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Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1873-2013

03. Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles. 1923-1995, undated.

This section features hundreds of manuscripts and typescripts of articles -- many of which went unpublished -- that were written or co-written by Linus Pauling. Also included is correspondence relevant to the development and publication of these articles. In many instances, abstracts, galley proofs, figures, research notes and other background materials have been interfiled where appropriate.


141 boxes

Boxes 1945a - 1953a (Page: 21 - 30)



1945a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1945.
1945a.1.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Notes, Non-Pauling Reprints: A Theory of the Color of Dyes, June 24, 1945.
1945a.2.
Typescript, Correspondence: Proposed Federal Aid to Research in Science and Medicine, November 17, 1945.
1945a.3.
Partial Typescript, Research Notes: The Serological Properties of Simple Substances. IX. Hapten Inhibition by Polyhaptenic Simple Substances, 1945.
1945a.4.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: proposed biology research program at the California Institute of Technology], 1945.

1946a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1946.
1946a.1.
Typescript: A Proposed Program of Research on the Fundamental Problems of Biology and Medicine, February 14, 1946.
1946a.2.
Typescript, Correspondence: Ice, April 12, 1946.
[written for Encyclopedia Britannica, not published until 1953]
1946a.3.
Typescript, Correspondence: Resonance, July 29, 1946.
[written for Encyclopedia Britannica, not published until 1953]
1946a.4.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Periodic Law, August 29, 1946.
[written for Encyclopedia Britannica, not published until 1953; revised in 1971]
1946a.5.
Correspondence: Atomic Radii and Interatomic Distances in Metals, September 25, 1946.
1946a.6.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Non-Pauling Reprint: The Nature and Causes of Cancer, October 5, 1946.
1946a.7.
Typescript, Correspondence: I.C.C.A.S.P.? Yes, Letter to the Editor of Chemical and Engineering News, November 5, 1946.
1946a.8.
Typescript: The Palestine Problem, Letter to the Editor of The Times (London), 1946.
1946a.9.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of Currents in Biochemical Research, by David E. Green, ed., 1946.

1947a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1947.
1947a.1.
Typescript, Correspondence, Valence, January 1947.
[written for Encyclopedia Britannica, not published until 1953]
1947a.2.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Notes: Discussion of the Structures of Sylvanite, Calaverite, and Krennerite, May 30, 1947.
1947a.3.
Typescript, Correspondence: Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity, July 17, 1947.
1947a.4.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Arrangement of the Hemes in Catalase, August 20, 1947.
1947a.5.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Specific Biological Forces, December 5, 1947.
1947a.6.
Typescript, Correspondence, Photostat Figures: The Interpretation of Some Chemical Properties of Hemoglobin in Terms of Its Molecular Structure, December 11, 1947.
1947a.7.
Galley Proof: Chemical Achievement and Hope for the Future, 1947.

1948a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1948.
1948a.1.
Typescript: Shortening of Bonds in Flourine Compounds, February 9, 1948.
1948a.2.
Correspondence: The Ratio of Valence Electrons to Atoms in Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, February 20, 1948.
1948a.3.
Typescript, Abstract: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, April 8, 1948.
1948a.4.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: The Metallic State, May 6, 1948.
1948a.5.
Manuscript, Typescript: The Electronic Structure of Excited States of Simple Molecules, June 30, 1948.
1948a.6.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Notes: The Reaction of Simple Antigens with Purified Antibody and The Degree of Association of Some Simple Antigens, June 1948.
1948a.7.
Correspondence: The Nature of the Bonds in the Iron Silicide FeSi and Related Crystals, July 8, 1948.
1948a.8.
Manuscript: A Reconsideration of My Old (1925) Treatment of Electrolytic Solutions, July 29, 1948.
1948a.9.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Electronic Structure of Hemoglobin, November 13, 1948.
1948a.10.
Typescript: The Structure of Complexes and the Influence of Structure on Exchange Reactions, 1948.

1949a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1949.
1949a.1.
Typescript: No Title, Letter to the Editor of The Daily Barometer (Oregon State University) [re: Ralph Spitzer; addressed to A.L. Strand and released to The Daily Barometer] February 28, 1949.
1949a.2.
Typescripts, Correspondence: No Title, Letter to the Editor of Chemical and Engineering News, [re: Ralph Spitzer; including letters originally addressed to A.L. Strand] March 8, 1949.
1949a.3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Figures: The Problem of the Graphite Structure, March 18, 1949.
1949a.4.
Press Release: No Title, [re: prevention of atomic war] March 25, 1949.
1949a.5.
Manuscript, Typescript, Notes: The Electric Dipole Moments of Molecules and the Principle of Electric Neutrality of Atoms, April 23, 1949.
1949a.6.
Offprint, Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: Statement of Dr. Linus Pauling, President of the American Chemical Society, [re: international control of atomic energy] September 23, 1949.
1949a.7.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Condensation and Oxidation of Gelatin with Glyoxal and Hydrogen Peroxide for the Preparation of a Plasma Substitute (Oxypolygelatin), 1949.
1949a.8.
Abstracts: Valence in Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, 1949.
1949a.9.
Typescript: A Valence-Bond Theory of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, 1949.
1949a.10.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Non-Pauling Typescripts: The Dissociation Energy of Carbon Monoxide and the Heat of Sublimation of Graphite, 1949.

1950a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1950.
1950a.1.
Typescript: Report to Climax Molybdenum Company, April 1950.
1950a.2.
Manuscript, Notes: No Title, [re: conviction of Harry Bridges for criminal fraud and conspiracy] April 1950.
1950a.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: loyalty oaths requirements by the University of California system] April 1950.
1950a.4.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: meeting with Lee DuBridge and conflict over political statements] July 14, 1950.
1950a.5.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: meeting with Lee DuBridge, LP tenure review committee and Sidney Weinbaum Committee] July 18, 1950.
1950a.6.
Manuscript, Typescript, Non-Pauling Typescripts: An Explanation of the Maximum Melting Point of Alloys in the Lead-Thallium System and Related Binary Systems, August 1950.
1950a.7.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: Chemistry in the Twentieth Century, September 13, 1950.
1950a.8.
Typescript: The Structure of MoNi4, October 4, 1950.
1950a.9.
Typescript, Correspondence: Two Hydrogen-Bonded Spiral Configurations of the Polypeptide Chain, October 13, 1950.
1950a.10.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Correspondence: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: political beliefs and California Senate Investigating Committee on Education] November 14, 1950.
1950a.11.
Typescript: The Teaching of Science at the California Institute of Technology, December 2, 1950.
1950a.12.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of Progress in Biochemistry -- A Report on Biochemical Problems and on Biochemical Research Since 1939, by Felix Haurowitz, 1950.
1950a.13.
Manuscript, Typescript: No Title, [re: molybdenum; subtitles include Hybrid Bond Orbitals in Molybdenum, The Structure of Ferromolybdenum and The Structure of Molybdenum Silicide] 1950.
1950a.14.
Abstract: Abstract of Structural Chemistry in Relation to Biology and Medicine, 1950.
1950a.15.
Typescript: No Title, [re: need to abolish war in lieu of hydrogen bomb discussions] 1950.
1950a.16.
Typescript: Compressibilities, Force Constants, and Interatomic Distance of the Elements in the Solid State, 1950.
1950a.17.
Typescripts: Principles Determining the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, 1950.
1950a.18.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Non-Pauling Reprint: Sickle Cell Anemia, A Molecular Disease, Letter to the Editor of Nature, 1950.

1951a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1951.
1951a.1.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of Notions Modernes sur L'Atome et La Valence, by A. Travers. February 7, 1951.
1951a.2.
Typescript: The Structure of Proteins: Two Hydrogen-Bonded Helical Configurations of the Polypeptide Chain, February 28, 1951.
1951a.3.
Manuscript, Typescript: Statement of March 28, 1951. [re: University of Hawaii controversy] March 28, 1951.
1951a.4.
Typescript: Statement Dictated Saturday, March 31, 1951. [re: University of Hawaii controversy] March 31, 1951.
1951a.5.
Manuscript, Typescript, Research Notes: The Structure of Synthetic Polypeptides, March 1951.
1951a.6.
Manuscript, Typescript, Research Notes: The Structure of Hair, Muscle, and Related Proteins, March 1951.
1951a.7.
Typescript, Research Notes: The Structure of Feather Rachis Keratin, March 1951.
1951a.8.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Research Notes: The Pleated Sheet, A New Layer Configuration of Polypeptide Chains, March 1951.
1951a.9.
Typescripts, Diagram: Atomic Coordinates and Structure Factors for Two Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains, March 1951.
1951a.10.
Manuscript, Typescript, Diagrams: The Polypeptide-Chain Configuration in Hemoglobin and Other Globular Proteins, March 1951.
1951a.11.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Figures, Research Notes: The Structure of Fibrous Proteins of the Collagen-Gelatin Group, March 1951.
1951a.12.
Typescript: The Structure of Synthetic Polypeptides, March 1951.
1951a.13.
Typescript: Statement on Talk with Mr. Okrand, [re: University of Hawaii controversy] April 2, 1951.
1951a.14.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, April 2, 1951. [re: University of Hawaii controversy] April 2, 1951.

1951a2.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1951.
1951a2.1.
Manuscript, Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: HUAC and peace activities] April 5, 1951.
1951a2.2.
Manuscript, Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: new invitations to visit and speak in Hawaii] April 26, 1951.
1951a2.3.
Typescript: Statement, [re: protein research] May 16, 1951.
1951a2.4.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of The American Fiat Review of German Science 1939-1946, Vol. 12. Physics of the Electron Shells, by Hans Kopferman, et al., eds, May 13, 1951.
1951a2.5.
Correspondence: Discussion of "The borides of some transition elements", by Roland Kiessling, June 1951.
1951a2.6.
Typescript: Structure of Alloys with about 160 Atoms in the Unit Cube, July 2, 1951.
1951a2.7.
Typescript, Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: Professor Arnold Sommerfeld, August 6, 1951.
1951a2.8.
Typescript, Research Notes: Configurations of Polypeptide Chains with Favored Orientations around Single Bonds: Two New Pleated Sheets, August 1951.
1951a2.9.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of Die Chemische Affinität, by Egon Wiberg, November 2, 1951.
1951a2.10.
Typescript: Draft of Statement about Charges by Army-Navy-Air Force Personnel Security Board, November 9, 1951.
1951a2.11.
Typescript: Statement by Professor Linus Pauling - For presentation to the Industrial Employment Review Board, Room 810, Federal Building, Los Angeles, Calif. 10 A.M., Monday, November 19, 1951. [re: political beliefs] November 19, 1951.
1951a2.12.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: assignment of legal council to LP] November 19, 1951.
1951a2.13.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: LP legal representation at meeting of Industrial Employment Review Board] November 20, 1951.
1951a2.14.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Magazine Article: No Title, Letter to the Editor of The American Legion Magazine, [re: article "Do Colleges Have to Hire Red Professors", by Louis Budenz] November 25, 1951.
1951a2.15.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Research Notes: Configurations of Polypeptide Chains with Equivalent CIS Amide Groups, November 27, 1951.
1951a2.16.
Typescript: Statement About Russian Attack on the Theory of Resonance, November 30, 1951.
1951a2.17.
Typescripts: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: meeting with Lee DuBridge, Industrial Employment Review Board and LP security clearance] December 19, 1951.
1951a2.18.
Typescript: No Title, [re: structure of polypeptide chains] 1951.
1951a2.19.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: The Lotmar-Picken X-Ray Diagram of Dried Muscle, Letter to the Editor of Nature, 1951.
1951a2.20.
Typescript: Compound Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains with a Three-Residue Unit Forming Two Hydrogen Bonds, 1951.

1952a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1952.
1952a.1.
Typescript: Proposed Investigation of Electronic Structure of Phosphorus Pentachloride, January 7, 1952.
1952a.2.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of States of Matter, by Hugh S. Taylor and Samuel Glasstone, eds., January 24, 1952.
1952a.3.
Typescript: Proposal for Research on the Structure of Gaseous Compounds of Silicon by the Electron Diffraction Method, January 31, 1952.
1952a.4.
Typescripts, Correspondence: The California Society of Fellows, February 8, 1952.
1952a.5.
Typescript: A Report on Silk Fibroin, February 25, 1952.
1952a.6.
Manuscript, Typescript: No Title, Letter to the Editor of the Los Angeles Times, [re: dismissal of Richard Lippman from the staff of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital] March 15, 1952.
1952a.7.
Typescript: A Second Report on Silk Fibroin, April 4, 1952.
1952a.8.
Typescript: A Report on Collagen, April 12, 1952.
1952a.9.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: restrictions on LP travel and subsequent threat posed to progress of science and individual liberties] April 22, 1952.
1952a.10.
Manuscript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: communications with Ruth Shipley and others in regards to passport problems] April 23, 1952.
1952a.11.
Typescripts: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: travel restrictions due to passport problems] April 29, 1952.
1952a.12.
Abstract : Fundamental Dimensions of Polypeptide Chains, paper for Royal Society Protein Conference, May 1, 1952.
1952a.13.
Abstract : Configurations of Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, paper for Royal Society Protein Conference, May 1, 1952.
1952a.14.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, Letter to the Editor of Aftenposten, [re: incorrect account of passport denial] May 20, 1952.
1952a.15.
Typescripts: The Best Interests of the United States, [re: passport denial] May 24, 1952.
1952a.16.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling: Investigation of Linus Pauling by California Institute of Technology, June 6, 1952.
1952a.17.
Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling on His Affiliation with Communism, June 20, 1952.
1952a.18.
Typescripts: The Department of State and the Structure of Proteins, June [?] 1952.
1952a.19.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of The Proteins: Chemistry, Biological Activity, and Methods, by Hans Neurath and Kenneth Bailey, June-July 1952.
1952a.20.
Correspondence, Notes: Use of Propositions in Examinations for the Doctor's Degree, August 1952.
1952a.21.
Manuscript, Typescript: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: allegations of communist affiliation] December 23, 1952.
1952a.22.
Manuscript Research Notes, Typescript: A Proposed Structure for the Nucleic Acids, December 1952.
1952a.23.
Typescript, Photographs: The Atomic Arrangements and Bonds of the Gold-Silver Ditellurides, 1952.
1952a.24.
Typescript: Interatomic Distances and Bond Character in the Oxygen Acids and Related Substances, 1952.

1953a.
Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1953.
1953a.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Notes: Statement by Linus Pauling, [re: testimony of Louis Budenz] January 4, 1953.
1953a.2.
Typescript: Statement by Prof. Linus Pauling, [re: clemency plea for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg] January 1953.
1953a.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence: No Title, [handwritten statement, in French, for l'Academie dés sciences, re: the social impact of world scientific organizations] February 4, 1953.
1953a.4.
Typescript: Unitarian Service Committee Mission to Germany, July 1953.
1953a.5.
Typescript, Correspondence: Review of International Tables for X-ray Crystallography, Vol. I. Symmetry Groups, K. Longsdale and N. F. M. Henry, eds., October 16, 1953.
1953a.6.
Typescript, Photographs: Compound Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains with a Three-Residue Unit Forming Two Hydrogen Bonds, 1953.
1953a.7.
Figures: Compound Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains: Structure of Proteins of the -keratin Type, 1953.
1953a.8.
Figures: Protein Interactions: Aggregation of Globular Proteins, 1953.