Telegram from Linus Pauling to Alden Emery. Page 1. November 8, 1950
Telegram from Linus Pauling to Alden Emery. November 8, 1950. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.

Travel: Chicago, IL

Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP to Cellin Pauling for $10.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks, December 1948-November 1950; 1960-1962), Box #4.019, Folder #19.2]
  • Flyer: The University College of Northwestern University presents a Non-Credit Lecture Course in Chemistry, UD101-Inorganic Chemistry at the Half Century, Tuesday evenings 7:15 to 9:00 p.m. - September 26 through December 5, 1950. [Filed under LP Speeches: 1950s.25]
  • Itinerary: Arrive in Chicago at 8:00 AM; lecture, Northwestern University; stay at Drake Hotel [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.001, Folder 1.8]
  • Itinerary: Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.001, Folder 1.8]
  • Letter from Alden H. Emery, Executive Secretary, American Chemical Society, to Dr. J. C. Warner, Department of Chemistry, Carnegie Institute of Technology, RE: Thanks him for his comments regarding the report of the Conner Committee. However, writes that the change of “the President” to “the President or his deputy” where responsibility to the president has been given cannot be done due to protocol, legislative precedent, and perhaps the law. Also writes that he disagrees regarding waiting to publish the proposed plan or the Clark letter until the plans of the four societies working together are in conformity due to several listed reasons. [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.3]
  • Letter from Charles Allen Thomas, American Chemical Society, to Robert L. Clark, Director, Manpower Office, National Security Resource Board, RE: Writes that in response to his request of the American Chemical Society to consider mobilization of highly trained chemists and chemical engineers, the Committee on Liaison with the Department of Defense has been given the responsibility of considering this problem. They have developed a report, which has been approved by the Executive Committee of the Board, and it is attached. [Filed under LP Science: (American Chemical Society: Correspondence, 1950-1964), Box #14.006, Folder #6.3]
  • Preliminary Report to the American Sponsoring Committee for Representation at the World Peace Congress: Lists the members of the Committee. States that between 60 and 70 delegates are expected to attend the Congress. Writes that the trip is affordable for many people because they made special arrangements for plane transportation at a cost of only $400. States that many of the delegates will be leaving on this plane and a send-off reception has been planned for November 10, 1950 at the Riverside Plaza Hotel in New York City. Encloses an invitation to the event. States that a more extensive report will be prepared after the delegation has left. Expresses his appreciation that he was able to work with all of them and this Committee. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups. (Co-Ev)), Box #4.011, Folder #11.1]