Pauling Notes to Self re: military drafting of young scientists and the "crisis facing American science." Page 1. June 12, 1968
Pauling Notes to Self re: military drafting of young scientists and the "crisis facing American science." June 12, 1968. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Form: Non-Payroll Expenditure Adjustment Request Form, $120.00 Debit, $120.00 Credit. [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia, University of California, San Diego, 1960, 1966-1969, 1970, 1978. Box # 1.037, Folder # 37.9 Budget Information, Grant Information and Receipts: University of California, San Diego, 1968.]
  • Hotel bill: Hotel Del Charro, La Jolla, California [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.004, Folder 4.4] 
  • Invoice: Travel, UCSD, $44.40. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial Assorted Bills, Receipts and Invoices, 1965-1968, Box # 4.062, Folder # 62.2, Receipts, 1967-1968.]
  • Letter from Dr. S. K. Kulkarni Jatkar to LP, RE: Dr. Jatkar writes about his experience in the United States for the past three months and his experience in the field of chemistry. He express his wish to work with LP if he can receive some financial assistance. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 193, Folder# 193.4]
  • Letter from Gordon N. Ray to LP, RE: Expresses his gratitude for the offprints LP sent. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 289, Folder# 289.4]
  • Letter from Isham Kimbell to LP, RE: Thanks LP for the reprints and expresses great interests in his articles. Plans to enroll as a contributing member of the A. S. F. [Letter from LP to Isham Kimbell, 1968] [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Correspondence concerning orthomolecular psychiatry, 1962-1988, Box# 11.079, Folder# 79.2]
  • Letter from Israel H. Borenstein to LP, RE: Asks LP to send some comments on the proposal included with the letter. [Filed under Correspondence: Box# 42, Folder# 42.2]
  • Letter from Katherine Schaeffer, Ph. D., Chief, Cytology Res. Lab, Veterans Administration Center, to LP, RE: Writes that she is investigating the cytology of the sickling erythrocyte and discusses her studies on the topic. Asks LP of his opinion on her work and the significance of it. [Letter from LP to Dr. Katherine Schaeffer, Chief, Cytology Res. Lab., Veterans Administration Center 9, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 385, Folder 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to H.H.E. Japan Council Against AH Bombs (Gensuikyo), RE: LP thanks the Council for inviting him to take part in a delegation at the 14th World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs. He regretfully declines the invitation due to his current commitments. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 193, Folder# 193.4]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Art Robinson, RE: Sends a copy of a letter from Dr. Allen Cott to Dr. Bernard Rimland and gives a brief summary. Attaches a letter from Dr. Ronald Shippen about a successful treatment of schizophrenics by ingesting 200 mg of pentothenic acid and 2000 mg of ascorbic acid daily. Suggests pentothenic acid be included in their studies. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 331, Folder# 331.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Eugene C. Winslow, President, Windham College, RE: Thanks for sending the check to cover the expenses of his visit to Windham College. Suggests that he be given the degree Doctor of Letters. [Letter from Eugene C. Winslow to LP, 1968] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1968), Box# 1968s, Folder# 1968s.15]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Jay Silverman, President, Southern Arizona Heart Association, RE: Writes that he cannot accept the invitation to speak at the Annual Dinner Meeting of the Southern Arizona Heart Association. [Letter from Jay Silverman, M.D., President, Southern Arizona Heart Association, to LP 1, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 385, Folder 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to George S. Hammond, RE: LP thanks Hammond for the honorarium and writes that he is too busy to rewrite his talk for publication. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 151, Folder# 151.9]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. N. C. Stanton, RE: Writes that there is no evidence that orthomolecular therapy would be of great value to patients with multiple sclerosis, but suggests taking larger amounts of vitamin C and other vitamins. [Letter from N.C. Stanton to LP 8, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 385, Folder 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Janie A. Meeter, RE: Writes that he is still considering what to do about the hearings regarding the FDA Food Supplement. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 261, Folder# 261.1]
  • Letter from LP to Postmaster, RE: Cancels the order to forward his and AHP's mail to La Jolla effective immediately. States that he and AHP will be living at Salmon Creek, Big Sur, after June 12, 1968. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 315, Folder# 315.5]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Bernd Matthias, RE: LP expresses hope that Professor Matthias will be willing to collaborate with him on a study of intermetallic compounds and metals with small paramagnetic susceptibility and weak ferromagnetism. LP asks for values of two quantities for each of the metals and alloys in a category. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 244, Folder# 244.4]
  • Letter from Mrs. Donna Jacobsen to LP, RE: Jacobsen writes about her headaches and dizziness she gets when she goes to sleep. She asks LP for help through a doctor's appointment. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 193, Folder# 193.4]
  • Letter from Mrs. F. W. Grayston to LP, RE: Grayston writes to LP about his interview on the Les Crane show. She asks for LP to suggest a physician in her area with an interest in nutrition. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 143, Folder# 143.3]
  • Letter from Mrs. Lorraine Jones to LP, RE: Jones writes to LP after viewing the Les Crane Show about how her and her children have not had a cold for three years after starting a vitamin therapy. She adds that she would be interested in any publications LP has on the subject. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 193, Folder# 193.4]
  • Letter from Stanley Schaefer, W. H. Freeman and Company, to LP, RE: Writes that he forgot to mention, in a previous letter, two projects that are being published. Asks LP if he agrees they are not suitable for his series. Mentions their joint venture with SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN and asks LP if he wants to become involved in this. Schaefer also writes about a laboratory manual in biochemistry that was published in 1964 under the editorship of John M. Clark as well as paperback books on biochemistry that Thomas Peter Bennett wants to write. Handwritten notes on right side of the first page of the letter, starting from the top: "File," "Ans'd by phone," "I agree," and "no." [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 440, Folder 440.9]
  • Letter from Tom Brewer to LP, RE: Sends a thought provoking poem about perhaps being wrong about human malnutrition even existing. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 31, Folder# 31.8]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Pauling at Putney", Brattleboro (New York) Daily Reformer. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1968n, Folder 1968n. 26]