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Letter from Linus Pauling, Jr. to Ava Helen Pauling. June 30, 1941.
Linus Jr. writes to update his mother on recent events while she is away. Linus Jr. notes that he has caught a cold and is running low on money. He also writes of an incident in which he shot a skunk near the Pauling home, suggesting that rifle sights coated with luminescent paint might prove useful for nighttime use. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling, Jr.
Recipient: Ava Helen Pauling
Associated: Linus Pauling, Crellin Pauling, Linda Pauling, Peter Pauling, David Shoemaker, Verner Schomaker

Date: June 30, 1941
Genre: correspondence
ID: bio5.036.3-lpjr-ahp-19410630
Copyright: More Information

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