Linus Pauling note to self concerning the Mössbauer effect. Page 1. November 22, 1968
Linus Pauling note to self concerning the Mössbauer effect. November 22, 1968. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from A. C. Spectorsky to LP, RE: Sends the tearsheets from the December issue of Playboy Magazine and an article by Norman Thomas titled Pacifism in America. Asks for any comments that could be used in the Letters to the Editor column. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 315, Folder# 315.5]
  • Letter from Bruce Kennelly to LP, RE: Confirms some of the points he and LP talked about during LP's visit to California State Polytechnic College, such as salary if LP were to accept an appointment as a lecturer and the laboratory space LP would have to work in. [Filed LP Correspondence: Box# 69, Folder# 69.3]
  • Letter from Hugh B. Hester to AHP and LP, RE: Hester writes to LP to ask him to write to Dr. Harold J. Bass to confirm information in a letter that he sent. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 156.1]
  • Letter from Jana Junkermann, Secretary to LP, to Ruth Herman, RE: Junkermann informs Herman that the letter has been received, and some material will be sent. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box# 170, Folder# 170.2]
  • Letter from Olof G. Tandberg to LP, RE: Writes asking to translate a book and give the profit to the literacy campaign. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box 412, Folder 412.5]
  • Letter from Roger Wagner, Oregon State Tax Commission, to LP, RE: In response to -2, 196, their records have been corrected from $15,000 to $1,000, but even though the income is small, an Oregon tax return must be filed. [Filed under LP Biographical: Financial, Tax Documents, 1965-1972, Box # 4.003, Folder # 3.2, Personal Income tax, 1966.]