Letter from Linus Pauling to Mrs. John Taylor. Page 1. October 14, 1968
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from D. V. Siva Sankar, Ph. D., to LP, RE: Invites LP to attend a conference. Attached is a copy of the program on "Schizophrenia: Current Concepts and Research" and instructions for preparing a monograph. [Letter from LP to Dr. V. Siva Sankar, Department of Mental Hygiene, State of New York Division of Research and Medical Services, Child Psychiatry October 28, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 385, Folder# 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. S. K. Kulkarin Jatkar, RE: LP writes that he has not been connected with the California Institute of Technology for some time and hopes that Dr. Jatkar has a good visit to the United States. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 193, Folder# 193.4]
  • Letter from LP to Hayes Slaughter, RE: Gives comments to Slaughter about his proposal and discusses the ideas of the packing of nucleons. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 24, Folder# 24.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Alfredo Carpio, RE: Apologizes for the delay and sends a returned check of $20. Sends another copy of his paper and some related material. Comments that many people have benefited by taking large amounts of vitamins. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 78, Folder# 78.3]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Donald Morrisette, RE: Gives his comments to Morrisette's questions. Sends a copy of his paper and some other materials. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 261, Folder# 261.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Donald A. DuBois, RE: LP apologizes for the delay in responding and sends a copy of his paper and some other material. He gives the names of doctors with interest in orthomolecular psychiatry. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 100, Folder# 100.2]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Herbert A. Trebing, RE: Writes that he cannot accept the offer of having her son participate in his research in that he has enough participants already. States that he will send a copy of his paper and some other material under separate cover. [Letter from Mrs. Herbert A. Trebing to LP 1, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 412, Folder# 412.5]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. R. E. Bland, RE: Sends a copy of his paper, some other material, and his opinion that megavitamin therapy may help her sister. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 42, Folder# 42.2]
  • Letter from Mrs. John S. Kimble to LP, RE: Mrs. Kimble writes a postscript to make sure her last letter does not sound very presumptuous. [Letter from Mrs. John S. Kimble to LP, October 14, 1968] [Letter from LP to Mrs. John S. Kimble, October 24, 1968] [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular Medicine and Mental Health: Correspondence concerning orthomolecular psychiatry, 1962-1988, Box# 11.079, Folder# 79.3]
  • Letter from Mrs. Marion S. Heath to LP, RE: Heath writes to suggest LP expand his research. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 170, Folder# 170.2]
  • Letter from Wayne Morse to LP, RE: Expresses how pleased he is to have learned LP has joined as a sponsor on the Committee of Scientists and Doctors for Morse. Writes that the letter LP and his colleagues signed was distributed to thousands of colleges across the country and is producing a result. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 311, Folder# 311.5]
  • Note: Unknown source [National Review?] RE: LP did not appeal the court decision supporting the National Review's labeling him as a traitor. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues, Pauling Central Intelligence Agency and U.S. State Department Files, Box # 2.032, Folder #32.1, Assorted Pauling CIA files, obtained under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act, 1940, 1948-1969, 1973-, 1977, 1986.]
  • Receipt: Trenfel Rambler, $3,353.20 for '69 Toyota. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial Assorted Bills, Receipts and Invoices, 1965-1968, Box # 4.062, Folder # 62.2, Receipts, 1967-1968.]