Letter from Linus Pauling to Paul Emmett. Page 1. December 16, 1941
Letter from Linus Pauling to Paul Emmett. December 16, 1941. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from E.P. Hamilton, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., to LP . RE: Hamilton hopes that LP will send a copy of his lithoprinted textbook on general chemistry as soon as it's finished. He hopes that LP will make no commitments on publication until he's received their comments on his manuscript. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b5.22]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Richard M. Johnson, Frederick Stearns and Company, Scientific Laboratory, RE: Recommends to him Theodore Vermeulen, Clyde Blohm, and Bennett Preble for the chemical engineering position. [Letter from Johnson to LP December 1, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #192.8, file:(J: Correspondence, 1941)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Victor K. LaMer, Department of Chemistry, Columbia University, RE: Regrets that he will be unable to attend the Conference of the New York Academy of Sciences on March 27 and 28 as he is already making two short trips to New York in February and March. [Letter from December 5, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #212.4, file:(LaMer, Victor K.)]
  • Letter from LP to Henry Allen Moe, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. RE: Informs him that their defense activities have already increased. Thinks that it my be impossible for him to go to Argentina. Has begun to read the application digests. Asks that the next batch be sent to his office, not his house. [Filed under LP Science: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1925-1945: Box #14.013 Folder #13.17]
  • Postcard from Sam R. Hoover, Chemist, Protein Division, Eastern Regional Research Laboratory, USDA, to Cal Tech RE: Requests reprints. (Note above text: “824 Sent 1/12/42 BCS”) [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #165.6, file:(H: Correspondence 1941)]
  • Telegram from LP to Dr. Erle M. Billings, Eastman Kodak Company, RE: “Nine bachelor chemists twenty-four bachelor applied chemists graduated 1941. Expect nine bachelor chemists, nineteen applied chemists, 1942. No ROTC or advanced military.” [Telegram from Billings to LP December 17, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #111.1, file:(Eastman Kodak Company, 1938, 1940-1941, 1943-1944, 1951, 1957)]