Letter from Linus Pauling to Colston Warne, National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions. Page 1. April 3, 1950
Letter from Linus Pauling to Colston Warne, National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions. April 3, 1950. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

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  • Article: “Serological Relationships between Nucleus, Cytoplasm, and Cytoplasmic Products and the Concept of Complementary Molecules” by A. Mandel Schechtman and Toshiko Nishihara. Printed in Science. [Filed under LP Science: (Research on Biological Specificity, 1973-1996), Box #8.002, Folder #2.6]
  • Letter from Ben May to LP RE: Sends his rough draft and asks for LP’s comments and corrections. States that some senators and congressman are interested in his speech and would like to use it in argument with other members of congress in an effort to persuade them to increase the governmental grants for medical research work. [Letter from May to LP April 10, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (May, Ben), #244.5]
  • Letter from Dr. H. D. Wilde, Hubel Oil & Refining Company, to LP RE: Invites him to give a series of lectures for the Company regarding the chemical bond. Provides additional information concerning the lecture series. [Letter from LP to Wilde May 15, 1950] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1950s.19]
  • Letter from Dr. L.W. Butz, Head, Chemistry Branch, Office of Naval Research to Dr. George E. Kimball, Department of Chemistry, Columbia University, cc: LP, RE: Invites him to join the committee that is going to review the research program as it concerns chemistry and chemical engineering. Explains that there will be seven members besides LP, who is the Chair, and four of those will represent the four panels of the chemistry division. [Letter from Butz to LP March 13, 1950, Letter from Butz to du Vigneaud April 26, 1950] [Filed under LP Science: (Office of Naval Research: Correspondence, Contract Status Reports and Project Status Reports, 1947-1962), Box #14.031, Folder #31.3]
  • Letter from Dr. Willard Uphaus, Executive Director, Committee for Peaceful Alternatives, to LP RE: Discusses the need to carry out positive plans for peace and states that they accept their responsibility to petition and influence their representatives in Washington and the U.N. to initiate the proposals that will eliminate the possibility of atomic war. Discusses their hope to bring together all groups of people in a study and planning session at the Mid-Century Conference for Peace. Asks LP to be one of the participants at the Conference and states that he will convince his organization to participate as well. Encloses a registration form. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups. (Co-Ev)), Box #4.011, Folder #11.1]
  • Letter from E.C. Kleiderer, Executive Director, Research and Control, Lilly Research Laboratories, to LP RE: Asks him to obtain some information on university grants in the department of chemistry, including the amount and identification of the major contributor. There are LP’s handwritten notes at the bottom of the letter: “I’m sending a copy of pres DB’s report for 48, 49 which lists grants to Chem. & ann’l rec’d for that yr. These are: ... ... [omit ). The report does not break down gov. contracts by departments. [Letters from LP to Kleiderer March 8, 1950 and March 23, 1950] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Eli Lilly and Company), #111.4]
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to Dr. Richard W, Lippman, Institute for Medical Research, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital RE: Answers his questions about his fellowship, mainly regarding the financial aspects of the award. Handwritten note in top margin: “Air Mail to Dr. Linus Pauling.” [Letter from Moe to LP March 31, 1950] [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1946-1952), Box #14.014, Folder #14.5]
  • Letter from Kenneth S. Cole, Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center, to LP RE: Asks if LP could visit the Naval Medical Research Institute when he next visits Washington D.C. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1950), #74.18]
  • Letter from W. H. Freeman to S. Young Tyree, Jr., Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina, cc. LP, Schaefer, Behnke, RE: States that they are not going to suggest further consideration of Tyree’s manuscript on inorganic chemistry. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W. H. Freeman and Company, 1950), #439.8]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Scientist Visiting in Mobile Reveals Possible Devastation in H-Bomb Use”, Mobile (Alabama) Register, April 7, 1950. [Filed under LP Biographical: Scrapbooks, 1946-1950: Box #6.005, Folder 5.56]