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Letter from Linus Pauling to Alfred E. Mirsky. August 11, 1937.
Pauling writes to express his interest in Mirsky's recent publication on myocin and, in particular, the experimental techniques that Mirsky used in his work. Pauling also notes a recent visit from N. V. Sidgwick and the beginnings of construction of the Crellin Laboratory at Caltech. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Alfred E. Mirsky
Associated: N.V. Sidgwick, Robert Robinson, F. Gowland Hopkins

Date: August 11, 1937
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr248.3-lp-mirsky-19370811
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