Letter from Linus Pauling to Chia Si Lu. Page 1. June 14, 1945
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from F.C. Lindvall, Acting Chairman, Committee on Government Contracts to President of the Board of Trustees RE: Discusses the proposal made to continue the work of Physics 7 Contract OEMsr1311 under Dr. Pickering. [Filed under California Institute of Technology: Research-related materials, 1944-1956: Box #1.028, Folder 28.2]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Richard C. Tolman, National Academy of Sciences, RE: Requests information about the International Business Machines, most especially the large one currently in use at Harvard, as Cal Tech has formed a committee to discuss the Institution's needs for such and apparatus. Mentions Prof. Millikan may stop by to see Tolman. Goes on to discuss news from Cal Tech., including current staff issues and the unprecedented amount of government and industry contracts that they are being offered. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #184.1, file:(International Business Machines]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. Joel H. Hildebrand, Department of Chemistry, U.C. Berkeley, RE: Endorses the document “Affirmation of Purpose for American Universities” and gives permission to use his name in connection with it. [Letter from Hildebrand et al to LP June 13, 1945] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #159.3, file:(Hildebrand, Joel)]
  • Letter from Reuben E. Wood, Maryland Research Laboratories, to LP. RE: Has received his letter and copies of letters to Churchill and Stewart. Believes it is worthwhile to remove restrictions on information relative to the oxygen meter. Approves of his proposals regarding publication. Thinks Dr. Beckman should be asked to collaborate on the more detailed papers. Sees no reason why LP shouldn't be a co-author of each paper. Informs him that the navy patent application has not been settled. [Letter from LP to Wood, June 7, 1945] [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work - Materials re: the Pauling Oxygen Meter, 1940-1947: Box #13.001 Folder #1.1]