Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert A. Millikan. Page 1. March 13, 1944
Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert A. Millikan. March 13, 1944. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

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  • Letter from Dr. Thorfin Hogness, Metallurgical Laboratory, University of Chicago, RE: Thanks him for sending the names of potential job candidates. Regrets that they have no more funding to hire additional workers at this time. Adds he is glad Linus, Jr's situation appears to be working out. Thanks him for his interest in his son David, as well as the news on his progress. [Letters from LP to Hogness March 9, 1944, March 10, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #162.5, file:(Hogness, Thorfin)]
  • Letter from J.B. Koepfli, Gates and Crellin Labs, to J.T. Fuess, Chemical Sales Division, Eastman Kodak Company, RE: Informs Fuess that LP has placed Koepfli in charge on the investigation of the fatal accident involving ethylchlorol carbonate. Asks why No. P-591 is not stabilized if it is necessary to stabilize No. 591 White Label. Asks how much calcium carbonate is used in stabilization, if it should be visible to the naked eye, and if it decomposes. [Letters from Fuess to LP October 15, 1943, from Fuess to Koepfli March 22, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #111.1, file:(Eastman Kodak Company, 1938, 1940-1941, 1943-1944, 1951, 1957)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. J. H. Saylor, Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University, RE: States he decided the results were not conclusive enough to decide the structure of aluminum trimethyl, and that it is not important enough to continue work at the present time. States they would like to keep Saylor's notebook, but they are happy to send copies on any of the pages. [Letter from J. H. Saylor to LP February 28, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1944), #377.14]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Lawrence Brockway RE: Responds that they could find a stipend for Newburg to do Immunochemistry work if his health now permits. Mentions that now may not be the best time at Cal Tech due to their extensive involvement in war work. [Letter from Brockway to LP March 9, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #31.11, file:(Brockway, Lawrence O., 1936-1942, 1944, 1950, 1955, 1959, 1965, 1979)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Walter B. Canon, Committee on Shock and Transfusions, National Research Council. RE: Answers the questions in his letter of March 6th. [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work Materials re: Oxypolygelatin, 1941-1945, 1951-1952, 1972-1974: Box #13.004 Folder #4.2]
  • Letter from Ralph Connor, Chief, Division 8 to LP RE: Discusses the matter of men working on National Defense work who have been denied deferments. [Filed under LP Biographical: CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students by Linus Pauling: Box #1.018, Folder 18.7]
  • Memorandum from Fred T. Williams, Associate Patent Advisor, National Defense Research Committee, to Jno. D. Myers. RE: Informs him that the final voucher is being held by the Fiscal Section pending the receipt of the required patent records. [Filed under LP Science: Assorted LP War Work, 1940-1946: Box #13.006 Folder #6.1]
  • Santa Fe train ticket envelope for LP, cost totaling $265.77. Handwritten notes about train schedule by LP. LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.012