Letter from Linus Pauling to Gunnar Bergman Page 1. January 29, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to Gunnar Bergman January 29, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

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  • Information for persons affected by secrecy orders under public, No. 700, 76th Congress, as amended by Public Laws 239 and 609, 77th Congress, from the Department of Commerce, approved February 1, 1952. [Filed under LP Safe: Box 2.039, Folder 39.70c]
  • Letter from A.L. Wirin to LP RE: Enclosed is letter from the Munitions Board to Wirin dated January 28, 1952 that accepts the change in scheduled appearance of Pauling before the board to May 21, 1952.
  • Letter from D.P. Riley to LP RE: thanks LP for his letter. He has amended his article to Nature accordingly. Goes on to describe his experiments with the alpha-helix and the denaturation of the serum albumin. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Riley February 7, 1952].
  • Letter from Dr. Rossini to the Members of the Subcommittee on Fundamental Constants [of which LP was part] RE: Encloses the final draft of the report entitled "Status of the values of the fundamental constants for physical chemistry as of July 1, 1951" to be submitted to the Journal of the American Chemical Society. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.028, Folder 28.1]
  • Letter from E. B. Macgowan of the Special Committee for World Reconstruction and World Disarmament to LP RE: writes to tell LP about what their organization is all about, namely an effort to find alternatives for world armament. Asks for LP's advice. [includes a page of information about Mrs. Elsie L. Picon, president of the organization] [date only indicates "February, 1952"] [Filed under unsorted correspondence]
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to LP RE: Thanks for his opinion regarding Dr. Walter Root's application for a fellowship. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.014, Folder 14.7].
  • Letter from Horst Hoyer to LP RE: Asks LP if he could suggest any research fellowships available from Caltech. He is interested because he has recently been fired from his work with Armor and Company for reasons unrelated to his research abilities, and so wanted to continue his research in the properties of collagen in some other way. [Letter from LP to Mr. Hoyer February 4, 1952] [Filed under H Correspondence: 1952, Box #166, Folder #3]
  • Letter from John G. Kirkwood to Mrs. Beatrice Wulf [Secretary to LP] RE: encloses a reprint order for an article in the Journal of Immunology which should be forwarded to Holmes or Mrs. Townsend. [Letter from LP to Kirkwood January 16, 1952, letter from Kirkwood to Wulf February 25, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #198, Folder #12 (Kirkwood, John G.)].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. J. E. Bell of Rollins College RE: thanks Dr. Bell for the letter of January 28, 1952. Has written to Mr. Casamajor asking him to have Mrs. Hodges send him copies of items in the minutes of the company relating to their property. Suggests Dr. Richard Lewis as a man to teach chemistry at Rollins College. Goes on to discuss Dr. Lewis' background, who seems to have had a connection to the Communist party at one point which got him into trouble. [Note attached to letter RE: the chairman of the science division just came and asked if LP knew of anyone who would be interested in teaching physics or chemistry at Rollins liberal arts college in Florida.] [Letter from LP to Dr. Lewis February 1, 1952] [Filed under L: Correspondence 1952, Box #230, Folder #18]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Moyer S. Gunther, Editor of the Interne RE: writes that he is glad that their magazine is resuming publication and has requested that he write an article for them, however, he is over-committed at present and so will have to put off writing for them until next year perhaps. [Letter from the Interne to LP January 28, 1952] [Filed under I: Correspondence 1952, Box #185, Folder #13]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Richard N. Lewis RE: writes to say that he has recommended him to a Dr. Bell who taught chemistry at Caltech and who now is at Rollins college in Florida. Dr. Bell asked LP to recommend someone who would be interested in teaching chemistry or physics at this small liberal arts college [Letter from LP to Bell February 1, 1952, note from Dr. Lewis to LP February 10, 1952] [Filed under L: Correspondence 1952, Box #230, Folder #18]
  • Letter from LP to Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation RE: thanks Moe for his letter regarding a proposed society of fellows, and then goes on to discuss his familiarity with the Telluride Association. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.014, Folder 14.7].
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Rowland Edwards RE: Regrets that he and his colleagues do not have the kind of information that she is looking for. [Note from Mrs. Edwards to Caltech January 29, 1952] [Filed under E: Correspondence 1952, Box #112, Folder #18]