Major Events

  • Pauling and his wife begin spending about two weeks per month in Santa Barbara and two weeks per month in their new home at the ranch on the Big Sur coast.
  • On the occasion of his reception of the Carl Neuberg Medal for 1966 in New York City, Pauling lectures on "Science and World Problems." On April 4, he receives a letter from Irwin Stone, who was struck by Pauling’s mention in his talk that he would like to live for another fifteen years. Stone wants Pauling to live even longer than that and he believes that he has a way to accomplish this—a high-level regimen of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Stone sends Pauling some material about his medical ideas, and Pauling and his wife begin taking large doses of vitamin C. They experience an improvement in health and a decrease in the number and severity of their colds. Stone’s letter marks the beginning of Pauling’s fascination with ascorbic acid and its role in human health.
  • On December 3, Pauling receives the first Pauling Medal of the American Chemical Society’s Oregon and Puget Sound Sections in recognition of his distinguished achievement in chemistry.
Chronology by Robert Paradowski.

Travel

 Portland, OR 
 Dallas, TX 
 New York, NY (49)
 Lafayette, IN (3)
 Milwaukee, WI (4)
 New York, NY 
 South Bend, IN (2)
 Toronto, Canada (3)
 Montreal, Canada (2)
 Qubec, Canada 
 London, England (6)
 Paris, France 
 Montpellier, France (4)
 Paris, France (10)
 Corvallis, OR (3)
 Portland, OR 
 Spokane, WA 
 Seattle, WA 
 Honolulu, HI 
See the Paulings' activities in January 1966
See the Paulings' activities in January 1966

Snapshot

Linus Pauling and Ava Helen Pauling. Picture. November 18, 1966
Linus Pauling and Ava Helen Pauling. November 18, 1966. Larger Image / More Information

Statistics

  • 4546 activity listings
  • 54 scanned documents
  • 71 full-text transcripts

Activity Listings - 1966 (No Date)

  • "Golden Jubilee Los Angeles Chapter of Hadassah, 1916-1966," note pad containing addresses, ca. 1966. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Calendars, Engagement Books, and Notebooks, 1960-1968, Box 3.006, Folder 6.4]]
  • Article: "The Eagle's Eye Is On: The United States and China," Publication unknown. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Assorted Political Materials, 1964-1971, Box 5.013, Folder 13.12]
  • Article: “On the Genetic Etiology of Scurvy,” Acta Geneticae Medicae et Gemellologiae, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 345-349. Handwritten notes by LP in margins RE: dosage of Vitamin C. [Filed under LP Science: (Studies on ascorbic acid by Irwin Stone), Box # 11.021, Folder # 21.1]
  • Article: “Peptide Chain Synthesis of Human Hemoglobins A and A2*,” The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 241, March 10, 1966. RE: LP has marked the page with “Hb” indicating that the article needed to be inserted into the hemoglobin section of his vertical file. [Filed under LP Science: (Non-Pauling Reprints re: Hemoglobin research, 1960s-1980s), Box #6.011, Folder #11.1]
  • Article: “Thalassaemia,” Acta Haematology, Vol. 36, pp. 256-272. [Filed under LP Science: (Non-Pauling Reprints re: Hemoglobin research, 1960s-1980s), Box #6.011, Folder #11.1]
  • Article: “The Electroencephalogram in Veganism, Vegetarianism, Vitamin B12 Deficiency, and in Controls,” Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, Vol. 29, pp. 391-397. [Filed under LP Science: (Orthomolecular medicine materials related to vitamin B12), Box #11.071, Folder # 71.2]
  • Award: Carl Neuberg Society for International Scientific Relations, Medal. [Filed under LP Awards, 1966h.11]
  • Award: Institut de France, Medal. [Filed under LP Awards, 1966h.12]
  • Bank Book Entry: Richard C. Stine. $21.01.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.039, Folder #39.1]
  • Book Review: The Architecture of Molecules by LP and Roger Hayward. Review written in Swedish, published in Elementa 49: 4. [Filed under LP Books: 1964b3.9]
  • Brochure: For the book, Storm the Gates of Jericho, by Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg.  LP is quoted in the brochure. [Letter from Feinberg to LP January 4, 1966, Letter from LP to Feinberg January 13, 1966] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1965), Box #1965a2, Folder #1965a2.3]               
  • Card from Margaret and Charlie to LP and AHP RE: Shares that their friendship makes them glow with delight. Sends wishes for a Merry Christmas. Enclose a photograph of themselves. [Filed under LP Correspondence: C: Correspondence, 1966: Box #78, Folder #78.1] 
  • College Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook of General Chemistry, 2nd ed. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1955, 685 pp. [Linus Pauling, with illustrations by Roger Hayward]  
  • Document RE: "Lens, Washington High School Portland, Oregon" includes two pictures of LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Organizational Correspondence. (Wa - Wo): Box #441, Folder #441.1]
  • Hindi translation: Vidyalay Rasayana.  Elahabad-2, India: Science Conference Publishers, 1966, 764 pp.  [Filed under LP Publications: 1955p.15]
  • Itinerary: “Schedule of Trips and Lectures 1966-1967". [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.009 Folder #9.22]
  • Legal Document: Supreme Court: New York County Special and Trial Term: Part VIII: Linus C. Pauling, Plaintiff, vs. National Review, inc., William, A. Rusher, and William F. Buckley, Jr., Defendants. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. National Review, Buckley, et al. 1961-1969: Box #3.016, Folder #16.1]
  • Letter from Ben Scott Custer, Executive Director, The Academy of Political Science, to LP RE: Inform that his dues are in arrears. [Letter from LP to Custer April 29, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: C: Correspondence, 1966: Box #78, Folder #78.1]
  • Letter from Crellin Pauling. to LP. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #5.038, Folder #38.4]
    1966

    Dear Pa,

    Thanks for the notes, and for the manuscripts. The paper of Rolfe’s looks ok, except that I think he has missed a major point. That is that he is asking the question: is lethality due to nuclear damage, directly, or due to induction of a phase? I don't know, and I'm not sure Rolfe’s data gives an unequivocal answer, but the evidence is overwhelming. That nuclear damage does accompany Thymine starvation. I've argued this point with Rolfe before. That work is 2 yrs old; I guess Ron has a lot of trouble getting papers written. God knows he's not alone. I‘m not suggesting that you have Ron change his paper, but I do feel he misses the point a bit.

    Things are going pretty well here. I am having trouble getting too much research done, but teaching is fun, and I think successful. I also learned a few days ago that I have gotten a research grant from NIH, so I'm feeling pretty good about that.

    I guess we'll drop in next Monday, on our way home from Asilomav [?]

    Love, Crellin
  • Letter from Don Feith to LP RE: Informs that he is a student at Central High School in Philadelphia. Informs that some members of his high school history class disagreed with his statement that a fifty megaton hydrogen bomb could destroy the state of California. Asks if he made this statement and if so, could he explain it.[Letter from LP to Feith March 1, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1966: Box #129, Folder #129.10] 
  • Letter from Dori Nepom WASHINGTONIAN editor to LP RE: Thanks him for his picture and enclosed information and for participating in the anniversary. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Organizational Correspondence. (Wa - Wo): Box #441, Folder #441.1]
  • Letter from Dorie Nepom, Washingtonian, Editor-in-chief, to LP RE: Informs that Washington High School is celebrating its sixtieth anniversary. Ask for his picture and biographical information to write an article about him being a prominent alumni. [Letter from LP to Nepom February 8, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: N: Correspondence, 1966: Box #289, Folder #289.2]
  • Letter from George W. Bauer to [?] RE: Invites the reader to send for an advance complimentary copy of LP’s abridged edition of The Nature of the Chemical Bond, entitled The Chemical Bond. [Filed under LP Books: (The Chemical Bond, by LP), Box #1967b, Folder #1967b.2]  
  • Letter from Guy George to LP RE: Informs that he is trying to find his position in the world. Discusses his interests and activities. Discusses his scientific ideas. [Letter from LP to George June 16, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: G: Correspondence, 1966: Box #143, Folder #143.1]  
  • Letter from Joseph Byrd, University of California, to LP RE: Requests his support as a sponsor of the New Left School of Los Angeles. [Letter from LP to Byrd March 4, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: B: Correspondence, 1966: Box #41, Folder #41.2] 
  • Letter from LP to Bernd Matthias, University of California, RE: Encloses a copy of the letter he sent to Marezio and Remeika of the Bell Labs. [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Individual Correspondence (Matthias, Bernd): Box #244, Folder #244.4]
  • Letter from LP to Cyrus S. Eaton, The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, RE: Pleased to receive his letter in which he asks about CIA involvement in Pugwash Conferences. Encloses a letter sent to the editor of Ramparts Magazine, expressing his suspicions on the matter.[Filed under LP Correspondence: E: Individual Correspondence (Eaton, Cyrus & Anne): Box #106, Folder #106.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Bernd T. Matthias, University of California, RE: Discusses where the quantum mechanical calculations might be carried out. [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Individual Correspondence (Matthias, Bernd): Box #244, Folder #244.4]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Charles Farley, Dept. of Music, Knox College, RE: Apologizes for putting him through unnecessary work. Informs that his plans have changed and he will not be able to be the Hannold Lecturer at Knox College. [Letter from Farley to LP December 15, 1965, January 10, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1966: Box #129, Folder #129.10] 
  • Letter from Mrs. F. S. Winslow to LP RE: She elaborates on her previous letter and says that separation of church and state is wrong and that christianity and democracy are one in the same. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1966-1970: Box #447, Folder #447.1]
  • Letter from Mrs. F. S. Winslow to LP RE: She sends him a tree of life she created and suggests he keeps it until he understands that Christ was teaching evolution and democracy. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1966-1970: Box #447, Folder #447.1]
  • Letter from Per- Olov Löwdin, Quantum Chemistry Group, to LP RE: Asks him if he would be willing to serve on the Editorial Board for the series of paperbacks to be published by the Academic Press. [Letter from LP to Löwdin July 12, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: L: Individual Correspondence (Löwdin, Per Olov): Box #218, Folder #218.4]
  • Letter from Tom Farrell, La Salle-Peru Township High School, to LP RE: Introduces himself as a chemistry teacher at the high school. Informs that he and the students have taken particular interest in him. Ask if it would be possible for him to talk at the high school. [Letter from LP to Farrell February 9, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1966: Box #129, Folder #129.10] 
  • Map: Los Angeles. [Filed under LP Travel Box 1.009 file 9.3] 
  • Materials RE: Petitions to impeach Lyndon Johnson. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Assorted Political Materials,1964-1971, Box 5.013, Folder 13.11]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Beromda kvantkemister...”, Publication Unknown. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.009 Folder #9.18]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “End All War, Dr. Pauling Urges Adelphi Graduates”, Publication Unknown. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks: Box #6.009 Folder #9.23]
  • Newspaper clipping, "Dr. Pauling Has Doubts About New Chemistry," publication unknown. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings, 1966n.39]
  • Newspaper clipping: "Dr. Pauling To Speak," publication unknown. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings, 1966n.115]
  • Note from Bernd Matthias, University of California, to LP RE: Informs him of his address for the next five weeks. Informs that in La Jolla there is nobody to do quantum mechanical calculations of nuclear structures. [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Individual Correspondence (Matthias, Bernd): Box #244, Folder #244.4]
  • Note from Eli H. Mellan to LP RE: Advises him to appeal because te decision was so unjust. [Letter from LP to Mellan June 17, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, 1966: Box #260, Folder #260.2] 
  • Note from Ernest Ainsworth to LP RE: Inquires about references from R.S. Hartman and other philosophers. [Letter from LP to Ainsworth June 24, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: A: Correspondence, 1966: Box #15, Folder #15.1]  
  • Note from Hannah Naiditch to LP RE: Ask if he would consider speaking to the G. I. F., encloses information about the group. [Filed under LP Correspondence: N: Correspondence, 1966: Box #289, Folder #289.2]
  • Note from Herbert Kramer, Jericho High School, to LP RE: Invite him to give a talk at the high school. [Letter from LP to Kramer April 27, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: K: Correspondence, 1966: Box #202, Folder #202.4] 
  • Note from Irving H. Flamm to LP RE: Feels sure he will not need the enclosed. Suggests he can stir up Hutchins and The Center to concentrate most of the work in spreading the alarm. [Letter from LP to Flamm December 2, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1966: Box #129, Folder #129.10] 
  • Note from Irving Levine to LP RE: Ask him for more information on L. S. D., so he can convince his son to stop using it. [Letter from LP to Levine November 23, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: L: Correspondence, 1966: Box #233, Folder #233.3]
  • Note from Miss Bernice Chandler to LP RE: Asks how poisonous Plutonium is and discusses the crash of an H-Bomb plane on the coast of Spain. [Letter from LP to Chandler May 3, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: C: Correspondence, 1966: Box #78, Folder #78.1] 
  • Note from Miss Terri Mill to LP RE: Feels his advice to her about being bullied was very wise. Discusses her desire for pacifism in the world. [Letter from LP to Mill August 31, 1966, March 4, 1966]][Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, 1966: Box #260, Folder #260.2]
  • Note from Mrs. Haydee Khadahandeh, School of Education, Oregon State University, to LP RE: States that shaking hands with him during his visit to Oregon State University was an honorable moment in her life. Informs that she is waiting to receive a copy of his speech that he promised to send her. [Letter from LP to Khadahandeh December 7, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: K: Correspondence, 1966: Box #202, Folder #202.4] 
  • Note from Pvt. Michael Briggs to LP RE: Discusses his idea to replace war by peaceful competition between the United States and the Soviet Union. [Letter from LP to Briggs November 18, 1966][Filed under LP Correspondence: B: Correspondence, 1966: Box #41, Folder #41.2] 
  • Note from Randy Gustafson, New York University, to LP RE: Seeks further information on the compound HFO. Asks if the inclusion of HFO in College Chemistry was a mistake or if there is proof for its existence. [Letter from LP to Gustafson March 3, 1966] [Filed under LP Correspondence: A: Individual Correspondence (Albrecht, Gustav): Box #4, Folder #4.2]
  • Note from Warren W. Miller, The Pennsylvania State University, to L P RE: Congratulates him on his paper, “The Close-Packed Spheron Theory and Nuclear Fission. Asks for a copy of his paper, and others on the same topic. [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, 1966: Box #260, Folder #260.2]
  • Note from Xavier Miquel, Hospital Municipal de Infecciosos, to LP RE: Asks him for a reprint of The Architecture of Molecules. [Translated from Spanish][Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, 1966: Box #260, Folder #260.2]
  • Notes:  Tax adjustments for 1964, 1965, and 1966. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.002, Folder # 2.8]
  • Offprint: "Catholic Bishops assail birth control as millions face starvation," appeal, New York Times, sponsored by the Hugh Moore Fund. LP's name included among signatories. [Filed under LP Peace Section, Box 6.007, Folder 7.28]
  • Pamphlet: Concentration Camps, USA, by Charles R. Allen, Jr. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Assorted Political Materials, 1964-1971, Box 5.013, Folder 13.10]
  • Photo: A large white barn [?] with a red roof.  In Europe. [?] Photographer unknown. Color print. [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1966i.2]
  • Photo: Linus Pauling, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Hoffman, and their son standing under trees. Bridgeport, Connecticut. Photograph courtesy of Sarah Lawrence. Photographer unknown. Color print. [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1966i.4]
  • Press release, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, RE: "Linus Pauling Elected Member of French Academy of Sciences." [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings, 1966n.36]
  • Press release: "Morton Sobell Transferred to Lewisburg Prison," released by the Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political, Box 2.045, Folder 45.13]
  • Publication: W.H. Freeman and Company -- Scientific American, catalog list of Scientific American offprints. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings, 1966n.114]
  • Reprint: Hanz Kunz, Alexander Mitscherlich, Felix Schottlaender and Wolfgang Hochheimer, "Eine Zeitschrift für Psychologische und Medizinishce Menschenkunde", PSYCHE (1966). [Filed under LP Correspondence: Z: Individual Correspondence. (Zachariasen - Ziferstein): Box #464, Folder #464.8]
  • Reprint: Isidore Ziferstein, "Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry", Psychoanalytic Pioneers, (1966). [Filed under LP Correspondence: Z: Individual Correspondence. (Zachariasen - Ziferstein): Box #464, Folder #464.8]
  • Reprint: “Biological Treatment of Mental Illness: Academic Address,” Proceedings of the II International Conference of the Manfred Sakel Foundation, pp. 30-37. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1966), Box #1966p, Folder #1966p.9]
  • Reprint: “Electron Transfer and Atomic Magnetic Moments in the Ordered Intermetallic Compound AlFe3,” Quantum Theory of Atoms, Molecules, Solid State: A Tribute to John C. Slater, Per-Olov Lodwin, ed., Academic Press, New York, 1966, pp. 303-306. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1966), Box #1966p, Folder #1966p.8]
  • Reprint: “Foreword,” The Binding Force, Sharon Banigan, ed., Walker and Co., New York, 1966, p. vii. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1966), Box #1966p, Folder #1966p.10]
  • Reprint: “Pure and Applied Chemistry,” The Official Journal of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Butterwroths, Vol. 12, 1966. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Debye, Peter, 1930-1950,1960-1970: Box #90, Folder #90.2]
  • Reprint: “Science and World Problems,” Enzymes in Mental Health, G. J. Martin and B. Kisch, eds., J.P. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1966, pp. 13-18. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1966), Box #1966p, Folder #1966p.7]
  • Reprint: “The close-packed spheron theory of nuclear structure and the neutron excess for stable nuclei,” Rev. Roum. Phys., Vol. 11, No. 9-10, pp. 825-833. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 26R, page #48-57]
  • Reprint: “The close-packed-spheron theory of nuclear structure and the neutron excess for stable nuclei,” Revue Roumaine de Physique. Vol. 11, No. 9-10, pp. 825-833. [Filed under LP Publications: (Publications of LP, 1966), Box #1966p, Folder #1966p.3]  
  • Tax documents, RE: LP's income for 1966. [Filed under LP Biographical: Financial, Box 4.003, Folder 3.2]
  • Typed Notes RE: "Notes on Handwritten Manuscript on General Chemistry" [Filed under LP Correspondence: W.H. Freeman and Company, 1960-1992, No Date: Box #440, Folder #440.7]
  • Typed Notes RE: “(24) annulene: dependence of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra on temperature.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A crystal structure of tugtutite, a new mineral, Na8Al2Be2Si8O24 (ClS)2.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A high-spin nickel (III) complex.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A high-spin nickel (III) complex.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A new anion isoelectronic with tri-iron dodecacarbonyl.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A novel arsenic coordination.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A novel arsenic coordination.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A preliminary note on the crystal structures of triphenyl bismuth dichloride and triphenyl bismuth.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A refinement of the structure of eithenylene.” Handwritten note by LP under title: “Diphenylene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “A refinement of the structure of eithenylene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “An x-ray diffraction study of anhydro-iodic acid, HI3O8.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Attachment of an electron to the oxygen molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Ca2N: a nitride with a layer structure.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Calculation of the average structure of ethylene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “Calculations for hydrogen peroxide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Configuration of the cyanide ion in potassium zinc cyanide. A neutron diffraction study.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Detailed calculations of electronic structure of the nitrogen molecule and the cation, for three states.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Dioxygen Monofluoride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Dissociation (?) association energy of fluorine; obtained from the study of gas flow of intermediate pressure through an orifice.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Dissociation (?) association energy of fluorine; obtained from the study of gas flow of intermediate pressures through an orifice.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Dissociation energy of the gaseous A1P molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Dissociation energy of the gaseous A1P molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Distribution of charge on the azide ion in NaN3.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Distribution of haptoglobin types in Turkish people.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “ESR Spectrum of FOO.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “ESR spectrum of FOO.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “Effect of high pressure on the compressibilities of 5 alloys.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Effect of high pressure on the compressibilities of 5 alloys.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Electronic Structure of the Pt6Cl12 Molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “Electronic structure of diborane and the diborohydride ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Error in the Nature of the Chemical Bond.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Formation of two different entities on protonation of formic acid.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Ground state of conjugated molecules. VII. Compounds containing nitrogen and oxygen.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Ground state of conjugated molecules. VII. Compounds containing nitrogen and oxygen.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Heat of formation and bond energies. XV. Chlorotrimethylsilane and hexamethyl-disilazane.”[Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Heat of formation and bond energies. XV. Chlorotrimethylsilane and hexamethyldisilazane.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Heat of formation and bond energies. XV. Chlorotrimethylsilane and hexamethyldisilazane.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Hemoglobin variance in wild mice, and also multiple hemoglobins in bats.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Infrared Spectrum of Carbon Dioxide Anion Radical.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Infrared spectra of some tetrahydrides.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Infrared spectrum of carbon dioxide anion radical.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Internuclear distance in the bitellurium molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Magnetic characteristics of ZrNi5 and HfNi5 and some lanthanide-nickel compounds.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Mass-spectrometric study of the equilibrium between diatomic and monatomic phosphorus and the dissociation energy of P2.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Mass-spectrometric study of the equilibrium between diatomic phosphorous and the dissociation energy of P2.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Mercuri-triiodide ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectra of alkali hydroxides: evidence for linearity of CsOH and KOH.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectra of alkali hydroxides: evidence for linearity of CsOH and KOH.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectra, dipole moments, structure, and ring puckering vibration of cyclobutyl chloride and cyclobutyl fluoride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectra, dipole moments, structure, and ring puckering vibration of cyclobutyl chloride and cyclobutyl fluoride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectrum of methylazide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectrum of methylazide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectrum of silver bromides.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Microwave spectrum, dipole moment, and ring-puckering vibration of vinylene carbonate.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Molecular motion in crystalline forms of hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen selenide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Molecular nitrogen as a ligand: the crystal structure of nitrogen-pentammineruthenium (II) dichloride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Molecular orbital studies of the helium hydride molecular ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Molecular structure of CCl3NO2 by electron diffraction.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “Molecular structures of gossips hexachlorobenzene and 1, 2, 4, 5-tetrachlorobenzene as determined by electron diffraction.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Nature of the Chemical Bond.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Need for more zinc in human diet.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Nitrosil hexafluoroplatinate (V): preparation and magnetic susceptibility. The magnetic susceptibility of C2.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Non-planarity of the aniline molecule.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Novel cluster compounds of platinum.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “On the structure of gaseous xenon hexafluoride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Polarizabilities of halogenide ions.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Proposed Researches.” RE: Pions, spherons, giant resonances. [Filed under LP Science: (Assorted Materials re: Structure of Atomic Nuclei, 1965-1992, No Date.), Box #9.002, Folder #2.5]  
  • Typed Notes RE: “Refinement of the structure of sulvanite.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Rotational state of a tetrahedron in a cubic crystal field.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Sickle-cell hemoglobin.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Some amine-substituted mercury halide-iron carbonyl compounds.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Square planar iron.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Square planar iron.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Stannous oxide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Stark effect and hyperfine splitting.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Stark effect and hyperfine splitting.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Structure and bonding in metal carbonyls and related compounds.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Structure of deoxymyoglobin: a crystallographic study.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Structures of two organal metallic complexes containing nitrogen.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Study of the vapors of liquid lead and bismuth.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Study of the vapors of liquid lead and bismuth.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Synthesis of transition methyl complexes of the unknown chelate dithioacetylacetone.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal and molecular structure of tetra-acetylethane.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of (Co)NH3)6)4Cu5Cl17.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of Bis-(cis-1, 2-diphenylethene-1, 2-bithilato) nickel.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of bis-(cis-1, 2-diphenylethene-1, 2-bithiolato) nickel.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of ethylzinc iodide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of magnesium dichloride dodecahydrate.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of tetrameric methylzinc methoxide.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structure of the dimer of platinum chloride methoxy(dicyclopentadiene).” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystal structures of aluminum borohydride-trimethylamine: O-temperature study.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystallography and molecular structure of 1, 8-bisdehydro-[14] annulene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The crystallography and molecular structure of 1, 8-bisdehydro[14] annulene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The degree of inclination between the two cyclopentadienyl rings in a dibridged ferrocene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The degree of inclination between the two cyclopentadienyl rings in a dipridged ferrocene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The molecular structure of cyclopentadienyldinitrosylchromium chloride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The molecular structure of dibromotrimethylsiloxyaluminum.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The molecular structure of dibromotrimmehtylsiloxyaluminum.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “The molecular structure of trans-bis (triphenylphosphine) thiocarbonylchloro-rhodium(I).” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The molecular structures of gaseous hexabromo benzene as determined by electron diffraction.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The nature of the chemical bonding and crystallography of Pi-cyclopentadienylhexakis (trifluoromethyl) benzene rhodium.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The role of hydrogen-hydrogen compacts in hydrocarbons.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The spectrum and structure of singlet methylene.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The structure of a new high-spin five-coordinated nickel (II) complex.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The structure of bisbentafluorophenylmercury.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The structure of cyclo-octenylnickel (II) acetylacetonate.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The structure of mercuri-tetraiodide ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The structure of methylmethoxycarbenetriphenylphosphinetetracarbonylchromium.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “The study of orthoperiodic acid by neutron diffraction.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19]
  • Typed Notes RE: “The tetrahedral tetrahalogenocobaltous ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Theoretical investigation of oxonimum ion.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Tin-iron carbonyl clusters and sequences.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Ultraviolet absorption and excitation spectrum of ruby and sapphire.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Unusual magnetic behavior of some iron (II) bis-(1, 10-phenanthroline) complexes.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Van der Waals forces in argon.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Vibrational spectra of vanadium pentalfluoride.” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “Vibrational-rotational spectrum of di-fluoroborane and difluoroborane-b (d).” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typed Notes RE: “metal clusters in a new mixed halide of molybdenum (IV) and (V).” [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder #3.19] 
  • Typescript: “The Melting Point of Methane and Other Tetrahydrides” by LP and Gustav Albrecht.  Diagrams included. [Letter from LP to Dr. Gustav Albrecht November 15, 1965 and January 6, 1966 and January 28, 1966, Letter from LP to Dr. A. R. Ubbelohde January 6, 1966, Letter from LP to Dr. Gus Albrecht January 28, 1966, Data 10-1966, Calculations July 27, 1966, Graphs 12-1965 and 6-1966 and 7-1966 and 9-1966] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1965), Box #1965a2, Folder #1965a2.2]
  • “Jean Rostand accuse...!”  Mouvement Contre l’Armement Atomique, producer.  1 vinyl LP record [Includes documentation, correspondence] [Filed under LP Audio-Visual: 1966v.5]
  • “The World of Louis Lomax.”  KDAY, producer. [Includes correspondence, script, and 1/4" audio tape reel] [Filed under LP Audio-Visual: 1966v.6]
  • “Un’ora con Linus Pauling (1)”  Radiotelevisione Italiana, producer.   16mm film. [Includes correspondence] [Filed under LP Audio-Visual: 1966v.3]
  • “Un’ora con Linus Pauling (2)”  Radiotelevisione Italiana, producer.   16mm film. [Includes correspondence] [Filed under LP Audio-Visual: 1966v.4]