Linus and Ava Helen Pauling among a group drinking coffee in a Wilson College laboratory. Picture. April 14, 1969
Linus and Ava Helen Pauling among a group drinking coffee in a Wilson College laboratory. April 14, 1969. Picture  Larger Images / More Information.

Travel: Baltimore, MD

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Dr. Bodo Manstein to LP RE: Mentions the work by Mary Weik "The Story Nobody Prints", which supposedly investigated leukemia and increasing numbers of abortions in the surroundings of atomic power-stations though it was not based on scientific research and were not proven by statistics. Requests that LP help clarify this issue. [Letter from LP to Manstein, 4, 1969] [Letter from Manstein to LP, 2, 1969] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1968-1971), Box #261, Folder #261.2]
  • Letter from Dr. S. P. Keller, Director of Physical Sciences, IBM, to LP RE: Mentions the letter that he wrote to LP on May 8th inviting him to visit their Laboratory and give a seminar. Tells LP that he never received a reply and encloses a copy of that letter, renewing his invitation to LP. [Letter from LP to Keller, 4, 1969] [Letter from Keller to LP, 2, 1969] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (K: Correspondence, 1967-1971), Box #203, Folder #203.3]
  • Letter from E. O. Bulkley to LP RE: Requests contact information for medical facilities or practicing physicians that are knowledgeable about vitamin therapy for schizophrenic treatment. [Letter from LP to Bulkley, 4, 1969] [Letter from Bulkley to LP, 3, 1969] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1969-1971), Box #43, Folder #43.1]
  • Letter from J. G. Hunt, Supervisor of Education, Australian Broadcasting Commission, to LP RE: Thanks LP for participating in an interview with Tony Thomas and notifies him that the tapes of his interview are in the process of being edited. Mentions that his interview will be shortened to about 20 minutes and will be included in a series called "Interviews with Scientists". Promises to tell LP about the reaction of Australian schools once the program has been broadcast. Includes handwritten note by LP in top margin of page: "File". [Letter from LP to Hunt, 4, 1969] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (H: Correspondence, 1967-1969), Box #170, Folder #170.3]
  • Letter from Mrs. Martin (Helen) Sobell of the Committee to Free Morton Sobell RE: thanks LP for his support of their efforts and encloses a Draft Proposal for an organization for the remembrance of the issues in the Rosenberg-Sobell case and the exoneration of the Rosenbergs and Sobell. Asks LP to support them by sponsoring the new Rosenberg-Sobell committee with his name. Below is a form that would give the committee permission to use his name publicly as a sponsor. [Filed under LP Biographical: Materials re: Organizational Affiliations. Box #5.058, Folder #58.13].
  • Letter from Paul Martinson to LP RE: in response to LP's letter, is shipping the files from court case and appeal to LP. [Series, April 3, April 7]. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal. Box #3.016, Folder #16.2].
  • Newspaper Advertisement: Women Strike for Peace, Anti-Vietnam War (military budget), New York Times, April 14, 1969. [Filed under AHP: (Women International Strike for Peace, 1964-1980), Box #4.005, Folder #5.6]
  • Photo: Linus and Ava Helen Pauling sitting and drinking coffee with five unidentified others. Linus and Ava Helen visiting the science building at Wilson College. Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. “Coffee in Science Bldg. Wilson College. 14 April, 1969.” Photographer unknown. Black and white print. [Ship #1728] [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1969i.13]