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"The Scientific War Work of Linus C. Pauling: A Documentary History" was released on July 16, 2010. The website is a product of the Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections: Cliff Mead, Head of Special Collections; Chris Petersen, Faculty Research Assistant; Ryan Wick, Information Technology Consultant.

The site narrative was written by Trevor Sandgathe.

Content selection and development by Trevor Sandgathe and Chris Petersen.

Special thanks are due to Jeff Geisinger for his contributions to the graphic design of this site. Thanks also to Christy Turner and John Ngo for their assistance with document scanning, and to Tom Hager and Dr. Mary Jo Nye for their editorial contributions.

All of the audio clips featured on this website are extracted from the Thomas Hager Papers - our thanks to Tom Hager for permitting our use of this content.

Further, and invaluable, assistance was provided by Will Clark, Carly Dougher, Jill Ferris, Ben Jager, Reed Strickland, Rachel West, Anna Wilsey and Spencer Witter.

The creators of this website have either sought or are grateful to the copyright holders for permission to reproduce the documents, illustrations and quotations presented on this website. The Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers apologize for any unintentional omissions and, if informed of any such cases, would be pleased to update the site immediately.

We are grateful to the many colleagues who have assisted us in determining copyrights for specific materials. These individuals include: MacKenzie Brigham, Tufts University Digital Collections and Archives; Christine Colburn, Barbara Gilbert and Daniel Meyer, University of Chicago Special Collections Research Center; John Cuthbert and Catherine Rakowski, West Virginia University Libraries; Dr. Shelley Erwin and Loma Karklins, California Institute of Technology Archives; Rachel Frederick, Library of Congress Manuscript Division; Paul Hogroian, Library of Congress Duplication Services; Dr. Sheldon Hochheiser, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University; Jennifer King, George Washington University Libraries; George Kupczak, the AT&T Archives; and Jody Lloyd Thompson, Georgia Institute of Technology Archives and Records Management.

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