- Check from AHP to Pearl Lang RE: $12.00. [Bank Statement from First Western Bank to LP and AHP April 23, 1965] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.028, Folder #28.2]
- Check from AHP to Walter Marx Gardens Inc. RE: $4.85. [Bank Statement from First Western Bank to LP and AHP April 23, 1965] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.028, Folder #28.2]
- Letter from AHP to Beata Inaya, RE: AHP says she wishes Inaya had been there for all the holiday parties, to which AHP wore the mink bracelet Inaya sent her. She tells Inaya about the compliments she received on it. AHP goes on to describe how busy she and LP have been, and how they like Santa Barbara. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: General Correspondence, Personal, A-M, Box 1.001, Folder 1.1]
- Letter from AHP to Dr. Isidore Ziferstein, RE: AHP says they were happy to have Ziferstein, and that she is enclosing a copy of the article she meant to give him. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Individual Correspondence, Peace and Political, Box 1.006, Folder 6.21]
- Letter from AHP to Elsa Peters Morse, RE: AHP has Morse's letter and wishes that she had more suggestions, though on reflection, she feels that Morse does not need any help. She does not believe she and LP will be able to come to Helsinki this summer, since they are trying ot decrease the number of their commitments and obligations. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: General Correspondence, Peace and Political, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3]
- Letter from AHP to Gertrude Klause, RE: AHP is glad that Klause is settled in the Friends Home, and that they have made it an interracial home. She is sad that she and LP will have to refuse Klause's invitation, because they are simply too busy, though they're trying to cut down on their obligations. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: General Correspondence, Peace and Political, Box 1.004, Folder 4.4]
- Letter from AHP to Katharine Cole, RE: AHP is sad to hear that Cole and her husband have separated; she advises Cole to consider it carefully. She expresses her affection for Cole and the children. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Individual Correspondence, Peace and Political, Box 1.005, Folder 5.12]
- Letter from AHP to Mrs. Beverly Bengelsdorf, RE: AHP asks if Bengelsdorf might come to Pasadena on the fourteenth and take AHP to the luncheon and lecture. She does not know of anyone attending the luncheon, but says there might be someone in Pasadena willing to take her. AHP looks forward to seeing Bengelsdorf again. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: General Correspondence, Peace and Political, Box 1.004, Folder 4.1]
- Letter from AHP to Mrs. Pauline D. Ney RE: Says that it was good to see her the other evening. She explains that the work on the house has been going slower than expected because of rain and having to correct work that wasn't done properly. She also says that Linda and her baby are getting along well. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family: Box #5.051, Folder #51.11]
- Letter from Andre’ F. Le Roy, Public Health Service, to LP. RE: Encloses a bibliography on nitrosyl ruthenium. Asks for his comments. [Letter from LP April 6, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: L: Correspondence, (1964-1966): Box #233 Folder #233.2]
- Letter from E. J. Kirby, E. J. Kirby & Company, to LP RE: Notes his reception of document from LP. States Kirby and LP will not be able to go to trial in October as planned but Kirby is communicating with the defendants to work out a suitable date. [Letter from LP to Kirby, March 17, 1965, Letter from LP to Kirby, April 27, 1965] [Filed under LP Biographical: Pauling v. Australian Consolidated Press, Ltd., 1964-1966: Box #3.022, Folder #22.7]
- Letter from LP and AHP to LP Jr. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family: Box #5.038, Folder #38.5]
794 Hot Springs Road
Santa Barbara, California
March 30, 1965
Dr. Linus Pauling, Jr.
3909 Round Top Drive
We are still being congratulated on the fact that you took part in the march from Selma to Montgomery. We are happy about this too, and hope that you have not had any adverse reactions from your decision to take part.
We are looking forward to seeing you and I hope that things go forward as you have planned.
I am writing this letter to ask you if you and Anita would be interested in making a grant to Zif so that he will not have to take on a full practice and will have some time to write his book. Such a grant would be tax-deductible because he is a research associate of the Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Incorporated in New York and the grant would be made to this institution marked for Zif's use.
As you know, we have much confidence and admiration for Zif and he spent a profitable year and a half in the Soviet Union. His persistence in getting them to let him remain for the full time was quite extraordinary. He would have permission for only a month or two at a time in the beginning and it was not until after several months that he was given permission to stay the full time. You know that he was given a grant from the Foundations Fund for Research and Psychiatry in New Haven, Connecticut for his trip to the Soviet Union.
I think that he ought to write up his experience and what he has learned and that it would be valuable.
If you are at all interested I could send you all of the material and papers that he has written and that kind of thing.
The Director for the Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy is Dr. Louis R. Wolberg.
I thought that with your interest in psychiatry and Anita's this might be a possibility, although I hesitate to write to you about these things. We would be willing to make this grant ourselves except that this year we are quite short of funds because of building the house.
Zif thinks that he can live on fifteen thousand dollars and that surely is not a very great sum. He still has responsibilities towards his son who is not yet through school.
At the moment Zif is carrying on his practice but does not want to take enough patients to make a living because this leaves him with no time for this book. It is easier not to accept patients than to turn them away Of course if he doesn't get any grant, he will have to take on a larger practice.
- Letter from LP to Bernard Libster, Expositions Press Inc. RE: Has read the galleys of Bulgaria Today by William Cary. Could not devote the proper amount of time to the activity. Does not want to offer an comment on the book. [Letter from Libster March 24, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: L: Correspondence (1964-1966): Box #233 Folder #233.2]
- Letter from LP to Federation of American Scientists RE: Asks for two copies of their statement on the use of nauseating and lachrymatory gases in Vietnam. [Filed under LP Peace: Box #4.007, Folder #7.3]
- Letter from LP to James H. Jensen, Oregon State University. RE: Apologizes for the delay. Is unable to arrange to come to Corvallis this spring. Asks him to send the award certificate for the Charter Day Convocation. [Filed under LP Correspondence: O: Organizational Correspondence (Oregon State University): Box #298 Folder #298.9]
- Letter from LP to John M. Siegel, School District of Allentown. RE: Had decided not to accept the invitation to speak in connection with the 100th anniversary of the Allentown School District next year. [Letter from Siegel February 16, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Correspondence (1965): Box #383 Folder #383.2]
- Letter from LP to M. D. Millionshchikov, Soviet Academy of Sciences. RE: Has received his telegram and letter. Is in much sympathy with the sentiments expressed in the appeal, but had decided not to sign it. [Telegram from Millionshchikov March 21, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, (1965-1967): Box #260 Folder #260.1]
- Letter from LP to Maryanne Zataveski. RE: Sends her some of his papers. [Letter from Zataveski March 22, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Z: Correspondence, 1965: Box #468 Folder #468.21]
- Letter from LP to Norman Hoffman. RE: Sends some of his papers in which the question of nuclear warfare is discussed. [Letter from Hoffman February 9, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: H: Correspondence, 1963-1965 Box #169 Folder #169. 3]
- Letter from LP to Peter P. Jonitis, Services for the Mentally Retarded. RE: Sends some of his reprints. Two that were requested are not available. [Letter from Jonitis February 2, 1965] [Filed under LP Correspondence: J: Correspondence, 1965-1978: Box #193 Folder #193.1]
- Letter from LP to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.. RE: Reiterates his telegram. Regrets that he wasn’t able to come to Alabama for the march. [Filed under LP Correspondence: K: Individual Correspondence (King Jr., Martin Luther): Box # 198 Folder #198.10]
- Letter from LP to Stanley L. Jaki. RE: Does not have any published papers containing the statement that he mentioned in his letter. Sends some papers under separate cover. [Letter from Jaki December 30, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: J: Correspondence, 1965-1978: Box #193 Folder #193.1]
- Letter from Pamela Fisher, to LP. RE: Asks for information on ‘The Chemistry of Mental Disorder’. [Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1960-1969: Box #129 Folder #129.9]
- Receipt from El Camino Pharmacy, Inc. to LP RE: Credit. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.061, Folder #61.2]
- Telegram from LP to E. L. Tatum, Rockefeller Institute. RE: Joins in signing the telegram to Pope Paul. [Filed under LP Correspondence: T: Correspondence (1965): Box #412 Folder #412.2]
- Telegram from LP to Martin Luther King, Jr.. RE: Completely endorses his position calling for a boycott and embargo of the state of Alabama until fifty percent of the negro citizens of voting age are registered. [Filed under LP Correspondence: K: Individual Correspondence, (King Jr., Martin Luther): Box # 198 Folder #198.10]