #4.004, Folder #4.1]
  • Letter from Josephine Shively to LP RE: Shively thanks LP for the materials he sent and was interested to read his paper “Aging and Death.”  Shively wishes LP success in his endeavors to have his voice heard over those in Congress. [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Correspondence, 1964-1965: Box #383 Folder #383.1]
  • Letter from Tom Purdom to LP RE: Purdom thanks LP for the copy of his Nobel lecture and for the suggestion that Purdom read No More War.  These materials have greatly helped Purdom answer his questions for the article.  [Letter from LP to Purdom April 14, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: P: Correspondence, 1964-1969: Box #315 Folder #315.1]