Letter from Linus Pauling to Mervin Harris. Page 1. June 19, 1968
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  • Handwritten notes: Six pages of calculations pertaining to the incompressibility of metals. [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Electron Theory and the Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, 1960-1986. Box # 5.004, Folder # 4.4, Manuscript Notes re: Incompressibility of metals, June 17, 1968.]
  • Letter from Dr. H. Huston Merritt, Dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University, to LP, RE: Merritt writes that LP's letter addressed to Dr. Grayson Kirk has been forward to his office. Informs LP that Doctor Henry G. Bieler never had a connection with Columbia University. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 78, Folder# 78.3]
  • Letter from Jane Zuckerkandl to LP, RE: Writes that she was surprised by Watson's book and was thrilled by the honor given to LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 465, Folder 465.11]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Morris J. Nicholson, RE: Apologizes for not sending word that he was giving a lecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on May 24th. Sends a copy of his paper on orthomolecular psychiatry. Writes that he is now on a second year's leave from Santa Barbara and is carrying on experimental work on schizophrenia in La Jolla. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 277, Folder# 277.2]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. Samuel I. Bellman, Department of English, California State Polytechnic College, RE: Sends Prof. Bellman a copy of his paper and some other material under separate cover. Suggests that megavitamin therapy might help ease the symptoms of depression. LP gives a brief description of his own daily vitamin intake. [Letter from Prof. Samuel I. Bellman to LP, 1968] [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Correspondence concerning orthomolecular psychiatry, 1962-1988, Box# 11.079, Folder# 79.2]
  • Letter from Louis Nizer, Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon, to LP, RE: Nizer regrets to inform LP that the court dismissed his complaint, and encloses a copy of the decision. He does not charge LP for their services, and only bills him for the costs of printing, telegrams, and long distance phone calls, for a grand sum of $991.78. Attached is the per curiam decision from the state of New York Court of Appeals, which states that because the plaintiff [LP] failed to establish the fact that the defendant published his statements knowing that they were false, or not knowing but not caring if they were. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal, Pauling v. National Review, Buckley, et al., 1961-1969. Box # 3.016, Folder # 16.2, Correspondence: Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon, 1966-1969.]
  • Letter from Mrs. Kathleen Hill to LP, RE: Mrs. Kathleen is very interested in LP's article "Orthomolecular Psychiatry" in the L.A. Herald Examiner. Thinks that her son's schizophrenia stems from a physical abnormality. Offers that some of their members in the Schizophrenia Foundation of California will be interested in taking part in LP's research. Asks LP to keep her informed of his research. [Letter from LP to Mrs. Kathleen Hill, 8, 1968] [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Correspondence concerning orthomolecular psychiatry, 1962-1988, Box# 11.079, Folder# 79.2]
  • Letter from Professor Max Levitan to LP, RE: Professor Levitan writes about a book he is writing on medical genetics for Oxford University Press with Dr. M. F. A. Montagu. He asks for permission to use the classic Longworth scanning diagram of normal and sickle cell hemoglobin from an article printed in Science. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 234, Folder# 234.2]
  • Letter from Professor Rustum Roy to LP, RE: Conveys his delight when he saw LP's paper Orthomolecular Psychiatry. Writes that after studying psychiatry for two or three years, he has realized that the whole person must be treated as a system. Requests a reprint of LP's paper on the subject. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 343, Folder# 343.5]