"Unsolved Mysteries of Structural Chemistry." Page 1. May 9, 1947
"Unsolved Mysteries of Structural Chemistry." May 9, 1947. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 28 pp.  View Transcript

Travel: Washington, D.C.

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Dr. H.D. Piersma, Director, Human Biological Section, Lederle Laboratories, to LP RE: Sends an older Type I Polysaccharide prepared by Mr. Greene as they have run out of the requested preparation by Mr. Beard. [Letters from LP to Beard March 17, 1947, from Clapp to LP April 8, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #230.13, file:(L: Correspondence, 1947)]
  • Letter from Dr. L.E. Sutton to LP RE: Responds that he has reserved lodging for LP and AHP from June 13th-19th in Oxford. Describes the hotel where they will stay, the King's Arms. Mentions that he will spend July 25th through September 3rd in the U.S. [Letter from LP to Sutton April 21, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box #70.6, file:(The Chemical Society, 1946-1947, 1972-1973, 1977, 1980, 1983)]
  • Letter from Dr. P. Mellor, Department of Chemistry, The University of Sydney to LP RE: Introduces John Willis, an old student of his who has been awarded a Research Fellowship Post at University College in London, and as he has become interested in problems dealing with molecular structure, resonance energy and basic strength, he would greatly appreciate meeting LP. [Letter from Willis to LP October 25, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 443.15]
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Foundation, to George Wills Beadle, CIT. RE: Invites him to become a member of the Advisory Board of the Foundation for a four year term. Informs him about the Advisory Board. Encloses their latest report. [Filed under LP Science: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1946-1952: Box #14.014 Folder #14.2]
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Foundation, to LP. RE: Informs him that the Board of Trustees has reappointed him to the Foundation's Advisory Board. Hopes he can accept. Asks him to speak about the Board to Dr. Beadle. [Filed under LP Science: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1946-1952: Box #14.014 Folder #14.2]
  • Letter from Janet MacRorie to LP RE: The publishers have started receiving single-copy orders and wonder if such orders might make up a larger percentage of sales than they thought. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b4.6.]
  • Letter from Jerome G. Locke to Mary E. Ray, Secretary, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. Requests that 500 copies of "Only Then Shall We Find Courage" be forward to the Montana MVA Association, and in about a month the Directors will again meet and vote on whether materials can be purchased from the National Committee on Atomic Information. If funds are approved, they will help distribute them with their own literature. [Letter from Ray to Locke, 4- 28-47, Letter from Ray to Locke, May 16, 1947]. LP Peace: Box 3.005, Folder 5.3
  • Letter from L. A. DuBridge, President, Caltech, to LP, RE: DuBridge offers LP the opportunity to continue his appointment at Caltech under the new year-round plan. LP would be paid for research and school-related activities during the summer, and would be entitled to one month of vacation time. DuBridge describes the other details of the plan and also tells LP to consult with the Division Chairman or the Dean of the Faculty if he wishes to remain on the present nine-month basis. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #2, Folder #2.006]
  • Letter from L.H. Lampitt to LP RE: Lampitt answers LP's questions regarding the Congress Lectures of the Physical Chemistry Section of the International Congress and informs LP that reservations have been made for at the Dorchester Hotel. [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1947s.15]
  • Memorandum from W.H. Freeman to LP RE: Freeman is beginning to get reactions to "General Chemistry." Sales are going up, even though some professors and chemists argue that the material in the book is too lightly covered or too complex for students to grasp. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b4.6.]