Letter from Linus Pauling to Joseph Mayer. Page 1. April 16, 1941
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  • Letter from Colin G. Fink, Head, Division of Electrochemistry, Columbia University, and Temporary Chairman, American Committee of Chemists and Engineers to aid Greece, to LP RE: Requests LP serve on the committee, as his endorsement will add weight to their cause. [Letter from LP to Fink April 21, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #128.7, file:(F: Correspondence, 1941)]
  • Letter from Dr. Maurice L. Huggins, Chairman, National Research Council, Committee on X-ray and Electron Diffraction, to LP RE: Sends a questionnaire regarding the formation of a national society on X-ray and Electron Diffraction, with it's own conferences and journals. (Note under text: “Dear Linus: I am especially anxious to have your comments and suggestions. Best regards to you all - Maury.”) [Letter from LP to Huggins April 21, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #162.13, file:(Huggins, Maurice L., 1927-1941)]
  • Letter from H. I. Schlesinger, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Chicago, to LP RE: Writes regarding housing for LP for when he comes to teach at the University of Chicago for a month this summer. States that the Housing Bureau will be writing to LP about housing. Hopes LP has recovered from his illness. [Letters from H. I. Schlesinger to LP January 27, 1941, from LP to Prof. H. I. Schlesinger April 18, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #357.7]
  • Record of LP's diet while ill with nephritis. Breakfast: 1 c pineapple, 6 hotcakes, 1 sq butter, 5 T syrup, 1/4 c cream (20%), 1 c coffee / Lunch: 2 eggs, 1 carrot, 1/4 c gelatine, 1/4 c cream, tea, chocolate bar / Dinner: 1 c milk, 1 potato, ½ c cauliflower, 1/4 c breadcrumbs, 1 piece sponge-cake, 4 T cream, 2 whole peaches, 2 sq butter, 1 orange [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #3.1, file:(Record of LP's diet while ill with nephritis kept by Ava Helen Pauling, 1941-1942.)]