Letter from Linus Pauling to Paul Emmett. Page 1. April 26, 1949
Letter from Linus Pauling to Paul Emmett. April 26, 1949. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Travel: New York

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: Sigma Xi in DC, PM luncheon; dinner; both at Cosmo Club (cancelled) [Filed under LP Travel Materials: 1932-1954: Box #1.001 Folder #1.7]
  • Letter from Alden H. Emery, Executive Secretary, to Board of Directors. RE: Informs them of the meeting time and place. Informs them of agenda items. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
  • Letter from Gregory Duboff, Research Associate, Emery Tumor Group, to LP RE: Asks LP if he would be interested in joining the research project which he and Dr. Emery are conducting. Adds that Kaliss and Woolley are also working with antibodies. Includes a detailed outline of a protocol for a study on antibodies and cancer. (Notes in top margin: “Cavelti mixed strep toxin & mixed with homologous tissue & by injection produced auto-antibodies.” “Dan doesn't want to work with Duboff on this- doesn't think Duboff will do any work.”) [Letter from LP to Duboff May 18, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #98.14, file:(D: Correspondence, 1949)]
  • Letter from LP to Bertram Washington. LP states that he is pleased to serve as a member of a National Citizens Committee in support of the Federal Employees Defense Committee. [Reply to Washington, April 12, 1949]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Henry Margenau, Sloane Physics Laboratory, Yale, RE: Accepts his nomination to the Research Coordinating Board of the Foundation for Integrated Research. [Letters from Margenau to LP March 9, 1949, May 27, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #122.8, file:(Foundation for Integrated Research)]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. W. A. Kirklin, Chairman, Division of Analytical and Mirco-Chemistry. RE: Accepts the invitation to dinner, as long as it is not on Monday. Asks permission to postpone the decision about the title of the talk. [Filed under LP Science: American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1949-1950: Box #14.005 Folder #5.1]
  • Letter from LP to Edvard A. Jumpertz RE: Thanks him for his letter, states that he has had a copy of The Nature of the Chemical Bond sent and says he will give advice on Jumpertz's problem if needed. [Letters from Jumpertz to LP April 19, 1949, May 16, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #192.15, file:(J: Correspondence, 1949)]
  • Letter from LP to H.W.Thompson, St. John's College, Oxford. RE: Is looking forward to seeing him between July 15-20 . Will send the $800 to him in care of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Is glad to see his success in the reflecting microscope and states that the most interesting is the discovery of the difference in hemoglobin in patients with sickle cell anemia. Asks if they were supposed to pay part of his traveling expenses. [Reply to Thompson April 7, 1949] [Filed under LP Science: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1946-1952: Box #14.014 Folder #14.4]
  • Letter to Cornell University Press, from LP. RE: Asking them to send a copy of his book, The Nature of the Chemical Bond to a person in Germany. [Filed under: LP Manuscripts of Books, 1960b.5.2]
  • Letter to LP from E.K. Wickman RE: Hopes Dr. John Sheridan obtains a Fellowship. [Letter from E. K. Wickman to LP April 26, 1949] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1949), #378.3]
  • Memo from LP to R. B. Corey RE: mentions they have received a fellowship application from Inga Lucille Faller for a post-doctoral research fellowship in chemistry. Adds that Malcolm Dole says she is brilliant and scored a higher grade in her doctor's physical chemistry exam than any other candidate. States perhaps she would be worth considering for the protein project. [Letter from Faller to Kirkwood April 19, 1949] [Letter from Corey to Faller April 29, 1949] [Filed under LP Biographical: Academia: Box 1.017, Folder 17.3]
  • Outline included with Duboff April 27, 1949. At the top of the first page is a note from LP: “I suggested using benzidine to couple ovalbumin to tumor tissue.” The first page outlines the method of preparation of two tumor types with six toxin types and how to actively immunize the tumors. The second page tells how to passively immunize the tumors and how to evaluate the effect of the antiserum on the tumors. The third page discusses how to transplant lymphosarcoma into rats.
  • Typescript, Abstract, Correspondence, Program, Background Material: Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease, National Academy of Sciences, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. [Pauling did not attend] [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1949s.6]