Letter from Linus Pauling to F.R. Moulton. Page 1. November 8, 1938
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  • AHP writes cheque to: C. J. Gould amount $32.96 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.014, Folder #2]
  • Handwritten notes by LP, RE: Notes that Mr. Wells says that Mrs. Woodruff warned him not to trespass on her property while grading and paving the road. Says that Mr. Stewart will see Mitchell, head of the right-of-way department, and look into the situation. Notes that Wilson and Woodruff might have to bear the cost of paving the 33 foot road. [Filed under LP Personal Safe: Drawer 2, Folder 2.034]
  • Letter from J. McKeen Cattell to F. R. Moulton, American Association for Advancement of Science RE: Cattell believes it is important to maintain the affiliation between the AAAS and thee American Physical Society and every effort should be made to regain the cooperation of scientists in those fields for the future of American science. LP is mention as someone who can help to arrange a closer cooperation with the chemists. [Filed under LP Science: Box #14.001, Folder #1.1]
  • Letter from LP to Miss Marian Evans RE: Regrets to say that he does not have any pamphlets, graphs or charts on vitamins and hormones available for distribution. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #112, Folder #112.5]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. C. C. Trillingham RE: Encloses the attendance tickets for the fifth and sixth lectures of the Teachers' Institute series. [Filed under: T: Correspondence, Box #410, Folder #410.3]