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Letter from Dorothy Wrinch to Linus Pauling. August 29, 1936.
Wrinch writes to request a copy of Paulings recent paper on the denaturation of proteins and to express her interest in meeting with Pauling to discuss proteins.

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29th August, 1936

From Dr. D. M. Wrinch

Dear Professor Pauling,

I am very much interested in your new paper on the denaturation of proteins. May I ask you for a copy of it.

As it happens I am coming to the States next month. I do not think I shall get over to the West, but I would awfully like the chance of a conversation with you about proteins if it were possible. Will you by any happy chance be in New York during the autumn. My address will be

c/o The Rockefeller Foundation,

49 West 49th Street,

New York.

I enclose copies of my protein stuff in case they may interest you.

Sincerely yours,

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