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Letter from Linus Pauling to W. A. Wooster. October 10, 1940.
Pauling writes to agree with Wooster that it is unfortunate that Max Perutz is not being allowed to conduct his research, though the rationale is understandable. Pauling also expresses his support for the English war effort and notes that "the preparations for national defense in this country are going along satisfactorily." Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: William A. "Peter" Wooster
Associated: Max Perutz, Rockefeller Foundation

Date: October 10, 1940
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr438.9-lp-wooster-19401010
Copyright: More Information

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