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

Activity Listings

  • Hotel bill: Goodwood Hotel, Singapore [Filed under LP Travel, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3] 
  • Itinerary: Leave Santa Barbara at 7:35 AM, arrive in New York; leave New York at 8:30 PM for Bombay, India [Filed under LP Travel, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3] 
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens to Gustav Albrecht RE: Informs him that she is staying in LP and AHP's house until they return from India and asks that he help her take care of the bills for the Ranch. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 4 Folder 4.2]
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens, secretary to LP, to Beatrice Levine RE: Requests that she forward Sally Moyer's copy of LP's letter to her, as they do not have Mrs. Moyer's address. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 234 Folder 234.1]
  • Letter from Gertrude N. Witter, Oregon State University, to LP RE: Requests that LP send her copies of his resource material for a speech he gave at OSU entitled "Science and the Future of Man". [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 447 Folder 447.2]
  • Letter from I. Wayne Kinney to LP RE: Sends a paper he wrote explaining the "true" structure of benzene which he says LP's resonance "gimmicks" got wrong. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 203 Folder 203.1]
  • Letter from Ira Morris to LP RE: Informs him that Reverend Canon L. John Collins has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Asks for his support of the nomination. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 260 Folder 260.3]
  • Letter from LP to Beatrice Levine (cc: Sally Moyer) RE: Discusses the problems associated with nuclear power plants. Also mentions the need to decrease the population of the United States and other parts of the world so that such an excess of electricity is not needed. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 234 Folder 234.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. I. Ziferstein RE: Sends a copy of the first draft of his paper on orthomolecular psychiatry. Tells him he looks forward to hearing about Dr. Ziferstein's work on the composition of phenigamma. (Response to letter dated December 10, 1966). [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 465 Folder 465.10]
  • Letter from LP to Friedrich Koslowsky RE: Writes to express his support for the idea of "Peace Pullovers" that Koslowsky proposed in letter dated November 24, 1966. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 203 Folder 203.1]
  • Letter from M. B. Robin, Bell Telephone Laboratories, to LP RE: Thanks LP for his comments on the mystery band assignment in olefins. [Filed under LP Books: (The Nature of the Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules and Crystals, Proposed Fourth Edition), Box Unpb8]
  • Letter from Marc Joux to LP RE: In French
  • Letter from Stephen Brunauer, Department of Chemistry at Clarkson College of Technology, to Robert G. Parr, Department of Chemistry at John Hopkins University, RE: Informs him that he has sent off the nominating letter as well as lists of the work done jointly and individually by Paul Emmett, Burnauer and Parr to Dr. Razouk for eventual submittal to the Swedish Academy which chooses the Nobel Prize recipients. Also suggests a graduate student for Parr's department. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 32 Folder 32.6]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Vietnam peace to come soon, LP says", Lyle Nelson, Honolulu Star-Bulletin. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.59]
  • Newspaper: "The case against civil defense: is it really prepared for anything?", John Hurst, Gazette Citizen, RE: Photograph of LP with the caption "destruction is easy". [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n, Folder 1967n.2]