Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1873-2013

10. Audio / Visual. 1946-2011, undated.

This section consists of a variety of audio/visual materials related to Linus and Ava Helen Pauling and their work in science and peace. Audiocassette tapes, vinyl records, videotapes, Dictaphone belts, audio tape reels and film reels are among the media types held in the audio/visual collection. The content of these various recordings include commencement lectures, public speeches, radio appearances and taped interviews. In addition, Special Collections holds the original film reels used in producing the 1977 NOVA documentary, "Linus Pauling, Crusading Scientist."


164 boxes

Boxes 1962v - 1971v (Page: 11 - 20)



1962v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1962.
1962v.1.
"American Philosophical Society Meeting, April 28, 1962." Dictaphone belt.
[Transferred to DVD/WAV]
1962v.2.
"Men and Molecules." American Chemical Society, producer. 8mm audio tape reel.
[Transferred to compact disc; includes correspondence]
1962v.3.
"Men and Molecules: Linus Pauling on Molecular Disease." American Chemical Society, producer. 8mm audio tape reel.
[Transferred to compact disc]
1962v.4.
"I Bambini Dell'Asilo [The Children of the Asylum]: dedicato da Tino Davini dell'Italmusica al Filosofo Inglese Lord Bertrand Russell, Premio Nobel [dedicated by Tino Davini of Italmusica to the English Philosopher Lord Bertrand Russell, Nobel Prize]" Italmusica, producer. Documentation, correspondence [French], and vinyl "45" record included.
1962v.5.
"Break the Smoke Habit: Suggestive - Motivational Method." Edwin Von Flatto and Robert Lyons, producer. Vinyl "45" record.
1962v.6.
"Jeraneli Peace Awards." WRVR Riverside Radio, producer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1962v.7.
"LP: A. Robinson (1st 20 minutes) Unitarian Fellowship [?] Speech, August 15, 1962", Standard Audiocassette.
[transferred to WAV]

1963v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1963.
1963v.1.
"Tape 2: Side 2 - Pauling, Ava Helen 1st recorded interview, Pasadena, CA. Sept. 14, 1963." Producer unknown. Recording speed, and number of tracks unknown. 1/4" audio recording tape reel.
1963v.2.
"(Technical) Hubert's Teaching inventions." Producer unknown. Courtesy of Hubert N. Alyea. VHS videocassette.
Note: Found on 1981v.1
[Transferred to DVD]
1963v.3.
"Ava Helen Pauling dictation." Dictaphone Dictabelt records.
1963v.4.
"The Second X Chromosome: A Study of Woman (copy 1)." Ava Helen Pauling, Lecturer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1963v.5.
"The Second X Chromosome: A Study of Woman (copy 2)." Ava Helen Pauling, Lecturer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette]
1963v.6.
"Discussion between Dr. Linus Pauling and Dr. Helmut Krauch at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions." [Pauling discusses his creative process] Producer unknown. Original held at the Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University. Compact disc and standard audiocassette.
[on same cassette as 1963v.7]
1963v.7.
"Linus Pauling speaks about the development of nuclear weapons." From a broadcast on Hearst Metrotone News. Original held at the Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University. Compact disc and standard audiocassette.
[on same cassette as 1963v.6]

1964v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1964.
1964v.1.
"Ava Helen Pauling dictation." Dictaphone Dictabelt records.
1964v.2.
"Broadcast of 'African Panorama' Show. Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 1964." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1964v.3.
"Variety of Songs -- mainly Boston Pops Orchestra." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1964v.4.
"Variety of Songs." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1964v.5.
"Pertaining to Peace." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.

1965v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1965.
1965v.1.
"KPFK Broadcast Interview of Linus Pauling." Producer unknown. Recorded at 3 - 3/4 speed, monophonic single track. 1/4" white front audio recording tape reel.
[transferred to compact disc]
1965v.2.
"January 15, 1965: Interview with Pauling at Monteut (?); March 6, 1965: Interview with Dr. & Mrs. Pauling to end of side one, all of side two." Producer unknown. Recorded at 3 - 3/4 speed, single monophonic track. 1/4" white front audio recording tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette; four cassettes] [transferred to WAV]
1965v.3.
"Side 1: Interview with Pauling - Re: Chapter X." Producer unknown. Recording speed and number of tracks unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1965v.4.
"Teaching my Princeton Class." Producer unknown. Courtesy Hubert N. Alyea. VHS videocassette.
Note: Found on 1981v.1
[Transferred to DVD]
1965v.5.
"Ava Helen Pauling dictation." Dictaphone Dictabelt records, 1965.
1965v.6.
"An Appeal to Conscience: Dedicated to the Civil Rights Movement, A Salute to Pres. LB Johnson and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." Producer unknown. Vinyl "45." record.
[transferred to compact disc]
1965v.7.
"More About Women." Ava Helen Pauling, lecturer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1965v.8.
"Pacem in Terris." Universalist Fellowship for Social Justice, producer. 1/4" tape reel.
[transferred to compact disc]
1965v.9.
"Pacem in Terris (copy 2)" Universalist Fellowship for Social Justice, producer. 1/4" tape reel.
1965v.10.
"Presentation of Roumanian Honors to Linus Pauling." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1965v.11.
"Toward a More Scientific Medicine." American Federation for Clinical Research, producer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
1965v.12.
"WCLI, Voice of Labor." WCLI Chicago, producer. LP annotation: "My main program with 2 men sentenced for refusing service in Vietnam was cancelled by the AFL-CIO chief." 1/4" audio tape reel.
1965v.13.
"114 - Science: For Truth or Good? (I) Helmut Krauch; 115 - Science: For Truth or Good? (II) Linus Pauling." Producer unknown. From the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 3 - 3/4 speed, track. 8mm audio tape.
1965v.14.
"A Visit with the Paulings, Dr. and Mrs. Linus Pauling. Frank K. Kelly." Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, producer. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1965v.15.
“161 - Requirements for Peace: The Nature of the Problem. Introductory Remarks by Linus Pauling.” Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, producer. Courtesy of the University of California, Santa Barbara Libraries Special Collections. [UCSB tape number A7742/R7] Compact disc.

1966v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1966.
1966v.1.
"See Who's Here: Interview with Linus Pauling, hosted by Robert Phillips. KOAC-TV, Corvallis", December 2, 1966. KOAC-TV productions. Brief description included. 8mm audio tape reel.
[Transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1966v.2.
"Rome Special: Dr. Linus Pauling, Science and the future of Man. Oregon State University Convocation Dec. 2, 1966." Audiovisual Instruction (OSU) producer. 6.35mm audio tape reel.
[Transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1966v.3.
"Un'ora con Linus Pauling (1)" Radiotelevisione Italiana, producer. 16mm film.
[Includes correspondence]
1966v.4.
"Un'ora con Linus Pauling (2)" Radiotelevisione Italiana, producer. 16mm film.
[Includes correspondence]
1966v.5.
"Jean Rostand accuse...!" Mouvement Contre l'Armement Atomique, producer. 1 vinyl LP record.
[Includes documentation, correspondence]
1966v.6.
"The World of Louis Lomax." KDAY, producer.
[Includes correspondence, script, and 1/4" audio tape reel]
1966v.7.
"The Future of Physical Chemistry", lecture delivered at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Courtesy UCSB Department of Special Collections. Two compact discs.
1966v.8.
"Science and the Future of Man", lecture sponsored by the Oregon State University Department of Journalism, December 2, 1966. 1/4" magnetic audio tape.

1967v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1967.
1967v.1.
"An Interview with: Senator Wayne Morse on Vietnam." World Peace Broadcasting Foundation, producer. Plastic LP record.
1967v.2.
"Linus Pauling: for Berne Radio." Producer unknown. 8mm audio tape reel.
1967v.3.
"First Reel About China." Producer unknown. Standard audiocassette.
[transferred to WAV]
1967v.4.
"Break Thru." Anglican and United Churches, producers. 2 Vinyl LP records. [Segments by LP on "Nationalism" and "Gene Control"].
[Transferred to compact disc; Includes correspondence]

1968v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1968.
1968v.1.
"Interview with Linus Pauling, Part 1 of 2." Courtesy of the Canadian Travel Film Library. Producer unknown. 16mm film.
1968v.2.
"The Committed Scientist." American Chemical Society, producer. 8mm audio tape.
[Includes correspondence]
1968v.3.
"Untitled." Courtesy of Roy Morser. 6.35mm Audio tape reel.
1968v.4.
"Noyes Dedication, Linus Pauling, 5/7/68, Tape 1 of 2", Standard audiocassette, May 5, 1968.
[transferred to WAV]
1968v.5.
"Noyes Dedication, Linus Pauling, 5/7/68, Tape 2 of 2", Standard audiocassette, May 5, 1968.
[transferred to WAV]

1969v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1969.
1969v.1.
"50 Years of Progress in Molecular Diffraction, etc." Linus Pauling dictation. Dictaphone Dictabelt record.
1969v.2.
"My Chem. Dept Lecture, 1969." Linus Pauling dictation. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 7 tapes.
1969v.3.
"Dr. Pauling and Castle: 'Evolution of Molecular Biology.'" Producer unknown. Scotch 1/4" magnetic audio tape reel.
[transferred to compact disc]
1969v.4.
Linus Pauling dictation. "Transcribed 17 July 1969 except for incomplete letter to Dr. Cherkin." Dictaphone Dictabelt record.
1969v.5.
"Oxidation-Reduction by Electron Transfer Through Molecules, by Henry Taube." American Chemical Society, producer. 1/4" audio tape reel.

1970v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1970.
1970v.1.
"Food & Drug Administration- A Branch of our Government." Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 2 tapes.
1970v.2.
"Hofman & Taumplin." Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. September 28, 1970. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 2 tapes.
1970v.3.
"KPFK- no.4 Oct. 1970; Folic Acid." Dictaphone Dictabelt record. Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. 3 tapes.
1970v.4.
"2nd & 3rd KPFK talks, Oct. 1970." Dictaphone Dictabelt record. Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. 4 tapes.
1970v.5.
"Defoliation and Crop Destruction in Vietnam." Dictaphone Dictabelt record. November 13, 1970. 6th KPFK Talk. Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. 2 tapes.
1970v.6.
"Vitamins." December 1, 1970. KPFK Talk. Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 2 tapes.
1970v.7.
"Vitamin C & the Common Cold." December 5, 1970. KPFK Talk. Stanford Univ. Chem. Dept. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 2 tapes.
1970v.8.
"L. Pauling Relevance of Chemistry. Stanford 11 November 1970." Producer unknown. 1/4" magnetic audio tape reel.
1970v.9.
"Linus Pauling at Diet 147; Lectures 1&2, Nov. 16-17, 1970." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1970v.10.
"Linus Pauling at Diet 147; Lectures 3&4, Nov. 18-19, 1970." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1970v.11.
Rally to raise petition signatures to end the Vietnam War. Addresses by George Hammond, Max Delbrück and Linus Pauling. Southern California. Standard audiocassette.
[transferred to WAV]
1970v.12.
"Ava Helen Pauling: People in Crisis (talk show)." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1970v.13.
"Vitamin C & the Common Cold" (Records of some parts of book) Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 15 tapes.
1970v.14.
"Molecular Diseases, Diseases that have Molecular Basis." KPFK talk. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 3 tapes.
1970v.15.
"Review by Carlton Fredericks of The Schizophrenias - Yours and Mine, by Carl C. Pfeiffer." WEVD Radio (New York, NY), producer. 1/4" audio tape reel. February 19, 1970.

1971v.
Audio/Visual materials related to Linus & Ava Helen Pauling, 1971.
1971v.1.
"Uranium Mining, the Mining of Uranium." Jan. 12, 1971. KPFK Talk. Dictaphone Dictabelt record. 1 tape.
1971v.2.
"Ava Helen Pauling: Pasadena." Producer unknown. Standard audiocassette.
[transferred to WAV]
1971v.3.
"An Evening with Ava Helen Pauling with Dr. Linus Pauling and Interviewer Laina Farhat; Part 1 of 2." KPFK Pacifica Radio, producer. 8mm audio film reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1971v.4.
"An Evening with Ava Helen Pauling with Dr. Linus Pauling and Interviewer Laina Farhat; Part 2 of 2." KPFK Pacifica Radio, producer. 8mm audio film reel.
[transferred to standard audiocassette] [transferred to WAV]
1971v.5.
"Mr. Garrison." Producer unknown. Courtesy of Stanley J. Steinberg. 1/4" audio tape reel.
[Includes correspondence]
1971v.6.
"Radiocarbon Dating by W. F. Libby." American Chemical Society, producer. Standard audiocassette.
[transferred to WAV]
1971v.7.
"Antibiotics: Isolation, Nature, and Activities by Selman A. Waksman." American Chemical Society, producer. Standard audiocassette.
1971v.8.
"Week at the U.N." or "Untitled." Producer unknown. 1/4" audio tape reel.