Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Corey. Page 1. March 3, 1948
Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Corey. March 3, 1948. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

Travel: England

Activity Listings

  • Advance of Credit from University Chest, Oxford, for LP in the amount of £94.68. [Filed under LP Biographical: Business & Financial, Tax Documents, 1930-1956: box #4.001, folder 1.4]
  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Executive Secretary, Department of Chemistry, Caltech, to Prof. Karl F. Herzfeld, The Catholic University of America, RE: Thanks him for sending the copy of Heisenberg's letter. Notes that LP is currently in England and has already received a similar letter, which she has forwarded to him. [Letters from Heisenberg to LP January 8, 1948, from Herzfeld to LP February 26, 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #154.1, file:(Heisenberg, W.)]
  • Letter from Clarence S. Metcalf to Dr. Albert Einstein, Chairman, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. Writes that he believes the open letter to Dr. Einstein from the four Soviet scientists and Dr. Einstein's reply that appeared in the February issue of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists was not sufficiently publicized, and he would like permission to extract the two items and publish it themselves. Asks if Dr. Einstein can give that privilege or if he should contact The Bulletin. LP Peace: Box 3.005, Folder 5.6
  • Letter from G. Friedmann, Secretary, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Bureau de New York, RE: Regrets to inform him that despite all efforts, they were unable to obtain a passport for Kamen to enable him to attend the Congress in Paris on “Les echanges isotopiques et structure moleculaire.” Encloses copies of two letters from Kamen to herself. [Letters from LP to Friedmann November 3, 1947, from Kamen to Friedmann February 17, 1948, February 22, 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #197.2, file:(Kamen, Michael)]
  • Letter from Gordon Brown to LP RE: Requests permission to republish a table prepared by J. Sherman in 1933 while he was associated with the Gates and Crellin labs at Caltech. [Letter from Dept. Secretary to Brown March 8, 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #37.15, file:(B: Correspondence 1948)]
  • Letter from J. H. Sturdivant, Prof. of Chemistry, Caltech, to Miss Gabrielle E. Hamburger, Dept. of Geology, MIT, cc: LP, Dr. R. B. Corey, RE: States they would be glad to have her at Caltech if she gets the National Research Council Fellowship. States she would have to work on a problem they give to her, possibly amino acids, metals, or inorganic compounds. Suggests she talk to Dr. Jerry Donohue and Dr. E. W. Hughes at the ASXRED meeting. [Letters from Gabrielle E. Hamburger to Dean of Graduate Studies February 17, 1948, from J. H. Sturdivant to LP March 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #370.3]
  • Letter from W. R. Stott, Business Manager, Caltech, to Mrs. G. J. Watumull, Chairman, Distribution Committee, Watumull Foundation RE: responds to letter of February 26 and advises that they would be happy to administer the fellowship, and requests that they inform, in detail, how the funds are to be applied. [Letter from Watumull to Director of Admissions February 26, 1948] [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia: Box 1.017, Folder 17.3]
  • Manuscript: First Lecture, University College, London, England. [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1948s.22]