Ava Helen Pauling posing with a group at the Mount Sinai Medical Center dedication and inauguration dinner, New York. Picture. October 20, 1968
Ava Helen Pauling posing with a group at the Mount Sinai Medical Center dedication and inauguration dinner, New York. October 20, 1968. Picture  Larger Images / More Information.

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten letter from Paul Talalay to LP, RE: Writes asking if LP would review a paper which deals with an area that LP pioneered and give an opinion. [Letter from LP to Dr. Paul Talalay October 31, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 412, Folder 412.5]
  • Letter from A. L. Tappel to Mr. Frank S. Bronson, RE: Discusses some areas where high vitamin E has been used. Cites J. Marks' analysis on the conditions in which there is well-founded evidence for tocopherol therapy. Also talks about Horwitt's nutritional study which shows that vitamin E therapy is appropriate. [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular medicine materials related to vitamin E (general), Box# 11.073, Folder# 73.3]
  • Letter from Barbara C. Smith, Senior at Immaculate Heart College, to LP, RE: Asks LP about the role of structure in his life for seminar papers that she is writing. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 385, Folder 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Gustav Albrecht, RE: Thanks Albrecht for sending a copy of the letter on October 16 and expresses that he looks forward to learning more about the matter. Writes that he is still working on the manuscript General Chemistry and has all of it done except for the last chapter and the appendixes. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 4, Folder# 4.2]
  • Letter from LP to Ian Keaveny, RE: Discusses stability and oxidation of iron and bromide. [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Electron Theory and the Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compound, 1960-1986. Box # 5.004, Folder # 4.5, Correspondence, Non-Pauling Reprints, and Research Notes re: Oxyhydroxides of iron and related substances, October 1968.]
  • Letter from LP to Ian Keaveny, RE: Oxyhydroxides of Iron and Related Substances. LP sends a copy of two papers on the subject of making a crystalline preparation. He also discusses the iron core of ferritin and beta ferric oxyhydroxide. [Filed under Box# 197, Folder# 197.12] [Filed under LP Science: Box# 5.004, Folder# 4.5]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Gerald Strahs, RE: Thanks Professor Strahs for the copy of the paper on ascorbic acid for prickly heat. Writes that he is glad to learn about Cox's ice and will ask Barclay Kamb to check on it. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 385, Folder# 385.1]
  • Letter from Shih-Chieh Sun, Chemist, to LP, RE: Writes that he is interested in determining the molecular structure of organic compounds in a specific plant and isolating and synthesizing those compounds. Asks if LP has any suggestions to persons that could teach him how to do these things. [Letter from LP to Mr. Shih-Chieh Sun November 1, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 385, Folder 385.1]
  • Receipt to Varian Aerograph from LP, RE: $17.85 for Elect. Inst. and or Parts Thereof. [Filed under LP Biographical, Notebooks re: Pauling Family History and Financial Records, Box # 5.057, Folder # 57.2, Notebook: Real Property, Family History.]