Linus Pauling examining a small lizard. Picture. 1948
Linus Pauling examining a small lizard. 1948. Picture  Larger Images / More Information.

Travel: Paris

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Alden H. Emery, Executive Secretary, to Dr. Albert Noyes. RE: Informs him that Dr. Lundell is in very bad health. Asks if he has considered a replacement. Mentions Raleigh Gilcrist. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1943-1948: Box #14.003 Folder #3.4]
  • Letter from Walter O. Lundberg, Resident Director of The Hormel Institute, to Dr. Albert Einstein, Chairman, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. Encloses a donation and writes that he believes scientists need to take more direct political action if they hope to bring about changes. Shares that he is active in the Democratic party and knowledgeable regarding politics, and suggests that the scientists organize into a lobbying group. [Letter from Ray to Lundberg, August 19, 1948] LP Peace: Box 3.005, Folder 5.3