Letter from Linus Pauling to V. G. Drozin. Page 1. May 11, 1966
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from H. Anton Keller, Cand. Rer. Pol., to LP RE: Discusses the use of nuclear devices for excavation. [Letter from LP to Keller June 1, 1966, July 11, 1966] [Letter from Keller to LP June 21, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: K: Correspondence, 1966: Box #202, Folder #202.4] 
  • Letter from James S. Blair to LP RE: Inquires about his discussion on the size of ions. Asks him to consider his argument based on screening constants. [Letter from LP to Blair July 8, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: B: Correspondence, 1966: Box #41, Folder #41.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, Re: States his reasons for choosing the state of California to reside in. Feels that the Regents of the University of California constitute the greatest handicap to the progress of the State of California in scientific endeavors. [Letter from Brown to LP May 23, 1966, April 19, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: B: Individual Correspondence (Brown, Edmund G.): Box #32, Folder #32.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Henri Corbière RE: Grateful for his congratulations on his election as Foreign Associate of the Institute of France. Pleased to be elected to the place that was first occupied by Joseph Priestly. [Filed under LP Correspondence: C: Correspondence, 1966: Box #78, Folder #78.1] [Letter from LP to Corbière May 10, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Organizational Correspondence (French Academy of Sciences): Box #122, Folder #122.10] 
  • Letter from LP to L. Vaughn Blankenship, Research Economist, Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, RE: Informs he is too busy to fill out the questionnaire sent to him. [Letter from Blankenship to LP April 15, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: B: Correspondence 1966, Box #41, Folder #41.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Curtis Shuman RE: Says that he has already arranged for a young man to work for him, who will do the jobs that he would have assigned Mr. Shuman. And LP explains that he needs someone who has a good background of training in theoretical physics, but Mr. Shuman does not qualify for that position. [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Correspondence, 1966-1967: Box #384, Folder #384.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Dorothy P. Trefler RE: Says in answer to her question that it is highly unlikely that phenylketonuria or any other inborn error of metabolism would occur in any other way than through the inheritance described in his article. [Filed under LP Correspondence: T: Correspondence, 1964-1969: Box #412, Folder #412.3]
  • Letter from LP to Robert A. Geiger RE: Informs that he believes in both study and action. Feels that all citizens need to take action, If they are to avoid the catastrophe that his letter refers to. [Note from Geiger to LP March 31, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: G: Correspondence, 1966: Box #143, Folder #143.1] 
  • Letter from LP to Theodor Freiling RE: Pleased to read his letter about his article on assuring world peace through social capitalism. Informs that he can not cooperate with him in the way he suggests. [Note from Freiling to LP March 18, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1966: Box #129, Folder #129.10] 
  • Letter from LP to Walter R. Rees, Director, Local Services Division, Post Office Department San Fransisco RE: LP conducted a ten week count of his mail and showed that he gets 31% more mail than the post office's ten day count and that the number will soon increase. He again complains about loss of mail and the poor condition of some of his mail. He again petitions to have postal service extended to his ranch. [Filed under LP Correspondence: P: Organizational correspondence. (Pa - Pu): Box #310, Folder #310.11]
  • Letter from Rudy L. Pavlas to LP with attached newspaper article RE: reads Please do not let them do this!. The article is about the possibility of the U.S. using nuclear devices in the Vietnam War. [Filed under LP Correspondence: P: Correspondence, 1964-1969: Box #315, Folder #315.3]
  • Letter from William Newell Nelson Jr., President, The First Unitarian Church of Berkeley, RE: Asks if he would be able to fill the pulpit on a Sunday. [Letter from LP to Nelson May 19, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: N: Correspondence, 1966: Box #289, Folder #289.2]
  • Letter from William T. Joyner, Associate Editor, United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, to LP RE: Inform that they are developing a new magazine in the field of Christian education. Inquire about his feelings towards Sunday church school. [Letter from LP to Joyner May 26, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: J: Correspondence, 1966: Box #193, Folder #193.2]       
  • Newspaper clipping, UWM Post, RE: "Pauling to Lecture." [Filed under LP Speeches, Box 1966s, Folder 1966s.13]
  • Receipt from Air-Truck Service Griley Security Freight Lines to LP RE: Delivery. $4.75.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.039, Folder #39.1]
  • Receipt from L.E. Coppersmith, Inc., RE: $54.35. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial, Box 4.061, Folder 61.2]
  • Unsigned postcard to LP, RE: Anonymous writer proclaims that he has no use for "...communist leaning fellow travelers,." [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal, Box 3.016, folder 16.3]