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Letter from Linus Pauling to Bryce L. Crawford, Jr. October 1, 1945.
Pauling writes to recommend Stanley Swingle for an open position at the University of Minnesota. In so doing, Pauling describes Swingle's research background, teaching abilities, theoretical background and general personality. Pauling specifically points out "the excellent Tiselius apparatus" that Swingle constructed under the supervision of J. Holmes Sturdivant.

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Date: October 1, 1945
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr377.15-lp-crawford-19451001
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