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Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1873-2013

04. Manuscripts and Typescripts of Speeches. 1921-1994, undated.

As with the Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles series, this section is largely composed of manuscripts and typescripts of speeches written and delivered by Linus Pauling. Also included is correspondence relevant to the writing, delivery and/or publication of these speeches. Further materials illustrating the logistics of Pauling's travel to the location of a speech's delivery, including correspondence, itineraries and other notes, are included as well.


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1921s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1921.
1921s.1.
Typescript: Children of the Dawn, Oregon State Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon, Spring 1921.

1922s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1922.
1922s.1.
Typescript: Senior Class Oration, Oregon State Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon, May 31, 1922.

1925s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1925.
1925s.1.
Manuscript: Conclusions Derived From the Structures of Crystals As Determined By X-Rays [Includes photo micrographs], Research Conference, No Location, January 29, 1925.
1925s.2.
Manuscript: Schallausbreitung in Teilweise dissozüerten Gesen, seminar talk, Location Unknown, Fall 1925.
1925s.3.
Manuscript Notes: Modern Theories Of Valence and Chemical Combination, Seminar, Pasadena, California, 1925.

1928s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1928.
1928s.1.
Manuscript: Some Problems in Wave Mechanics, First Lecture, Physics Seminar, No Location, January 11-12, 1928.
[Also includes Manuscript: The Analogy Between Mechanics and Optics, 1928?]
1928s.2.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 6, 1928.
1928s.3.
Abstract, Program: Quantum Defects for Non-Penetrating Orbits, American Physical Society, Pasadena Meeting, December 8, 1928.
1928s.4.
Manuscript: Early Efforts at Hybridization of Bond Orbitals, No Location, 1928.

1929s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1929.
1929s.1.
Manuscript: The Development of the Quantum Mechanics, First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, February 19, 1929.
1929s.2.
Manuscript: The Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, First Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, February 19, 1929.
1929s.3.
Manuscript: The Sizes of Ions in Crystals, Second Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, February 26, 1929.
1929s.4.
Manuscript: The Harmonic Oscillator, Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, February 1929.
1929s.5.
Manuscript: Hermite Polynomials and Hermite Orthogonal Functions, Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 1, 1929.
1929s.6.
Manuscript: Intensities for the Harmonic Oscillator, Fourth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 4, 1929.
1929s.7.
Manuscript: Uses of Ionic Radii, Third Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, March 5, 1929.
1929s.8.
Manuscript: The Oscillating and Rotating Diatomic Dipole Gas, Fifth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 6, 1929.
1929s.9.
Manuscript: Energy Levels for Diatomic Molecule, Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 8, 1929.
1929s.10.
Manuscript: Tesseral Harmonics, Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 11, 1929.
1929s.11.
Manuscript: A More Refined Treatment of Ionic Sizes, Fourth Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, March 12, 1929.
1929s.12.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: rotation-absorption spectrum analysis and calculations] Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 13, 1929.
1929s.13.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Atom, Ninth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 15, 1929.
1929s.14.
Manuscript: Hydrogen-like Eigenfunctions, Tenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 18, 1929.
1929s.15.
Manuscript: Melting Points, Boiling Points, Crystal Energy, Fifth Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, March 19, 1929.
1929s.16.
Manuscript: First-order Perturbation Theory for Non-degenerate State, Eleventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 20, 1929.
1929s.17.
Manuscript: Several Independent Variables, Twelfth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 22, 1929.
1929s.18.
Manuscript: First-order Perturbation Theory for a Degenerate System, Thirteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 25, 1929.
1929s.19.
Manuscript: The Properties of Many-electron Atoms and Ions, Sixth Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, March 26, 1929.
1929s.20.
Manuscript: The Resonance Phenomenon, Fourteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 27, 1929.
1929s.21.
Manuscript: The Helium Spectrum, Fifteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, March 29, 1929.
1929s.22.
Manuscript: The Resonance Phenomenon with Isotopes, Sixteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 1, 1929.
1929s.23.
Manuscript: Diamagnetic Susceptibility, Outer Work Function, X-Ray Edges, Seventh Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, April 2, 1929.
1929s.24.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Molecule - ion by Perturbation Theory -- First Order, Seventeenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 3, 1929.
1929s.25.
Manuscript: φ. Burrau's Solution of the Wave Equation for H2+ in Normal State, Eighteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 5, 1929.
1929s.26.
Manuscript: The Observed Properties of H2 and H2+, Nineteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 8, 1929.
1929s.27.
Manuscript: Hartree's Theory of the Self-Consistent Field, Eighth Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, April 9, 1929.
1929s.28.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Molecule According to Heitler and London, Twentieth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 10, 1929.
1929s.29.
Manuscript: Dirac's Theory of Transitions Resulting from a Perturbation, Twenty-First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 11, 1929.
1929s.30.
Manuscript: Derivation of the First-order Perturbation Energy for a System Without a Perturbation Function, Twenty-Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 12, 1929.
1929s.31.
Manuscript: Excited States of the Hydrogen Molecule, Twenty-Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 15, 1929.
1929s.32.
Manuscript: Photoionisation in Liquids and Solids, Ninth Lecture, Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions, University of California, Berkeley, April 16, 1929.
1929s.33.
Manuscript: Rotational States and Specific Heat of the Hydrogen Molecule, Twenty-Fourth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 17, 1929.
1929s.34.
Manuscript: Special Cases of Dirac's Equations, Twenty-Fifth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 18, 1929.
1929s.35.
Manuscript: Shared Electron Bonds in General (Heitler and London), Twenty-Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 19, 1929.
1929s.36.
Manuscript: The Theory of Permutation Groups, Twenty-Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 22, 1929.
1929s.37.
Manuscript: The Absorption of Radiation or of an Electron, "Tenth Lecture of the Ionic Series", [Seminar on the Properties of Monatomic Atoms and Ions] University of California, Berkeley, April 23, 1929.
1929s.38.
Manuscript: Heitler's Second Paper. Interaction Energy of Two Like Atoms, Twenty-Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 24, 1929.
1929s.39.
Manuscript: Interaction of a System with Radiation, Twenty-Ninth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 25, 1929.
1929s.40.
Manuscript: The Shared Electron Pair Bond, Fortieth [sic? Thirtieth?] Lecture, Berkeley Lectures on Applications of Quantum Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley, April 26, 1929.
1929s.41.
Manuscript: The Structure of Complex Inorganic Crystals, Lecture, American Chemical Society, AAAS Meeting, Berkeley, California, June 20, 1929.
1929s.42.
Manuscript: The Development of Quantum Mechanics, San Bernardino Junior College, California, October 21, 1929.
1929s.43.
Manuscript: Crystal Structure Evidence for the Lewis Shared Electron Pair, Lecture to the Chemistry Research Conference, No Location, November 6, 1929.
1929s.44.
Manuscript: The Structure of Inorganic Crystals, Teacher's Institute, Pasadena, California, December 17, 1929.

1930s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1930.
1930s.1.
Manuscript: Introduction and Review of Wave Mechanics, First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, March 17, 1930.
1930s.2.
Manuscript: Perturbation Theory -- Method of Variation of Constants, Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, March 19, 1930.
1930s.3.
Manuscript: Perturbation Theory for Degenerate Systems, Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, March 21, 1930.
1930s.4.
Manuscript: Application to a Two-Fold Degenerate System, Helium Atom, Fourth and Fifth Lectures, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, March 26 & March 30, 1930.
1930s.5.
Manuscript: The Theory of Radioactive Decomposition, Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, April 2, 1930.
1930s.6.
Manuscript: The Theory of Radioactive Decomposition (cont), Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, April 4, 1930.
1930s.7.
Manuscript: Pulling Electrons out of Metals by Strong Fields, Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, April 7, 1930.
1930s.8.
Manuscript Notes: The Rotational Motion of Molecules in Crystals, Ninth and Tenth Lectures, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, April 9 & 11, 1930.

1931s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1931.
1931s.1.
Manuscript: No Title, [Development of Electron Pair Bond Theory] First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, March 23, 1931.
1931s.2.
Manuscript: Change in Quantization. Tetrahedral Eigenfunctions, Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, March 27, 1931.
1931s.3.
Manuscript: Free or Restricted Rotation, Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, March 30, 1931.
1931s.4.
Manuscript: Bonds Involving d Eigenfunctions, Fourth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 1, 1931.
1931s.5.
Manuscript: The Stability of Complexes, Fifth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 3, 1931.
1931s.6.
Manuscript: Continuous or Discontinuous Change of Bond Type, Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 6, 1931.
1931s.7.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Halides, Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 8, 1931.
1931s.8.
Manuscript Notes: The Magnetic Moments of the Iron-group Ions, Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 10, 1931.
1931s.9.
Manuscript: The Magnetic Moments of Complexes with Electron-pair Bonds, Ninth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 13, 1931.
1931s.10.
Manuscript: The Structure of Simple Molecules, Tenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 15, 1931.
1931s.11.
Manuscript: The Three-electron Bond, Eleventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Nature of the Chemical Bond, University of California, Berkeley, April 17, 1931.

1932s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1932.
1932s.1.
Manuscript: The Variation Treatment and Normal H2, First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, February 29, 1932.
1932s.2.
Manuscript: The Type of Bond in the Hydrogen Halides and the Halogen Halides, Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 3, 1932.
1932s.3.
Manuscript: Bond Energies in Organic Molecules and Other Covalent Molecules, Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 4, 1932.
1932s.4.
Manuscript: The Carbon-Oxygen "Double" Bond, Fourth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 7, 1932.
1932s.5.
Manuscript: Interatomic Distances in Covalent Molecules, Fifth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 10, 1932.
1932s.6.
Manuscript: Interatomic Distances, continued, Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 11, 1932.
1932s.7.
Manuscript: Slater's Treatment of Molecules, Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 14, 1932.
1932s.8.
Manuscript: Matrix Components, Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 17, 1932.
1932s.9.
Manuscript Notes: Three electrons, spin degeneracy, Ninth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 18, 1932.
1932s.10.
Manuscript: Four electrons, spin degeneracy, Molecule containing only paired electrons, Molecule with two shared pairs, two others, Tenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 21, 1932.
1932s.11.
Manuscript: The Double Bond, Eleventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 24, 1932.
1932s.12.
Manuscript: The Strength of Bond Eigenfunctions, Twelfth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- Resonance of a Molecule among Several Lewis Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 25, 1932.
1932s.13.
Manuscript: Resonance of a Molecule among Several Electronic Structures and Interatomic Distances in Covalent Molecules, First Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 7, 1932.
1932s.14.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Halides, [?] Second Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 14, 1932.
1932s.15.
Manuscript: The Energy of Single Bonds and the Electronegativity of Atoms, Third Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 21, 1932.
1932s.16.
Manuscript: The Energy of Resonance of a Molecule among Several Electronic Structures, Fourth Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 5, 1932.
1932s.17.
Manuscript: Wave Functions for Molecules, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 11, 1932.
1932s.18.
Manuscript: Slater's Method of Formulating Wave Functions for Molecules, Fifth Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 12, 1932.
1932s.19.
Manuscript: Bond Wave Functions and the Spatial Configuration of Molecules, Sixth Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 19, 1932.
1932s.20.
Manuscript: The Energetics of Molecular Rearrangements, No Location, May 23, 1932.
1932s.21.
Manuscript: The Magnetic Moments of Molecules and Complex Ions, Seventh Lecture, M.I.T. Lectures on Crystal Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 25, 1932.
1932s.22.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Mathematical Preparation for a Student of Modern Physical Studies, No Location, August 29, 1932.

1933s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1933.
1933s.1.
Manuscript: The Variation Method, First Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 13, 1933.
1933s.2.
Manuscript: The Helium Atom, Second Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 15, 1933.
1933s.3.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Molecule, Third Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 17, 1933.
1933s.4.
Manuscript: Slater's Wave Functions for Molecules, Fourth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 20, 1933.
1933s.5.
Manuscript: The Eigenfunction for a Lewis Structure, Fifth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 22, 1933.
1933s.6.
Manuscript: The Energy of a Lewis Structure, Sixth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 24, 1933.
1933s.7.
Manuscript: Benzene and Naphthalene, Seventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 27, 1933.
1933s.8.
Manuscript: The Secular Equation, Eighth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, March 29, 1933.
1933s.9.
Manuscript: Triphenylmethyl, Ninth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 3, 1933.
1933s.10.
Manuscript: Various Hydrocarbon Free Radicals, Tenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 5, 1933.
1933s.11.
Manuscript Notes: The Calculation of Resonance Energies from Thermochemical Data, Eleventh Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 7, 1933.
1933s.12.
Manuscript, Notes: The Three-electron Bond, Thirteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 12, 1933.
1933s.13.
Manuscript: The Nitric Oxide Molecule, Fourteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 14, 1933.
1933s.14.
Manuscript: Continuation on Three-electron Bond, Fifteenth Lecture, Berkeley Lectures -- The Electronic Structure of Molecules with a Special Reference to the Resonance of Molecules Among Several Electronic Structures, University of California, Berkeley, April 17, 1933.
1933s.15.
Manuscript: Electron Diffraction by Gas Molecules, Chemistry Research Conference, No Location, October 18, 1933.

1934s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1934.
1934s.1.
Manuscript: Waves and Particles, Sigma Xi - Phi Beta Kappa Lecture, Eugene, Oregon, May 26, 1934.
1934s.2.
Manuscript: Interatomic Distances and the Structure of Simple Molecules, symposium talk, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Berkeley, California, June 19, 1934.

1935s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1935.
1935s.1.
Manuscript: Recent Work on the Structure of Molecules, Athenaeum, California, February 7, 1935.
1935s.2.
Manuscript, Poster: A Straightforward Method of Interpretation of Diffraction Data, Lecture 1 of a series of five addresses on "Special Topics Relating to the Structure of Metals", University of California, Berkeley, August 29, 1935.
1935s.3.
Manuscript: The Radial Distribution Method of Interpretation of Electron Diffraction Photographs, Lecture 2 of a series of five addresses on "Special Topics Relating to the Structure of Metals", University of California, Berkeley, September 2, 1935.
1935s.4.
Manuscript: How to Tell an Acid from a Base, Cal Tech Chemistry Club, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, October 11, 1935.
1935s.5.
Manuscript: The Structure of Molecule-Ions, No Location, November 25, 1935.

1936s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1936.
1936s.1.
Manuscript: The Magnetic Properties and Structures of Hemoglobin and Related Substances, Sigma Xi, No Location, March 3, 1936.
1936s.2.
Correspondence: The Structure of Hemoglobin and Other Coordination Compounds of Iron, Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society, Rochester, New York, April 23, 1936.
1936s.3.
Manuscript: Applications of Magnetic Methods to Chemistry, Sigma Xi, University of California, Los Angeles, November 4, 1936.
1936s.4.
Manuscript: Valence and the Structure of Molecules, Lecture to Teacher's Institute, Pasadena, California, December 18, 1936.
1936s.5.
Manuscript: The Future of Structural Chemistry, John Winthrop House, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1936.

1937s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1937.
1937s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Notes: The Structure of Molecules, radio talk, No Location, February 3, 1937.
1937s.2.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Hemoglobin and Magnetism, formal chapter installation of Sigma Xi, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oregon, May 12, 1937.
1937s.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Significance of Structural Chemistry, George Fisher Baker Lectureship, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 12, 1937.
[Folder also contains handwritten outline of the complete George Fischer Baker Lectureship and the Cornell University Directory, 1937-1938]

1938s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1938.
1938s.1.
Manuscript: The Elements of Quantum Mechanics and the Principle of Indeterminacy, Cornell Philosophy Club, Ithaca, New York, January 20, 1938.
1938s.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Structural Chemistry of Blood, Jubilee Program, Pomona College, Pomona, California, March 10, 1938.
[LP also delivered three other lectures as part of this celebration: The Electronic Theory of Valence, March 1, 1938; The Determination of the Structure of Molecules by the Diffraction of Electrons, March 3, 1938; The Resonance of Molecules among Several Valence Bond Structures, March 8, 1938]
1938s.3.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: Vitamin chemists: what they are and what they do] address to the Associates -- Todd Dinner, Pasadena, California, March 28, 1938.
1938s.4.
Manuscript Notes: Protein Structure and Immunological Reactions, Location Unknown, ["Second meeting of the protein seminar"] April 19, 1938.
1938s.5.
Notes, Reprint: The Future of the Crellin Laboratory, dedication of the Crellin Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 16, 1938.
1938s.6.
Manuscript: First Seminar Talk, Remarks to the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, [re: overview of the department] California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, September 28, 1938.

1939s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1939.
1939s.1.
Manuscript, Program: Theory of Color of Organic Substances, Symposium on Liquids and Polyatomic Molecules, University of Chicago, Illinois, June 26, 1939.
1939s.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Structural Chemistry of Blood, Scientific and Mathematical Association, Pasadena, California, December 16, 1939.

1940s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1940.
1940s.1.
Manuscript Notes: The Nature of Serological Reactions - The Structure and Formation of Antibodies, Chemistry Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, March 12, 1940.
1940s.2.
Manuscript: Speech for Union Now, No Location, April 8, 1940.
1940s.3.
Correspondence: The Structural Chemistry of Blood, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, May 3, 1940; The Structure of Molecules and the Nature of the Chemical Bond, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, May 4, 1940.
1940s.4.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Chemistry of Blood, Alpha Chi Sigma initiation, University of California, Berkeley, June 24, 1940.
1940s.5.
Manuscript, Typescript, Ancillary Material: The Immediate Need for Interdemocracy Federal Union and Mr. Streit's Proposed Declaration of Interdependence, Union Now meeting, Pasadena, California, July 22, 1940.
1940s.6.
Manuscript: Talk in Support of President Roosevelt, No Location, October 28, 1940.
1940s.7.
Manuscript, Typescript: Science and Democracy, Tau Beta Pi Banquet, Athenaeum, California, November 26, 1940.

1941s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1941.
1941s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Structural Chemistry of the Future, Nichols Medal Address, American Chemical Society, New York Section, New York, March 7, 1941.
[Includes letters of congratulation]
1941s.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: structural chemistry and methods of investigation, including electron microscope and x-ray crystallography] The First William Conger Morgan Memorial Lecture, University of California, Los Angeles, May 9, 1941.
1941s.3.
Manuscripts, Background Material: X-ray and Electron Diffraction; Derivation of Intensity Formula; Resonance, Chemical Bonds, Partial Ionic Character, Distinguished Visitor Lectureship, University of Chicago, Illinois, June 24 - July 24, 1941.
1941s.4.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Resonance and Organic Chemistry, Fiftieth Anniversary Symposia, University of Chicago, Illinois, September 22, 1941.
1941s.5.
Correspondence, Program: The Manufacture of Antibodies, Pasteur Society, San Francisco, California, November 10, 1941.

1942s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1942.
1942s.1.
Correspondence: The Nature of Serological Reactions and the Manufacture of Antibodies in Vitro, Mayo Foundation Lecture, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, March 20, 1942.
1942s.2.
Correspondence: Immunochemistry, Chinese Natural Science Association, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, October 11, 1942.

1943s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1943.
1943s.1.
Manuscript, Program: Development of Immunochemistry at CIT, Alumni Seminar, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 11, 1943.
1943s.2.
Manuscript: Chemical Studies of the Structure of Antibodies, Chemical Society of Washington and Washington Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., April 22, 1943.
1943s.3.
Program, Notes: The Electronic Structure of the Haem Group in Haemoglobin, Haemoglobin Conference, Cambridge, England, June 16, 1943.
1943s.4.
Manuscript: Talk at Memorial Services for Elizabeth Swingle, No Location, September 27, 1943.
1943s.5.
Handwritten Outline: The Nature of the Chemical Bond, ["A war-time series of lectures, one per week..."] California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, November 8 - December 6, 1943.
1943s.6.
Program: Immunology - The Interaction of Antibodies and Simple Chemical Substances, California Section of the American Chemical Society, Berkeley, California, December 13, 1943.
1943s.7.
Program, Notes, Ancillary Material: Specificity of Intermolecular Interaction, American Physical Society, Pasadena, California, December 27, 1943.

1944s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1944.
1944s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Background Material: The Chemistry of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Stieglitz Memorial Lecture, Chicago Section of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, January 27, 1944.
1944s.2.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: science and the war?] Coordinating Council of the Department of Playground and Recreation, Los Angeles, California, April 26, 1944.
1944s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Flyer: Some New Experiments in the Field of Immunochemistry, Southern California Section, No Location, October 6, 1944.

1945s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1945.
1945s.1.
Manuscript, Program: Blood Substitutes, Los Angeles Academy of Medicine, California, February 16, 1945.
1945s.2.
Program: Post War Medical Organization and Research, Meeting of the International College of Surgeons, Los Angeles Chapter, California, April 25, 1945.
1945s.3.
Manuscript Notes: The Future of Medical Research, Talk for UMCA, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, August 29, 1945.
1945s.4.
Manuscript, Poster: No Title, [re: immunology research] Irons/Pick lecture, Nu Kappa Nu Medical Fraternity, University of Chicago, Illinois, September 3, 1945.
1945s.5.
Manuscript: The Future of Scientific and Medical Research, Pasadena, California, September 26, 1945.
1945s.6.
Manuscript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: Soviet-American political tensions] speech at Banquet of Russian-American Club, Los Angeles, California, November 5, 1945.
1945s.7.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Ancillary Material: Atomic Energy and World Government, Hollywood, California, November 30, 1945.
1945s.8.
Manuscript, Notes: Introduction of Colonel Evans Carlson, No Location, December 27, 1945.
1945s.9.
Manuscript, Typescript: Why Should Evans Carlson be Damned..., No Location, 1945.

1946s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1946.
1946s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Threat to Academic Freedom in California, Hollywood Independent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions, Los Angeles, California, January 21, 1946.
1946s.2.
Transcript, Program: Analogies Between Antibodies and Simpler Chemical Substances, First Harrison Howe Memorial Lecture, Rochester Section, American Chemical Society, Rochester, New York, February 4, 1946.
1946s.3.
Typescript, Correspondence: Theory of Resonance, Jackson Laboratory Lecture Series, Du Pont, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, February 8, 1946.
1946s.4.
Manuscript, Correspondence: Bonds Between Metal Atoms in Metallic and Non-Metallic Substances, Shell Development Research Club, Sigma Xi Lecture, Berkeley, California, February 18, 1946.
1946s.5.
Manuscript: Structure and Specificity, Eli Lilly and Company, No Location, March 19, 1946.
1946s.6.
Manuscript: Medical Research of the Future, Third William J. Stone Memorial Lecture, Pasadena, California, April 2, 1946.
1946s.7.
Manuscript, Typescript, Program, Notes, Ancillary Material: Molecular Architecture and Biological Reactions, The George Westinghouse Centennial Forum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 17, 1946.
1946s.8.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Notes, Ancillary Material: Modern Structural Chemistry, Willard Gibbs Medal, American Chemical Society, Chicago Section, Chicago, Illinois, June 14, 1946.
[Includes letters of congratulation]
1946s.9.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Program: The Influence of Molecular Structure on Biological Activity, Presidential Address, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Reno, Nevada, June 19, 1946.
1946s.10.
Correspondence: No Title, conference on "The Chemistry and Physiology of Growth", Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, September 27-30, 1946.
1946s.11.
Transcript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Molecular Architecture and Medical Progress, United States Rubber Company New York Philharmonic-Symphony Intermission Feature, Columbia Broadcasting System, New York, October 13, 1946.
1946s.12.
Correspondence: Analogies Between Antibodies and Simpler Chemical Substances, American Chemical Society, North Jersey Section, Passaic, New Jersey, October 14, 1946.
1946s.13.
Manuscript, Notes: The Future of Medical Research, Hollywood Academy of Medicine, California, October 14, 1946.
1946s.14.
Manuscript Notes: Blood Substitutes, Friday Evening Lecture, No Location, November 15, 1946.
1946s.15.
Manuscript: The Atomic Problem, No Location, December 9, 1946.

1947s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1947.
1947s.1.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Future of Scientific and Medical Research, Annual Regional Dinner Meeting of the American College of Physicians, Southern California chapter, Los Angeles, California, February 7, 1947.
1947s.2.
Typescripts: One World -- Or None At All, Meeting of the Progressive Citizens of America, Los Angeles, California, February 11, 1947.
1947s.3.
Manuscript: What Atomic Energy Means to You, Cal Tech Women's Club, April 2, 1947.
1947s.4.
Manuscript, Flyer: The Significance of Nuclear Energy, Pasadena Junior College, Pasadena, California, April 11, 1947.
1947s.5.
Program: The Atom - Our Hope for the Future, Atomic Energy: a Discussion by Representatives of the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, April 21, 1947.
1947s.6.
Manuscript, Typescript: Will the United States Accept its Greatest Responsibility?, Portland, Oregon, April 24, 1947.
1947s.7.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Reprint: Unsolved Mysteries of Structural Chemistry, Theodore William Richards Medal Address, Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, New York, May 9, 1947.
1947s.8.
Typescript: Atomic Energy -- A Great Discovery, for Good or Evil, Hollywood, California, May 19, 1947.
1947s.9.
Invitation: The Nature and Meaning of Atomic Energy, Los Angeles, California, May 20, 1947.
1947s.10.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: the foundations of quantum mechanics] Conference on Quantum Mechanics, National Academy of Sciences and the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Shelter Island, New York, June 2-4, 1947.
1947s.11.
Typescript, Correspondence: Remarks at Opening of the Benjamin Franklin House, British Society for International Understanding, London, England, June 27, 1947.
1947s.12.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: No Title, [re: chemical constituents of cells] Sixth International Congress for Experimental Cytology, Stockholm, Sweden, July 10-17, 1947.
1947s.13.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Centenary Lectures, The Chemical Society, Oxford, England, July 15-17, 1947.
1947s.14.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: Speech by Professor Linus Pauling on behalf of the Honorary Graduates, [after-dinner speech in response to toast "To our honorary graduates"] University of London, England, July 16, 1947.
1947s.15.
Typescript, Correspondence, Reprint, Background Material: Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity and The Nature of Bonds in Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, Congress Lecturer, 11th International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry, London, England, July 17-24, 1947.
1947s.16.
Manuscript Notes: Industry Faces an Atomic Future, PCA Business Men's Club, Los Angeles, California, September 25, 1947.
1947s.17.
Background Material: The Nature of Metals, Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society, Los Angeles, [?] California, October 3, 1947.
1947s.18.
Correspondence: The Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, October 6, 1947.
1947s.19.
Typescripts, Notes, Correspondence, Program, Newspaper Clippings: Chemical Achievement, and Hope for the Future, Silliman Lecture, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, October 15, 1947.
1947s.20.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: loyalty oaths and un-American activities] Pasadena Conference on Human Rights, Scott Methodist Church, California, October 30, 1947.
1947s.21.
Manuscript, Program Discussion of Foreign Affairs, Democrats for Wallace Conference, Los Angeles, California, November 2, 1947.
1947s.22.
Correspondence: Atomic Energy and its Technical and Social Possibilities, Pomona College, Claremont, California, November 5, 1947.
1947s.23.
Manuscript: Chemistry's Attack on the Unknown in Biology, The Athenaeum, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, November 20, 1947.
1947s.24.
Typescript: No Title, [re: social activism by scientists] Science and Education Dinner, December 14, 1947.
1947s.25.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Intermolecular Forces and Molecular Structure in Relation to Biological Specificity, E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, Delaware, December 23, 1947.

1948s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1948.
1948s.1.
Correspondence: No Title, Travel information for Lecture before the Union Internationale de Physique Pure et Apliquée, Amsterdam, Netherlands, January 13, 1948.
1948s.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 1, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, January 20, 1948.
1948s.3.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 2, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, January 23, 1948.
1948s.4.
Correspondence: The Use of Magnetic Methods in Chemistry, Oxford University Junior Scientific Club, University Museum, Oxford, England, January 23, 1948.
1948s.5.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 3, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, January 27, 1948.
1948s.6.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: use of physiochemical methods in studying serological reactions] Lecture for The Committee of the University College Physical and Chemical Society, University College, London, England, January 27, 1948.
1948s.7.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 4, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, January 30, 1948.
1948s.8.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 5, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 3, 1948.
1948s.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, University of Bristol, England, February 5, 1948.
1948s.10.
Manuscript Notes: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 6, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 6, 1948.
1948s.11.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 7, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 10, 1948.
1948s.12.
Correspondence: Ratio of Valence Electrons to the Atoms in Intermetallic Compounds, Oxford University Physical Society, England, February 10, 1948.
1948s.13.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 8, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 13, 1948.
1948s.14.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 9, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 17, 1948.
1948s.15.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 10, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 20, 1948.
1948s.16.
Correspondence: Valence Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Lecture at Harwell, Oxford University, England, February 23, 1948.
1948s.17.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 11, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, February 24, 1948.
1948s.18.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Radcliffe Infirmary, Division of Medicine and Laboratories, Oxford, England, February 25, 1948.
1948s.19.
Correspondence, Reprint: The Nature of Forces between Large Molecules of Biological Interest, The Royal Institute, London, England, February 27, 1948.
1948s.20.
Correspondence: The Origin of Life, The Leonardo Society, Oxford, England, March 2, 1948.
1948s.21.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 12, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, March 2, 1948.
1948s.22.
Manuscript: First Lecture, University College, London, England, March 4, 1948.
1948s.23.
Manuscript: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- A Postulatory System of Structural Chemistry, Lecture 13, Balliol College, Oxford University, England, March 5, 1948.
1948s.24.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: chemical bonding in intermetallic compounds] Oxford and University of London Lectures, England, March 13, 1948.
1948s.25.
Correspondence: The Valency of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Liverpool, England, March 16, 1948.
1948s.26.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Third Party Movement in the United States, The English Speaking Union, Oxford University, England, March 19, 1948.
1948s.27.
Correspondence, Background Material: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Conference on Isotopic Exchange and Molecular Structure, Societe de Chimie Biologique et l'Societe de Chimie Physique, Paris, France, April 7, 1948.
1948s.28.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Nature of the Chemical Bonds in Metals and Inter-Metallic Compounds, Paris, France, April 8, 1948.
1948s.29.
Typescript, Correspondence, Poster: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, St. Andrews University Chemical Society, Scotland, April 21, 1948.
1948s.30.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, The Bedson Club, King's College, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, April 23, 1948.
1948s.31.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Yarm-on-Tees, England, April 24, 1948.
1948s.32.
Manuscript: Intermolecular Forces and Biological Specificity, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 1, England, April 27, 1948.
1948s.33.
Correspondence: The Nature of the Chemical Bond, The Chemistry of the Transition Elements, and The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Scott Lectureship, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University, England, April 28, May 5 and May 12, 1948.
1948s.34.
Manuscript: Interaction of Two 3-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillators -- to Get a Better Understanding of London's Theory, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 2, England, April 30, 1948.
1948s.35.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, University of Leeds, England, May 3, 1948.
1948s.36.
Manuscript: Interaction of Two Harmonic Oscillators, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 3, England, May 4, 1948.
1948s.37.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Imperial College Chemical Society, London, England, May 10, 1948.
1948s.38.
Manuscript: No Title, ["derivation of Clausius-Mossotti equation"] Oxford Lectures, Lecture 4, England, May 11, 1948.
1948s.39.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Department of Chemistry, University of Manchester, England, May 15, 1948.
1948s.40.
Correspondence: No Title, Toast before the Alembic Club, Balliol College, Oxford, England, May 15, 1948.
1948s.41.
Manuscript: The Hydrogen Bond, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 5, England, May 18, 1948.
1948s.42.
Correspondence: The Structure of Minerals, Lyell Lectureship, The Lankester Society of Exeter College, Oxford, England, May 19, 1948.
1948s.43.
Manuscript: Interaction of Charges, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 6, England, May 21, 1948.
1948s.44.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, England, May 24, 1948.
1948s.45.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, British Postgraduate School, England, May 26, 1948.
1948s.46.
Correspondence, Flyer: Intermolecular Forces and Biological Specificity, University College, Southampton, England, May 27, 1948.
1948s.47.
Correspondence, Flyer: Molecular Architecture and the Processes of Life, The Sir Jesse Boot Lectureship, University College, Nottingham, England, May 28, 1948.
1948s.48.
Correspondence: No Title, regarding the text of a discussion following Pauling's talk before the Faculté des sciences de Paris, France, May 29, 1948.
1948s.49.
Correspondence: No Title, Proposal of Vote of Thanks to the Boyle Lecturer, June 1, 1948.
1948s.50.
Manuscript: Theory of Serological Precipitation, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 8, England, June 1, 1948.
1948s.51.
Correspondence: The Valency of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Liversidge Lectureship, Cambridge University, England, June 3, 1948.
1948s.52.
Manuscript: Discussion of Hapten Inhibition, Oxford Lectures, Lecture 9, England, June 4, 1948.
1948s.53.
Manuscript: New Ideas About Inorganic Complexes, Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society, No Location, October 1, 1948.

1949s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1949.
1949s.1.
Correspondence: Experiments on the Formation of Antibodies, Rockefeller Institute, New York, March 13, 1949.
1949s.2.
Journal Article: Valence in Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, American Chemical Society, North Jersey Section, Elizabeth, New Jersey, March 14, 1949.
1949s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: New Ideas in Inorganic Chemistry, Edgar Fahs Smith Memorial Address, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1949.
1949s.4.
Manuscript: The Teaching of General Chemistry, Luncheon of the Division of Chemistry Education of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, California, March 30, 1949.
1949s.5.
Manuscript: Chemistry in War and Peace, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California, April 1, 1949.
1949s.6.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease, National Academy of Sciences, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1949.
[Pauling did not attend]
1949s.7.
Correspondence, Program: Academic Freedom and Academic Responsibility, An Institute on Academic Freedom to Revive the American Ideal, American Civil Liberties Union, May 7, 1949.
1949s.8.
Manuscript, Typescripts: No Title, ["I like to talk about atoms..."] radio talk, Los Angeles, California, May 1949.
1949s.9.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Newsletter: Should Communist Party Membership be Grounds for Dismissal from a College Faculty?, debate with George C. S. Benson, Town Hall, Los Angeles, California, June 13, 1949.
1949s.10.
Manuscript Notes: New Structural Concepts in Inorganic Chemistry, dedication of chemistry building, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, June 17, 1949.
1949s.11.
Typescript: Man -- An Irrational Animal, Western Continental Congress for Peace, Mexico City, September 5, 1949.
1949s.12.
Manuscript, Typescript, Offprint, Correspondence: Address by United States Delegate, Linus Pauling, Mexico City, September 5, 1949.
1949s.13.
Correspondence: The Molecular Structural Basis of Physiological Activity, Detroit Institute of Cancer Research, Detroit, Michigan, September 12, 1949.
1949s.14.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Chemistry and the World of Today, Presidential Address to the American Chemical Society, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 19, 1949.
1949s.15.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Universal Oil Products, Co., Chicago, Illinois, September 26, 1949.
1949s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Background Material: The Scientist as Citizen, Friday Evening Forum, First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, October 7, 1949.
1949s.17.
Correspondence: The Atomic Bomb and International Relations from the Scientist's Point of View, National Lawyers Guild, Los Angeles Chapter, California, October 18, 1949.
1949s.18.
Correspondence: Research in the Field of Medicine, Methodist Hospital of Southern California, Los Angeles, September 21, 1949.
1949s.19.
Correspondence: No Title, Urologic Postgraduate Convention, Los Angeles, California, November 14, 1949.
1949s.20.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Future of the Profession of Chemistry, First Annual Dinner of the Chemistry Professionals, Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, Ohio, November 29, 1949.
1949s.21.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds and The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, East Tennessee Section of the American Chemical Society, Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Knoxville, November 30 - December 1, 1949.
1949s.22.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, meeting of the American Chemical Society, Connecticut Valley Section, December 5, 1949.
1949s.23.
Abstract, Correspondence, Flyer: Recent Developments in the Field of Complex Ions, meeting of Phi Lambda Upsilon, New York University, New York, December 6, 1949.
1949s.24.
Abstract, Correspondence, Flyer: Structural Chemistry in Relation to Biology and Medicine, Bicentennial Science Lectures, City College Chemistry Alumni Association, New York, December 7, 1949.
1949s.25.
Correspondence: The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Chemical Society of Washington, Washington, D.C., December 8, 1949.
1949s.26.
Correspondence: New Ideas about the Chemistry of Metals, meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York Section, New York, December 9, 1949.
1949s.27.
Correspondence, Notes: No Title, [introductory remarks] Lamb Testimonial, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., December 10, 1949.
1949s.28.
Correspondence: The Structure of Metals and the Nature of the Metallic Bond and New Ideas on Inorganic Complexes, Shell Development Company, San Francisco, California, December 15-16, 1949.

1950s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1950.
1950s.1.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: chemistry and medical research at California Institute of Technology] Pasadena University Club, California, January 12, 1950.
1950s.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: The Place of Chemistry in Medical Research, University of New Brunswick, Fredricton, New Brunswick, Canada, February 7, 1950.
1950s.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary: The H-Bomb or Peace, National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, New York, February 13, 1950.
1950s.4.
Correspondence: Atomic Energy and World Peace, Crescenta-Canada Democratic Club, La Crescenta, California, February 17, 1950.
1950s.5.
Correspondence: What Should be Put into Freshman Chemistry, meeting of the Pacific Southwest Association of Chemistry Teachers, Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles, California, February 18, 1950.
1950s.6.
Manuscript, Typescript: Television Speech, [re: atomic and hydrogen bombs & nuclear war] KTTV, Los Angeles, California, February 21, 1950.
1950s.7.
Flyer: Modern Views of the Structure of Atoms and Molecules, Santa Barbara, California, March 3, 1950.
1950s.8.
Correspondence: Molecular Concepts of Serological Phenomena, meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Pasadena, California, March 6, 1950.
1950s.9.
Correspondence: Contributions of Chemistry to Medicine, Orange County Medical Society, Anaheim, California, March 7, 1950.
1950s.10.
Correspondence, Program: Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease, Postgraduate Assembly of the College of Medical Evangelists, Los Angeles, California, March 12, 1950.
1950s.11.
Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Phi Delta Epsilon lecture, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, March 24, 1950.
1950s.12.
Manuscript Notes, Flyer: The Hydrogen Bomb and World Peace, Pasadena, California, May 18, 1950.
1950s.13.
Manuscript: Enzymes, Associates Day Address, No Location, May 20, 1950.
1950s.14.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Flyer, Background Material: Atomic Energy and World Peace, Third Baptist Church, San Francisco, California, May 21, 1950.
1950s.15.
Correspondence, Program: The Place of Chemistry in Medical Research, Twenty-Seventh Annual Joint Meeting of Sigma Xi and Phi Beta Kappa, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, May 22, 1950.
1950s.16.
Correspondence: No Title, speech given at dedication of a new research hospital, University of Chicago, Illinois, June 15, 1950.
1950s.17.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: correlations between the physical sciences] San Diego State College, San Diego, California, July 5, 1950.
1950s.18.
Correspondence: No Title, Independent Progressive Party meeting on "Atomic War vs. Atomic Peace", San Pedro, California, July 7, 1950.
1950s.19.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Exam, Notes, Background Material: Lectures on Molecular Structure, in conjunction with a class taught by LP, Humble Oil Co., Baytown, Texas, August 21 - September 1, 1950.
1950s.20.
Abstract, Correspondence: Principles Determining the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, September 6, 1950.
1950s.21.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Notes: The Significance of Science in the Modern World, Annual Conference on the Direction and Improvement of Instruction and on Child Welfare, San Diego, California, October 8, 1950.
1950s.22.
Correspondence, Program: Molecular Medicine, Regional Meeting of the American College of Physicians, Southern California Section, Los Angeles, California, October 14, 1950.
1950s.23.
Correspondence: Interaction Between Protein Molecules, seminar program of the Technical Command of the Chemical Corps, U.S. Army Chemical Center, Maryland, October 25, 1950.
1950s.24.
Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary: Valence in Metals and Intermetallic Compounds and The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, tour of eastern sections of the Chemical Institute of Canada, Ottawa, Deep River, Kingston, Wellington-Waterloo, Sarnia, Hamilton and Toronto, Canada, October 30 - November 6, 1950.
1950s.25.
Correspondence, Flyer, Background Material: Valence of Metals and the Nature of Intermetallic Compounds, lecture series on Inorganic Chemistry at the Half Century, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, November 7, 1950.
1950s.26.
Correspondence, Background Material: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, November 9, 1950.
1950s.27.
Program: No Title, Luncheon for Teachers Address, Students Day, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, December 2, 1950.
1950s.28.
Correspondence: Structural Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, Fiftieth Anniversary of the American Chemical Society - University of Michigan chapter, Ann Arbor, Michigan, December 8, 1950.

1951s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1951.
1951s.1.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, address delivered to the Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society, Long Beach, [?] California, January 5, 1951.
1951s.2.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Society of Sigma Xi, Davis Chapter, University of California, Davis, January 11, 1951.
1951s.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Reprint: The Structure of Proteins, Phi Lambda Upsilon lectures, [series of three lectures] Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, February 6-8, 1951.
1951s.4.
Correspondence: The Structure of Intermetallic Compounds, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, February 7, 1951.
1951s.5.
Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies, Hemoglobin, and Other Proteins and The Valence of Metals and the Nature of Intermetallic Compounds, University of Minnesota and the American Chemical Society, Minnesota Section, April 12, 1951.
1951s.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Structure of Hemoglobin, American Chemical Society, University of Illinois section, Champaign, Illinois, April 13, 1951.
1951s.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Structure of Proteins, Frontiers in Chemistry lecture series, Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan, April 16, 1951.
1951s.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Molecular Structure of Proteins and its Significance in Biology and Medicine, American Chemical Society, Detroit, Michigan, April 17, 1951.
1951s.9.
Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Hemoglobin Molecule in Health and Disease, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 1951.
1951s.10.
Correspondence: Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, meeting of the West Virginia Academy of Science, Marshall College, Huntington, West Virginia, April 27, 1951.
1951s.11.
Correspondence: Molecular Structure and Medical Research, dedication of the Research Building of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, May 16, 1951.
1951s.12.
Abstract, Background Material: No Title, [re: approach to teaching general chemistry] Conference on the Teaching of General Chemistry, Oklahoma A & M College, Stillwater, Oklahoma, June 13-22, 1951.
1951s.13.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, seminar talk, Riker Laboratories, Los Angeles, California, July 23, 1951.
1951s.14.
Manuscript, Offprint: Science in the Modern World, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, California, August 12, 1951.
1951s.15.
Abstracts, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Configuration of Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, Diamond Jubilee Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York, September 4, 1951. The Structure of Hemoglobin and Interatomic Distances in Molecules Showing Multiple-Bond Resonance, Diamond Jubilee Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York, September 6, 1951.
1951s.16.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Configuration of Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, International Conference on Chemistry of Proteins and on Natural and Synthetic High Polymers, Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 21-22, 1951.
1951s.17.
Correspondence, Flyer: Molecular Medicine, meeting of the San Diego County Medical Society, San Diego, California, October 9, 1951.
1951s.18.
Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: atomic energy, science education, and the use of force] Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, October 17, 1951.
1951s.19.
Typescript, Introduction, Program, Correspondence, Press Release: The Future of Structural Chemistry, acceptance speech, Gilbert Newton Lewis Medal, California Section of the American Chemical Society, Berkeley, California, November 27, 1951.

1952s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952.
1952s.1.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Gorgonio section, Chaffey College, Ontario, California, January 11, 1952.
1952s.2.
Correspondence: Recent Work on Proteins, Including Blood and Blood Substitutes, Ventura County Science Teacher Institute, Ventura, California, January 17, 1952.
1952s.3.
Correspondence: The Structure of Hemoglobin, meeting of Sigma Xi, University of Oregon Medical School section, Portland, Oregon, February 11, 1952.
1952s.4.
Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Fortieth Anniversary Lectures, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, February 12, 1952.
1952s.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Place of Science in the Modern World, Metals and Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, the Canadian Club, and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, February 14-16, 1952.
1952s.6.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: The Structure of Proteins, O. M. Stewart Lecture, Department of Physics, University of Missouri, Columbia, April 16, 1952.
1952s.7.
Correspondence, Flyer: Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, April 17, 1952.
1952s.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Biological Specificity and Molecular Structure of Proteins, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, May 28-29, 1952.
1952s.9.
Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, opening remarks, International Congress of Biochemistry, Paris, France, July 22, 1952.
1952s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Forces Operating between Polypeptide Chains, discussion of the Faraday Society on the Physical Chemistry of the Proteins, Cambridge University, England, August 6-8, 1952.
1952s.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, [re: the reactivity of free radicals] discussion of the Faraday Society, University of Toronto, Canada, September 8-9, 1952.
1952s.12.
Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: why scientists must enter politics] Talk to Typographers Union, Los Angeles, California, October 27, 1952.
1952s.13.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Structure of Proteins, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, December 10, 1952.
1952s.14.
Manuscript, Invitation: No Title, [re: praise for Dr. Lippman] Farewell Dinner for Richard Lippman, Los Angeles, California, December 17, 1952.

1953s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953.
1953s.1.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Place of Science in An Ideal World, First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, February 22, 1953.
1953s.2.
Correspondence, Program: The Structure of Proteins and Nucleic Acids, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1953.
1953s.3.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: research on the structure of molecules] California Institute of Technology Management Club, Pasadena, March 10, 1953.
1953s.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Configuration of Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, Institut International de Chimie Solvay, Ninth Triennial Conference, Brussels, Belgium, April 8-14, 1953.
1953s.5.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Structure of Proteins and Nucleic Acids, [series of three lectures] Treat B. Johnson Visiting Lectureship, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, April 16-22, 1953.
1953s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Foster Lecture Series, University of Buffalo, New York, April 30, May 1, 4, 5, 1953.
[Five lectures: The Chemical Bond and the Structure of Inorganic Complexes; The Valence of Metals and the Nature of Intermetallic Compounds; The Structure of Proteins and Nucleic Acids; The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions; The Hemoglobin Molecule in Health and Disease]
1953s.7.
Program, Background Material: Early History of Protein Structure; Structure of Nucleic Acids; Present State of the Problem of the Structure of Proteins, Conference on the Structure of Proteins, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 11-12, 1953.
1953s.8.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence: Recent Advances in Knowledge about the Structure of Proteins, Golden Jubilee Meeting of the American Leather Chemists Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 7, 1953.
1953s.9.
Typescript: The Scientific Outlook on Life, Class Day Address, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, June 11, 1953.
1953s.10.
Typescript, Program: Die Konfiguration von polypeptid - Ketten in proteinen, American-German Protein Symposium, Tübingen, West Germany, July 8-9, 1953.
1953s.11.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Invitation: Proteinstruktur und die Natur serologischer Reaktionen, Chemical Institute of the University of Kiel, West Germany, July 22, 1953.
1953s.12.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Programs, Notes, Ancillary Material: The Stochastic Method and the Structure of Proteins, Address at Opening Ceremony of International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Stockholm, Sweden, July 29, 1953.
1953s.13.
Correspondence, Program: The Electroneutrality Principle in Relation to the Structure of Complexes, Symposium on Coordination Chemistry, Danish Chemical Society, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, August 10, 1953.
1953s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Science and Medicine in Europe Today, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, October 21, 1953.
1953s.15.
Correspondence, Program: The Structure of Proteins and Haemoglobin in Health and Disease, Memorial Observances of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Rehovot, Israel, November 4-5, 1953.
1953s.16.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Molecular Medicine and The Structure of Proteins, Phi Beta Kappa Lecture Series, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania, November 9-10, 1953.
1953s.17.
Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, November 11, 1953.

1954s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1954.
1954s.1.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Science as a Cultural Subject and Molecular Medicine, Centennial Celebration Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, March 16-18, 1954.
1954s.2.
Notes, Itinerary: Credo, vespers talk, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, March 21, 1954.
1954s.3.
Program: The Molecular Structure of Matter and the Constructive Use of Atomic Power, "Cooperation for the Common Good" - Second Pacific Coast Conference of the Secondary Education Boards in association with California Association of Independent Schools, Los Angeles, California, April 2, 1954.
1954s.4.
Program: Molecular Diseases, Seventeenth Annual Alumni Seminar, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 3, 1954.
1954s.5.
Program: The Resonating Valence-bond Theory of Metals and Some Applications and A New Theory of Ferromagnetism, Conference on The Structure of Metals and Alloys, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 8-9, 1954.
1954s.6.
Typescripts: The World Problem and the Hydrogen Bomb, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, California, April 15, 1954.
1954s.7.
Correspondence: Social Significance of Science, South Pasadena Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, April 16, 1954.
1954s.8.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, American Chemical Society, Delaware section, Wilmington, Delaware, April 20, 1954.
1954s.9.
Manuscript Notes, Figures, Correspondence: No Title, [re: hemoglobin and anemia; published as "Abnormality of hemoglobin molecules in hereditary hemolytic anemias"] Harvey Lecture, New York Academy of Medicine, New York, April 29, 1954.
1954s.10.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Science as a Cultural Subject, Commencement Address, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, June 13, 1954.
1954s.11.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Press Release: The Significance of Molecular Structure to Biology, Leroy Egerton Westman Memorial Lecture, 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition of The Chemical Institute of Canada, Toronto, June 21, 1954.
1954s.12.
Correspondence, Notes, Program: Duplication of Molecules, Annual Symposium of the Society for the Study of Growth and Human Development, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 25, 1954.
1954s.13.
Correspondence: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules and their Relation to Disease, summer lecture series, San Diego State College, San Diego, California, July 21, 1954.
1954s.14.
Correspondence: No Title, [seminar on abnormal hemoglobin molecules in relation to sickle-cell anemia and similar diseases] The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan, September 7, 1954.
1954s.15.
Correspondence: No Title, [lecture on molecular structure and similar aspects of modern science in relation to the teaching of chemistry to students of engineering] conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, September 9, 1954.
1954s.16.
Correspondence: The Abnormal Hemoglobins in Relation to Disease, seminar talk, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, November 3, 1954.
1954s.17.
Abstract, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Structure of Normal and Abnormal Molecules of Hemoglobin, meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York section, November 5, 1954.
1954s.18.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, The Scientific Research Society of America, Franklin Institute Branch, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 9, 1954.
1954s.19.
Outline, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Structure and Biological Properties of Molecules, Vanuxem Lectures, [Four lectures: Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Sickle-Cell Anemia and Other Diseases; The Structure and Properties of Antibodies; Molecular Structure and Intermolecular Forces; Structural Complementariness and Duplication of Molecules] Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, November 15-18, 1954.
1954s.20.
Typescript: Response by Linus Pauling, as spokesman for all Nobel Laureates, to the university students of Sweden, holding a torchlight procession in the Blue Room of the City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden, December 10, 1954.
1954s.21.
Typescript, Correspondence: Modern Structural Chemistry, Nobel Chemistry Lecture, Stockholm, Sweden, December 11, 1954.

1955s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1955.
1955s.1.
Program: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Conference on Chemical Reaction Mechanisms, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 17, 1955.
1955s.2.
Program: The Molecular Structure of Biological Materials, lecture tour on "Modern Chemistry for the Engineer and Scientist", sponsored by University Extension, University of California, lecture delivered in Los Angeles, Corona, Berkeley and Sacramento, California, March 28 - April 1, 1955.
1955s.3.
Abstract, Correspondenc, Programe: Hemoglobin, Symposium on the Problems of Mountain Altitudes, University of California, Berkeley, April 1, 1955.
1955s.4.
Correspondence, Program: The Structure of Fibrous Proteins, Centenary of the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York, April 11, 1955.
1955s.5.
Manuscript, Correspondence: Lecture Series entitled Molecular Structure and Biological Activity, [individual lectures entitled Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease; The Structure of Antibodies; Structural Complementariness and Biological Specificity; The Duplication of Molecules] The Prather Lectures, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 18-26, 1955.
1955s.6.
Correspondence, Program: Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, dedication of Cleveland Hall and the Chemistry Laboratories, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, April 23, 1955.
1955s.7.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, meeting of the Society of the Sigma Xi, Bryn Mawr chapter, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, April 28, 1955.
1955s.8.
Correspondence: Modern Structural Chemistry, meeting of the Society of the Sigma Xi, New York University chapter, New York, April 29, 1955.
1955s.9.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: The Hemoglobin Molecule in Health and Disease; The Structure of Proteins; Technology and Democracy, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, May 3-6, 1955.
1955s.10.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Albert Einstein, American Civil Liberties Union, Los Angeles, California, May 12, 1955.
1955s.11.
Correspondence: Structure and Properties of Proteins, American Urological Association, Los Angeles, California, May 17, 1955.
1955s.12.
Background Material: No Title, Annual Meeting of the Museum Association, Los Angeles County Museum, California, May 24, 1955.
[A display of LP's medals, diplomas and awards was constructed for the event]
1955s.13.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program: Freedom of Human Beings, Citizens Committee to Preserve American Freedoms, Hollywood, California, June 4, 1955.
1955s.14.
Correspondence, Flyer, Program: No Title, [re: opening remarks for conference] 6th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Chemistry, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, June 15, 1955.
1955s.15.
Correspondence, Program, Invitation: The Development of Modern Structural Chemistry, dedication of the Richard Benbridge Wetherill Laboratory of Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, June 17, 1955.
1955s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Press Release, Background Material: The Genesis of Ideas, American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, June 21, 1955.
[Contains Typescript: About Three Talks on Ideas, by Olga V. Dubosclard]
1955s.17.
Typescript, Program: No Title, [re: admiration for Southland Jewish Organization, right to travel, need to abolish war] 12th Annual Donor Dinner and Installation Program of the Southland Jewish Organization, Los Angeles, California, June 26, 1955.
1955s.18.
Notes, Correspondence: No Title, [re: crystallography at California Institute of Technology.] talk given at an American Crystallographic Association meeting, Arcadia, California, June 30, 1955.
1955s.19.
Correspondence: No Title, installation address, Aerojet RESA club, Los Angeles, California, July 13, 1955.
1955s.20.
Correspondence: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, American Chemical Society, California Section, Berkeley, California, August 8, 1955.
1955s.21.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: A New World Through Modern Chemistry, Los Feliz Summer Forum, Los Angeles, California, August 24, 1955.
1955s.22.
Correspondence: The Electronic Structure of Metals and Alloys, Symposium on the Theory of Metal Alloys, American Society for Metals, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 15, 1955.
1955s.23.
Correspondence: The Abnormal Hemoglobins in Relation to Hemolytic Anemia, Los Angeles County Medical Society, October 26, 1955.
1955s.24.
Manuscript, Correspondence: Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity, Office of Naval Research, Washington, D.C., October 28, 1955.
[LP helped organize this symposium]
1955s.25.
Typescript, Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Reprint: The Future of Enzyme Research, Fourth Edsel B. Ford Lecture, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, November 1, 1955.
1955s.26.
Correspondence: The Genesis of Ideas, the Channing Club, Pomona College, Claremont, California, November 1955.
1955s.27.
Manuscript Notes: Difference Between People, Caltech Management Club, Pasadena, California, December 13, 1955.
1955s.28.
Reprint: The Configuration of Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, lecture delivered for the University of California Engineering Extension Series "Modern Chemistry for the Engineer and Scientist", University of California at Los Angeles, 1955.
[Published in Robertson, ed. Modern Chemistry for the Engineer and Scientist, McGraw-Hill, 1957]

1956s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1956.
1956s.1.
Correspondence: No Title, appearance on "Youth Wants to Know", NBC television, January 1, 1956.
[also response to comments made concerning science and religion]
1956s.2.
Manuscript Notes: Individualism Today, Dan Lundberg Show, KCOP, Los Angeles, California, January 29, 1956.
1956s.3.
Correspondence: Metallic Valence and the Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds; The Structure of Proteins; A Theory of Ferromagnetism, University of California, Berkeley, January - February 1956.
1956s.4.
Program: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Hereditary Anemia, Margaret Beattie Lecture, Council of American Bioanalysts and California Association of Clinical Laboratories, San Francisco, California, February 4, 1956.
1956s.5.
Manuscript Notes: Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity, Berkeley, California, February 15, 1956.
1956s.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Development of American Science and Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, American Heritage Week, Humboldt State College, Arcata, California, February 17, 1956.
1956s.7.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: structure of proteins] Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 23, 1956.
1956s.8.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, The Chemical Institute of Canada, Vancouver Section, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 24, 1956.
1956s.9.
Correspondence: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Merck Lecture, University of Manitoba, Department of Biochemistry, Winnipeg, Canada, March 29, 1956.
1956s.10.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: structural chemistry of proteins] Reed College, Portland, Oregon, March 1956.
1956s.11.
Correspondence, Flyer: George A. Miller Lectureship, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, April 1 - May 3, 1956.
[Eight lectures: The Structure of Proteins; The Structure of Proteins Part II; The Valence of Metals and the Structure of Intermetallic Compounds; Substances Containing Metal-Metal Bonds, Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease; The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions; Intermolecular Forces; Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity]
1956s.12.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, The Coover Lecture, The Ames Section of the American Chemical Society, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, April 2, 1956.
1956s.13.
Correspondence: The Structure of Proteins, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, Chemistry Colloquium, April 3, 1956.
1956s.14.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Young Men's Christian Association, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, April 6, 1956.
1956s.15.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: faculty guest night talk] Delta Upsilon, University of Illinois Chapter, Champaign, Illinois, April 10, 1956.
1956s.16.
Correspondence, Program: The Nature of Molecular Diseases, American College of Physicians, Thirty-Seventh Annual Session, Los Angeles, California, April 18, 1956.
1956s.17.
Manuscript, Correspondence: Science and Freedom, Yale Law Forum, New Haven, Connecticut, April 23, 1956.
1956s.18.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: ferromagnetism and the structure of metals] The Texas Company, Texaco, Beacon, New York, April 24, 1956.
1956s.19.
Correspondence: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 26, 1956.
1956s.20.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Molecular Basis of Genetics, American Psychiatric Association Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, May 2, 1956.
1956s.21.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Recent Progress in Genetics and its Implications for Psychiatric Theory, American Psychiatric Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 3, 1956.
1956s.22.
Correspondence, Poster: The Structure of Proteins, Annual E. C. Franklin Memorial Lecture, Alpha Rho Chapter of Phi Lambda Upsilon, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, May 7, 1956.
1956s.23.
Correspondence: New Structures for the Borate Minerals, Caltech Geology Club, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 16, 1956.
1956s.24.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Phi Beta Kappa, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, May 18, 1956.
1956s.25.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Amedeo Avogadro, Rome, Italy, June 6, 1956.
1956s.26.
Typescript: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Rome, Italy, 1956.
1956s.27.
Typescripts: The Structure of Proteins, Italian Chemical Society, Italy, 1956.
[Versions in English, Italian and French]
1956s.28.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, [re: Moderating Session IV: Nucleic Acids -- Chemical Composition and Structure] at the Symposium on the Chemical Basis of Heredity, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, June 19-21, 1956.
1956s.29.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Impact of Science on World Affairs, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, September 19, 1956.
1956s.30.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Structure of Proteins, The Molecular Basis of Genetics, Mead-Swing Lectures, Oberlin, Ohio, October 16-18, 1956.
1956s.31.
Correspondence: Molecular Abnormality in Relation to Disease, Southern California Psychiatric Society, Los Angeles, October 20, 1956.
1956s.32.
Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn, New York, October 30, 1956.
1956s.33.
Correspondence: Molecular Structure and Life, Meade Swing Lectureship, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, October 1956.
1956s.34.
Correspondence, Poster: Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Northwest United States Section of the American Chemical Society, Pullman, Washington, November 5, 1956; The Social Significance of Science, Northwest United States Section of the American Chemical Society, Richland, Washington, November 5, 1956; The Structure of Proteins. Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Northwest United States Section of the American Chemical Society, Salem, Oregon, November 10, 1956.
1956s.35.
Correspondence: Physical Characteristics of the Hemoglobin Molecule in Normal and Certain Anaemic States, Veterans Administration Hospital, San Fernando, California, November 27, 1956.
1956s.36.
Program, Flyer, Audience Questions: The Truth About Radiation Damage! Unitarian Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, November 30, 1956.
1956s.37.
Correspondence, Program: Science and the World of Today, Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the All Souls' Church, Riverside, California, December 2, 1956.
1956s.38.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: molecular medicine] Webb School, Claremont, California, December 2, 1956.

1957s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1957.
1957s.1.
Correspondence: Chemistry in Medicine, Southern California Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Alhambra, California, January 15, 1957.
1957s.2.
Typescript, Program, Itinerary: The H-Bomb and the Missile-Point of No Return?, Community Action for Peace Seminar, Pasadena, California, January 19, 1957.
1957s.3.
Correspondence: Molecular Disease, Harbor General Hospital, Los Angeles, California, January 25, 1957.
1957s.4.
Correspondence, Program: Immunology of Allergy, Panel Discussion, American Academy of Allergy, 13th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, February 3, 1957.
1957s.5.
Correspondence, Program: The Concept of Molecular Disease, meeting of the California State Psychological Association, March 31, 1957.
1957s.6.
Correspondence: The Structure of Water and of Aqueous Solutions, Children's Hospital Society of Los Angeles, California, March 5, 1957.
1957s.7.
Flyer: No Title, An Evening with Linus and Ava Pauling, American Friends Service Committee, Chicago, Illinois, March 17, 1957.
1957s.8.
Correspondence: What is Atomic Energy?, Westside, Beverly Hills, California, March 27, 1957.
1957s.9.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, [re: medical and biochemical research] Panel Discussion on Significant Research in the Field of Mental Retardation, Spring Meeting of the American Association on Mental Deficiency, Los Angeles, California, March 30, 1957.
1957s.10.
Correspondence, Program: Atomic Realities - The Naked Power, Santa Barbara Institute of World Affairs, Santa Barbara, California, April 5, 1957.
1957s.11.
Manuscript: The Theory of Valence and the Structure of Atoms, Lecture 1, NSF Film Series, No Location, April 10, 1957.
1957s.12.
Manuscript: The Theory of Valence and the Structure of Atoms, Lecture 2, NSF Film Series, No Location, April 11, 1957.
1957s.13.
Manuscript: The Theory of Valence and the Structure of Atoms, Lecture 3, NSF Film Series, No Location, April 12, 1957.
1957s.14.
Program, Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Winter Night Club, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 23, 1957.
1957s.15.
Correspondence: The Relation of Molecules to Medicine and The Structure of Proteins, James J. Waring Lectureship, Nu Sigma Nu Medical Fraternity, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 25, 1957.
1957s.16.
Correspondence: Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Chicago Section of the American Chemical Society, Illinois, April 29, 1957.
1957s.17.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Nature of Molecular Disease, Fourth National Institute of Health Lecture, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1957.
1957s.18.
Correspondence: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease and Structure of Proteins, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2-3, 1957.
1957s.19.
Typescript, Correspondence, Programs, Itinerary: Science and the Modern World, Elliot Honors Day Assembly, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, May 15, 1957; Molecular Medicine, lecture to Sigma Xi and Phi Beta Kappa, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, May 15, 1957.
1957s.20.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions; Abnormal Human Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease; Molecular Medicine, Visiting Distinguished Scientist, The Faculty Journal Club, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, May 16-17, 1957.
1957s.21.
Correspondence: Molecular Medicine, Physicians Group, American Friends of Hebrew University, Beverly Hills, California, May 29, 1957.
1957s.22.
Typescript, Photographs: Nuclear Test Radiation Hazards, TV Script, Medical Horizons, Pasadena, California, June 2, 1957.
1957s.23.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Invitation: Les Molécules Anormales d'Hémoglobine et les Maladies Correspondantes and La Structure des Protéines, Université de Toulouse, Anatole, France, June 21-22, 1957.
1957s.24.
Correspondence, Itinerary: La Structure des Protéines and Les Molécules Anormales d'Hémoglobine et les Maladies Correspondantes, Université de Montpellier, France, June 25-26, 1957.
1957s.25.
Correspondence: Polypeptide Chains in Proteins, Conference on Recent Advances in Gelatin and Glue Research, University of Cambridge, England, July 1, 1957.
1957s.26.
Manuscript Notes: La Guerre Nucléaire, University of Strasbourgh, France, July 12, 1957.
1957s.27.
Correspondence, Program, Notes: Factors Affecting the Structure of Hemoglobins and Other Proteins, Colloque sur la Structure des Protéines, Paris, France, July 25, 1957.
1957s.28.
Correspondence, Program, Notes: The Structure of Water, International Symposium on Hydrogen Bonding, Union of the Chemical Societies of Yugoslavia, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, July 29, 1957.

1957s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1957.
1957s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: The Nature of the Forces Operating in the Process of the Duplication of Molecules in Living Organisms, International Symposium on the Origin of Life, Moscow, USSR, August 22, 1957.
1957s2.2.
Manuscript: Völkerrecht und Weltgewissen, Grotius Day Address, Munich, West Germany, August 28, 1957.
1957s2.3.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence: The Atom and the World, Oslo, Norway, August 30, 1957.
1957s2.4.
Transcript, Correspondence, Flyer: Health Hazards of Radiation, Panel Forum, [George Beadle, moderator; John H. Lawrence, Linus Pauling, Curt Stern, Robert R. Newell, Wright H. Langham and Sherman Naymark, panelists] American Cancer Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October 3, 1957.
1957s2.5.
Manuscript: Radiation, American Cancer Society, San Francisco, California, October 4, 1957.
1957s2.6.
Correspondence, Notes: Molecules in Relation to Disease, The Structure of Proteins and Science in the Modern World, Bryan Priestman Memorial Lecture Series, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, October 21-23, 1957.
1957s2.7.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, October 25, 1957.
1957s2.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, [re: series of lectures on Interatomic and Intermolecular Forces] Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania, October 26 - November 2, 1957.
1957s2.9.
Typescripts: The Atom and War, Van Nuys, California, November 3, 1957.
1957s2.10.
Typescript, Correspondence, Flyer, Press Release: The Danger of Nuclear War and the Need for a Crash Program for Peace, Livermore, California, November 24, 1957.
1957s2.11.
Manuscript Notes, Program: No Title, Banquet Speech, 40th Anniversary of the First American Papers in X-Ray Crystallography, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, December 16, 1957.
1957s2.12.
Flyer, Itinerary: Aldrig Mera Krig, Göteborg, Sweden, December 20, 1957.

1958s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1958.
1958s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Reprint, Correspondence, Notes, Seating List: Let Us Reason Together, with Mike Wallace, The American Nobel Anniversary Forum and Dinner, New York, January 11, 1958.
1958s.2.
Correspondence: Large Molecular Structure, La Habra Laboratory, La Habra, California, February 11, 1958.
1958s.3.
Transcript, Notes, Background Material: Fallout and Disarmament: A Debate Between Linus Pauling and Edward Teller, KQED television, San Francisco, California, February 20, 1958.
1958s.4.
Correspondence, Program: The Dilemma of Modern Man, Pacific Coast Unitarian Council, San Jose, California, February 21, 1958.
1958s.5.
Correspondence, Background Material: The Structure of Proteins, Sigma Xi lecture, University of California, Riverside, March 6, 1958.
1958s.6.
Correspondence: A Theory of Restricted Rotation about the Carbon-Carbon Single Bond, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, March 7, 1958.
1958s.7.
Correspondence, Program, Notes: The Freshman as an Independent Thinker, "What Can We Expect from Our High Schools?" Western College Association, University of California, Santa Barbara, March 13, 1958.
1958s.8.
Program: Agreements to Prevent War -- A Compelling Necessity, Pre-Medical Student Association, University of California, Los Angeles, March 18, 1958.
1958s.9.
Manuscript: No Title, Press Conference, [re: international agreement to cease nuclear testing] Washington D.C., April 4, 1958.
1958s.10.
Typescript: Biological Effects of Fallout, Second Pugwash Conference -- "The Dangers of the Present Situation, and Ways and Means of Diminishing Them", Lac Beauport, Canada, April 7, 1958.
1958s.11.
Correspondence: The Relation of Chemistry Upon Biology, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Southern California Section, Los Angeles, California, April 10, 1958.
1958s.12.
Correspondence: No Title, [press conference re: Ford Foundation grant] Aid Retarded Children, San Francisco, California, April 16, 1958.
1958s.13.
Typescript, Correspondence: Molecular Diseases, KQED, San Francisco, California, April 16, 1958.
1958s.14.
Typescript, Correspondence: Our Obligation to Our Students, Teachers Union of New York, Annual Queens College Community Conference, New York, April 19, 1958.
1958s.15.
Correspondence, Notes, Flyer: The Need for International Agreements about Nuclear Weapons, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 23, 1958.
1958s.16.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, [re: the importance of communication] 50th Annual Program of Student Research, Undergraduate Medical Association, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 24, 1958.
1958s.17.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Dependence of Longevity of Human Beings on Body Weight, National Academy of Sciences, No Location, April 1958.
1958s.18.
Correspondence: The Compelling Need for International Agreements Relating to War, Associated Students of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, May 12, 1958.
1958s.19.
Typescript, Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Compelling Necessity: No More War, National Conference of Social Workers, American Friends Service Committee, Chicago, Illinois, May 13, 1958.
1958s.20.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Los Angeles State College, California, May 20, 1958.
1958s.21.
Manuscript Notes, Typescripts, Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Commencement Address, Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, California, June 13, 1958.
1958s.22.
Correspondence: Science as a Cultural Subject, Commencement Address, Chapman College, Orange, California, June 14, 1958.
1958s.23.
Correspondence, Report: No Title, [re: consequences of a nuclear war] Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Boston, Massachusetts, June 16, 1958.
1958s.24.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Reprint: Science as a Cultural Subject; Chemistry and Medicine in the Future; The Place of Science in the Modern World, Pre-Commencement Alumni Seminar and Commencement Address, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, June 19-21, 1958.
1958s.25.
Correspondence, Notes, Flyer: The Compelling Necessity -- No More War, Pittsburgh Branch, Federation of American Scientists, June 22, 1958.
1958s.26.
Program, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, [re: nuclear proliferation and fallout] Los Angeles Sane Nuclear Policy Committee, Los Angeles, California, June 23, 1958.
1958s.27.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Compelling Necessity -- No More War!, Alice Franklin Bryant Campaign, Tacoma, Washington and Seattle, Washington, July 14, 1958.
1958s.28.
Manuscript Notes, Flyer: No More War!, Seattle Peace Council, Seattle, Washington, July 28, 1958.

1958s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1958.
1958s2.1.
Correspondence: No Title, Scientific Lecture, Departments of Anatomy, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Physics, University of Washington, Seattle, August 1, 1958.
1958s2.2.
Correspondence: The Compelling Necessity - No More War, Sixteenth Annual Symposium of the Institute of World Affairs, San Diego State College, San Diego, California, August 22, 1958.
1958s2.3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Back to the Tetrahedral Carbon Atom, International Summer School in Quantum Chemistry in Vålådalen, Sweden, August 26, 1958.
1958s2.4.
Abstract, Notes: The Nature of the Double Bond and of Conjugated and Aromatic Molecules, Kekulé and the Chemical Bond, Kekulé Conference, University College of London, England, September 15, 1958.
1958s2.5.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: a public question and answer session] Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, London, England, September 22, 1958.
1958s2.6.
Typescript, [English and German] Correspondence, Program: The Compelling Necessity -- No More War, Public Lecture, Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner, Essen, Ruhr, West Germany, September 26, 1958.
[Also titled Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear War]
1958s2.7.
Correspondence, Notes: Research for Peace, Oslo, Norway and Trondheim, Norway, September 28-30, 1958.
1958s2.8.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Notes: Molecular Structure and Disease, Lowell Lecture, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, October 9, 1958.
1958s2.9.
Correspondence, Notes: Molecular Medicine, Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, October 10, 1958.
1958s2.10.
Correspondence: Abnormal Molecules in Relation to Disease, Chemical Institute of Canada, Montreal Section, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 15, 1958.
1958s2.11.
Correspondence, Audience Questions: The Compelling Necessity - No More War, West Valley Forum, Pierce Junior College, Canoga Park, California, October 22, 1958.
1958s2.12.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Molecular Bases of Mental Illness, Ruth Tolman Memorial Seminar, University of California, Los Angeles, October 24, 1958.
1958s2.13.
Correspondence: No More War, The Guardians of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Los Angeles, California, November 4, 1958.
1958s2.14.
Program: The Nature of Nuclear War, Rotary Club of Pasadena, California, November 5, 1958.
1958s2.15.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons and nuclear war] National Lawyers Guild, New York, November 9, 1958.
1958s2.16.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: a proposal for peace research] lecture tour sponsored by the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Newark, New Jersey; Norwalk, Connecticut; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Boston, Massachusetts, November 10-15, 1958.
1958s2.17.
Correspondence, Program: Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear War, Ford Hall Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, November 16, 1958.
1958s2.18.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence: The Future of Science, Medicine, and Society, The Second John P. Peters Memorial Lecture, New Haven, Connecticut, November 17, 1958.
1958s2.19.
Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: A Proposal: Research for Peace, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, November 20, 1958.
1958s2.20.
Abstract, Flyer: A Proposal: Research for Peace, Unitarian Public Forum, Los Angeles, California, December 5, 1958.
1958s2.21.
Itinerary: Structure Of Proteins, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, December 10, 1958.
1958s2.22.
Correspondence: Our Right to Live, University Young Women's Christian Association Bill of Rights Week, University of California, Los Angeles, December 11, 1958.
1958s2.23.
Transcript, Abstract, Correspondence, Notes, Program: "Molecular Diseases", The Next Hundred Years, television program on KRCA, sponsored by the California Institute of Technology and National Broadcasting Company, Pasadena, December 13, 1958.

1959s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1959.
1959s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: A Proposal -- Research for Peace, Religious Evaluation Week, University of Oregon, Eugene, January 21, 1959.
1959s.2.
Program: The Compelling Necessity -- No More War!, Los Angeles, California, January 27, 1959.
1959s.3.
Correspondence: No Title, La Sierra College, Arlington, California, January 28, 1959.
1959s.4.
Correspondence: The Nature of Nuclear War and the Necessity of World Peace, San Gabriel Valley chapter of the American Association for the United Nations, Arcadia, California, January 28, 1959.
1959s.5.
Correspondence, Background Material: Science and World Affairs, Beta Phi Mu National Library Science Honorary Fraternity, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, February 17, 1959.
1959s.6.
Flyer: No Title, [re: The Geneva Conference] Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, February 18, 1959.
1959s.7.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: the role of journalists and the news media in peace movement] Powell-Schuman Meeting, San Francisco, California, February 20, 1959.
1959s.8.
Correspondence: No Title, Fresno County Medical Society, Fresno, California, March 10, 1959.
1959s.9.
Manuscript Notes: Radiation, Fallout, and the Geneva Conference, University of California, Los Angeles, March 18, 1959.
1959s.10.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Audience Questions: Research for Peace, "Directions for Survival" Seminar, Mt. Hollywood Community Church, Los Angeles, California, March 20, 1959.
1959s.11.
Typescripts, Abstract, Correspondence: The Molecular Basis of Disease, American Orthopsychiatric Association, San Francisco, California, March 29, 1959.
1959s.12.
Correspondence, Background Material: Science in the Modern World, Convocation address, University of the Redlands, Redlands, California, April 7, 1959.
1959s.13.
Correspondence: Abnormal Molecules of Hemoglobin, Friday Evening Demonstration Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 10, 1959.
1959s.14.
Typescript, Program, Correspondence: Carbon-14 and Society, The Space Age, Twenty-Second Annual Seminar of the Alumni Association, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 11, 1959.
1959s.15.
Correspondence, Audience Questions: Nuclear War and the Need for Research for Peace, Detroit Labor Forum, April 18, 1959.
1959s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: Science in the Modern World, Michigan State University Forum, East Lansing, Michigan, April 20, 1959.
1959s.17.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: concerns for the promotion for world peace] Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, April 22, 1959.
1959s.18.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: The Effect of Nuclear Weapons on Civilization, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, New Jersey branch, Trenton, New Jersey, April 25, 1959.
1959s.19.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, [re: opening remarks] Conference on Alternatives to the Nuclear Arms Race Conference, Haddonfield Methodist Church, Haddonfield, New Jersey, April 26, 1959.
1959s.20.
Correspondence: World Peace or Nuclear Destruction - Which?, Brooklyn Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Brooklyn, New York, April 27, 1959.
1959s.21.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: new developments in science] combined science clubs of Pepperdine College, Los Angeles, California, May 8, 1959.
1959s.22.
Correspondence, Flyer: Molecules in the Human Body, Evening Lecture, sponsored by the Temple City High School Science Club, Temple City, California, May 12, 1959.
1959s.23.
Correspondence: The Nature of Radioactive Fallout and its Effects on Man, Woman and Child, Harvard Club of Southern California, Los Angeles, May 22, 1959.

1959s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1959.
1959s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: Morality, Commencement Address, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, June 7, 1959.
1959s2.2.
Abstract, Correspondence, Notes, Program: Molecular Structure in Relation to Biology and Medicine, Ciba Foundation Tenth Anniversary Symposium on Significant Trends in Medical Research, London, England, June 24, 1959.
1959s2.3.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Notes, Flyer, Schedule: Our Choice: Atomic Death or World Government, speech delivered on lecture tour of nine German cities, sponsored by Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner, June 27 - July 4, 1959.
1959s2.4.
Correspondence, Notes, Program: The Contributions of Physics to Knowledge of Protein Structure, Cambridge, England, July 6, 1959.
1959s2.5.
Gallery Questions: Why the World Must Disarm, St. Pancras Town Hall, London, England, July 17, 1959.
1959s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Schedule: Our Choice: World Peace or Nuclear Annihilation, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Fourteenth International Congress, Swedish House of Parliament, Stockholm, Sweden, July 27, 1959.
1959s2.7.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Introduction: Our Choice: Atomic Death or World Law, Fifth World Conference Against A & H Bombs, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan, August 5, 1959.
[Includes AHP notebook containing notes on conference sessions]

1959s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1959.
1959s3.1.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Schedule: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease and Our Choice: Atomic Death or World Law, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, September 1-2, 1959.
1959s3.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Poster: Science in the Modern World, Oregon Centennial Lecture Series, Ashland, Salem, and Portland, Oregon September 11, 14, 15, 1959.
1959s3.3.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: praise for Eleanor Roosevelt] Diamond Anniversary Dinner for Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Los Angeles, California, September 27, 1959.
1959s3.4.
Flyer: Dr. Linus Pauling Reports..., Los Angeles, California, September 29, 1959.
1959s3.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Outline, Table of Contents and Prefatory Notes for the Messenger Lectures, October 5-16, 1959.
1959s3.6.
Typescript, Manuscript, Notes: Science and Philosophy, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 1, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 5, 1959.
1959s3.7.
Manuscript Notes: Molecules and Life, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 2, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 7, 1959.
1959s3.8.
Manuscript Notes: The Molecular Basis of Disease, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 3, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 8, 1959.
1959s3.9.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: calling for a cease to atomic bomb construction] Rally After Peace March, Melbourne, Australia, October 8, 1959.
1959s3.10.
Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: estimates of carbon-14 following nuclear detonation] Physics Seminar, Cornell Rockefeller Lab, Ithaca, New York, October 9, 1959.
1959s3.11.
Manuscript, Notes: Molecules and Heredity, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 4, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 12, 1959.
1959s3.12.
Correspondence: Electronic Structure of Electron-deficient Substances, Chemistry Department Seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 13, 1959.
1959s3.13.
Manuscript: Molecules and Evolution, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 5, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 14, 1959.
1959s3.14.
Typescript, Manuscript, Ancillary Material: The Future of the World, Messenger Lectures, Lecture 6, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 16, 1959.
1959s3.15.
Reprint, Correspondence: Fallout: Today's Seven Year Plague, Greater New York Committee for the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Carnegie Hall meeting, New York, October 25, 1959.
1959s3.16.
Correspondence: Molecules and Disease, Hollywood Los Feliz Jewish Community Center, California, October 28, 1959.
1959s3.17.
Typescript, Audience Questions and Answers, Correspondence, Flyer, Invitation: Our Choice - Nuclear Death or World Law, Aukland, New Zealand, December 2, 1959.
1959s3.18.
Manuscript: Norman Thomas, ["Dinner to celebrate his 75th year"] Los Angeles, California, December 12, 1959.

1960s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1960.
1960s.1.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Reprint, Background Material: Richard W. Lippman, memorial address, Los Angeles, California, January 3, 1960.
1960s.2.
Program: Radiation and the Future of Mankind, [panel discussion with Willard F. Libby, moderated by Hardin Jones] conference on "Man and His Environment - the Air that He Breathes", San Francisco, California, January 16, 1960.
1960s.3.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: Australia and New Zealand Conference on World Cooperation and Disarmament] Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic Club, Pasadena, California, January 20, 1960.
1960s.4.
Manuscript Notes: Aging and Death, Seventh Western Spectroscopy Conference, Asilomar, California, January 27, 1960.
1960s.5.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: the work of Albert Schweitzer] Athenaeum Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 4, 1960.
1960s.6.
Typescript, Reprint: No Title, [re: rationalism and humanism in regards to peace] Annual Banquet of the Freethinkers of Southern California, No Location, February 13, 1960.
1960s.7.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: the dangers of smoking] Faculty Club, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, February 17, 1960.
1960s.8.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Audience Questions, Ancillary Material: Our Choice: Atomic Death or World Law, The Liberal Forum, St. Louis, Missouri, February 21, 1960.
1960s.9.
Correspondence: Our Choice: Atomic Death or World Law, The Rotary Club of Chicago, Illinois, February 23, 1960.
1960s.10.
Correspondence: No Title, The Rotary Club of Burbank, California, March 8, 1960.
1960s.11.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Convocation Address, University of Missouri, Kansas City, March 30, 1960.
1960s.12.
Typescript, Correspondence, Proceedings: High Energy Radiation and its Effects on Man, National Science Teachers Association Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, March 30, 1960.
1960s.13.
Typescript: No Title, [re: observations on aging and death] Friday Evening Demonstration Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 8, 1960.
1960s.14.
Correspondence: We Must Have Peace, WBAI radio, New York, April 18, 1960.
1960s.15.
Correspondence, Flyers: Ending All Nuclear Tests - Our Best Chance for Peace, Lecture tour sponsored by New Jersey SANE committees, Englewood, New Jersey, April 18; Humanity and Peace Versus Fallout and the Bomb, Newark, New Jersey, April 19; Humanity and Peace Versus Fallout and the Bomb, Elizabeth, New Jersey, April 20, 1960.
1960s.16.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Need for Peace in a Nuclear World, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 21, 1960.
1960s.17.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Peace: Jane Addams' Unfinished Business, Jane Addams Centennial, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 26, 1960.
1960s.18.
Correspondence: What Shall We Choose -- Peace or Nuclear Destruction? Convocation Address, Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, California, May 6, 1960.
1960s.19.
Correspondence, Flyer, Program: The World Must Now Choose Peace, Pageant for Peace, Santa Monica, California, May 7, 1960.
1960s.20.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Geneva - The Turning Point Toward World Peace, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Pomona, California, May 11, 1960.
1960s.21.
Correspondence: No Title, Jewish Centers Association, Los Angeles, California, May 12, 1960.
1960s.22.
Correspondence: Gene Mutations and Molecular Disease, The Franklin I. Harris Memorial Lecture, Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center, San Francisco, California, May 17, 1960.

1960s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1960.
1960s2.1.
Transcript, Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Continental Classroom, Lesson 155 -- Protein Structure and Biological Activity, ["Transcript of Continental Classroom lecture made from the dictaphone after recording on dictabelts by placing dictaphone microphone in front of amplifier for sound track for above film"] May 20, 1960.
1960s2.2.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: the need to fight against militarism] Cleveland Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Cleveland, Ohio, May 30, 1960.
[LP also spoke at a physics colloquium at Western Reserve University earlier that day]
1960s2.3.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The World Must Now Choose Peace, Commencement Address, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, New York, May 31, 1960.
1960s2.4.
Correspondence: No Title, Lecture to The Greater Boston Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, June 15, 1960.
1960s2.5.
Poster: A Sane Nuclear Policy, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 16, 1960.
1960s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Press Release: World Peace or World Chaos, National Meeting of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Washington, D.C., June 18, 1960.
1960s2.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Our Need for Peace and Disarmament, Walk and Rally for Disarmament, Pasadena, California, July 9, 1960.
1960s2.8.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Recording of Fallout and Nuclear Warfare, Verve Records, recorded July 10, 1960.
1960s2.9.
Correspondence: Why the World Must Achieve Total Disarmament, British Peace Committee, London, England, July 17, 1960.
1960s2.10.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: The Structure of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, Institute of Metals, London, England, July 25, 1960.
1960s2.11.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: humanism and nuclear policy] acceptance speech, Rationalist of the Year, American Rationalist Federation, Genoa City, Wisconsin, August 13, 1960.
[Pauling did not attend]
1960s2.12.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Background Material: The Resonating-Valence-Bond Theory of Metals, Fifth General Assembly and International Congress of the International Union of Crystallography, Cambridge, England, August 15, 1960.
1960s2.13.
Transcript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Molecular Theory of Civilization by Linus Pauling, California Library Association, October 5, 1960.
1960s2.14.
Correspondence, Program: US Security and the Arms Race, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, New York, October 14, 1960.

1960s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1960.
1960s3.1.
Partial Manuscript, Correspondence: Pauling on Peace, Student Peace Union, Chicago Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Illinois, October 17, 1960.
1960s3.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, [re: medical advances in biochemistry] Pittsburgh Section of the American Chemical Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 20, 1960.
1960s3.3.
Correspondence: Science in the Modern World, Miami Independent Association Lectureship, Miami University, Florida, October 21, 1960.
1960s3.4.
Correspondence: The Structure of Electron Deficient Substances, Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, October 22, 1960.
1960s3.5.
Correspondence, Background Material: Disarmament and World Peace, Independent Political Forum, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, October 23, 1960.
1960s3.6.
Flyer: No Title, forum on nuclear war and disarmament, Greater New York Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, New York, October 24, 1960.
1960s3.7.
Correspondence: Structures of Some Electron-Deficient Substances, School of Chemistry, Rutgers University, New Jersey, November 16, 1960.
1960s3.8.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Chemistry in Relation to Biology and Medicine and Causes of Aging and Death, Science Writers Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, November 18, 1960.
1960s3.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Ancillary Material: Civil Liberties in the Nuclear Age, American Civil Liberties Union, Colorado Chapter, Denver, Colorado, November 19, 1960.
1960s3.10.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Electronic Structure of Electron-Deficient Substances, Chemistry Department Colloquium, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, November 21, 1960.
1960s3.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Peace and Freedom in the Nuclear Age, Platform for Peace, American Friends Service Committee, Seattle, Washington, December 2, 1960.
1960s3.12.
Program, Correspondence: Molecular Biology, Science Building Dedication, Western Washington State College, Bellingham, December 2, 1960.
1960s3.13.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: No More War!, Council of the British Columbia Committee on Radiation Hazards, Vancouver, British Columbia, December 4, 1960.
[Extracts reprinted as "Linus Pauling Says No More War", SOS, Canadian Disarmament Bulletin, No. 5, January 1961]
1960s3.14.
Correspondence, Announcement: The Structure of Electron-Deficient Substances, San Gorgonio Section of the American Chemical Society, December 9, 1960.
1960s3.15.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: Pauling's observations from Senate hearings] Panel Discussion on "How Necessary is the Bill of Rights", Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, December 11, 1960.
1960s3.16.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Program: Civil Liberties in the Advancement of Science, Celebration of the 169th Anniversary of the Ratification of the Bill of Rights, Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, New York, December 15, 1960.
1960s3.17.
Correspondence: Peace and Human Rights in the Nuclear Age, Great Neck South Junior High School, New York, December 16, 1960.
1960s3.18.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, [re: working towards peace] Temple Israel, New York, December 17, 1960.
1960s3.19.
Correspondence: The Structure of Biological Polymers, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York, December 17, 1960.
1960s3.20.
Typescript: No Title, [re: nuclear testing, fallout shelters and the status of China] No Location, December 1960.
1960s3.21.
Typescript: No Title, [re: an explanation of nuclear fallout] No Location, 1960.
1960s3.22.
Correspondence: No Title, Lecture before the Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, [?] California, 1960.

1961s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1961.
1961s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Peace -- the New Frontier, University of California, Berkeley, January 20, 1961.
1961s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Ancillary Material: The Chemical Basis of Mental Disease, Berkeley Society for Mentally Disturbed Children, Berkeley, California, January 20, 1961.
1961s.3.
Correspondence, Program: A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia, Panel Discussion on the Theories of Narcosis, The Association of University Anesthetists, San Francisco, California, January 21, 1961.
1961s.4.
Correspondence: Nuclear Giants and Ethical Infants, Southern California Ministers Convocation, Protestant Ministers of Southern California, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, January 24, 1961.
1961s.5.
Correspondence, Background Material: Peace and Civil Rights, University of California, Santa Barbara, February 14, 1961.
1961s.6.
Correspondence: Aging and Death, Faculty Club, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, February 17, 1961.
1961s.7.
Correspondence: Pressures Toward Conformity, American Civil Liberties Union, Southern California Chapter, Los Angeles, March 4, 1961.
1961s.8.
Correspondence, Flyer: Cessation of Nuclear Tests - Practical or Visionary?, Jewish Community Center and World Federalists, Long Beach, California, March 8, 1961.
1961s.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Program, Reprint: Humanism and Peace, Humanist of the Year Award, American Humanist Association, Cleveland, Ohio, March 17, 1961.
1961s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Poster, Background Materials: Disarm or Die!, Toronto Committee for Disarmament, Toronto, Canada, March 19, 1961; Causes of Aging and Death, University of Toronto, March 20, 1961.
1961s.11.
Abstract, Correspondence: Nitrogen-Nitrogen Triple Bond and Carbon-Carbon Triple Bond, Departmental Colloquium, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, Canada, March 20, 1961.
1961s.12.
Program: The Resonating Valence Bond Theory of Metals, Conference on the Application of Modern Techniques to the Study of the Structure and Properties of Metals and Alloys, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, March 23, 1961.
1961s.13.
Correspondence, Program, Background Material: The Prospects for Peace and Freedom, Fourth Annual Forum on Public Issues, Sacramento State College, Sacramento, California, April 3, 1961.
1961s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia, Hawaiian Section of the American Chemical Society, University of Hawaii, Manoa [?], April 5, 1961.
1961s.15.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence: Prospects for Peace and Freedom, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, Fourteenth Biennial Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 6, 1961.
1961s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Ethical Principles in the Nuclear Age, Sermon at the Unitarian Church of Honolulu, Hawaii, April 9, 1961.
1961s.17.
Correspondence: The Structure of Electron Deficient Substances, Washington Section of the American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., April 13, 1961.
1961s.18.
Correspondence, Program: The Goal of General and Complete Disarmament, Spring Conference on "The Challenge of the Nuclear Age", Associated Students of Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 15, 1961.
1961s.19.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: U.S. policy toward the Batista regime] Committee for Fair Play for Cuba, San Francisco, California, April 19, 1961.
1961s.20.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Science and the Necessity of General and Complete Disarmament, Spring Colloqium, American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 20, 1961.
1961s.21.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: La Paix et la Raison, Union Rationaliste, Université de Montpellier, France, April 25, 1961.

1961s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1961.
1961s2.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Itinerary: Opening Address, Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, Oslo, Norway, May 2, 1961.
1961s2.2.
Manuscript: The Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, May 7, 1961.
1961s2.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Flyer, Background Materials: The Oslo Conference, Conference of Greater New York Peace Groups, Carnegie Hall, New York, May 12, 1961.
1961s2.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Progress Report: Report on the Oslo Conference, Carnegie World Affairs Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 17, 1961.
1961s2.5.
Correspondence: No Title, Los Angeles State College, California, May 26, 1961.
1961s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Notice, Flyer: The Goal of General and Complete Disarmament, Boston Committee for Disarmament and Peace, Boston, Massachusetts, June 3, 1961.
1961s2.7.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Background Material: The Genesis of Ideas, Third World Congress of Psychiatry, Montreal, Canada, June 7, 1961.
1961s2.8.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Background Materials: Progress Toward World Peace, meeting of the Montreal Committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards, Montreal, Canada, June 9, 1961.
1961s2.9.
Correspondence: Progress Towards World Peace, meeting of the Ottawa Committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards, Ottawa, Canada, June 10, 1961.
1961s2.10.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Biochemical Aspects of Phenylketonuria, American Public Health Association, San Diego, California, June 26, 1961.
1961s2.11.
Manuscript, Correspondence: The Neutron Bomb, Fresno, California, June 28, 1961.
1961s2.12.
Correspondence: The Goal of General and Complete Disarmament, Fresno State College, California, June 28, 1961.
1961s2.13.
Typescript, Notes, Flyer: The Time Has Now Come When We Must Rid the World of the Great Immorality of War, Hiroshima Day Address, Los Angeles Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Los Angeles, California, August 6, 1961.

1961s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1961.
1961s3.1.
Typescript, Ancillary Material: No Title, [re: the peace proposals of Edouard le Ghait] First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, August 13, 1961.
[Rebroadcast by KPFK-FM, August 19, 1961]
1961s3.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Press Release, Program, Ancillary Material: World Progress Toward Peace and Disarmament or The Oslo Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, Bucks County World Peace Fair, September 9, 1961.
1961s3.3.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Invitation, Ancillary Material: We Must Achieve Disarmament and Permanent Peace, [English and German], German Branch of War Registers' International, Hamburg, West Germany, September 13, 1961; Frankfurt, West Germany, September 13, 1961; Essen, West Germany, September 14, 1961.
1961s3.4.
Manuscript, Flyer: Ich bin froh sie zu, Bottrop, West Germany, September 14, 1961.
1961s3.5.
Typescript, Correspondence, Flyer, Press Releases, Background Material: End the Tests, Los Angeles Labor Forum, Los Angeles, California, September 30, 1961.
1961s3.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Nature of the Antigen-Antibody Complex, Kaiser Foundation Fifth Annual Symposium, San Francisco, California, October 6, 1961.
1961s3.7.
Correspondence: Why We Must Have Peace, San Jose, California, October 8, 1961.
1961s3.8.
Correspondence: The Goal of General and Complete Disarmament, St. Paul's Methodist Church, San Bernardino, California, October 15, 1961.
1961s3.9.
Program: The Goal of General and Complete Disarmament, Whittier College Annual Symposium -- The Arms Race, First Friends Church, Whittier, California, October 17, 1961.
1961s3.10.
Correspondence, Flyer, Press Release: No Title, Peace March and Rally for Peace, Los Angeles, California, October 21, 1961.
1961s3.11.
Notes, Correspondence, Background Material: Science in the Modern World, Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California, October 27, 1961.
1961s3.12.
Advertisement: Your Job - Disarmament and Survival, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1961.
1961s3.13.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Panel Discussion on Memory, [LP with Francis Schmitt, Ralph Gerard, Hans-Lukas Teuber, Stephen Warshall and Edwin Weinstein] American Psychiatric Association conference entitled "Mind and Molecule", New York, November 10, 1961.
1961s3.14.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program: The Significance of the Bomb-Test Negotiations, Ford Hall Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, November 12, 1961.
1961s3.15.
Correspondence: Science and World Affairs and Abnormal Molecules in Relation to Disease, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 15-16, 1961.
1961s3.16.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: World Cooperation of Scientists, U.S.S.R. Academy of Science, 250th Anniversary of the Birthday of M. V. Lomonosov, Leningrad, USSR, November 24, 1961.
1961s3.17.
Notes: Resonance in Chemistry, Institute for Organic Chemistry of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Moscow, USSR, December 3, 1961.
1961s3.18.
Manuscript Notes: Theory of Antiferromagnetism, Institute for Physical Problems, Moscow, USSR, December 6, 1961.

1962s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1962.
1962s.1.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Impact of Science on Man of Today and Man of the Future, Opening Address, Seventh Summer School, University of Concepción, Chile, January 15, 1962.
1962s.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Speech of Thanks, University of Concepción, Chile, January 19, 1962.
1962s.3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program: The Molecular Basis of Genetic Defects, First Inter-American Conference on Congenital Defects, Los Angeles, California, January 22, 1962.
1962s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Impact of Science on Man of The Present and the Future, Forum, Utah State University, February 5, 1962.
1962s.5.
Typescripts, Program, Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes: Chemistry of Mental Disease, University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, California, February 13, 1962.
1962s.6.
Notes: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons tests and disarmament] London, February 18, 1962.
1962s.7.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons tests and disarmament] Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1962.
1962s.8.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons tests and disarmament] Madison Peace Center, Madison, Wisconsin, March 18, 1962.
1962s.9.
Itinerary: Every Test Kills, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, March 22, 1962.
1962s.10.
Correspondence, Background Material: The Nature of Nuclear Weapons and the Need for Disarmament, Graduate Student Association, University of California, Berkeley, March 29, 1962.
1962s.11.
Correspondence: The Nature of Nuclear War and the Need for Disarmament, Associated Students of Pomona College, Claremont, California, April 5, 1962.
1962s.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Steps Toward World Peace, San Jose City College, San Jose, California, April 12, 1962.
1962s.13.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Abstract, Ancillary Material: The Need for Disarmament, City Club of Portland, Portland, Oregon, May 4, 1962.
[Includes Typescript: Linus Pauling in Portland, by David Hershel Reed]
1962s.14.
Correspondence: A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia, Research Conference in Chemistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, May 25, 1962.
1962s.15.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Women for Legislative Action Peace Awards Luncheon, Los Angeles, California, June 16, 1962.
1962s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Abstract, Itinerary: Mechanisms of Anaesthesia, XXII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Leiden, Holland, September 12, 1962.
1962s.17.
Correspondence, Flyer, Program: No Title, [re: LP's sponsorship of the World Council of Peace] Whittier Area Turn Toward Peace Council, Whittier, California, September 22, 1962.
1962s.18.
Correspondence: Molecules, Evolution and Disease, William Lloyd Evans Memorial Lecture, Ohio State University, Colombus, Ohio, October 26, 1962.
1962s.19.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Bomb Test Controversy and World Peace, The Issue of the Day -- World Peace, The Business and Professional Associates of the American Jewish Congress, New York, November 1, 1962.
1962s.20.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: mistakes of the Cuban missile crisis] Gandhi Peace Award, Promoting Enduring Peace, Inc., New York, November 1, 1962.
1962s.21.
Pauling and Non-Pauling Typescripts, Correspondence, Program, Proceedings, Press Release: The Molecular Nature of Mental Disease, Manfred Sakel Dinner, Second International Conference for Biological Research and Treatment of Mental Illness, New York Academy of Medicine, New York, November 2, 1962.
1962s.22.
Correspondence: No Title [re: molecular theory of general anesthesia], Arden House Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, November 3, 1962.
1962s.23.
Typescript, Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Molecular Disease and Evolution, Rudolf Virchow Lecture, Columbia University, New York, November 5, 1962.
1962s.24.
Proceedings: Hemoglobin, Evolution and Molecular Disease, Conference on Hemoglobin, sponsored by the Columbia University Department of Medicine, Harriman, New York, November 6, 1962.
1962s.25.
Correspondence, Notes: No Title, [re: the relation of science and peace] Committee for Informed Opinion on Nuclear Arms, Columbia, Missouri, November 28, 1962.
1962s.26.
Typescript, Correspondence: The Cultural Significance of Science, Summary of Convocation Address, University of Missouri, Columbia, November 29, 1962.
1962s.27.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary: General Chemistry, Symposium on Chemical Education, American Chemical Society Regional Meeting for the Southwest, Dallas, Texas, December 7, 1962.
1962s.28.
Abstract, Notes: Scientific Factors Bearing on World Problems, Address before the California State Psychological Association Convention, No Location, December 14, 1962.

1963s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1963.
1963s.1.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: formation of the World Committee for Disarmament and Peace] delivered at the Oxford Conference, January 7, 1963.
1963s.2.
Correspondence, Schedule: Molecular Disease and Evolution, Modesto Junior College, Modesto, California, February 5, 1963.
1963s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Ancillary Material: Introduction of Lewis John Collins, First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, February 17, 1963.
1963s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Itinerary, Introduction: The Problem of Achieving Peace and Disarmament, American Friends Service Committee, Eugene, Oregon, March 10, 1963.
1963s.5.
Correspondence, Background Material: Science and the Future of Humanity, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, March 14, 1963.
1963s.6.
Flyer, Itinerary, Biography: Science and the Future of Humanity, American Friends Service Committee, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, March 19, 1963.
1963s.7.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: research in protein biochemistry] Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, March 21, 1963.
1963s.8.
Correspondence, Press Release: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons tests and disarmament] Detroit Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Detroit, Michigan, March 21, 1963.
1963s.9.
Correspondence, Background Material: The Problem of Achieving Peace and Disarmament, Bluffton College, Bluffton, Ohio, March 22, 1963.
1963s.10.
Correspondence, Flyer: Problems of Peace and Disarmament, Unitarian Society of Cleveland, Ohio, March 23, 1963.
1963s.11.
Poster: The Cultural Significance of Science, Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio, March 25, 1963.
1963s.12.
Correspondence, Notes, Reprint, Introduction: The Hydrate Microcrystal Theory of General Anesthesia, Baxter Lecture, International Anesthesia Research Society, Miami, Florida, March 27, 1963.
1963s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Itinerary: The Reasons for Achieving Disarmament By International Agreement, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, May 2, 1963.
1963s.14.
Correspondence, Programs, Ancillary Material: No Title, Nobel Hall of Science Dedication, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota, May 5, 1963.
1963s.15.
Flyer, Announcement: Steps Toward Disarmament and World Peace, First Unitarian Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 5, 1963.
1963s.16.
Correspondence, Flyer: A One-Electron-Bond Theory of Antiferromagnetism, Phi Lambda Upsilon Lecture, University of California, Los Angeles, May 15, 1963.
1963s.17.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: moral aspects of national defense policy] Loyola Forum for National Affairs, Loyola University, Los Angeles, California, June 20, 1963.
1963s.18.
Manuscript Notes: The Morality of Nations, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, California, July 21, 1963.
1963s.19.
Abstract, Correspondence: The Molecular Basis of Sickle-cell Anemia and Other Diseases, Scientific Assembly of the National Medical Association, Los Angeles, California, August 13, 1963.
1963s.20.
Correspondence, Notes, Introduction, Background Material: No Title, [re: "In defense of citizen's liberties against repressive decrees"] Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 22, 1963.
1963s.21.
Pauling and Non-Pauling Typescripts, Correspondence: Response by Linus Pauling, Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, Oslo, Norway, December 10, 1963.
[see also 1963h2.8]
1963s.22.
Typescript, Notes, Reprint: Science and Peace, Nobel Lecture, Oslo, Norway, December 11, 1963.
1963s.23.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Humanism and Peace, Nurmann Lecture, Trondheim, Norway, December 16, 1963.
1963s.24.
Notes: No Title, [re: nations and morality; armament for peace] Stockholm, Sweden, December 19, 1963.
1963s.25.
Poster: Next Steps Toward Peace, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, December 21, 1963.

1964s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1964.
1964s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Further Steps Toward Peace, Copenhagen, Denmark, January 3, 1964.
1964s.2.
Correspondence, Program, Press Release: No Title, [re: cessation of nuclear testing] Main Address, "A Tribute to Dr. Linus Pauling on his return from Oslo following acceptance of the 1962 Nobel Prize for Peace", sponsored by The Minority of One, New York, January 8, 1964.
1964s.3.
Flyer, Ancillary Material: No Title, A Tribute to Linus Pauling on his return from Oslo following the Nobel Award ceremony, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 9, 1964.
1964s.4.
Correspondence, Announcement, Flyer: The Next Step, Women Strike for Peace, Los Angeles, California, January 17, 1964.
1964s.5.
Correspondence: Further Steps Toward Peace, Hollywood High School, Reseda, California, January 17, 1964.
1964s.6.
Program: What Next?, The Foothill Society for Ethical Culture, American Ethical Union, Pasadena, California, January 19, 1964.
1964s.7.
Correspondence: Nuclear Weapons and Problems of Disarmament, Phi Delta Epsilon Graduate Medical Clubs, Los Angeles, California, January 21, 1964.
1964s.8.
Correspondence, Program, Newsletter: Next Step Toward Peace, Humanitarian Award Acceptance Speech, Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations to Unite-to-Strengthen-to-Coordinate, Los Angeles, California, January 23, 1964.
1964s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Introduction: No Title, An International Tribute through the Arts, Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, January 27, 1964.
1964s.10.
Correspondence, Brochure: The Problem of Achieving Peace and Disarmament, Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, California, January 31, 1964.
1964s.11.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: nuclear weapons and disarmament] California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, February 13, 1964.
1964s.12.
Correspondence: No Title, Visiting Scholars Lecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2-3, 1964.
1964s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Audience Questions, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Next Steps Toward Peace, Public Affairs Forum, University of Indiana at Pennsylvania, April 7, 1964.
1964s.14.
Correspondence, Program, Schedule, Poster: Science and World Affairs, San Jose State College, California, April 16, 1964.
1964s.15.
Correspondence, Background Material: War and Peace, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, California, April 27, 1964.
1964s.16.
Correspondence, Introduction, Flyer, Poster: Mental Deficiency & Brain Chemistry, [with George Tarjan and Stanley W. Wright; moderated by Ava Helen Pauling] First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, California, May 1, 1964.
1964s.17.
Correspondence, Reprint, Background Material: Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules and Molecular Disease, Congress of the Centenary of the National Academy of Medicine, Mexico, May 6, 1964.
1964s.18.
Correspondence, Background Material, Typescript Fragment: Molecules and Evolution, Escuela Nacional de Anthropologia e Historia, Mexico City, May 7, 1964.
1964s.19.
Correspondence: A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia, Informal Discussion before the Academy of Medicine, Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica, Mexico, May 8, 1964.
1964s.20.
Correspondence, Pamphlet: Mental Deficiency and Brain Chemistry, Ware Lecture, General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association, San Francisco, California, May 12, 1964.
1964s.21.
Correspondence, Background Material: Science and World Problems, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, May 15, 1964.
1964s.22.
Correspondence: The Molecular Basis of General Anesthesia, Meeting of the Guedel Association, Newport Beach, California, June 14, 1964.
1964s.23.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer: Formation Scientifique et Résponsibilites Sociales, UNESCO, Paris, France, June 19, 1964.
1964s.24.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Posters, Ancillary Material: Transcription of The Structure of Molecules in Relation to Medical Problems, [originally titled Molecular Disease and Anesthesia, as well as other Problems] 14 Nobelpreisträgertagung - V. Tagung der Chemiker, Lindau, West Germany, June 22, 1964.
1964s.25.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Itinerary, Press Release, Ancillary Material: Wissenschaft und Weltfrieden, [Science and Peace] June 27 - July 7, 1964.
[Lecture tour of Germany: given in Munich, Lïnza, Köhn, Bonn, Hamburg, Brenner, Hannover, Essen, Gladbeck, Frankfurt, Ulm and Leipzig]

1964s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1964.
1964s2.1.
Typescript, Correspondence: Für eine Welt ohne Waffen und Krieg, Karl Marx College, Leipzig University, Leipzig, East Germany, July 7, 1964.
1964s2.2.
Program: Evolutionary Divergence and Convergence at the Level of Informational Macromolecules, [with Emile Zuckerkandl] Symposium on Evolving Genes and Proteins, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, September 17, 1964.
1964s2.3.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Luncheon Address, Fourth Annual Symposium on Kidney Disease, Southern California Kidney Foundation, Los Angeles, California, September 23, 1964.
1964s2.4.
Correspondence: Molecular Theory of General Anaesthesia, University of Queensland Chemical Society, Brisbane, Australia, October 16, 1964.
1964s2.5.
Correspondence, Brochure, Background Material: Humanism and Peace, New South Wales Humanist Society, Sydney, Australia, October 25-30, 1964.
1964s2.6.
Programs: The Threat of Nuclear and Biological War, Australian Congress for International Cooperation and Disarmament, Sydney, Australia, October 27, 1964.
1964s2.7.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: humanism and science and "No More War!"] Sydney University Humanist Society, Sydney, Australia, October-November 1964.
1964s2.8.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Announcement: The Significance of Science to World Affairs, Annual Lecture, Australian National University Research Students' Association, Canberra, Australia, November 4, 1964.
1964s2.9.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: No Title, Public Rally of Congress for International Cooperation and Disarmament, [with Ava Helen Pauling, Omolo Agar, Frank Boaten, Shinzo Hamai, and Jacques Madaule] Melbourne, Australia, November 5, 1964.
1964s2.10.
Program: No Title, [re: economic and scientific alternatives to the arms race] Introductory Remarks, Citizens Conference, South Melbourne, Australia, November 9, 1964.
1964s2.11.
Correspondence: Molecular Structure, Molecular Disease and Evolution, Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Sydney, Australia, November 13, 1964.
1964s2.12.
Transcript, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Man's Striving for Peace, Barnett R. Brickner Memorial Lecture, Cleveland, Ohio, November 18, 1964.
1964s2.13.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Flyer, Ancillary Material: The Significance of Science in the World of Today and Tomorrow and Progress Toward Peace and Disarmament, Convocation Series, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 20, 1964.
1964s2.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: No Title, [re: molecular medicine and anesthesia] Eliasberg Memorial Lecture, New York, November 23, 1964.
1964s2.15.
Correspondence, Press Release, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: Molecular Diseases and Evolution, Annie Talbot Cole Lecture, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, November 24, 1964.

1965s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1965.
1965s.1.
Announcement, Program: America and China, Big Sur Hot Springs Seminar, sponsored by Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California, January 29-31, 1965.
1965s.2.
Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: Further Steps Toward Peace, Santa Barbara Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Santa Barbara, California, February 10, 1965.
1965s.3.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Notes, Background Material: No Title, [re: remarks on "The Requirement of Peace: the Nature of the Problem"] Pacem in Terris Convocation, New York, February 18, 1965.
1965s.4.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: Pacem in Terris Convocation] Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for Social Justice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 1965.
1965s.5.
Correspondence, Program: Molecules and the Nature of Man, Third Annual Honors Day, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, April 29, 1965.
1965s.6.
Correspondence: No Title, American Society for Clinical Investigation, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 3, 1965.
1965s.7.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Science, Freedom and Responsibility in Our World Today and Molecular Disease and Evolution, Comenius Lecture Series, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1965.
1965s.8.
Correspondence: Report on the Pacem in Terris Conference, Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, California, May 17, 1965.
1965s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Announcement: Molecular Disease, Medical Bicentennial Observance, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 21, 1965.
1965s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Newsletter: Science and World Problems, Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Fraternity, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, May 24, 1965.
1965s.11.
Correspondence, Notes, Program: No Title, Herman F. Mark Symposium, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York, May 27, 1965.
1965s.12.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Morality, Unitarianism, and Peace, First Joseph Workman Lecture, Toronto, Canada, September 11, 1965.
1965s.13.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Poster: Science and World Problems, Graduate Student Convocation, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, September 13, 1965; A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, New York, September 13, 1965.
1965s.14.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Molecules, Disease and Evolution and Why the War in Vietnam Must Be Stopped, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 8, 1965.
1965s.15.
Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease and Evolution, University of Victoria, Canada, October 9, 1965.
1965s.16.
Program: The Close-Packed-Spheron Theory of the Structure of Nuclei and the Mechanism of Nuclear Fission, National Academy of Sciences Autumn Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, October 11, 1965.
1965s.17.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Science and Peace, Program on "The Forces of Change", Pitzer College, Claremont, California, October 19, 1965.
1965s.18.
Correspondence, Program: Molecular Medicine, Glendale Medical Forum, Glendale, California, November 14, 1965.
1965s.19.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: the importance of teaching science and remembering humanity] Pugwash Address, December 1965.

1966s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1966.
1966s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Vietnam, National Lawyers Guild Banquet, Los Angeles, California, February 11, 1966.
1966s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Programs: Nuclear Structure, [Listed in program as The Packing of Spherons in the Atomic Nucleus] First Robbins Lecture, Pomona College, February 24, 1966; Nuclei, [Listed in program as The Relation of the Close-packed-spheron Theory to the Shell Model of the Nucleus] Second Robbins Lecture, Pomona College, Claremont, California, February 25, 1966.
[Other Robbins Lectures listed in program: The Molecular Basis of Disease and Evolution, February 24, 1966; Nuclear Masses and the Interaction of Spherons, February 28, 1966; Nuclear Fission, March 1, 1966]
1966s.3.
Correspondence, Program: Coexistence: Deterrence or Disarmament?, Students' Association Academic Conference, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, March 4, 1966.
1966s.4.
Correspondence, Invitation, Photographs, Ancillary Material: No Title, remarks delivered on occasion of the dedication of the research ship, The Alpha Helix, La Jolla, California, March 11, 1966.
1966s.5.
Correspondence, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, 5th Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade and Rally, New York, March 26, 1966.
1966s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Science and World Problems, Carl Neuberg Society for International Scientific Relations Annual Award Dinner, New York, March 30, 1966.
1966s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Social Responsibilities of Scientists and Science, National Science Teachers Association, Fourteenth Annual Convention, New York, April 3, 1966.
1966s.8.
Correspondence, Program, Newspaper Clipping, Notes: Molecular Biology and Molecular Medicine, Thirteenth Annual Initiation of the Cum Laude Society, Cate Chapter, The Cate School, Carpinteria, California, April 30, 1966.
1966s.9.
Program: The University in America: A Convocation under the Auspices of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Critic's Panel, Beverly Hills, California, May 10, 1966.
1966s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Background Materials: The Scientist and the Public Conscience, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, May 19, 1966.
1966s.11.
Itinerary: The Structure of Nuclei and Molecules, Disease and Evolution, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, May 20, 1966.
1966s.12.
Manuscript Notes: Molecular Disease, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, May 21, 1966.
1966s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer, Newspaper Clippings: The Social Responsibilities of the University Scientist, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, May 23, 1966.
1966s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Future of Man, Commencement Address, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York, June 3, 1966.
1966s.15.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Geometric Factors in Molecular Structure, Physics Seminar, University of California, San Diego, June 8, 1966.
1966s.16.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: medical education] remarks delivered at the dedication of the Richard W. Lippman Building, City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, California, June 12, 1966.

1966s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1966.
1966s2.1.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Brochure: The Architecture of Molecules, Structural Chemistry, Eighth Annual Summer Conference, California Association of Chemistry Teachers, Monterey Peninsula, California, August 14, 1966.
1966s2.2.
Correspondence: No Title, Unitarian family conference, Asilomar, California, August 15, 1966.
1966s2.3.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Molecular Disease and Evolution, The Arthur J. Schmitt Challenges in Science Meetings of the College of Science, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana, October 3, 1966.
1966s2.4.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: steps toward the abolition of war] United World Federalists, Long Beach, California, October 7, 1966.
1966s2.5.
Correspondence, Program, Invitation: The Molecular Basis of Life, Fall Convocation, York University, Toronto, Canada, October 13, 1966.
1966s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Science and International Relations and Molecular Disease and Evolution, Twentieth Annual Memorial Convocation, MacDonald College, McGill University, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada, October 17, 1966.
1966s2.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, UNESCO Twentieth Anniversary Celebrations - Round Table discussion of UNESCO's contributions to peace, Paris, France, October 25 to November 6, 1966.
1966s2.8.
Correspondence, Abstract, Notes, Program: The Development of the Molecular Environment of the Mind, Reunion de la Societe de Chimie Biologique, Colloque sur les Aspects Biochimiques de la Phylogenese, [Colloquium on Biochemical Aspects of Phylogenesis] Montpellier, France, October 28, 1966.
1966s2.9.
Correspondence, Flyer, Ancillary Material: The Future of Physical Chemistry, chemistry building dedication, University of California, Santa Barbara, November 11, 1966.
1966s2.10.
Memorandum, Background Material: Science, the Breakthrough Ahead, Founding Members Seminar, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California, November 11, 1966.
1966s2.11.
Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, [re: American foreign policy] meeting of the Santa Barbara chapter of SANE, Santa Barbara, California, November 13, 1966.
1966s2.12.
Correspondence: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure, Sigma Pi Sigma, University of California, Santa Barbara, November 22, 1966.
1966s2.13.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Science and the Future of Man, Convocation, Oregon State University, December 2, 1966.
1966s2.14.
Correspondence, Press Release, Program, Bulletin: Science as a Way of Life, address delivered at the awarding of the First Annual Pauling Medal Award, Portland, Oregon, December 3, 1966.
1966s2.15.
Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Flyer: The Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Scientists, Town and Gown Forum, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington, December 4, 1966.
1966s2.16.
Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings: Science and International Relations, Scientific Speakers' Program, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, December 6, 1966.

1967s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1967.
1967s.1.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Presidential Address: Molecular Structure of Proteins, International Symposium on Conformation of Biopolymers, University of Madras, January 18, 1967.
[Reprinted in Conformation of Biopolymers, Volume I -- Papers Read at an International Symposium Held at the University of Madras, January 18-21, 1967. G. N. Ramachandran, ed., Academic Press, 1967]
1967s.2.
Itinerary: Molecular Structure in Relation to Medicine, Kerala University, Trivandrum, [Thiruvananthapuram] India, January 24, 1967.
1967s.3.
Itinerary, Correspondence: Science and World Problems, Colombo, Ceylon, [Sri Lanka] January 27, 1967.
1967s.4.
Itinerary: Molecular Disease and Evolution, Peradeniya, Ceylon, [Sri Lanka] January 28, 1967.
1967s.5.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Molecular Abnormality, Molecular Disease, and Evolution and Geometric Factors in the Structure of Atomic Nuclei, C. V. Raman Lectureship, University of Madras, India, January - February 1967.
1967s.6.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes, Ancillary Materials: Science and Peace, Azad Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, India, February 2, 1967.
1967s.7.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Future of the World, Second Azad Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, India, February 3, 1967.

1967s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1967.
1967s2.1.
Itinerary: Molecular Structure in Relation to Medicine, National Institute of Sciences, New Delhi, India, February 4, 1967.
1967s2.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Molecular Abnormality, Molecular Disease and Evolution, Shri Nijalingappa Special Lecture, Bangalore, India, February 7, 1967.
1967s2.3.
Correspondence, Reprint, Background Material: Foreign Policies and Disarmament, M. Ct. M. Chidambaram Chettyar Memorial Trust Lecture Series, University of Madras, Madras, India, February 14, 1967.
1967s2.4.
Manuscript, Background Material: The Future of Man, University of California, Riverside Extension Lecture, Palm Springs, California, March 5, 1967.
1967s2.5.
Correspondence: The Molecular Structure of People, Laguna Blanca School, Santa Barbara, California, April 10, 1967.
1967s2.6.
Correspondence, Note to Self, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, [re: "I am ashamed of my country"] Vietnam Mobilization Rally, United Nations Plaza, New York, April 15, 1967.
1967s2.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Background Material: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure: The Close-Packed Spheron Theory and the Shell Model of Nuclei, First Plaut Lecture, Chemistry Club, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 18, 1967.
1967s2.8.
Manuscript Notes: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure: The Neutron-Proton Ratio and Other Nuclear Properties, Second Plaut Lecture, Chemistry Club, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 19, 1967.
1967s2.9.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure: Nuclear Deformation and Nuclear Fission, Third Plaut Lecture, Chemistry Club, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 20, 1967.
1967s2.10.
Typescript: The Structure of Some Light Nuclei, Plaut Lectures, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 1967.
1967s2.11.
Typescript, Pauling and Non-Pauling Reprints, Correspondence, Program, Newspaper Clipping, Poster: The Challenge of Scientific Discovery, William Henry Snyder Lecture, Los Angeles City College, California, May 17, 1967.
1967s2.12.
Manuscript, Typescript, Program, Notes, Background Material: Peace on Earth: The Position of the Scientists, Pacem in Terris II Convocation, Geneva, Switzerland, May 28-31, 1967.

1967s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1967.
1967s3.1.
Correspondence: The Impact of Science on Human Behavior, Commencement Address, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, June 4, 1967.
1967s3.2.
Manuscript Notes: We Are the Criminals, Hiroshima Day Demonstration Against the Vietnam War, Los Angeles, California, August 6, 1967.
1967s3.3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Orthomolecular Somatic and Psychiatric Medicine, communication to the Thirteenth International Convention on Vital Substances, Nutrition, and the Diseases of Civilization, Luxembourg and Trier, September 18-24, 1967.
[Pauling did not attend]
1967s3.4.
Correspondence, Program: The Prospects for Molecular Medicine, Communication of Knowledge Science Writing Symposium, West Virginia University, Morgantown, October 6, 1967.
1967s3.5.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Program, Ancillary Material: Science and the World of the Future, The Noranda Lectures, Expo 67, Montreal, Canada, October 9, 1967.
[Later reprinted in Man and His World -- The Noranda Lectures, Expo 67, University of Toronto Press, 1968]
1967s3.6.
Correspondence, Flyer: Noam Chomsky, Linus Pauling: The Vietnam War -- What is to Be Done?, Loyola College, Montreal, Canada, October 10, 1967.
1967s3.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer, Poster: Science and Humanity, Redman Lectures, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, October 13, 1967.
[Other talks given in Redman Lectureship: The Molecular Basis of Life and Disease, October 11, 1967; Geometric Factors in the Structure of the Atomic Nucleus, October 12, 1967]
1967s3.8.
Offprint, Correspondence, Program: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure, Prepared for Symposium Celebrating the Centenary of the Birth of Maria Sklodowska-Curie, Warsaw, Poland, October 17-20, 1967.
[Pauling did not attend]
1967s3.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Introduction, Notes, Reprint: Roebling Medal Response, Mineralogical Society of America, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 21, 1967.
1967s3.10.
Manuscript Notes, Invitation, Background Material: The War in Vietnam, Peace and Freedom Party, San Diego, California, December 1, 1967.
1967s3.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyer, Brochure: Molecular Complementariness and Biological Specificity, Distinguished Lecturer in Molecular Biology, University of California at Los Angeles, December 4, 1967; The Molecular Structure of Proteins, Distinguished Lecturer in Molecular Biology, University of California at Los Angeles, December 6, 1967; Molecular Structure in Relation to Disease, Distinguished Lecturer in Molecular Biology, University of California at Los Angeles, December 8, 1967.
1967s3.12.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Science for the Benefit of Man, Distinguished Lecturer Series, California State College at Fullerton, December 10, 1967.

1968s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1968.
1968s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Survey of Protein Structure, Oceanography Seminar, Scripps Institute, La Jolla, California, January 15, 1968.
1968s.2.
Manuscript Notes: Abnormal Protein Molecules in Relation to Disease, Second Oceanography Seminar, Scripps Institute, La Jolla, California, January 22, 1968.
1968s.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Background Material, Itinerary: Molecular Complementariness and Biological Specificity, Lectures in Molecular Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, February 26-28, March 1, 1968.
1968s.4.
Manuscript Notes: Molecular Structure in Relation to Disease, University of California at Los Angeles, March 1, 1968.
1968s.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Scientific Revolution, Centennial Lecture Series: "The Revolutionary Age, The Challenge to Man," University of California, Irvine, March 3, 1968.
1968s.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Joy of Discovery, Charter Week ceremonies, University of California, Riverside, April 4, 1968.
1968s.7.
Manuscript: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Amherst, Massachusetts, April 9, 1968.
1968s.8.
Manuscript, Correspondence: Scientific Experiment: its Impact on Man, Distinguished Visitors Program - Human Aspects of Scientific Discoveries, First Lecture, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 10, 1968.
1968s.9.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: nuclear bomb tests, UN test ban treaty, civil defense and Vietnam] Distinguished Visitors Program - Human Aspects of Scientific Discoveries, Fourth Lecture, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 18, 1968.
1968s.10.
Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: molecular disease and eugenics] Distinguished Visitors Program - Human Aspects of Scientific Discoveries, Second Lecture, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 1968.
1968s.11.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Future of Physical Chemistry, Symposium and Dedication Arthur Amos Noyes Laboratory of Chemical Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 7, 1968.
1968s.12.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: 1968: What Can a Man Do?, Protest Politics, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Founding Members Seminar Dinner, Los Angeles, California, May 9, 1968.
1968s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer: Atoms and Molecules, Centennial Lecture, University of California, Los Angeles, May 13, 1968.
1968s.14.
Manuscript Notes: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Chemistry-Biology Seminar, Massachusetts Institutes of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 24, 1968.
1968s.15.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Impact of Science on Humanity, Commencement Address, Windham College, Putney, Vermont, May 26, 1968.
1968s.16.
Manuscript, Program: Science and Morality, Commencement Address, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico, June 6, 1968.
1968s.17.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program: The Crisis Facing American Science, New York Academy of Science, June 21, 1968.
1968s.18.
Correspondence, Program: Medicine in a Rational Society, Dedication Day Colloqium: "The Future of Medicine and its Relationship to Society", Mt. Sinai Medical Center, New York, October 22, 1968.
1968s.19.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Mesa Vista Hospital, San Diego, California, November 5, 1968.
1968s.20.
Notes: Molecular Complementariness, University of California, San Diego Medical School, December 5, 1968.
1968s.21.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Structural Complementariness and the Properties of Matter, Banquet Address, American Physical Society, La Jolla, California, December 19, 1968.

1969s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1969.
1969s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program: The Advancement of Knowledge -- Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Oregon State University Centennial Lecture, Corvallis, Oregon, February 25, 1969.
1969s.2.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Dedication Address, Margaret Sanger College, State University of New York, Stony Brook, March 22, 1969.
1969s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Scientific Approach to Life, State University of New York, Stony Brook, March 24, 1969.
1969s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Origin of Scientific Ideas, Priestley Award ceremonies, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1969.
1969s.5.
Manuscript, Itinerary, Press Release: The Molecular Basis of Health and Disease, All-College Centennial Lecture, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, April 15, 1969.
1969s.6.
Typescript: No Title, Statement at Strike Meeting, [re: support for strike] University of California, San Diego, May 21, 1969.
1969s.7.
Background Material: No Title, student rally protesting the presence of National Guard troops at the University of California, Berkeley, Sacramento, California, May 26, 1969.
1969s.8.
Correspondence, Excerpt, Transcript, Ancillary Material: Excerpt from Discussion by Drs. Pauling and Castle, Discovery of Molecular Abnormality of Sickle Cell Disease, [following discussion of the stereochemical specificity of antigen-antibody reactions] Milwaukee County General Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 2, 1969.
1969s.9.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Future of Medicine, Commencement Address, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, June 5, 1969.
1969s.10.
Manuscript, Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: The Possibilities for Social Progress, Second International Congress of Social Psychiatry, London, England, August 4, 1969.
1969s.11.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program: The Importance of Being Crystallized, Eighth International Crystallographic Congress, Stony Brook, New York, August 13, 1969.
1969s.12.
Manuscript, Notes, Program, Background Material: Scientists in Politics, The Place of Value in a World of Facts: Nobel Symposium 14, Stockholm, Sweden, September 17, 1969.
[Includes notes by Ava Helen Pauling]
1969s.13.
Manuscript, Typescripts [English and Spanish], Correspondence, Notes, Background Material: Stop the War!, Vietnam Moratorium Meeting, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, October 15, 1969.
1969s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Teaching of General Chemistry, California Chemistry Teachers Association, Sonoma State College, Rohnert Park, California, October 25, 1969.
1969s.15.
Program: No Title, General Lecture, [re: developments in chemistry] First Industrial Affiliates Symposium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 6, 1969.
1969s.16.
Correspondence: Crystallography and Chemical Bonding of Sulfides, Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, D.C., November 8, 1969.
1969s.17.
Manuscript Notes: Science, Morality, and World Peace, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, November 11, 1969.
1969s.18.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: pulling out of Vietnam] Convocation, Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama, November 14, 1969.
1969s.19.
Manuscript: Stephen Fritchman and the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, December 28, 1969.
1969s.20.
Program: And Then There is Tomorrow, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, Morning Service, California, December 28, 1969.

1970s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1970.
1970s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Seminar, Psychiatry Department, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, January 6, 1970.
1970s.2.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Introduction: La Ciencia y el Futuro de la Humanidad, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile, January 9, 1970.
1970s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Announcement: The Molecular Basis of Disease, State Technical University of Chile, Santiago, January 20, 1970.
1970s.4.
Manuscript Notes: Social Responsibility and the Technologist, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 4, 1970.
1970s.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Science and the Future of Humanity, Marymount College, Palos Verdes, California, February 12, 1970.
1970s.6.
Manuscript Notes, Flyer: Rotational Motion of Nuclei, Physics Seminar, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 4, 1970.
1970s.7.
Manuscript, Non-Pauling Typescript, Correspondence: Russell's Work for Peace, Symposium on Bertrand Russell, Stanford Philosophy Department, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 5, 1970.
1970s.8.
Typescript: Symposium on Arms Control, International Society of the Stanford Law School, Palo Alto, California, April 15, 1970.
1970s.9.
Typescript, Notes: Off ROTC, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 28, 1970.
1970s.10.
Manuscript: Protest Against Cambodian Action, speech at conclusion of peace march, Palo Alto, California, May 4, 1970.
1970s.11.
Manuscript: No Title, [re: opposition to U.S. invasion of Cambodia; Vietnam War] Ames, Iowa, May 6, 1970.
1970s.12.
Program: No Title, [re: public involvement in peace] Benefit Dinner in Support of the McGovern-Hatfield Amendment to End the War, The Athenaeum, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 29, 1970.
1970s.13.
Manuscript, Typescript, Flyer, Program: Let's Save the World!, San Francisco, California, June 12, 1970.
1970s.14.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, [re: consequences of nuclear war] Acceptance Address, International Lenin Peace Prize, Soviet Embassy, Washington D.C., June 15, 1970.
[Includes letters of congratulation]
1970s.15.
Correspondence: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, seminar series, University of California, Berkeley, July 21-24, 1970.
1970s.16.
Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: "War is a crime"] Cincinnati, Ohio, August 6, 1970.
1970s.17.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Declaration: The Need for Peace and Disarmament, United Nations, New York, September 21, 1970.
1970s.18.
Typescript, Notes: First Broadcast, [re: construction of nuclear power plants] KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, October 1, 1970.
1970s.19.
Typescript: Second Broadcast, [re: presentation of Declaration on Peace and Disarmament by recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize] KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, October 7, 1970.

1970s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1970.
1970s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: Nuclear Power Plants, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, October 13, 1970.
1970s2.2.
Typescript: Folic Acid, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, October 18, 1970.
1970s2.3.
Manuscript, Typescript: Vietnam -- Nixon's Address of 7 October 1970, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, October 20, 1970.
1970s2.4.
Typescript, Notes, Abstract: Relevance of Chemistry to Problems of Today, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 11, 1970.
1970s2.5.
Typescript, Manuscript Notes: No Title, [re: "the destruction of crops in South Vietnam and the defoliation of trees"] KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, November 13, 1970.
1970s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Background Material: Science and World Problems, First Lecture, State University of New York -- Buffalo, November 16, 1970.
1970s2.7.
Typescript: Vitamins, KPFK, Los Angeles, California, December 1, 1970.
1970s2.8.
Typescript: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, December 5, 1970.
1970s2.9.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: Treating the Common Cold, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, December 14, 1970.
1970s2.10.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: About the Supersonic Transport, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, December 20, 1970.
1970s2.11.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: The Cost of Vitamins, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, December 21, 1970.
1970s2.12.
Typescript: Orthomolecular Medicine, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, 1970.
1970s2.13.
Typescript: Nutrition and Health, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, 1970.
1970s2.14.
Typescript: Molecular Disease, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, 1970.

1971s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1971.
1971s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Newspaper Clipping: Uranium Mining, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, January 21, 1971.
1971s.2.
Manuscript, Typescript: The FDA, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles, California, January 17, 1971.
1971s.3.
Press Release re: Vitamin C and the Common Cold and The Close-Packed-Spheron Model of Atomic Nuclei, No Location, March 3, 1971.
1971s.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Department of Pharmacology, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 7, 1971.
1971s.5.
Correspondence, Press Release, Background Material: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, CU Chemical-Physics Program, March 10, 1971; The Close-Packed Spheron Model of Atomic Nuclei, E.U. Condon Lecture, University of Colorado, Boulder, March 11, 1971.
1971s.6.
Correspondence: Orthomolecular Medicine, F.J. Toole Lectures, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada, March 29-30, 1971.
1971s.7.
Correspondence, Program: On Orthomolecular Medicine, remarks upon awarding of the First Annual Award of the American Schizophrenia Association, New York, April 2, 1971.
1971s.8.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Science and Society, Katherine Kearney Carpenter Memorial Lectures, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, April 5, 1971.
[Later Carpenter Lectures: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, April 7, 1971; Molecular Basis of Disease, April 9, 1971]
1971s.9.
Typescript: Robert Brainard Corey, Memorial Meeting, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, May 5, 1971.
1971s.10.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California, May 14, 1971.
1971s.11.
Program: No Title, KPBS's Strobe Guest Speaker, San Diego State University, California, May 15, 1971.
1971s.12.
Manuscript Notes: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, San Francisco-Oakland National Health Federation, San Francisco, California, May 23, 1971.
1971s.13.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, California AP Television-Radio Association, Santa Barbara, California, May 29, 1971.
1971s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Correspondence: The Basis for Decisions, Commencement Address, University of California, Berkeley, June 5, 1971.
1971s.15.
Typescript, Correspondence: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, American Schizophrenia Association, No Location, July 1971.
1971s.16.
Correspondence: No Title [re: "an account of sickle-cell disease and its importance to both biology and medicine"], Medical School, University of California at San Diego, October 2, 1971.
1971s.17.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, Stanford Medical Faculty Wives Club, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, October 26, 1971.
1971s.18.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Nutrition: Are We Overlooking an Important Way of Fighting Cancer?, Banquet Talk, Ben May Lab, Chicago, Illinois, November 4, 1971.
1971s.19.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Some Aspects of Molecular Medicine, First "Medical Scientist" Lecture, University of Washington Medical School, Seattle, Washington, December 5, 1971.

1972s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1972.
1972s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Orthomolecular Medicine, Banquet Address, National Health Federation, Los Angeles, California, January 14, 1972.
1972s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: The Impact of Molecular Information on Disease, Twentieth Annual Symposium on Blood, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan, January 20, 1972.
1972s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Correspondence, Program: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, American College of Physicians, Northern California and Nevada Regional Meeting, Monterey, California, February 25, 1972.
1972s.4.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds; Chemistry and Biology of Water; Sickle Cell Hemoglobin, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 28 - March 3, 1972.
1972s.5.
Itinerary, Ancillary Material: La Ciencia y el Futuro de La Humanidad, Associacion Quimica de Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico, March 7, 1972.
1972s.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Good Molecules and Good Health, [Thomas Lecture] and Molecular Biology and Molecular Medicine, [American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Meeting] Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, April 13-15, 1972.
1972s.7.
Correspondence: Some Aspects of Molecular Medicine, Fiftieth Anniversary of the Society of Sigma Xi - Iowa State University chapter, Ames, Iowa, April 17, 1972.
1972s.8.
Correspondence: Orthomolecular Medicine; Vitamin C and the Common Cold; Abnormal Hemoglobin Molecules in Relation to Disease, Renaud Lectures, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, April 19-21, 1972.
1972s.9.
Typescript, Correspondence: Aspects of Orthomolecular Medicine, Third Annual Krantz Lecture in Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, May 1, 1972.
1972s.10.
Correspondence, Background Material, Program: Vitamin C and the Common Cold, symposium on Current Concepts in Nutrition - Vitamins C and E, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, May 13, 1972.
1972s.11.
Correspondence: No Title, Institute for Medical Research colloquia series, San Jose, California, May 18, 1972.
1972s.12.
Typescript, Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Future of Medicine, Commencement Exercises, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, May 20, 1972.
1972s.13.
Manuscript, Program: Social Concerns of Linus Pauling, Hadley Lecture, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, May 24, 1972.
1972s.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Medicine of the Future, Commencement Address, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, May 26, 1972.
1972s.15.
Correspondence, Program: Orthomolecular Medicine, New Horizons in Preventive Medicine, International Academy of Preventive Medicine, Romulus, Michigan, October 14, 1972.
1972s.16.
Manuscript Notes: Orthomolecular Medicine, New York, October 17, 1972.
1972s.17.
Correspondence: Chemistry in Relation to Medicine, dedication ceremonies for new chemistry building, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, November 8, 1972.
1972s.18.
Correspondence: Health and Vitamin C, Ecology House, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 14, 1972.
1972s.19.
Correspondence, Program, Abstract: Some Aspects of Orthomolecular Medicine, symposium on The Biochemical Basis and Treatment of Schizophrenia, John Muir Memorial Hospital, Walnut Creek, California, December 2, 1972.

1973s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1973.
1973s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Pamphlet: The Prevention of Disease, Stanford University Public Lecture Series, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, January 9, 1973.
1973s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Nutrition and Disease, Stanford Women's Faculty Club, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, January 15, 1973.
1973s.3.
Flyer: No Title, [re: the role of vitamin C in health] National Health Federation, Anaheim, California, January 19, 1973.
1973s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Prolongation of Life, Banquet Speech, Gordon Conference on Aging, Santa Barbara, California, January 25, 1973.
1973s.5.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: sickle cell anemia] Veterans Administration Grand Rounds, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 1, 1973.
1973s.6.
Program, Ancillary Material: Science in an Asia without the Shadow of War, One Asia Assembly, New Delhi, India, February 5, 1973.
1973s.7.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 26 - March 2, 1973.
1973s.8.
Manuscript Notes, Program: Mental Disease, Acceptance of Horizon House Medal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 7, 1973.
1973s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: Nutrition and Health, Centennial Lecture, Drury College, Springfield, Missouri, March 9, 1973.
1973s.10.
Program: Emotional and Mental Diseases; Obesity; Preventing Cardio-vascular Disease, Panel discussions, Conference on Presenting New Dynamics in Preventive Medicine, International Academy of Preventive Medicine, Phoenix, Arizona, March 31 - April 1, 1973.
1973s.11.
Correspondence, Schedule: Nutritional and Theoretical Rationale for the Use of High Doses of Vitamins in the Treatment of Schizophrenia (and other mental illnesses), Department of Health, Education and Welfare workshop on the orthomolecular treatment approach to schizophrenia, Bethesda, Maryland, April 19, 1973.
1973s.12.
Manuscript Notes, Itinerary: Recent Advances in Orthomolecular Medicine, Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, May 2, 1973.
1973s.13.
Manuscript, Typescript, Flyer: Some Aspects of the Social Responsibility of Scientists, Sydney Group for Social Responsibility in Science, Sydney, Australia, May 7, 1973.
1973s.14.
Itinerary: Recent Advances in Orthomolecular Medicine, Research School of Chemistry, Canberra, Australia, May 16, 1973.
1973s.15.
Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Nutrition and Health, Sixth Russell Grimwade Lecture, Monash University, Clayton, Australia, May 18, 1973.
1973s.16.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, School of Medicine Commencement, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, June 10, 1973.
1973s.17.
Program, Invitation: No Title, Testimonial Dinner Honoring Joseph DeSilva, Beverly Hills, California, June 22, 1973.
1973s.18.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Abstract, Program, Flyer: Clinical Aspects of Ascorbic Acid, Warner-Lambert Lecture, American Association of Clinical Chemists, New York, July 16, 1973.
1973s.19.
Manuscript, Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: The J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Lecture, Los Alamos, New Mexico, July 23, 1973.
1973s.20.
Correspondence, Program, Press Release, Background Material: Report on the Study of Vitamin C and the Common Cold from the Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, Symposium on Vitamin C and the Common Cold, Seventh Industrial Affiliates Symposium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, August 7, 1973.
1973s.21.
Program, Certificate of Attendance: No Title, panelist for forums: "Preventing Mental Disease", "Hypoglycemia & Diabetes", "Aging Processes", "Preventing Aging" and "Preventive Medicine", International Academy of Preventive Medicine, Fall Seminar, Kansas City, Missouri, October 12-14, 1973.
1973s.22.
Manuscript Notes, Invitation: Early Developments in Molecular Biology, First Linus Pauling Lecture on Molecular Biology and Molecular Pharmacology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 1, 1973.
1973s.23.
Flyer: Vitamin C and Optimum Health, Cecil Brown Lecture, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, November 6, 1973.
1973s.24.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer: Structure of Metals and Alloys and The Vitamins and International Health, Nelson W. Taylor Lecture, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, November 8-9, 1973.
1973s.25.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Ultramolecular Structure Related to Anaesthesia and Orthomolecular Medicine, A. Wm. and Auston Friend Memorial Professorship, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, November 14-15, 1973.
1973s.26.
Correspondence, Program: Clinical Aspects of Vitamin C, American Academy of Pediatrics, Northern California Chapter, San Francisco, California, December 1, 1973.
1973s.27.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, Conference on The Impact of Psychopharmacology on Clinical and Psychological Theory, American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Palm Springs, California, December 5, 1973.

1974s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1974.
1974s.1.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 25 - March 1, 1974.
1974s.2.
Correspondence: Nutrition for Optimum Health, Cañada College, Redwood City, California, March 1, 1974.
1974s.3.
Typescripts, Program, Certificate of Attendance, Ancillary Material: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, International Academy of Preventative Medicine, Washington, D.C., March 8-10, 1974.
1974s.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes: No Title, appearance on "Not for Women Only -- Vitamins," NBC Studios, New York, March 12, 1974.
1974s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Aging and Death, Sixth Annual Symposium on Advanced Analytical Concepts for the Clinical Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Lab, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 14, 1974.
1974s.6.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: orthomolecular medicine] Veterans Administration Hospital, Palo Alto, California, March 29, 1974.
1974s.7.
Outline, Abstract, Program: Orthomolecular Medicine, Nutritional Symposium (The Ingestion Question), Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 31, 1974.
1974s.8.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Science in China Today; Vitamin C and the Common Cold; Nutrition, Leaders in America Program, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, April 3-4, 1974.
1974s.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes: No Title, World Organization for Human Potential, Dublin, Ireland, May 27, 1974.
1974s.10.
Typescript, Correspondence, Press Release, Program, Ancillary Material: Clinical Aspects of Ascorbic Acid, American College of Nutrition Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, June 22, 1974.
1974s.11.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: Joseph Priestley] Program for CBS Bicentennial Minutes, No Location, August 1, 1974.
1974s.12.
Correspondence: No Title, luncheon meeting, Syntex Corporation, Palo Alto, California, September 19, 1974.
1974s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Nutrition in Relation to Health and Disease, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, September 23, 1974.
1974s.14.
Manuscript Notes: Structure of Nuclei, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, September 24, 1974.
1974s.15.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary, Certificate of Attendance, Ancillary Material: Preventive Orthomolecular Medicine, International Academy of Preventive Medicine, Houston, Texas, October 12, 1974.
1974s.16.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and Good Health, University of California, Santa Cruz, October 17, 1974.
1974s.17.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: Hemoglobinopathies] Medical Grand Rounds, Veteran's Administration Hospital, Palo Alto, California, October 24, 1974.
1974s.18.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) as an Antiviral and Antibacterial Agent; Sickle-Cell Anemia and Other Molecular Diseases; Orthomolecular Medicine, Troy C. Daniels Lectures, University of California, San Francisco, October 29-31, 1974.
1974s.19.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Orthomolecular Medicine and Obesity, Academy of Bariatric Physcians, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 3, 1974.
1974s.20.
Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Current Concepts on Vitamin C, California Academy of Family Physicians, San Francisco, California, November 10, 1974.
1974s.21.
Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: Orthomolecular Diagnosis, Semmelweis Lectureship, Semmelweis Award Meeting, New York, November 15, 1974.
1974s.22.
Correspondence: Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Southern California Psychiatric Society, December 9, 1974.

1975s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1975.
1975s.1.
Correspondence: Nutrition and Our Future Good Health, 125th Anniversary Series: Man and His Future, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, January 13, 1975.
1975s.2.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, at the conference The Majesty of Man: A Symposium Celebrating Humanity, Panel Discussion, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, January 24, 1975.
1975s.3.
Correspondence, Program, Notes: History of Crystallography, Athenaeum, Crystallography: its Role in Science and Technology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 20, 1975.
1975s.4.
Program, Correspondence: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 3-6, 1975.
1975s.5.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program: Vitamin Therapy: Myths and Realities, Stanford Day College on Nutrition and Health, San Francisco, California, March 8, 1975.
1975s.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Medicine, 3M Company, St. Paul, Minnesota, March 10, 1975.
1975s.7.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: No Title, [re: "Man, Science, Society: An Alliance of Hope"] Banquet Address, National Science Teachers Association, Los Angeles, California, March 22, 1975.
1975s.8.
Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Program: Molecules in Relation to Health and Disease and Structural Chemistry of Atomic Nuclei, The Third International Congress of The Iranian Chemical Society, March 29 - April 1, 1975.
1975s.9.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Chemistry, Society and Nature, Osborne Award Ceremony, Barcelona, Spain, April 11, 1975.
1975s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: What Will You Do with Your Lives?, Commencement, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 5, 1975.
1975s.11.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes: Vitamins and Preventive Medicine, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, California, May 15, 1975.
1975s.12.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Nature of the Chemical Bond, Pioneers in Chemistry Award, American Institute of Chemists, Boston, Massachusetts, May 22, 1975.
1975s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Bulletin: Extending the Vigorous Years, Intra-Science Research Foundation, Los Angeles, California, May 28, 1975.
1975s.14.
Correspondence: No Title, Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan, September 23, 1975.
1975s.15.
Manuscript, Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Ancillary Material: Reverence for Life -- We Must Throw Off the Yoke of Militarism to Achieve Albert Schweitzer's Goal for the World, Keynote Address, Dr. Albert Schweitzer's Centennial Birth Anniversary Commemoration Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, September 25, 1975.
1975s.16.
Itinerary: Dr. Schweitzer and the Way to World Peace, Hiroshima Ishikaikan Conference Hall, Hiroshima, Japan, September 27, 1975; Development of Science and the Future of Mankind, Jogakuin High School, Hiroshima, Japan, September 28, 1975.
1975s.17.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Ancillary Material: Orthomolecular Medicine, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan, September 29, 1975.
1975s.18.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Awe of Life [?], Nagasaki University School of Medicine, Nagasaki, Japan, October 1, 1975.
1975s.19.
Correspondence, Non-Pauling Typescript, Schedule: No Title, [re: vitamin C] Tokai University, Tokyo, Japan, October 2, 1975.
1975s.20.
Correspondence, Notes: No Title, [re: science and peace] appearance with Angel Bolevskij, Nikolaj Basov and Dgermen Gvishiany on Soviet television, "Studio 9"; recorded October 14, broadcast October 21, 1975.
1975s.21.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Ancillary Material: No Title, 250th Anniversary of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Moscow and Leningrad, USSR, October 5-16, 1975.
[celebration was canceled by the USSR]
1975s.22.
Correspondence, Program: Albert Szent-Györgyi and Vitamin C, Search and Discovery -- a Symposium Dedicated to Albert Szent-Györgyi, New York Academy of Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts, October 17, 1975.
1975s.23.
Correspondence, Poster: Nutrition and Health, Roger G. Hart Memorial Lecture, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, Livermore, California, November 18, 1975.
1975s.24.
Correspondence: Structure of the Compounds of the Transition Metals, University of Oslo, Norway, December 16, 1975.

1976s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1976.
1976s.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, panelist for presentation on "Vitamin C in Health and Disease", Dallas Mid-Winter Dental Clinic, Dallas, Texas, January 25, 1976.
1976s.2.
Typescript, Press Release: What Should Be Our Goals?, Senate Committee on Government Operations, Hearings on "Our Third Century: Directions", Washington, D.C., February 6, 1976.
1976s.3.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Press Release, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: What Should Be Our Goals?, "Our Third Century: Directions", Symposium of the Senate Government Operations Committee, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1976.
1976s.4.
Pauling and Non-Pauling Transcript, Typescript: The Genetics of Scurvy and the Cancer Problem [by Irwin Stone]; Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, San Francisco Meeting of the California Orthomolecular Medical Society, February 14, 1976.
1976s.5.
Correspondence, Flyer: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, Lectureship in the Allied Health Sciences, Temple University Health Sciences Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 18, 1976.
1976s.6.
Manuscript Notes, Itinerary: Science and the Well-Being of Man, Johns Hopkins University Centennial Symposium on the Impact of the Natural Sciences on Society, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, February 20, 1976.
1976s.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Abstract, Ancillary Material: Quantum Mechanics, Chemistry and Life, Symposium on Fifty Years of Quantum Mechanics, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Boston, Massachusetts, February 23, 1976.
1976s.8.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 1-4, 1976.
1976s.9.
Correspondence, Flyer: Orthomolecular Medicine, The Quest for Holistic Medicine: An Exploration of Health Care Alternatives, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 2, 1976.
1976s.10.
Program, Invitation: No Title, Pre-Centennial Cocktail Party and Dinner, 1877-1976, Committee to Honor the Paulings, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, California, March 6, 1976.
1976s.11.
Correspondence, Press Release: The Goal for the United States -- Steps Toward World Disarmament, American Russian Institute, San Francisco, California, March 27, 1976.
1976s.12.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Ancillary Material: What Can We Expect for Chemistry in the Next 100 Years?, American Chemical Society Centennial Address, New York, April 5, 1976.
1976s.13.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Reflections, Giants in Chemical Education, Centennial Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York, April 6, 1976.

1976s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1976.
1976s2.1.
Transcript, Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary, Figures, Ancillary Material: Perspectives in Chemical Bonding and Chemical Structure, American Chemical Society, New York, April 7, 1976.
1976s2.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: Bond Orbitals in Transition-Metal and Transargononic Compounds, Mathers Lectures, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 12, 1976.
1976s2.3.
Correspondence, Program: Nutrition and Optimum Health, Anaheim Scientific Session, Anaheim, California, April 24, 1976.
1976s2.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Pamphlet: Vitamin C and Cancer, University of Kansas Medical Center College of Health Sciences and Hospital, Lawrence, Kansas, May 5, 1976.
1976s2.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Ancillary Material: Science and the Future, Spencer Lecture, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, May 7, 1976.
1976s2.6.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamins and Health, University of California, Berkeley, May 14, 1976.
1976s2.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, Northwest Academy of Preventive Medicine, Bellevue, Washington, May 23, 1976.
1976s2.8.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: The Helsinki Declaration and East-West Exchange. An Appraisal, [Panel discussion on US-Soviet Relations in a World Perspective] The Dickenson Symposia, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 27, 1976.
1976s2.9.
Correspondence: Vitamins and Health, California Section of the American Chemical Society, Berkeley, California, June 4, 1976.
1976s2.10.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The Brain and Behavior: A General View, Seminar on the Role of Physiologic Treatments in Psychiatry, Society of Biological Psychiatry, San Francisco, California, June 9, 1976.
1976s2.11.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Science and Human Values, Commencement, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan, June 11, 1976.
1976s2.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, Menie Brereton Lecture, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, June 24, 1976.

1976s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1976.
1976s3.1.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamins, Health and Disease, Ross General Hospital, Ross, California, July 6, 1976.
1976s3.2.
Abstract, Correspondence, Invitation: Vitamins and Health, the Comstock Club, Sacramento, California, July 19, 1976.
1976s3.3.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Newspaper Clipping: Vitamins and Health, Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, California, August 30, 1976.
1976s3.4.
Itinerary: No Title, presentation of the National Medal of Science, The White House, Washington, D.C., September 18, 1976.
1976s3.5.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: World Nutrition: A Challenge to Mankind, World Affairs Council of Northern California, San Francisco, California, September 26, 1976.
1976s3.6.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Ancillary Material: Chemistry, the Past Century and the Next, The Royal Institution, London, England, October 22, 1976.
1976s3.7.
Manuscript Notes: Complexes of Transition Metals, Physics and Chemistry Club, University College, London, England, October 26, 1976.
1976s3.8.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Orthomolecular Medicine, Southern California Section, American Society for Microbiology, San Diego, California, November 6, 1976.
1976s3.9.
Typescript, Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Arthur Amos Noyes, Robert A. Welch Foundation Conference on Chemical Research, American Chemistry Bicentennial, Houston, Texas, November 9, 1976.
1976s3.10.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Changing Priorities for the Next 100 Years, roundtable discussion with Rene Dubos and Dixy Lee Ray, at the awarding of the Eleventh Annual Pauling Award, Pacific Science Center, Seattle, Washington, November 14, 1976.
1976s3.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: Developments in Science in the Next 100 Years, John T. Hodgen Lecture, Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, November 23, 1976.
1976s3.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: The Future of Chemistry, Phi Beta Kappa Symposium, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, December 3, 1976.
1976s3.13.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, Graduate Students of the Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, December 6, 1976.

1977s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1977.
1977s.1.
Manuscript Notes: Molecular Complementariness and Biological Specificity, University of California, Irvine, January 25, 1977.
1977s.2.
Manuscript: Complexes, University of California, Irvine, January 26, 1977.
1977s.3.
Manuscript Notes: Extensive Evidence for Complementariness, University of California, Irvine, February 2, 1977.
1977s.4.
Manuscript Notes: Transition Metal Complexes, University of California, Irvine, February 2, 1977.
1977s.5.
Manuscript Notes: Orthomolecular Medicine, Forum Lunch Club, University of California, Irvine, February 3, 1977.
1977s.6.
Manuscript Notes: Complementariness in Crystallization, University of California, Irvine, February 3, 1977.
1977s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamin C and the Control of Disease, University of California, Irvine, February 7, 1977.
1977s.8.
Correspondence, Poster: Vitamins and Your Health, Zarem Lecture, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California, February 9, 1977.
1977s.9.
Program: Progress in Orthomolecular Medicine, California Orthomolecular Medical Society, Berkeley, California February 19, 1977.
1977s.10.
Correspondence, Program: Progress in Orthomolecular Medicine, American Crystallographic Association, Asilomar Conference, Monterrey, California, February 24, 1977.
1977s.11.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 28 - March 3, 1977.
1977s.12.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamin Therapy: Myths and Realities, Stanford Day Conference on Nutrition and Health -- The Ingestion Question, San Francisco, California, March 12, 1977.
1977s.13.
Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary: Nature of the Bonds in Complexes of Transition Metals, American Chemical Society Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 21, 1977.
1977s.14.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: the merits of ascorbic acid] St. Rose Hospital, Menlo Park, California, April 12, 1977.
1977s.15.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: Orthomolecular Medicine, [two lectures delivered on seminar cruise, April 14 and April 17] Mexico Cruise for Preventive Medicine Doctors, Los Angeles to Acapulco, Mexico, April 13-18, 1977.
1977s.16.
Correspondence: Nutrition and Immunology, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C., April 20, 1977.
1977s.17.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Figures: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 22, 1977.
1977s.18.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Can Man Survive?, Commencement Address, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, May 14, 1977.

1977s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1977.
1977s2.1.
Typescript, Correspondence, Notes, Program: Ascorbic Acid and the Dying Patient, Second National Training Conference for Physicians on Psychosocial Care of the Dying Patient, Cancer Research Institute and the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, California, June 4, 1977.
1977s2.2.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: The Reykjavik Imperative on the Environment and the Future of Man, United Nations Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 11, 1977.
1977s2.3.
Program, Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, Ninth Meeting of Nobel Prize Winners for Chemistry, Lindau, West Germany, June 28, 1977.
1977s2.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, Rachel Carson Award, Convention of the National Nutritional Foods Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, July 17, 1977.
1977s2.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, Distinguished Service Award, Summer Commencement Exercises, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, August 13, 1977.
1977s2.6.
Correspondence, Program: Inorganic Structures, Special Summer Symposium on Quantum Chemistry Commemorating the Accomplishments of William T. Simpson, Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, August 13, 1977.
1977s2.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Visual Aides: Early Ideas on Hydrogen Bonding and Protein Structure, Maurice L. Huggins Symposium, Polytechnic Institute of New York, October 15, 1977.
1977s2.8.
Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C - How Much is Enough?, Controversies in Nutrition Roundtable Discussion, Boronda Ranch, Palo Alto, California, November 7, 1977.
1977s2.9.
Correspondence, Flyer: Vitamin C and Cancer, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Walnut Creek, California, November 17, 1977.
1977s2.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: No Title, [re: impingement upon civil liberties in LP's life; Dodd subcommittee, etc.] Program on "The Right to Dissent", Bill of Rights Celebration Day, American Civil Liberties Union, San Francisco, California, December 11, 1977.

1978s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1978.
1978s.1.
Program, Newsletter: Clinical Uses of Vitamin C, Orthomolecular Medical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, January 21, 1978.
1978s.2.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; The Biology of Water; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 27 - March 3, 1978.
1978s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: Early History of Hemoglobin Structure, Hemes and Hemoglobin Experimental and Theoretical Studies, Symposium on Sickle-Cell Anemia, in dedication of the Chemistry Research Building, Third College, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, March 4, 1978.
1978s.4.
Correspondence: No Title, World Congress on Vitamin C, Palm Springs, California, March 18, 1978.
[LP did not attend, but did compose a videotaped statement which was presented at the conference]
1978s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Certificate of Attendance: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, Fifth Cuban Congress on Oncology, Instituto Nacional de Oncologia y Radiobiologia, Havana, Cuba, March 23, 1978.
1978s.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Structure of Compounds of Transition Metals, E. Bright Wilson Symposium, Washington, D.C., March 29, 1978.
1978s.7.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Ascorbic Acid in Relationship to Disease, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Roche Research Chapter, Nutley, New Jersey, March 30, 1978.
1978s.8.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Hemoglobin Molecules and Molecular Evolution and Vitamin C and Cancer, Roy E. Moon Distinguished Lectureship in Science, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas, April 3-4, 1978.
1978s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Nutrition and Health, Science Achievement Day, Wilmington College, New Castle, Delaware, April 11, 1978.
1978s.10.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: Molecular Diseases, Conference on Telemedicine, St. George's University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies, April 28, 1978.
1978s.11.
Correspondence, Proceedings, Program, Notes, Background Material: Three Equivalent Orbitals, Conference on Telemedicine, St. George's University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies, April 29, 1978.
1978s.12.
Correspondence, Program, Proceedings, Itinerary: Nutrition and Health, Community Health - Education, Prevention and Action, sponsored by the AFL-CIO, Washington, D.C., May 15, 1978.

1978s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1978.
1978s2.1.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program: Orthomolecular Enhancement of Human Development, awarding of the Statuette with Pedestal of the International Forum for Neurological Organization to Ewan Cameron, by the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, Palo Alto, California, May 18, 1978.
1978s2.2.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: Vitamin C and Cancer, Fourth Annual Workshop in the Management of Cancer, Institute for Cancer and Blood Research, Beverly Hills, California, May 20, 1978.
1978s2.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Properties of Ascorbic Acid, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 24, 1978.
1978s2.4.
Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Orthomolecular Medicine, Nutrition and Health: Myths and Realities, A Continuing Education Symposium, San Francisco, California, June 3, 1978.
1978s2.5.
Correspondence, Typescript, Itinerary: Nutrition, Symposium sponsored by the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, Warm Springs, Oregon, June 16, 1978.
1978s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Introductory Talk, Second International Vitamin C Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 24, 1978.
1978s2.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Role of Vitamin C in Cancer Research, Second International Vitamin C Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 25, 1978.
1978s2.8.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Importance of the Concentrations of Substances, From Cyclotrons to Cytochromes: A Symposium in Honor of Martin Kamen's 65th Birthday, Scripps Institute, La Jolla, California, August 30, 1978.
1978s2.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Ascorbic Acid in Relation to Disease, Symposia on Hypertension, Peptides and Cyclic Nucleotides, at the Sixth International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry, University of Sussex, Brighton, England, September 4, 1978.
1978s2.10.
Manuscript Notes: LP After-banquet Speech, University of Sussex, Brighton, England, September 6, 1978.

1978s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1978.
1978s3.1.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary: Orthomolecular and Toximolecular Medicine Compared, Shemyakin Symposium on Frontiers in Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Moscow, USSR, September 25, 1978.
1978s3.2.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: Arthur Amos Noyes and the Research Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Karl Taylor Compton Lecture, Department of Chemistry 75th Anniversary, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, November 17, 1978.
1978s3.3.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, Louis Pasteur Humanitarian Award, Intra-Science Research Foundation, Los Angeles, California, October 20, 1978.
1978s3.4.
Correspondence: Nutrition and Health, Harvard Club of the Peninsula, at the Stanford Faculty Club, Palo Alto, California, November 15, 1978.
1978s3.5.
Typescript, Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings: Nutrition and Cancer, Annual Membership Meeting of the Dermatology Foundation, San Francisco, California, December 2, 1978.
1978s3.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Ascorbic Acid and Immune Surveillance, Scientific Assembly of the American Medical Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 9, 1978.

1979s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1979.
1979s.1.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C and Cancer, M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, Houston, Texas, January 11, 1979.
1979s.2.
Correspondence, Program: Surgical Nutrition, Sixth Annual Santa Clara County Surgical Seminar, San Jose, California, January 12, 1979.
1979s.3.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Invitation: Vitamin C and Cancer, Third Annual Seminar on Frontiers in Immunology, Hematology and Neoplastic Diseases, Bellflower, California, February 21, 1979.
1979s.4.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 26 - March 1, 1979.
1979s.5.
Program, Newspaper Clipping: Recent Work on Vitamin C and Cancer, Orthomolecular Medical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 3, 1979.
1979s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Dietary Goals for the United States as Proposed by the Senate Select Subcommittee on Nutrition and Human Needs, Washington Society for Preventive Dentistry, Seattle, Washington, March 10, 1979.
1979s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Albert Einstein, Einstein Symposium: The Joys of Research, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., March 17, 1979.
1979s.8.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Notes, Background Material: Vitamin C and Cancer, Cancer Center of Hawaii Dedication, Honolulu, March 26, 1979.
1979s.9.
Manuscript Notes, Transcript, Introduction, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: The Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules, The William T. Lippincott Symposium: Prospects and Retrospects in Chemical Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 3, 1979.

1979s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1979.
1979s2.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Background Materials: Address by Dr. Linus Pauling to Senate of the Tenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii on April 4, 1979.
[re: nuclear energy]
1979s2.2.
Correspondence, Notes: A New Concept in the Treatment of Cancer, Redwood City, California, April 17, 1979.
1979s2.3.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, NAS Award in Chemical Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Award Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 23, 1979.
1979s2.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: My Address, Award of Merit, Decalogue Society of Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, April 29, 1979.
1979s2.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: 2001 A.D. -- The Future of Science and Mankind: Paradise Lost or Found?, Central State University, Edmond, Oklahoma, May 1, 1979.
1979s2.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: Vitamin C and Cancer, Burton K. Wheeler Lecture Series, Bozeman, Montana, May 4, 1979.
1979s2.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Nutrition and Disease, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, University of California, Riverside, May 17, 1979.
1979s2.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, "The Biology of Cancer" lecture series, University of California, Santa Cruz, May 23, 1979.
1979s2.9.
Correspondence, Course Syllabus: The Role of Vitamin C in Preventing Cancer, Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, California, May 27, 1979.
1979s2.10.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Medicine, Nutrition and Health program, Los Angeles, California, June 2, 1979.
1979s2.11.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Press Release: The Future of Medicine, Commencement Address, University of California, Davis Medical School, June 8, 1979.
1979s2.12.
Correspondence, Program: Reminiscences and Career Highlights, Banquet of the Golden Plate, American Academy of Achievement, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 21, 1979.
1979s2.13.
Correspondence, Program: Response, "Peace, Bread and Life", a program in honor of Ava Helen and Linus Pauling, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, University of California, Santa Cruz, June 30, 1979.
1979s2.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: New Developments in Nutrition Research by the Linus Pauling Institute, Conference of the National Nutritional Foods Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, July 15, 1979.
1979s2.15.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Relationship of Ascorbic Acid to Pathophysiological Tissue Changes, Vitamin C in Relation to Drug Action Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, July 17-20, 1979.
1979s2.16.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: vitamin C and cancer?] Amsterdam, Holland, July 24, 1979.
1979s2.17.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: sickle cell hemoglobin] Stanford University Medical Center, Division of Nephrology, Palo Alto, California, August 1979.
1979s2.18.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Introduction: No Title, awarding of the Howard Vollum Award, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, September 11, 1979.
1979s2.19.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: Ascorbic Acid as a Therapeutic Agent in Cancer and Reflections on the Acceptance and Rejections of New Theories by the Scientific Establishment, Conference on New Horizons in Holistic Health, International Academy of Preventive Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, September 13-16, 1979.
[Pauling also received the Tom Spies Memorial Award]

1979s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1979.
1979s3.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, Ground-breaking ceremony for the chemistry unit of the new science facility, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, October 5, 1979.
1979s3.2.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Itinerary: Chemistry, Nutrition and Health, dedication of the Karl Dittmer Laboratory of Chemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, October 26, 1979.
1979s3.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Transcript, Proceedings, Program, Schedule: The Crisis in Research: Reform the Grant System, Institute for Natural Philosophy, Princeton, New Jersey, October 28, 1979.
1979s3.4.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Preventive Medicine, Health and Biomedical Science Lecture Series, University of California, Los Angeles, October 31, 1979.
1979s3.5.
Typescripts, Correspondence, Reprint, Newsletters, Itinerary: No Title, Foundation for Nutritional Advancement Board Meeting and Dinner Honoring Dr. Roger Williams, Austin, Texas, November 5, 1979.
1979s3.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Convocation Address[LP Received Honorary Fellow Degree]; Update on Vitamin C, Convention of the American College of Osteopathic Internists, Coronado, California, November 14-15, 1979.
1979s3.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamins and Stress, Second International Symposium on the Management of Stress, Monte Carlo, Monaco, November 21, 1979.
1979s3.8.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Acceptance Speech [re: cancer], National Institute of Social Sciences, New York, December 6, 1979 [LP awarded Gold Medal].

1980s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1980.
1980s.1.
Correspondence, Program, Article: No Title [Pauling acted as chairperson for the morning session], Ending the Nuclear Arms Race, 1980 American Association of Atomic Scientists Conference, San Francisco, California, January 5, 1980.
1980s.2.
Transcript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Bond Lengths and Bond Strengths; Historical Perspective, Conference on the Structural Chemistry of Complex Solids, Arizona State University, Castle Hot Springs, Arizona, January 22-23, 1980.
1980s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Slide Notes: Early Work in Immunology in Pasadena, Dan H. Campbell Memorial Lecture, Nineteenth Midwinter Immunology Conference, Pasadena, California, January 27, 1980.
1980s.4.
Correspondence, Programs, Reprint, Itinerary: Percy T. Magan Memorial Lectureship: Vitamin C and Human Cancer; The Synergy of Neurons and Anesthetic Gases, 48th Annual Postgraduate Convention, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, February 5, 1980.
1980s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Crystallography, A.L. Patterson Memorial Lecture, Institute for Cancer Research, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 19, 1980 .
[Pauling also spoke informally on Vitamin C and Cancer on February 20, 1980].
1980s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Schedule: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California, February 25-27, 1980.
1980s.7.
Correspondence, Poster: No Title, Medical Grand Rounds, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, March 7, 1980.
1980s.8.
Correspondence, Programs, Schedule, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C and Cancer, B.R. Baker Memorial Lecture, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Santa Barbara, March 12, 1980.
1980s.9.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamin C and Cancer, Orthomolecular Medical Society, San Francisco, California, March 16, 1980.
1980s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Relation Between Nutrition and Long Life, Life Planning Center, Kamioka Kozan Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan, March 31, 1980.
No Title [speech at opening ceremony], Tachiarai Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan, April 1, 1980.
1980s.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Schedule: Vitamin C and Cancer, Society of Japan Agricultural Chemistry, Department of Food Science and Technology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, April 2, 1980.
1980s.12.
Correspondence, Abstract, Sheet of Silk Paper, Ancillary Material: What Can We Expect for Chemistry in the Next 100 Years?, The Chemical Society of Japan, Osaka, Japan, April 4, 1980.
1980s.13.
Correspondence, Schedule, Itinerary: Prevention of Diseases - Vitamin C, Cancer and the Common Cold, The Life Planning Center, Tokyo, Japan, April 9, 1980.
Special Lecture on Vitamin C, Vitamin C Research Committee of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, April 8, 1980.
1980s.14.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and Cancer, Medical Grand Rounds, Veterans Administration Medical Center, San Francisco, California, May 6, 1980.
1980s.15.
Correspondence, Program, Article: Vitamin C and Cancer, "Political Issues of the Decade," the President's Lecture Series, co-sponsored by "Biology of Cancer" course, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California, May 6, 1980.
1980s.16.
Manuscript, Transcript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Next 100 Years, Commencement Address, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 11, 1980.

1980s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1980.
1980s2.1.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping: Science, Technology, and Peace, Technology and Change Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, May 20, 1980.
1980s2.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, 121st Commencement of New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York, June 3, 1980.
1980s2.3.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Chemistry and Mankind; Vitamin C and Cancer, 63rd Canadian Chemical Conference and Exhibition, Chemical Institute of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, June 8, 1980, June 10, 1980.
1980s2.4.
Correspondence, Flyer: You and Your Health, College of Marin, Kentfield, California, June 14, 1980.
1980s2.5.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: Vitamin C and cancer?] 248th Seminar of the Parker School for Professional Success, Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation, San Francisco, California, July 4, 1980.
1980s2.6.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: nutrition and cancer] Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, July 9, 1980.
1980s2.7.
Correspondence: No Title, First Annual Summer Lectureship, House Officers of Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, July 11, 1980 [LP may not have spoken].
1980s2.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C and Anticarcinogenesis, Fourth International Symposium on the Prevention and Detection of Cancer, London, England, July 30, 1980.
1980s2.9.
Correspondence, Notes, Program: No Title, Opening Remarks; Closing Remarks, Symposium of the 180th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, "Ascorbic Acid: Chemistry, Metabolism, and Uses," San Francisco, California, August 27, 1980.
1980s2.10.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Poster, Notes, Itinerary: No Title, Opening Speech; Incidence of Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Hairless Mice Irradiated with Ultraviolet Light in Relation to Intake of Ascorbic Acid; Vitamin C and Cancer [Paper by Ewan Cameron presented by LP]; No Title, Final Speech, Third International Vitamin C Symposium, Sao Paulo, Brazil, September 8, 1980, September 10, 1980.
1980s2.11.
Correspondence, Notes, Certificate, Program: No Title, Opening and Closing Speeches, First International Symposium on Recent Advances in Vitamins, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 11-12, 1980.
1980s2.12.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Newsletter: Vitamins and the Heart, 50th Annual Physicians' Postgraduate Symposium on Cardiovascular Diseases, American Heart Association, San Francisco Chapter, San Francisco, California, September 25, 1980.
1980s2.13.
Correspondence, Slide Notes: Vitamin C and Cancer, Palo Alto Rotary Club, Palo Alto, California, October 6, 1980.
1980s2.14.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Typescript, Transcript of Introductions, Poster, Newsletter, Menus: No Title, State Dinner of the Lotos Club, New York, October 11, 1980.
1980s2.15.
Correspondence, Abstracts, Typescripts, Program, Schedule, Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping: Cancer and Vitamin C, Cancer Dialogue '80, Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Rhinebeck, New York, October 17, 1980.
1980s2.16.
Notes: No Title, [re: vitamin C] WNIX, Norfolk, Virginia, October 30, 1980.
1980s2.17.
Correspondence, Programs, Notes, Itinerary: Arms Control and the Journey to Detente, [panel member] Conference on the Presidency of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, November 13, 1980.
1980s2.18.
Correspondence: Our Evening with Linus Pauling, sponsored by the Committee of Concerned Citizens Over the Increase of Degenerative Diseases, Leisure World, California, March 6, 1980.
1980s2.19.
Correspondence: Nutrition and Cancer, Physics Department Colloquium, San Francisco State University, California, December 8, 1980.

1981s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1981.
1981s.1.
Correspondence, Program: Cancer and Vitamin C, 26th Annual Convention of the National Health Federation, Long Beach, California, January 17, 1981.
1981s.2.
Correspondence, Flyer: No Title, Senior Forum, Senior Center of Palo Alto, California, January 21, 1981.
1981s.3.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Introduction, Itinerary: Treatment of Old Age, International Symposium on Heart Metabolic Dysfunction, Mexico City, Mexico, January 30, 1981.
1981s.4.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Newspaper Clippings: No Title, [re: "Peace in the Eighties"] The Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Oakland, California, February 7, 1981.
1981s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C: its Role in Health and Diseases, Ninth Annual Family Practice Symposium, Costa Mesa, California, February 21, 1981.
1981s.6.
Correspondence, Program: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance; Evolution of Proteins; Nutrition, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 23-25, 1981.
1981s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C and Cancer: the Unanswered Questions, Mini Conference on Diet, Nutrition and Cancer, National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C., March 9, 1981.
1981s.8.
Manuscript Notes, Offprint, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Health and Welfare of Children: Future Directions, Sixth Annual Conference of the Quebec Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, Montreal, Canada, March 19, 1981.
1981s.9.
Correspondence: No Title, presentation at the Quarterly Staff Dinner of the Permanente Medical Group, Hayward, California, March 24, 1981.
1981s.10.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Testimonial to Paul Emmett, Spring Meeting of the California Catalysis Society, SRI International, Menlo Park, California, March 26, 1981.
1981s.11.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Publication: Vitamin C and Health, Falconbridge Lecture, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada, April 7, 1981.
1981s.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Future of Medicine, presented to the hospital trustees of Laurentian University, [?] Sudbury, Canada, April 8, 1981.
1981s.13.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Nutrition and Cancer, 1st Asian and Pacific Chemistry Congress, Singapore National Institute of Chemistry, April 28, 1981 [Chemical Bonds formed by Transition Metals also given].

1981s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1981.
1981s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: Vitamin C and Genitourinary Cancer, 5th John K. Lattimer Lecture, American Urology Association, Boston, Massachusetts, May 12, 1981.
1981s2.2.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program: Nutrition and the Future of Medicine, Bard College Award in Medicine and Science, Harvard Club, New York, May 15, 1981.
1981s2.3.
Correspondence, Lecture Schedule: Nutrition: Current Trends in Research, Biology of Cancer Lecture Series, University of California, Santa Cruz, May 23, 1981.
1981s2.4.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Notion of Vitamins, International Conference on Human Nutrition, Tokyo, Japan, June 1, 1981.
1981s2.5.
Transcript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, Opening Remarks, International Conference on Nutrition, Tianjin, China, June 6, 1981.
1981s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Ancillary Material: Chemical Bonds in Transition Metals, Peking University, Peking, China, June 12, 1981.
1981s2.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Abstract, Background and Ancillary Material: Vitamin C in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer, Meeting of the Nobel Prize Winners, Lindau, Germany, July 1, 1981.
1981s2.8.
Correspondence: No Title, Symposium on Scientists and Peace, Academy of the Socialist Republic of Romania, Bucharest, Romania, September 4-5, 1981 [Pauling did not attend, but did compose a statement to be read at the conference].
1981s2.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Publication: Vitamins and Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Nursing in the '80's: New Frontiers, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, September 11, 1981.
1981s2.10.
Program, Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: Vitamins and Health, George Gamow Memorial Lectures, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, September 22, 1981.
1981s2.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary: A Day with Linus Pauling -- Vitamin C and cancer prevention and cancer treatment, What has been learned from animal experiments, How the patient responds to treatment, University of California, San Diego, September 25, 1981.
1981s2.12.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping: Vitamin C and Cancer, at the dedication of the Linus Pauling Science Center, Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Oregon, October 5, 1981.
1981s2.13.
Program: No Title, Comments by LP, Response by AHP, Ralph Atkinson Civil Liberties Award Honoring Ava Helen Pauling, Monterey, California, November 1, 1981.
1981s2.14.
Program, Itinerary: No Title, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine 10k Benefit Run, Los Angeles Zoo, California, November 7, 1981.
1981s2.15.
Poster: Vitamin C, Third International Symposium on The Management of Stress, Tokyo, Japan, November 15-18, 1981.
1981s2.16.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: Vitamin C and Health, Pacific Coast College Health Association, San Jose, California, November 24, 1981.

1982s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1982.
1982s.1.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, Ian Black Memorial Lecture, United General Hospital, Mt. Vernon, Washington, January 15, 1982.
1982s.2.
Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: No Title, Keynote Address, The Oregon State Chapter of Delta Upsilon Sixtieth Anniversary Banquet, Corvallis, Oregon, January 16, 1982.
1982s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Press Release, Invitations, Itinerary: Fight Against Militarism and for World Peace, American Civil Liberties Union, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 30, 1982.
1982s.4.
Programs: No Title, A Benefit for Cancer Research, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, The Stanford Court, San Francisco, California, February 2, 1982.
1982s.5.
Newsletter re: Vitamin C, American Chemical Society - Santa Clara Valley Section, Menlo Park, California, February 18, 1982.
1982s.6.
Correspondence: Chemical Bonds of Biological Importance, Basic Science for Clinicians, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 22, 1982 [LP declined to give talk].
1982s.7.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer, First International Conference on the Modulation and Mediation of Cancer by Vitamins, University of Arizona, Tucson, February 23, 1982.
1982s.8.
Flyer: The Structure of Compounds of Transition Metals, Department of Chemistry, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, Palo Alto, California, February 24, 1982.
1982s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background and Ancillary Material: Genetic Engineering -- Pro's and Con's, 33rd Annual Engineering and Science Day, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1, 1982.
1982s.10.
Correspondence, Program, Press Release, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: New Knowledge About Nutrition and Health, Edward J. O'Donnell Distinguished Lecture Series, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 3, 1982.
1982s.11.
Program, Itinerary, Background Material: The Promise of Preventive and Orthomolecular Medicine, Seeley G. Mudd Building Dedication, University of Denver, Colorado, March 5, 1982.
1982s.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Prevention and Treatment of Cancer with Vitamin C, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 22, 1982.
1982s.13.
Correspondence: Clinical Nutrition, Health Sciences Center of the School of Dentistry, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1982.
1982s.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyers, Newsletter: Nutrition Panel Discussion, Natural Foods Exposition, Anaheim, California, March 29, 1982.
1982s.15.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Offprint, Background Material, Itinerary, Visual Aides: G.N. Lewis and the Nature of the Chemical Bond, Gilbert Newton Lewis Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 31, 1982.

1982s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1982.
1982s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: Molecular Disease and Orthomolecular Medicine; Vitamin C and Infectious Diseases; Vitamin C and Cancer; Cost of Vitamin C, John Danz Lectures, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, April 6-12, 1982.
1982s2.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Press Releases, Background Material: No Title, Nutrition Luncheon Meeting, April 23, 1982; No Title, remarks for commencement exercises, April 24, 1982, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida.
1982s2.3.
Typescript: Opening Address, Tucson Conference on Vitamins and Cancer, Tucson, Arizona, April 1982.
1982s2.4.
Correspondence, Program: Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, International Congress on Environment and Geocancerology, Brussels, Belgium, May 5, 1982.
1982s2.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Development of Concepts of Chemical Bonding, Oslo University, Norway, May 10, 1982.
1982s2.6.
Manuscript, Typescript: The Path to World Peace, Oslo University, Norway, May 12, 1982.

1982s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1982.
1982s3.1.
Correspondence, Program: Development of Concepts of Chemical Bonding, Peter A. Leermakers Symposium, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, May 13, 1982.
1982s3.2.
Program: No Title, Presentation of the Philadelphia Peace Award, Women Strike for Peace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 15, 1982.
1982s3.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Visual Aides: Vitamins and Stress, Hans Selye Conference on Coping with Modern Stress, Atlanta, Georgia, May 20, 1982.
1982s3.4.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript: The Path to World Peace, New York, June 12, 1982.
1982s3.5.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Campaign for World Peace, First United Methodist Church, Portland, Oregon, June 13, 1982.
[Also includes Newspaper Clipping: No Title, speech delivered at nuclear weapons freeze rally, Salem, Oregon, June 13, 1982.]
1982s3.6.
Manuscript Notes: The Responsibility of the Humanitarian Physician in America Today, Commencement Address, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia, June 18, 1982.
1982s3.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Always Keep An Open Mind, Commencement Address, University of California, Berkeley Department of Physiology and Neurobiology, June 19, 1982.
1982s3.8.
Flyer: No Title, Nuclear War - What Can We Do?, Portola Valley Citizens Meeting, Portola Valley, California, July 8, 1982.
1982s3.9.
Typescript, Reprint, Correspondence, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace, 25th Anniversary Pugwash Meeting, Pugwash, Nova Scotia, July 16, 1982.
[Reprinted in The Churchman, March 1983]
1982s3.10.
Correspondence, Flyer: Vitamin C and the Aging Process, Elder Veteran Day Center, Menlo Park, California, July 22, 1982.
1982s3.11.
Program: No Title, Celebration Honoring Dr. Armand Hammer, The Regency Club, No Location, July 29, 1982.
1982s3.12.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamin C: Health and Disease, Food, Science and Nutrition Seminar, Chapman College, Orange, California, September 14, 1982.
1982s3.13.
Correspondence: No Title, The Statistical Evidence in Favor of Vitamin C [?], San Francisco-Bay Area Chapter of the American Statistical Association, Syntex Laboratories, Palo Alto, California, September 16, 1982.
1982s3.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Personal Reflections on My Life and Experiences As a Scientist, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 22, 1982.
1982s3.15.
Correspondence, Program, Newsletter Article: Vitamins and Aging, 12th Annual American Aging Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, September 24, 1982.
1982s3.16.
Newspaper Clipping: The Path to World Peace, Nuclear Arms Forum, College of San Mateo, California, October 5, 1982.
1982s3.17.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: The Path to World Peace, Casper Memorial Lecture, Miami University-Middletown, Ohio, October 8, 1982.

1982s4.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1982.
1982s4.1.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace, Ava Helen Pauling Lecture for World Peace, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, October 12, 1982.
1982s4.2.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Path to World Peace, Ava Helen Pauling Lecture for World Peace, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, October 13, 1982.
1982s4.3.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Ancillary Material: Development of the Structural Principles of the Silicate Minerals, Geological Society of America, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 20, 1982.
1982s4.4.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Reprint, Ancillary Material: Unilateral Actions Toward Peace, First Biennial Conference on the Fate of the Earth, Columbia University, New York, October 21, 1982.
1982s4.5.
Correspondence, Newspaper Article: No Title, [re: importance of disarmament referendums] Disarmament: the Emerging Global Mandate, conference sponsored by Operation Dismantle, Ottawa, Canada, October 23, 1982.
1982s4.6.
Flyer: Perspectives of a Peace Prize Laureat [sic] on Disarmament, McGill University, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada, October 24, 1982.
1982s4.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: No Title, Reception and Public Lecture, Coalition Against Nuclear Arms, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 26, 1982.
1982s4.8.
Correspondence, Flyers, Itinerary: No Title, End the Arms Race, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October 28, 1982.
1982s4.9.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Joy of Research, Darwin Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, November 8, 1982.
1982s4.10.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamin C and Cancer, Nineteenth Annual Musser-Burch Society Meeting, Tulane Medical School, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 12, 1982.
1982s4.11.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Flyer: Vitamin C, Infectious Disease and Cancer, 23rd Annual Fall Meeting, Sigma Xi, Oxnard, California, November 18, 1982.
1982s4.12.
Correspondence, Program, Newsletter, Advertisement: Reversing the Present Arms Race, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto, California, December 8, 1982.
[Includes Manuscript, Newspaper Clippings re: death of George Kistiakowsky]

1983s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1983.
1983s.1.
Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Development of the Concept of the Chemical Bond, First Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lecture, University of California, Berkeley, January 17, 1983.
1983s.2.
Manuscript, Poster: Chemical Bonds in Biology, Second Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lecture, University of California, Berkeley, January 20, 1983.
1983s.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace and Vitamin C and Cancer, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, January 28, 1983.
1983s.4.
Correspondence: No Title, Health Lecture Series, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, San Mateo, California, February 8, 1983.
1983s.5.
Poster: No Title, International Convocation for World Environmental Regeneration, René Dubos Center for Human Environments, New York, February 23, 1983.
1983s.6.
Invitation, Program: No Title, celebration honoring Ryoichi Sasakawa, The Stanford Court, San Francisco, California, February 24, 1983.
1983s.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Newspaper Articles: No Title, [re: Vitamin C] The Palm Beach Round Table, West Palm Beach, California, February 25, 1983.
1983s.8.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Flyer: The Path to Peace, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 15, 1983.
1983s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Press Release, Journal Article: The Nature of Orthomolecular Medicine, Landacre Day Lecture, Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio, March 17, 1983.
1983s.10.
Correspondence: Genesis of Polymer Science, American Chemical Society meeting, Seattle, Washington, March 23, 1983.
1983s.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Nutrition and Health, University of Missouri - Kansas City, April 8, 1983.
1983s.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Excellence in the Teaching of Elementary Chemistry, National Science Teachers Convention, Dallas, Texas, April 9, 1983.
1983s.13.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: The First-Year Course in Chemistry, Dallas, Texas, April 10, 1983.
1983s.14.
Correspondence, Flyer: Vitamin C and Cancer and The Path to World Peace, University of California, Santa Cruz, April 19, 1983.

1983s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1983.
1983s2.1.
Program, Itinerary, Correspondence: Nutrition and Health for the Professional, Western States Chiropractic College, Portland, Oregon, April 23, 1983.
1983s2.2.
Correspondence, Notes, Flyer, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace and Vitamin C and Health, Haarmann and Reimer Lecture Series, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, April 25-26, 1983.
1983s2.3.
Itinerary: No Title, Public Lecture, Western Chiropractic College, Portland, Oregon, April 23, 1983.
1983s2.4.
Program: The Path to Peace: A Nuclear Dilemma, Alumni Reunion, University of California, San Diego, April 30, 1983.
1983s2.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: What About the Russians?, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, May 1, 1983.
1983s2.6.
Reprint, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: One Aspect of the Physical Sciences in Relation to Biology, Symposium for the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Alfred Nobel, San Remo, Italy, May 5, 1983.
1983s2.7.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: The Future of Orthomolecular Medicine, San Francisco, California, May 8, 1983.
1983s2.8.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C and the Control of Cancer and Other Diseases and Fostering Innovation in Medical Research, Seventh Annual Research Day, Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, May 23-24, 1983.
1983s2.9.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: The Duties of a Graduate, Commencement Address, Rutgers University - Cook College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 27, 1983.
1983s2.10.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Itinerary, Journal Article: No Title, Shelter Island II conference on Quantum Field Theory and the Fundamental Problems of Physics, Shelter Island, New York, June 1-3, 1983.
1983s2.11.
Correspondence, Transcript: Press Conference Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's Announcement of Trilateral Negotiations of a Test Ban Treaty, Washington, D.C., June 10, 1983.
1983s2.12.
Flyer: The Path to World Peace, World Affairs Council, Tiburon, California, June 12, 1983.
1983s2.13.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Commencement Address, Polytechnic School Commencement, Pasadena, California, June 16, 1983.

1983s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1983.
1983s3.1.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, Commencement Lecture, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, June 18, 1983.
1983s3.2.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Vitamins, Nutrition and Cancer Symposium, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, June 20, 1983.
1983s3.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: No Title, achievement award, Alternative Living for the Aging, Burbank, California, June 23, 1983.
1983s3.4.
Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C for Control of Cancer and other Diseases, International Health Fair, sponsored by the Canadian Health Food Association, Vancouver, Canada, June 27, 1983.
1983s3.5.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamin C for the Control of Cancer and Other Diseases, International Health Fair, sponsored by the Canadian Health Food Association, Vancouver, Canada, June 27, 1983.
1983s3.6.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Structure of Compounds of the Transition Metals, Lindau Conference of Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, Lindau, West Germany, June 30, 1983.
1983s3.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace, First Congress of Physicists for Responsibility for Peace, Mainz, West Germany, July 2, 1983.
1983s3.8.
Correspondence, Program: Nutrition and Health, August Luncheon Program, San Francisco, California, August 10, 1983.
1983s3.9.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: Social and Political Commitment and the Scientist, American Chemical Society symposium entitled "The Legacy of Joseph Priestley: 1733-1983", Washington D.C., August 30, 1983.
1983s3.10.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, First Annual Robert D. McCullough Memorial Lecture, International Academy of Preventive Medicine conference on "New Ideas in Preventive Medicine," Chicago, Illinois, September 16, 1983.
1983s3.11.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Stop the Pershing II and the Cruise Missiles!, Third Forum of The Krefelder Institute, Germany, September 17, 1983.
1983s3.12.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Press Conference Regarding Korean Airlines Shotdown -- U.S. Involved in Tradegy, Trondheim, Norway, September 20, 1983.

1983s4.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1983.
1983s4.1.
Typescript, Transcript, Abstract, Correspondence, Notes, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: Vitamin C and Health, American Longevity Association, Los Angeles, California, September 24, 1983.
1983s4.2.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Flyer: One Aspect of the Physical Sciences in Relation to Biology, San Remo, Italy, October 10, 1983.
1983s4.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Teaching Of Chemistry; Science and the Future of Mankind, Alberta Teachers Association Science Council, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, October 15-16, 1983.
1983s4.4.
Correspondence, Flyer: Science and Peace, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, October 15, 1983.
1983s4.5.
Correspondence, Flyer: Science and World Peace, Museum of Science and Industry's 50th Anniversary Distinguished Scientist Lecture Series, Chicago, Illinois, October 23, 1983.
1983s4.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: Vitamin C and Health and The Path to World Peace, Sixth Annual W. Ross Macdonald Memorial Lectures, McMaster University, Brantford, Ontario, Canada, October 25-26, 1983.
1983s4.7.
Correspondence, Program: The Path to World Peace, United Nations Association of Canada, Welland, Canada, October 28, 1983.
1983s4.8.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Science and Social Action for Health and Peace, American Public Health Association, Dallas, Texas, November 14, 1983.
1983s4.9.
Manuscript Notes, Itinerary, Background Material: The Necessity of World Peace, Bogotá, Colombia, November 28, 1983.
1983s4.10.
Correspondence, Flyer: No More War, Lawrence Lecture Committee, First Unitarian Church, Kensington, California, December 2, 1983.
1983s4.11.
Background Material: No Title, All-Union Cancer Research Center, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, USSR, December 22, 1983.

1984s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1984.
1984s.1.
Correspondence: No Title, ["mixture of cancer and Vitamin C, peace, and what is going on at this Institute"] Sequoia Hopital Auxiliary, Redwood City, California, January 11, 1984.
1984s.2.
Correspondence: No Title, appearance on the CBS Morning News, New York, January 13, 1984.
1984s.3.
Correspondence: Bonds in Compounds of Transition Metals, Inorganic Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, January 27, 1984.
1984s.4.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamins and Aging, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon, January 28, 1984.
1984s.5.
Notes, Program: Improving Science Education: Changes That Make it Possible, conference on Science Education Tomorrow: Stepping Forward Today, Oregon Consortium for Quality Science Education, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, January 30, 1984.
1984s.6.
Correspondence, Introduction, News Release, Itinerary: Health, Education for Older People, "Focus on Health" Seminar of the National Health Science Council, New York, February 7, 1984.
1984s.7.
Correspondence, Flyer, Notes, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Health, Public Lecture, Atlanta University, Georgia, February 17, 1984.
1984s.8.
Transcripts, Correspondence, Itinerary, Poster, Program, Flyer, Ancillary Material: No Title, Convocation address, Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 26, 1984.
1984s.9.
Correspondence, Certificate: No Title [speech correlating the extinction of dinosaurs with a nuclear winter], The Futures Conference 1984: Creative Thinkfest, Corte Madera School, Portola Valley, California, March 9, 1984.
1984s.10.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Visual Aides: A Statistical Resonating Theory of Metals, Debye Centennial Symposium, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, [visual aides are oversized and found outside box] March 22, 1984.
1984s.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, Consumer Health Organization Symposium, Toronto, Canada, March 24, 1984.
1984s.12.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Molecular Disease and Orthomolecular Medicine, Sasagawa Memorial Hall, Hakujikai Memorial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan, March 28, 1984.
1984s.13.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: Chemistry and the World of Tomorrow, Priestley Medal Address, 187th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, St. Louis, Missouri, April 9, 1984.
[Includes letters of congratulation]
1984s.14.
Program: Vitamins and Cancer, Program in Cancer Biology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 12, 1984.
1984s.15.
Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, Intra-Science Community Forum, Medical Grand Rounds of the Sepulveda VA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, April 12, 1984.
1984s.16.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Medicine -- the Quest for Optimum Health, Shoreline Community College, Seattle, Washington, April 16, 1984.
1984s.17.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Paths to Peace, Portland State University, Oregon, April 17, 1984.
1984s.18.
Correspondence, Flyer: Paths to World Peace, Earth Fair '84, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon, April 18, 1984.
1984s.19.
Correspondence, Schedule: Paths to World Peace, Earth Week Celebration, University of Oregon, Eugene, April 18, 1984.
1984s.20.
Correspondence, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace and Vitamins and Health, Watkins Visiting Professorship, Forum Board Talk, Wichita State University, Kansas, April 23-24, 1984.
1984s.21.
Press Release, Flyer, Itinerary: Health and Peace, World Federalist Association of San Diego and United Nations Association of San Diego, University of San Diego, California, April 27, 1984.

1984s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1984.
1984s2.1.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: No First Use, the Freeze, and Other Paths to World Peace, "Nuclear Issues and the Election '84", Physicians for Social Responsibility and the San Diego State University Cultural Arts Board, California, April 28, 1984.
1984s2.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Health and Peace, posthumous presentation of the Spectrum Award to Ava Helen Pauling, 17th Annual Dinner of the World Organization for the Achievement of Human Potential, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1984.
1984s2.3.
Correspondence: No Title, Bombs Away -- series on Nuclear Arms and U.S. Defense Policy, Rinconada, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 8, 1984.
1984s2.4.
Flyer: The Nature of Metals, Departmental Colloquium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 14, 1984.
1984s2.5.
Correspondence, Program: The Value of Orthomolecular Medicine, Northern California Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Napa, California, May 20-21, 1984.
1984s2.6.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: Steps Toward Resolution, Debate with Peter Faulkner, PSR Presentation, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 22, 1984.
1984s2.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Notes: Nutrition and Health, Commencement Address, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, May 28, 1984.
1984s2.8.
Correspondence, Press Release, Program: No Title, Round Table Foundation Childrens' Peace Prize, San Francisco, California, June 1, 1984.
1984s2.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: The Future of Civilization, Commencement Address, University of Denver, Colorado, June 2, 1984.
1984s2.10.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Ancillary Material: Modern Nutrition, San Francisco State University, California, June 11, 1984.
1984s2.11.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Plenary Lecture, International Symposium on Frontiers in Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Alma-Ata, USSR, June 19, 1984.
1984s2.12.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: The Scientist's Responsibility from an Historical Perspective, Seminar to the Göttingen Congress, West Germany, July 5, 1984.
1984s2.13.
Correspondence, Program: Möglichkeiten vertraglicher Vereinbarungen zur Rüstungsbegrenzung und Abrüstung, ["Possibilities of Contractual Declarations for Arms Limitation and Disarmament"] conference entitled "Verantwortung für den Frieden", Göttingen, West Germany, July 7, 1984.
1984s2.14.
Correspondence: What Should the Course in High School Chemistry Include?, the Institute for High School Chemistry Teachers, San Jose State University, California, July 16, 1984.
1984s2.15.
Poster, Background Material: El Barco de la Paz -- Dialogo por la Paz en Centroamerica, Panama, July 23, 1984.
1984s2.16.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping, Notes: [Title in Spanish], Conference of Professionals of Nicaragua, Linus Pauling and George Wald, Nicaragua, August 3, 1984.
1984s2.17.
Correspondence, Flyer: Vitamins and Health, Oregon Chiropractic Physicians Association, Portland, Oregon, September 7, 1984.
1984s2.18.
Abstract, Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, NORCAL Nutritional Food Stores Annual Show, Honolulu, Hawaii, September 15, 1984.

1984s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1984.
1984s3.1.
Correspondence, Program, Background Information: The Scientist as Citizen, "An Evening with Linus Pauling," Southern California Freeze Voter '84, All Saints Church, Pasadena, California, September 20, 1984.
1984s3.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes, Flyer: The Nature of Discovery: The History of the Chemical Bond; The Path to World Peace, Graduate Lecture Series, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 27-28, 1984.
1984s3.3.
Reprint, Program: The Prospects for Good Nutrition, Better Health and World Peace, Nutrition, Health, and Peace, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine Symposium, San Francisco, California, September 30, 1984.
1984s3.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Paths to World Peace, Honors Symposium, Winona State University, Minnesota, October 4, 1984.
1984s3.5.
Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary: Molecular Structure and Molecular Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology 25th Anniversary Program, University of Oregon, Eugene, October 6, 1984.
1984s3.6.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Improvement of Health by Vitamin C and Other Vitamins, Vitamin Symposium, Mainz, West Germany, October 11, 1984.
1984s3.7.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: Science and the University -- Two Converging Issues and A Scientist's View of World Peace, Science and Society Convocation, University of Missouri - Columbia, October 26-27, 1984.
1984s3.8.
Correspondence: No Title, Val's Health Review, International Television Productions, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1984.
1984s3.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Update on Vitamin C Research, Health Fitness Exposition, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1984.
1984s3.10.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Flyer: I Like Quantitative Analysis, Centennial Lectures, Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Washington, D.C., October 29, 1984.
1984s3.11.
Correspondence, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: Nuclear Disarmament and World Peace, International Law Society, Villanova University, November 12, 1984.
1984s3.12.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Impact of the Patterson Function, Patterson Function Symposium, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 13, 1984.
1984s3.13.
Correspondence, Flyer: The Role of Nutritional Science in Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 14, 1984.
1984s3.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, appearance on "Speaking Out," Toronto, Canada, November 15, 1984.

1985s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1985.
1985s.1.
Correspondence, Press Release, Flyer: Do Vitamins Play a Role in Prevention and Treatment of Cancer?, Seventh Annual Manuel Levin Cancer Symposium, Hematology-Oncology Medical Group, Fresno, California, January 26, 1985.
1985s.2.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, 17th Annual Mayor's Conference for Senior Citizens, San Mateo, California, February 7, 1985.
1985s.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Vitamin C and Cancer, Second International Conference on the Modulations and Mediation of Cancer by Vitamins and Micronutrients, University of Arizona, Tucson, February 10, 1985.
1985s.4.
Correspondence: No Title, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, February 12, 1985.
1985s.5.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: A Toast, Night of 100 Stars, The Actors Fund of America, New York, February 17, 1985.
1985s.6.
Abstract, Correspondence: Update on Vitamin C, O'Connor Hospital, San Jose, California, February 19, 1985.
1985s.7.
Itinerary: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, KATU-TV, KXL AM Radio, KOIN-TV, and KOAP FM Radio, Portland, Oregon, February 24, 1985.
1985s.8.
Correspondence, Program: The Path to Peace, Monterey Institute of International Studies, California, February 27, 1985.
1985s.9.
Correspondence, Flyer: Orthomolecular Nutrition, Vitamins and Health, San Francisco State University, California, March 14, 1985.
1985s.10.
Correspondence, Brochures, Itinerary: The Path to World Peace, Educators for Social Responsibility, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 16, 1985.
1985s.11.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: Personal Reflections and Vitamins and Better Health, Grand Valley State College, Allendale, Michigan, March 28, 1985.
1985s.12.
Itinerary: A Path to World Peace, Fountain Street Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 29, 1985.
1985s.13.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: LP's travels in Nicaragua] Spring Mobilization for Peace, Jobs and Justice, Piedmont, California, April 6, 1985.
1985s.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Responsibility of Science to World Peace, Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society Banquet, San Diego State University, California, April 8, 1985.
1985s.15.
Correspondence, Itinerary: High Intake of Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, San Jose State University, California, April 10, 1985.
1985s.16.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamins and Cancer, Program in Cancer Biology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 12, 1985.
1985s.17.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Health, Goudsmit Memorial Lecture, University of Nevada, Reno, April 14, 1985.
1985s.18.
Manuscript Notes: The Structure of Atomic Nuclei, Goudsmit Memorial Address, University of Nevada, Reno, April 15, 1985.

1985s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1985.
1985s2.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Latest Developments in Vitamin C Research, Whole Life Expo, San Francisco, California, April 28, 1985.
1985s2.2.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Health, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute Distinguished Lecture Series, Bethesda, Maryland, May 1, 1985.
1985s2.3.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Early Work on Macromolecules by Herman Mark, Herman Mark Symposium, New York, May 6, 1985.
1985s2.4.
Correspondence: Vitamin C for Good Health, Stanford Mother's Club, Bechtel International Center, Stanford, California, May 14, 1985.
1985s2.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Ascorbic Acid and Other Vitamins in Gastrointestinal Functions and Diseases, Fifth International Conference on Experimental Ulcer, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 18, 1985.
1985s2.6.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Vitamins: Important Constituents of Plants, Phytopharmaca and Phytotherapy Symposium, The Hague, Netherlands, May 31, 1985.
1985s2.7.
Correspondence, Program: Latest Developments in Vitamin C Research, Whole Life Expo, Pasadena, California, June 2, 1985.
1985s2.8.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary: Sixty Years of Structural Chemistry, Lipscomb Symposium, University of Denver, Colorado, June 10, 1985.
1985s2.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamins and Your Good Health, 47th Annual NNFA National Convention and Trade Show, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 18, 1985.
1985s2.10.
Correspondence, Background Material: No Title, [re: regimen for health and longevity] Kiwanis Club of Redwood City, California, June 19, 1985.
1985s2.11.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Colon-Rectal Cancer and An Analysis of the Recent Mayo Clinic Study of High-Dose Vitamin C for Patients with Metastasized Colorectal Cancer, Fourth International Symposium on Vitamins, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 8-10, 1985.
1985s2.12.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program: The Significance of Size and Shape in Nature, American Crystallographic Association, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, August 20, 1985.

1985s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1985.
1985s3.1.
Correspondence, Program: The Vitamin Controversy, Conference Celebration, Association for Holistic Health, Irvine, California, August 30, 1985.
1985s3.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, [re: objection to Strategic Defense Initiative] National Conference on the Krefeld Initiative, Hannover, West Germany, September 15, 1985.
1985s3.3.
Flyer: No Title, Nuremberg Peace Forum [with Maxim Sagorulko and Alexander Alexandrov], West Germany, September 16, 1985.
1985s3.4.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Modern Nutrition, The Seeley G. Mudd Chemistry Building Dedication Symposium, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, September 20, 1985.
1985s3.5.
Correspondence, Program: Vitamin C, 15th Annual Meeting of the American Aging Association, San Francisco, California, October 10, 1985.
1985s3.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Concepts, Public Lecture, Palmer College of Chiropractic-West, Sunnyvale, California, October 12, 1985.
1985s3.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Arthur Sackler Museum Dedication, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 18, 1985.
1985s3.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Discovery of the Secondary Structure of Proteins and A Great Step Toward World Peace, Biology Graduate Student Association Lecture Series, Humboldt State College, Arcata, California, October 24, 1985.
1985s3.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, [re: lecture on chemical bonds, delivered to Dr. Tom Dunne's General Chemistry class] Reed College, Portland, Oregon, October 28, 1985.
1985s3.10.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyer: Orthomolecular Medicine, Lecture in Honor of Harvey Itano's 65th birthday, University of California, San Diego, November 1, 1985.
1985s3.11.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Early Work on Hydrogen Bonds, Symposium on Hydrogen Bonding, 43rd Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 6, 1985.
1985s3.12.
Correspondence, Ancillary Material: A Great Step Toward World Peace: Values in Education, Pittsburgh Coalition to Prevent Nuclear War, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1985.
1985s3.13.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: A Great Step Toward World Peace: Should Canada Be a Nuclear Weapons Free Zone, Hope in the Nuclear Age, Health Professionals for Nuclear Responsibility, among others, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, November 10, 1985.
1985s3.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Newsletter: No Title [after dinner talk], Conference on Nutrition and Aging, Veterans Administration, Los Angeles, California, November 13, 1985.
1985s3.15.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Orthomolecular Medicine, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Orthomolecular Medical Society, San Francisco, California, November 17, 1985.
1985s3.16.
Manuscript, Program, Itinerary: No Title, closing remarks, at the presentation to Arthur Sackler of the Linus Pauling Medal for Humanitarianism, New York, November 21, 1985.

1986s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1986.
1986s.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Conference on Gastronomy, American Institute of Wine & Food, San Diego, California, January 25, 1986.
1986s.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: Latest Developments in Vitamin Research, Whole Life Expo, Pasadena, California, February 9, 1986.
Program: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Nutritional Medicine Weekend, San Francisco, California, February 9, 1986.
1986s.3.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, [5 minute anecdotal speech] surprise festschrift for Arthur Sackler, Tufts University, Boston, February 21, 1986.
1986s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Brochure: Rethinking Our Human Environment for the 21st Century, Nobel Laureate Symposium, Linfield College, McMinville, Oregon, February 24, 1986.
1986s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, response to "A Celebration of the Eighty-Fifth Birthday of Linus Pauling," San Francisco, California, February 25, 1986.
1986s.6.
Correspondence, Program: No Title, [re: "A Salute to Linus Pauling on His 85th Birthday"], California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 28, 1986.
1986s.7.
Correspondence: No Title, Abbott Laboratories, Chicago, Illinois, March 13, 1986.
1986s.8.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Health and How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Vitamin C and Health Expo, Tokyo, Japan, March 28-April 8, 1986.
1986s.9.
Correspondence: Icosahedral Quasicrystals are Twinned Cubic Crystals, Department of Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 11, 1986.
1986s.10.
Transcript, Program, Background Material: Linus Pauling Speaks to the Friends of the OSU Library, Oregon State University, Corvallis, April 19, 1986.
1986s.11.
Itinerary: Covalent Bond Theory, Institute for Amorphous Studies, Bloomfield, Michigan, April 21, 1986.
1986s.12.
Correspondence: No Title, [re: working for nuclear disarmament and world peace] Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 29, 1986.
1986s.13.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Science and Medicine, Basic Science for Physicians, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19, 1986.

1986s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1986.
1986s2.1.
Correspondence, Flyer, Newspaper Clippings, Itinerary: Origin of Molecular Biology and Molecular Medicine and No More War, University of Alabama, Birmingham, May 20, 1986.
1986s2.2.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Flyer: Science and Peace, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, May 30, 1986.
1986s2.3.
Correspondence: No Title, Sons in Retirement - Branch 16, Redwood City, California, June 3, 1986.
1986s2.4.
Correspondence, Slides, Itinerary, Program, Abstract: Interaction of Science and Medicine and Paul Emmett -- Scientist and Friend, Surface Science Symposium in Memory of Paul Emmett, American Chemical Society, 41st Northwest Regional Meeting, Portland, Oregon, June 16, 1986.
1986s2.5.
Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyer, Ancillary Material: Crystallography for Fun and Profit, American Crystallographic Association, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 23, 1986.
1986s2.6.
Correspondence, Program: The Quenched "Icosahedral Quasicrystal" Phase of a Manganese-Aluminum Alloy Involves Multiple Twinning of a Cubic Crystal with Unit Cube Edge 26.73Å, American Crystallographic Association, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 27, 1986.
1986s2.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: No Title, Alleviation of Poverty and Starvation and Improvement of Health Workshop, [Pauling introduced the second session of the workshop: "The Role of Government from a Developing World Perspective"] Geneva, Switzerland, June 30, 1986.
1986s2.8.
Correspondence, Program: Metals and Alloys, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, July 29, 1986.
1986s2.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Working for World Peace, Honorary Humanist Counselor Award, American Humanist Association, Los Gatos, California, August 1, 1986.
1986s2.10.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: We Have Already Taken a Great Step Toward the Goal of World Peace and Peace Declaration, Peace Summit, Hiroshima, Japan, August 6-7, 1986.
1986s2.11.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, Cygnus Research Corporation, Palo Alto, California, September 11, 1986.
1986s2.12.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, [received Nutritional Researcher of the Year Award], Great Lakes Association of Clinical Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, September 13, 1986.
1986s2.13.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, 1986 Ortho Lecture Series, New Jersey, September 15, 1986.
1986s2.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Metal Clusters of Icosahedral Shapes; Vitamins and Health, Buffalo Research Laboratory, Allied Chemicals, Buffalo, New York.September 17-18, 1986.

1986s3.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1986.
1986s3.1.
Typescript, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: The Importance of Honesty, Arthur Sackler Festschrift Seminars, Massachusetts, September 20, 1986.
1986s3.2.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary, Background Material: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, [series of nine lectures] Maricopa Community Colleges, Phoenix, Arizona, October 7-9, 1986.
1986s3.3.
Correspondence: No Title, appearance on Speaking Out (TV Ontario), 300th broadcast celebration, Toronto, Canada, October 16, 1986.
1986s3.4.
Itinerary: No Title, Talk to Orthomolecular Physicians and Other Practitioners, Toronto, Canada, October 17, 1986.
1986s3.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamins, Nutrition and Health, S.C. Johnson Centennial Scientific Symposium, Canadian Manufacturers of Chemical Specialties Association, Ottawa, Canada, October 21, 1986.
1986s3.6.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Person to Person, American Digestive Disease Society, Washington, D.C., October 23, 1986.
1986s3.7.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: Icosahedral Crystals are Cubic, L. H. Thomas Lecture, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, October 27, 1986.
1986s3.8.
Itinerary, Correspondence: Vitamins and Health, Sigma Xi Lecture, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, October 28, 1986.
1986s3.9.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C and its Effect on the Immune System, a Specially As it Relates to Allergy, American Academy of Environmental Medicine Seminar, Strasburg, Colorado, October 29, 1986.
1986s3.10.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, Response to Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony, ["response of 'anecdotal, scientific, and humanistic material'"] The Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Dayton, Ohio, November 6, 1986.
1986s3.11.
Itinerary: The Role Of Vitamins in Health and Disease, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, November 7, 1986.
1986s3.12.
Program: No Title, Celebration honoring Ambassador Walter Annenberg, The Stanford Court, San Francisco, California, November 18, 1986.
1986s3.13.
Program, Background Material: The Effect of Ascorbic Acid on the Growth of a Human Mammory Tumor, [with Dr. Constance Tsao] and No Title, Closing Remarks, Linus Pauling Institute Symposium on Innovative Approaches to the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer, Stanford Court, San Francisco, California, November 19-20, 1986.
1986s3.14.
Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: No Title, presentation of the Linus Pauling Award to Dr. Harry Gray, University of Washington, Seattle, November 22, 1986.
1986s3.15.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Early Days of Molecular Biology and Paths to World Peace, Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, December 5, 1986.

1987s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1987.
1987s.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, Distinguished Scientist Award, Arthritis Research Institute of America, Clearwater, Florida, January 20, 1987.
1987s.2.
Correspondence: Alternative Explanation of Icosahedral Symmetry, UCSC Physics Colloquium, University of California, Santa Cruz, March 12, 1987.
1987s.3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Abstract, Background Material: Alternative Explanations of Icosahedral Symmetry, American Physical Society, New York, March 16, 1987.
1987s.4.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Nutrition and Vitamins, The Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, March 24, 1987.
1987s.5.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Nature of the So-called Quasicrystals with Fivefold Axes of Symmetry and Vitamins and Health, du Pont Eminent Scientists Seminar Series, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, March 25, 1987.
1987s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Press Release, Itinerary, Background Material: Schrodinger's Contribution to Chemistry and Biology, Schrodinger Centenary Conference, Imperial College, London, April 3, 1987.
1987s.7.
Correspondence, Program, Notes, Itinerary, Background and Ancillary Material: Chemistry Today and Tomorrow and Elementary Chemistry Textbooks, American Chemical Society, Denver, Colorado, April 6-7, 1987.
1987s.8.
Itinerary, Newspaper Clipping: No Title, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, April 12, 1987.
1987s.9.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, First Unitarian Church, Toledo, Ohio, April 19, 1987.

1987s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1987.
1987s2.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Chemistry in Today's World, IMS Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Connecticut, Storrs, April 21, 1987.
1987s2.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyer: World Peace and Nuclear Arms Control: Where Do We Go From Here? Yeshiva University, New York, April 23, 1987.
1987s2.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program, Newsletter: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation, Toronto, Canada, May 15, 1987.
1987s2.4.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Journal Article: Vitamins and Health, Ben-Gurion University of Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, May 21, 1987.
1987s2.5.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary, Newsletter: Conspiracy Going on in Biomedicine, Nutrition for Optimal Health Association Fifteenth Anniversary Celebration, Chicago, Illinois, June 6, 1987.
1987s2.6.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary, Abstract: Quasicrystals, 13th Western Regional Meeting of Electron Microscopists and Microbeam Analysts, Concord, California, June 24, 1987.
1987s2.7.
Manuscript, Correspondence, Program: Hiroshima and the Future, World Congress of the International Association for Religious Freedom, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, August 6, 1987.
1987s2.8.
Correspondence, Flyer, Newspaper Clipping: Lunch With Linus, Women's International League, San Francisco, California, August 19, 1987.
1987s2.9.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Itinerary: No Title, [panel discussion: On Making Connections: Personal Testimony, panel discussion, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Symposium, Washington, D.C., September 11, 1987.
1987s2.10.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Journal Article: Vitamin C in Health and Healing, World Health Research Foundation Symposium, University of Victoria, Canada, October 16, 1987.
1987s2.11.
Itinerary: Vitamin C and Cancer, World Health Research Foundation Symposium, University of Victoria, Canada, October 17, 1987.
1987s2.12.
Correspondence, Flyer, Ancillary Material: How to Live Longer, Nutrition, Health and Behavior Lecture Series, California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, California, October 22, 1987.
1987s2.13.
Correspondence, Itinerary: High Temperature Superconductivity Advances and Applications, OCATE-OSU Distinguished Speakers Symposium Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, October 26, 1987; Beaverton, Oregon, October 29, 1987.
1987s2.14.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Quasicrystals, Talk at Hewlett-Packard, Inc., Corvallis, Oregon, October 28, 1987.
1987s2.15.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Flyer, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: The Nature of the Chemical Bond -- After Fifty Years, George Fisher Baker Non-Resident Lectures in Chemistry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, November 9-19, 1987.
[Other lectures in the Baker series include The Resonating-Valence-Bond Theory of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds; More About Metals and Intermetallic Compounds; and Icosahedral Quasicrystals as Twins of a Complex Cubic Crystal]
1987s2.16.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Flyer: Vitamins and Health, American College of Advancement in Medicine, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 20, 1987.
1987s2.17.
Correspondence: Vitamin C and Health, Raychem Technical Seminar Series, Menlo Park, California, December 16, 1987.

1988s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1988.
1988s.1.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Notes: Icosahedral Quasicrystals are Twinned Cubic Crystals, Conference on Quasicrystals and Related Structures, University of California, Santa Barbara, January 11, 1988.
1988s.2.
Abstract, Correspondence: Vitamins and Health, Medical Grand Rounds for Ross and Marin General Hospitals, Mill Valley, California, February 2, 1988.
1988s.3.
Correspondence: Icosahedral Quasicrystals are Twinned Cubic Crystals, Materials Science and Engineering Department, University of California, Berkeley, February 17, 1988.
1988s.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, closing remarks, Linus Pauling Distinguished Lectureship Series, Chemistry Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, April 5, 1988.
1988s.5.
Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Notes, Program, Visual Aides, Itinerary: The Role Of the Metallic Orbital and Of Crest and Trough Superconduction in High-Temperature Superconductors, International Conference on the First Two Years of High-Temperature Superconductivity, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, April 13, 1988.
1988s.6.
Correspondence, Program, Brochure, Background Material: How to Improve Your Health With Vitamins, Spring Lecture/Dinner Series on "Discovering Age," Institute for The Humanities at Salado, Texas, April 24, 1988.
1988s.7.
Typescript: An Extraordinary Life: An Autobiographical Ramble, Institute for the Humanities, Salado, Texas, April 25, 1988.
1988s.8.
Correspondence, Notes, Itinerary: Resonating Covalent Bond Theory of Superconductivity, University of Texas, Austin, April 26, 1988.
1988s.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Ancillary Material: No Title, First Annual Achievement Awards Program, Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, April 29, 1988.
1988s.10.
Correspondence, Notes: No Title, Lecture to first year graduate students, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 11, 1988.

1988s2.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1988.
1988s2.1.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: The Nature of Metals and Alloys, Leon Pape Memorial Lecture, California State University, Los Angeles, May 13, 1988.
1988s2.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Flyer: Early Days in Molecular Biology: The Structure of Proteins, Founders Lecture, Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, California, June 23, 1988.
1988s2.3.
Manuscript: How to Improve your Health with Vitamins, Toledo, Texas, June 24, 1988.
1988s2.4.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title [re: remarks given as chairman and moderator of a half-day session on protein crystallography], American Crystallographic Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 30, 1988.
1988s2.5.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary, Background Material: No Title, introductory speech, International Symposium on The Electronic Structure and Properties of Molecules and Crystals, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, August 29, 1988.
1988s2.6.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: Nature of Metals, University of California, San Diego, September 30, 1988.
1988s2.7.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, remarks given at the dedication of Condon Airport at Linus Pauling Field, Condon, Oregon, October 15, 1988.
1988s2.8.
Manuscript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Introducing Herman Mark, Presentation of the Lord Award to Herman Mark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 18, 1988.
1988s2.9.
Correspondence: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Emeritus Forum, sponsored by the College of San Mateo, Burlingame, California, November 2, 1988.
1988s2.10.
Manuscript Notes: Round Table of Stanford, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 5, 1988.
1988s2.11.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: The Origin of Molecular Evolution, University of California, Los Angeles, December 22, 1988.

1989s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1989.
1989s.1.
Correspondence, Program: Inorganic Analogs to Biological Specificity, Comet Nucleus Sample Return Workshop, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Station, Moffett Field, California, January 17, 1989.
1989s.2.
Flyer: No Title, International Conference on Mathematical Chemistry, Galveston, Texas, March 5-9, 1989.
1989s.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamins and Health, Roche Vitamins and Fine Chemicals, Nutley, New Jersey, March 29, 1989.
1989s.4.
Correspondence, Program, Flyer: A Chemist's View of Research, Research Colloquium Series, Bellcore Communications Researchers, Red Bank, New Jersey, March 31, 1989.
1989s.5.
Correspondence, Brochure: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Preventive Medicine for the 90's Symposium, New Jersey, April 8, 1989.
1989s.6.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: A Chemical View Of Metals and Intermetallic Compounds, Plenary Session, Materials Research Society, San Diego, California, April 26, 1989.
1989s.7.
Program: Thoughts on High Temperature Superconductors, San Francisco, California, April 28, 1989.
1989s.8.
Correspondence, Program, Press Release, Itinerary: Science Education, Vannevar Bush Award, National Science Board Annual Dinner, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1989.
1989s.9.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence: Statistics of Cancer, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, May 25, 1989.
1989s.10.
Itinerary: Biostatistical Analysis of Mortality Data for Cohorts of Cancer Patients, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine Internal Workshop - "Nutritional Factors and Their Actions", Palo Alto, California, July 26, 1989.
1989s.11.
Correspondence, Notes, Program, Flyer, Itinerary: The Discovery Of the Alpha Helix and the Beta Sheets, Meeting of the Protein Society, Stein and Moore Banquet Address, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, August 1, 1989.
1989s.12.
Manuscript Notes, Program, Visual Aides, Press Release, Newspaper Clippings, Itinerary: Biostatistics of Cancer, Graduate Student Association, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, September 5, 1989.
1989s.13.
Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: No Title, the Lord Foundation Award, Lord Corporation's Fourth National Symposium on Technology and Society, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, October 3, 1989.
1989s.14.
Manuscript Notes, Introduction, Itinerary, Program, Visual Aides: Aspects of X-Ray Crystallography, First Linus Pauling Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, November 28, 1989.

1990s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1990.
1990s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Program, Background Material: Are the Present Recommended Dietary Allowances Adequate?, Nutrition Policy Board, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1990.
1990s.2.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Newspaper Clippings: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, the Pacific Club, Newport Beach, California, March 27, 1990.
1990s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Itinerary, Background Material: Vitamins for Better Health, Long Beach State University, California, March 28, 1990.
1990s.4.
Program, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Cancer and The Value of Orthomolecular Medicine, 19th Annual International Conference on Nutritional Medicine Today, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 4-5, 1990.
1990s.5.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, Wallace Award, Scottish-American Foundation, Inc., New York, May 10, 1990.
1990s.6.
Typescript, Transcript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary, Background Material: The Path to World Peace, The Relevance of Albert Schweitzer at the Dawn of the 21st Century colloquium, United Nations, New York, August 23, 1990.
1990s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Proceedings, Program, Correspondence, Press Release, Itinerary: Prospects for Global Environmental Protection and World Peace in the 21st Century, Soka University, Los Angeles, California, August 24, 1990.
1990s.8.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Reduced Incidence and Tumor Burden in Spontaneous Mouse Mammary Tumors and UV-induced Tumors with Increasing Ascorbic Acid, NCI Symposium, "Ascorbic Acid: Biological Functions and Relation to Cancer," Washington, D.C., September 11, 1990.
1990s.9.
Correspondence, Program: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, the Commonwealth Club of California, San Jose, California, October 23, 1990.
1990s.10.
Manuscript Notes, Abstract, Correspondence, Program: Witch-Hunting of Scientists, Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society, Seattle, Washington, October 27, 1990.
1990s.11.
Typescript: No Title, [re: Heart Disease and Ascorbate] No Location, 1990.

1991s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1991.
1991s.1.
Correspondence, Flyer: How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Brown Bag Lectures, University of California, San Francisco, January 9, 1991.
1991s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Flyer: Icosahedral Quasicrystals are Twins of Cubic Crystals, Linus Pauling Lecture, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 14, 1991.
1991s.3.
Correspondence, Itinerary, Program: No Title, Ninetieth Birthday Celebration Honoring Linus Pauling, Linus Pauling Institute, The Stanford Court, San Francisco, California, February 26, 1991.
1991s.4.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Richard Chase Tolman, Richard C. Tolman Medal, Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 27, 1991.
1991s.5.
Correspondence, Program: X-ray Crystallography and the Nature of the Chemical Bond, at the symposium, "The Chemical Bond: Structure and Dynamics -- a Tribute to Linus Pauling on his 90th Birthday", California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, February 28, 1991.
1991s.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary: No Title, in honor of Pauling's 90th birthday, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, March 6, 1991.
1991s.7.
Flyer, Itinerary: How to Work for Peace and Justice Throughout Your Lifetime, Students for a Progressive Society, Memorial Union, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, March 7, 1991.
1991s.8.
Typescript, Correspondence, Brochure, Itinerary, Background Material: Reflections on the Persian Gulf "War," Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Santa Barbara, California, April 6, 1991.
1991s.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Prophylactic and Therapeutic Value of Vitamins, Yale School of Medicine Lecture Series, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, April 23, 1991.
1991s.10.
Typescript, Correspondence, Press Release, Program, Itinerary: Supplementary Vitamin C -- a Neglected Opportunity for Improving Health, The Second World Congress on Vitamin C and the Immune System, San Diego, California, May 10, 1991.
1991s.11.
Correspondence: No Title, the 44th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, California, November 24, 1991.
1991s.12.
Correspondence, Program: Science and Responsibility, International Congress of Scientists and Engineers, Berlin, Germany, November 29, 1991.
1991s.13.
Typescript, Correspondence, Itinerary: Will the World of the Future be an Ethical World?, presented as part of the symposium The Past, Present and Future Role of the Arms Race, The Nobel Jubilee, Oslo, Norway, December 6, 1991; Vitamin C, lipoprotein(a) and cardiovascular disease, Institute of Medical Genetics, University of Oslo, December 9, 1991; No Title, The Great Nobel Debate, Nobel Jubilee, Stockholm, Sweden, December 11, 1991.
[Pauling did not attend]

1992s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1992.
1992s.1.
Program, Itinerary: Nutritional Factors, Linus Pauling Institute Symposium, Linus Pauling Institute, Palo Alto, California, January 27, 1992.
1992s.2.
Correspondence: No Title, Nuclear Medicine Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, February 26, 1992.
1992s.3.
Correspondence, Program, Notes: A Personal View of Teaching and Research, First Gordon Research Conference on Science Education, Ventura, California, March 30, 1992.
1992s.4.
Manuscript, Typescripts, Correspondence, Flyer, Itinerary: Vitamin C: The Key to Health, Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation, Toronto, Canada, April 2, 1992.
1992s.5.
Press Release: No Title, Launching of the Linus Pauling Heart Foundation, Toronto, Canada, April 3, 1992.
1992s.6.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamin C and Cardiovascular Disease, First Annual Linus Pauling Lecture, Annual Meeting of the American College of Advancement in Medicine, Dallas, Texas, May 16, 1992.
1992s.7.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program: Don't Be Too Narrow - and Think, Commencement Address, Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley, May 23, 1992.
1992s.8.
Correspondence, Itinerary: How to Improve Your Health by Taking Vitamin Supplements, the Forum Club of Houston, June 29, 1992; Vitamin C and Cardiovascular Disease, Texas Heart Institute, June 30, 1992, Houston, Texas.
1992s.9.
Correspondence, Itinerary: Vitamin C, Lipoprotein-a, and Cardiovascular Disease, O'Connor Hospital, San Jose, California, September 1, 1992.
1992s.10.
Itinerary: No Title, Presentation of his book, Vitamin C and Heart Disease, Press Conference, No Location, September 1992.
1992s.11.
Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Vitamin C: A Historical Perspective, Symposium, Cancer Treatment Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, November 7, 1992.
1992s.12.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary: How to Make Discoveries, Inventive Minds Lecture Series, University of Houston, Texas, November 10, 1992.

1993s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1993.
1993s.1.
Manuscript Notes, Typescript, Itinerary: In Search of New Principles of Integration, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, California, January 29, 1993.
1993s.2.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Itinerary, Notes: Early History of Coordination Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Denver, Colorado, March 29, 1993.
1993s.3.
Manuscript Notes, Correspondence, Program, Itinerary: Need for Theoretical Medicine, Sterling Winthrop Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 10, 1993.
1993s.4.
News Release: No Title, [re: Vitamin C and heart disease] Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California, August 10, 1993.
1993s.5.
Correspondence, Visual Aides, Itinerary: My Early Work on the Structure of the Clay Minerals and Some Later Studies of the Structure of Substances, Pioneers in Clay Science Lecture, Clay Minerals Society Meeting, San Diego, California, September 28, 1993.
1993s.6.
Correspondence: No Title, Power of Prevention conference, Institute for Optimum Nutrition, London, England, November 1993.
[LP delivered an address via video and telephone link-up]

1994s.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1994.
1994s.1.
Program, Itinerary: Oleg Jardetzky at the Beginning of His Career, International Symposium on Biological NMR, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, March 25, 1994.
1994s.2.
Program, Newsletter: Linus Pauling: A Tribute, [Pauling attended but did not speak] 75th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco State University, California, June 22, 1994.

NDs.
Speeches by Linus Pauling, No Date.
NDs.1.
Manuscript, Notes: Introduction, [lecture re: structure of crystals] No Location, No Date. [1940s].
NDs.2.
Typescript Outline: The Hemoglobin Molecule in Health and Disease, No Location, No Date. [1950s].
NDs.3.
Typescript: Science in a Peaceful World, No Location, No Date. [1950s].
NDs.4.
Flyer: No Title, ["Dr. Linus Pauling will discuss a color film of H-Bomb Tests] Pasadena, California, May 22. [1950s].
NDs.5.
Manuscript Notes: Progress Toward World Government, No Location, No Date. [1950s].
NDs.6.
Typescript: Molecules, Our Friends and Enemies, No Location, No Date. [1950s].
NDs.7.
Notes: No Title, [re: molecular diseases, hemoglobin, genetics] No Location, No Date. [1960s].
NDs.8.
Itinerary: No Title, California Institute of Technology, [?] November 17. [1980s].