Letter from Linus Pauling to Anderson Pace. Page 1. October 12, 1939
Letter from Linus Pauling to Anderson Pace. October 12, 1939. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from LP to F. A. Philbrick RE: LP did not realize Philbrick's interest was in plant physiology and describes the excellent research programs under Haagen-Smit and Went and would like Philbrick to describe the research he would like to do to see if he might be able to work with them. [Letter from Philbrick to LPOctober 8, 1939; Philbrick's reply to LP October 20, 1939] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #312, Folder #312.4]
  • Letter from LP to George L. Clark, University of Illinois RE: Thanks him for letter of congratulations and gives him permission to reference the book in his own work. [Clark's letter October 10, 1939] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #66, Folder #66.2]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. F. A. Philbrick RE: LP was interested to learn that he is planning to work on micro-chemical problems related to plant physiology. LP goes on to describe the facilities at CIT for microchemical analysis. LP would like Philbrick to attend CIT and carry on research with professors Haagen-Smit and Went. [Philbrick's letter: October 8, 1939] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #312, Folder #312.4]
  • Letter from LP to W. S. Schaefer, Cornell University Press RE: LP requests a statement giving the number of copies of his book sold to date and the number of copies the Press has available at present. LP requests a copy of the book be printed with blank pages interleaving the printed ones for him to use in revision. [Filed under LP Books: Box 1939b, Folder 1939b.2]
  • Letter from Warren Weaver, Director, The Natural Sciences-The Rockefeller Foundation to LP RE: LP hopes Weaver received the reprints of the protein paper sent to him some days ago; LP will send reprints of all their papers from now on. LP has appointed Zechmeister as the Professor of Organic Chemistry at C. I. T. and eventually would like to appoint his trained assistant, Miller, as well. LP requests that some budget allocations be altered to pay Zechmeister's salary and travel expenses. [Weaver's reply to LP October 19, 1939] [Filed under LP Science: Box #14.038, Folder #38.7]