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Letter from Linus Pauling to George Kistiakowsky. June 30, 1942.
Pauling writes to confirm his schedule for traveling to Bruceton to work with Kistiakowsky as a consultant.

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June 30, 1942

Air Mail

Dr. G.B. Kistiakowsky

Bureau of Mines

4800 Forbes Street

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dear George:

I was pleased rather than disappointed that you prefer Dr. Sturdivant and me to come to Bruceton later in the summer than July 15. Unless you have other preferences, we shall plan to leave here early in August, arriving in Bruceton perhaps the 8th or 10th of August. I think that it would be desirable for me to be back in Pasadena by about September 20th.

I am looking forward very much to seeing you after your return from England, and in the meantime to receiving the long letter which you mentioned.

Cordially yours,

Linus Pauling

LP:jr

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