"Science and World Peace." Page 1. February 2, 1967
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Travel: Honolulu, HI

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Florence K. Givens to Gustav Albrecht RE: Informs him of the LP and AHP's departure to India and asks, as per LP's request, for a Xerox copy of "B-12 Lack" Nature. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 4 Folder 4.2]
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens, secretary to LP, to Antonia Grey, University of California Davis, RE: Informs her the LP will be unable to speak at UC Davis as requested December 26, 1966. [[Filed under LP Correspondence Box 143 Folder 143.2]
  • Letter from LP [signed by F.K.G.] to Professor Charles Richter RE: Expresses his interest in Professor Richter's opinion of a suggestion. [Filed under LP Science: Box 11.079, Folder 79.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Friedrich G. Helfferich RE: Writes to inform him that he is pleased with the changes that Dr. Helfferich suggested. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 156 Folder 156.1]
  • Letter from LP to J. James Brinda RE: Expresses his interest in Brinda's theories about nuclear bombs triggering earthquakes. Writes that he does not know much about earthquakes but will send a copy of both letters to his friend Professor Charles Richter who "might well know the answer". [Response to letter sent December 20, 1966]. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Benjamin Carroll, Rutgers University, RE: Verifies a telephone conversation in which LP informed him that he would be unable to give the Sigma Xi address at Rutgers. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Charles Richter RE: Encloses letter from J. James Brinda on the effect of nuclear bomb explosions on earthquakes. Requests that he write back with his opinion on the subject. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]
  • Letter from LP to Professor J. D. Watson, Harvard University, RE: Tries to more clearly illuminate the argument he is making about the ionization of polyacids. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 432 Folder 432.2]
  • Letter from LP to Robert C. Miller, The Thatcher School, RE: Informs hm that he will not be able to come to Ojai and speak at the Thatcher School as requested November 30, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 260 Folder 260.3]
  • Letter from LP to Robert H. Reno, Orr and Reno, RE: Informs him that while he thinks that Grenville Clark's work should be brought to the attention of the Nobel Committee, he thinks that Mr. Reno should know that only individuals can make nominations for the prize, not groups. (Response to letter December 23, 1966). [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 280 Folder 280.10]
  • Letter from Mr. B. Timothy Walsh, Secretary of The Chemistry Club at Princeton University, to LP RE: Thanks LP fro sending the titles of his speeches for the Plaut lectures. Expresses LP will be reimbursed for any travel arrangements made. [Filed under LP Speeches: Box 1967s2, Folder 1967s2.7]