Letter from Linus Pauling to G.N. Lewis. Page 1. September 18, 1944
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  • Handwritten Meeting Minutes of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. [Filed under LP Biographical: (CIT: Materials re: Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 1915-1944), Box #1.019, Folder #19.7]
  • Letter from A. N. Richards, Committee on Medical Records, to LP. RE: Is delighted at the news which LP's letter contained. Should be able to provide him with more penicillin. Warns him not to let the news out too prematurely. [Filed under LP Science: Assorted LP War Work, 1940-1946: Box #13.006 Folder #6.5]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. H. V. Tartar, Dept. Of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, RE: States that Dr. Arthur J. Stosick is looking for an academic appointment and inquires if there are any openings at the University of Washington. Describes Stosick's relevant experience and education. Same letter to: Prof. W. D. Bonner, University of Utah; Prof. Roger Adams, University of Illinois; Dr. A. H. Kunz, University of Oregon, Eugene; Dr. E. C. Gilbert, Oregon State University, Corvallis; Dr. J. H. Matthews, University of Wisconsin. [Letters from Mrs. Edna Evans to LP September 28, 1944, from Walter D. Bonner to LP September 29, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #369.5]
  • Letter from Prof. Gilbert N. Lewis, Department of Chemistry, UC Berkeley, to LP RE: Replies that he finds LP's interpretation of their data with Raman lines interesting. Requests LP write a letter to the Editor of the Journal on the subject. Notes that his paper on phosphorescence is being sent to the Journal and that he would like to talk to LP about it after receiving the proofs. [Letters from LP to Lewis September 18, 1944, September 27, 1944] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #216.1, file:(Lewis, G.N. Correspondence)]