Letter from Linus Pauling to Emil Ott. Page 1. October 27, 1942
Letter from Linus Pauling to Emil Ott. October 27, 1942. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Chemistry 1a Freshman Chemistry Notice for Instructors concerning assignment, recitation, laboratory, general. [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia: Box 1.013, Folder 13.4]
  • Entry in research notebook by W. H. Eberhardt, National Research Defense Committee, on NDRC-11. [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Non-Pauling War Work, 1942-44: Box #13.007 Folder #7.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Arthur F. Scott, Acting President, Reed College, RE: States that there is a strong possibility that a couple graduates could work as assistants and get full tuition and boarding. Suggests that two particular students apply immediately. [Letters from Arthur F. Scott to LP October 20, 1942, from LP to Dr. Arthur F. Scott November 9, 1942] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 339.4]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Beckman. RE: Informs him that Dr. John F. Fulton of Yale is a Member of the Committee on Aviation Medicine of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, so it is all right to send him information. [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work - Materials re: the Pauling Oxygen Meter, 1942-1950: Box #13.002 Folder #2.3]
  • Letter from LP to Selective Service System. [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work - Materials re: Oxypolygelatin, 1941-1945, 1951-1952, 1972-1974: Box #13.004 Folder #4.1] sci13.004.1-lp-selectiveservice-19421026.tei.xml
  • Letter from Professor E. Bright Wilson, Jr., Department of Chemistry, Harvard University RE: Thanks him for getting Patterson for them, gives description of Patterson's job, explains how having two men means they can give them another project to do such as mixing the TNT, and tells where Patterson should go when he arrives as well as other useful information. [Letter from LP to Wilson Jr. October 20, 1942] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 438.5]
  • Letter from Professor J. Williams, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas to LP RE: Writes about his exceptional student Martin Ettlinger, describes him as a seventeen-year-old in line for his master's degree in chemistry, says he is most interested in organic chemistry, describes him physically as well as his background, and says he is interested in doing war work. Says that Ettlinger has a prospect at Harvard but asked him to write to LP on his behalf. (Note on back in pencil: "Dr. Nelson - LA Co, epidemiologist has a supply of lymphocyte coriomeningitis virus - antibody could be tested in mice.") [Letter from LP to Williams October 28, 1942] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 436.6]
  • Pamphlet from the Autumn Meeting of the National Academy of Sciences. [Filed under LP Science: National Academy of Sciences, 1939-1944: Box #14.018 Folder #18.2]