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"Peace Resolution." 1940.
Issued by the American Association of Scientific Workers. Published in "Science" magazine.  View all information. 

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"Speech for Union Now." April 8, 1940.
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"The Immediate Need for Interdemocracy Federal Union and Mr. Streit’s Proposed Declaration of Interdependence." July 22, 1940.
Union Now meeting, Pasadena, California.  View all information. 24 pages total.

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Notes by Linus Pauling related to the development of a torsion balance for the Pauling oxygen meter. October 1940.
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"Report on Hydrogen Peroxide." November 13, 1940.
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"Science and Democracy." November 26, 1940.
Tau Beta Pi Banquet, Pasadena, California.  View all information. 5 pages total.

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Untitled Pauling Diary. 1941 - 1942.
Pauling records details of his work with the U.S. government in this diary. As one of the scientists working...  View all information. 29 pages total.

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Notes on meals by Ava Helen Pauling. June 22, 1941.
Notes by Ava Helen Pauling detailing the caloric, protein and salt content of Linus Pauling's meals during the period of...  View all information. 

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Notes on blood urea concentrations. November 17, 1941.
Notes by Linus Pauling theorizing that a constant volume of dilute urine is formed within individuals and that blood urea...  View all information. 

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"NC program." 1942.
Notes by Linus Pauling on rocket propellant research.  View all information. 

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"Possibilities." 1942.
Notes by Linus Pauling on potential angles to be pursued in his program of rocket propellant research.  View all information. 

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"Diary 1942." 1942.
This diary contains entries on Pauling's meetings with various groups and individuals. It also includes notes on his research...  View all information. 53 pages total.

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Pauling Diary: "Westinghouse 1943." 1942 - 1945.
Pauling records information about his travels and meetings in this diary. Much of it is devoted to detailing his scientific...  View all information. 46 pages total.

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Notes re: high explosives and propellants. August 11 - October 1, 1942.
Notes by Linus Pauling taken during several meetings in late summer and fall 1942.  View all information. 63 pages total.

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Notes prepared in anticipation of the first meetings of the Ad Hoc Committee on Internal Ballistics. August 13 - 25, 1942.
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First and second meetings of the Ad Hoc Committee on Internal Ballistics. August 28, 1942.
Notes by Linus Pauling on rocket propellant research; notes taken at two meetings held in Washington, D.C.  View all information. 13 pages total.

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Notes by Linus Pauling on a conversation with George Kistiakowsky. September 5, 1942.
Notes concerning ongoing developments in their program of rocket propellant research.  View all information. 

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Rough draft of a resolution passed by the Ad Hoc Committee on Internal Ballistics. September 12, 1942.
Resolution concerning the proper course of action as concerns rocket propellant research.  View all information. 

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"Report of The Ad Hoc Committee on Internal Ballistics of the National Defense Research Committee." September 29, 1942.
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Notes from multiple meetings on rocket propellant development. January 23 - September 8, 1943.
Notes by Linus Pauling.  View all information. 21 pages total.

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Notes by Linus Pauling on a method for producing oxypolygelatin. July 23, 1943.
Notes were taken at a Committee on Medical Research meeting and document a presentation by Arthur Le Rosen.  View all information. 

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Notes on stabilizers and plasticizers for use in the development of rocket propellants. March 15, 1944.
Notes by Linus Pauling.  View all information. 

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Notes from Division 8 meetings on rocket propellant development. August 21 - 24, 1944.
Notes by Linus Pauling.  View all information. 5 pages total.

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"A New Method of Rocket Propulsion" and "A Method of Decreasing the Temperature Coefficient of Steady-state Pressure." October 10 - November 10, 1944.
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Notes regarding invisible ink tests. approx. 1945.
Two secret ink screeds are attached to the notes, which are believed to have been written by Warren C. Lothrop.  View all information. 

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Page of test screeds developed as part of a research program on invisible inks. 1945.
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Pauling Diary: "Paragon S-7845." 1945.
This diary is comprised of notes from two conferences attended by Linus Pauling, one on structurally composite powders and the...  View all information. 22 pages total.

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"Blood Substitutes." February 16, 1945.
Speech delivered before the Los Angeles Academy of Medicine, California.  View all information. 

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The Future of Medical Research. April 25, 1945.
Lecture delivered to the International College of Surgeons, Los Angeles.  View all information. 

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Test screed developed as part of a research program on invisible inks. November 14, 1945.
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"Introduction of Colonel Evans Carlson." December 27, 1945.
Speech delivered at The Town House, Los Angeles, California.  View all information. 6 pages total.

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"The Condensation and Oxidation of Gelatin with Glyoxal and Hydrogen Peroxide for the Preparation of a Plasma Substitute (Oxypolygelatin)." 1949.
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"Nuclear Structure & Fission." January 15, 1964.
Research notebook entry by Linus Pauling.  View all information. 

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"Nuclear Fission." August 1976.
Research notebook entry by Linus Pauling.  View all information. 

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