"A Discussion of the Intensity of Absorbtion of Light." Page 1. May 27, 1945
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Charles R. Fordyce, Chairman of the Lecture Committee, to LP. RE: Is happy to know that he has accepted the invitation. Will write again to confirms the date. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1943-1948: Box #14.003 Folder #3.3]
  • Letter from George G. Wright to Dr. Warren C. Lothrop, cc: Mr. G.A. Richter. Notes that Lothrop's letters of May 21st and 24th and his telegram have arrived. Discusses his proposed trip east and the new methods for the development of LC 1 and 2. Explains that there are also decisions that need to be made regarding the supply of materials. Tells Lothrop that he will get to the suggested experimental work within the next week and that they are not pleased with Bates' results with their reagents, so they might send developed samples of the Bell screeds for Bates' comparison. Notes that the LC 1 screeds from Summers seen satisfactory. Describes the agenda for the rest of the work on the methods, discussing the details of several of the methods and dyes. Informs Lothrop that they are waiting for his visit to discuss the vitamin method. Says that the present financial arrangements are satisfactory, but that LP knows more about them. Attached are two of the Office of Scientific Research and Development's Receipts of Classified Material from Wright to Lothrop and Richter, for this letter and its enclosures. LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.016
  • Letter from Lt. R. J. Perry, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, to LP RE: Explains to LP the value that his text, “General Chemistry,” could provide to sophomores at USCG Academy taking a first year chemistry course. Explains the curriculum of the current chemistry course and its shortcomings. Attaches a list of USCG Academy's chemistry experiments and requests a list of LP's experiments from his curriculum. [Letters from LP to Lt. R. J. Perry October 24, 1944, from LP to Lt. R. J. Perry June 11, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #312.10, file: (P: Correspondence, 1945)]
  • Memo from LP to Prof. Robert A. Millikan RE: Discusses the visit by Hamilton and the other IBM representatives to Cal Tech. Suggests a special committee be formed to discuss the design of an IBM calculating machine for Cal Tech. Suggests that Ward, Shaffer and Stewart be on the committee. [Letter from LP to Millikan June 6, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #247.1, file:(Millikan, Robert)]
  • Propositions Submitted by William H. Eberhardt for the PhD Oral Examination. [LP Biographical CIT: Materials re: Teaching and Advising of Graduate Students by Linus Pauling, 1935-1963: Box #1.016, Folder 16.2]