Letter from Linus Pauling to Otto Beeck. Page 1. February 25, 1947
Letter from Linus Pauling to Otto Beeck. February 25, 1947. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., to LP RE: Freeman has sent a memorandum of queries on several chapters of the book. He apologies for his "finickiness" but explains it as being a product of the manuscript's great possibility. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b4.6.]
  • Letter from Dan H. Campbell to Prof. Henry P. Treggeres, School of Medicine, Yale University, RE: Answers Treffer's questions regarding in vitro antibody formation, on LP's request. [Filed under LP Correspondence: #410.12]
  • Letter from George C. Griffith, M.D. to LP RE: Griffith encloses a check in the amount of $50 in appreciation for the very splendid address given before the members of the American College of Physician at their regional dinner on February 7th. [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1947.1]
  • Letter from Max T. Rogers, Assistant Prof. of Physical Chemistry, Michigan State College, to LP RE: States that the magnetic anisotropy paper will be published in two or three months and requests 250 reprints. States that Dr. Schomaker has approved a presentation on interhalogen compounds he is to give at the Atlantic City meeting. [Letter from Max T. Rogers to LP December 13, 1946] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #335.7]
  • Letter from Stephen T. Lockwood to Dr. Albert Einstein, Chairman, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. Encloses a donation and shares his views of the committees six statements. Also requests Dr. Einstein's autograph and requests an explanation of his theory of relativity. [Letter from Ray to Lockwood, March 7, 1947]. LP Peace: Box 3.005, folder 5.3
  • Note from Dr. Thomas Addis to LP RE: Mentions that he has spoken to Miss Shedd, a novelist, about Carlson's situation and that he has had some explanation about what has been going on with MacMillan. Goes on to state that he may not be able to make it to the Physiological Congress due to funding. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #2.2, file:(Addis, Thomas 1946-1947)]