Letter from Linus Pauling to E.B. Rubloff. Page 1. January 10, 1951
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Executive Secretary, Gates and Crellin Laboratories, to Dr. George H. Coleman, Kresge-Hooke Scientific Library, Wayne University, RE: Encloses a photograph of LP and biographical material. States that LP will want to prepare a manuscript of his talk at Wayne University; however, he might not be able to do so before the lecture. Asks when the deadline is and how many words the manuscript should be. States that LP will be able to prepare an abstract before the lecture. [Letters from Coleman to LP January 5, 1951, January 23, 1951] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1951s.7]
  • Letter from Dr. Irvin Fuhr, Executive Secretary, Division of Research Grants, National Institutes of Health to LP RE: Notifies him that it is time to send in his application if he is interested in extending his current NIH grant. Discusses how much money has been guaranteed him (20,000 dollars) and what to do if he is requesting more funds than that. Encloses application blanks and instructions on how to prepare them. Requests that he notify NIH if he does not intend to renew his funding. Handwritten note in right margin: “application blanks attached.” Handwritten note at top of page: “RBC. See p. 6 E. of Instructions Regarding Progress Report. BW.” [Memo from Gilmore to LP September 6, 1950, Memo from LP to Green February 1, 1951] [Filed under LP Science: (United States Public Health Service: “X-Ray Diffraction Investigations of the Structure of Protein Molecules,” grant RG 1987, [changed to H-2143 (Chemistry 1950)], 1948-1958), Box #14.041, Folder #41.1]
  • Letter from Ernest Becker, Department of Chemistry, Polytechnic Institute of Boston, to LP RE: States that he wrote Dr. Hirschfelder because the Fischer-Hirschfelder models are incapable of making a cyclopentadiene for a fulvene ring. States that he was advised to write LP about the inter-atomic distances in fulvenes and cyclopentadienes. Inquires if LP has any data on the fulvene nucleus. There is a handwritten note in black pen in the left margin: “Verner - What would you say? LP.” [Letter from LP to Schomaker February 3, 1951, Letter from LP to Becker April 9, 1951] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1951), #37.18]
  • Letter from LP to James E. P. Toman, Director of Neurological Research, Institute for Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Research and Training, Michael Reese Hospital, RE: Apologizes for the delay in his response and states that he thinks that resolutions like Toman’s are very important. [Letter from LP to Toman, December 18, 1951] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (T: Correspondence, 1951), #410.6]
  • Letter from M. Vernon King, Department of Physics, Pennsylvania State College, to LP RE: Asks for LP’s aid and advice. King’s research fellowship was terminated “for reasons of loyalty.” King thinks he suspected to be a member of the Communist Party. He is searching for a new job that is not supported by federal funds. [Letters from LP to King December 28, 1950, January 26, 1951] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (King, Vernon M.), #198.11]