Letter from Linus Pauling to Andrew Speare. Page 1. October 11, 1968
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from A. L. Tappel, Prof. of Nutrition, Prof. of Food Science and Technology, and Biochemist, to Mr. Frank Bronson, Bronson Pharmaceuticals, RE: Replies to the questions raised in their discussion of September 24. Quotes the NAS-NRC recommendation for alpha-tocopherol, which suggests a level of 0.5 mg/kg is a minimum requirement for infants. Cites Horwitt's study from which the recommendation is drawn.[Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular medicine materials related to vitamin E (general), Box# 11.073, Folder# 73.3]
  • Letter from Dr. Don L. Jewett to LP, RE: Thanks LP for taking the time to confer about experiments and writes that LP's suggestions will receive a follow-up. Sends his thanks to AHP for her hospitality. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 62, Folder# 62.10]
  • Letter from Gary A. Curtis to LP, RE: Invites LP to participate in the first lecture series at the University of California - San Diego titled "The Role of the Modern University in Today's Complex Society". Describes the lecture series as a combination of individual lectures, panel discussions, and informal dialogues which are described in more detail in the attached schedule. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 78, Folder# 78.3]
  • Letter from LP to Bohdan Prus-Zukowski, RE: Writes that he does not understand what has been written and cannot find anything new in it. Describes some of the statements as misleading. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 315, Folder# 315.5]
  • Letter from LP to Miss Grace N. Brown, RE: Sends his regrets for being unable to participate in her program of visiting scholars due to his heavy schedule. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 42, Folder# 42.2]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Joseph P. Munzenrider, RE: Gives his opinion of Munzenrider's letter. Describes Munzenrider as superficial in his thinking about the problems he is interested in. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 261, Folder# 261.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. A. J. Seidler, RE: Writes that he has not heard of Gilles de la Tourette, but suggests that Sandra take ascorbic acid, nicoticin acid, or nicotinamide. [Letter from Ann J. Seidler to LP October 7, 1968] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 385, Folder# 385.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. R. W. Hickman, RE: LP writes that he is sending a copy of his paper and that Mrs. Hickman's friend could be helped by large doses of vitamins. He suggests Mrs. Hickman contact Dr. Humphry Osmond for the name of a psychiatrist. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 170, Folder# 170.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Carl C. Lindegren, RE: LP thanks Professor Lindegren for the invitation and writes that he will not be able to give a speech at Southern Illinois University. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 217, Folder# 217.3]
  • Letter from Mrs. Elaine H. Burnell to LP, RE: Asks LP if he is acquainted with the work of Dr. Abram Hoffer and Humphrey Osmond or Dr. David Hawkins. Writes a little about Dr. Edwin Boyle and his work on the possibility of preventing thrombosis through the use of niacin. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 42, Folder# 42.2]