"Collagen" Page 1. May 18, 1952
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Activity Listings

  • LP Biographical Political: Passport Problems, May 17-31: Letter from Prof. Jack W. Williams to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter and mentions his awareness of LP's passport woes. Offers to help in any way. [Letter of response from LP to Prof. Williams May 29, 1952]. [Filed under: LP Biographical 2.002, Folder 2.8]
  • Letter from A.L. Wirin to LP RE: Enclosed is a copy of the January 23, 1952 bill and a copy of a note from the Industrial Review Board to Wirin accepting the change in date of LP's appearance before the board to September 17, 1952.
  • Letter from Dan McLachlan, Jr. to LP RE: writes to inform LP that prominent crystallographer Professor I. Fankuchen of the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute is planning to be in San Francisco in July. Dr. McLachlan, Jr. hopes to encourage him to visit his university as well and furthermore hopes that LP will encourage him to extend his travels to visit Caltech as well. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. McLachlan, Jr. May 23, 1952] [Filed under M: Correspondence 1952, Box #256, Folder #3]
  • Letter from Dr. Perttu V. Laakso to LP RE: writes that he is a Finnish chemist at Helsinki University who has just been awarded a scholarship from the Institute of International Education. He is now able to travel to the U.S. and asks LP if he could visit their department at Caltech. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Laakso June 2, 1952] [Filed under L: Correspondence 1952, Box #230, Folder #18]
  • Letter from Dr. Rossini to Dr. Edward Wichers, copy to LP RE: Acknowledges the May 16 letter from Dr. Wichers. Discusses the proposal regarding the definition of the number of molecules in the chemist's mole, claiming that Dr. Wicher's letter does not seem to disagree with the proposal, only the possible formal implementation. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.028, Folder 28.1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Edward C. Reifenstein, Jr. RE: gives permission to reproduce figures from his paper on the Structure of Fibrous Proteins of the Collagen-Gelatin Group. [Letter from Dr. Reifenstein, Jr. to LP May 12, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #340, Folder #17].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Fankuchen RE: sends a copy of his statement regarding his passport problems with the State Department and a copy of his letter to President Truman regarding the matter. Writes that he has applied again for a passport in the hopes of traveling to England for the Faraday Society discussion on the physical chemistry and structure of proteins. [previous letter from Dr. Fankuchen to LP May 13, 1952, following letter from Dr. Fankuchen to LP December 30, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #117, Folder #4].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Hans Kuhn of the U of Basel Chem. Dept. RE: writes that they have just noticed an error in his paper on bond orbitals in the Journal of Chemical Physics. An equation written by Professor Shomaker that is apparently now obsolete was used and mistakenly attributed to LP in the paper [Letter of response from Dr. Kuhn to LP June 14, 1952].
  • Letter from LP to Editor of Aftensposten, RE: LP mentions that an article that appeared on May 12 stated that he was prevented from making a trip to England for the lecture before the Royal Institution of Great Britain because of the denial of a visa by England. LP asserts that this was not the case, LP was prevented from making the trip to England because of the refusal by the Department of State of the United States to issue him a passport. [Reply from Bjorn Bunkholdt June 21, 1952] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952a, Folder 1952a.14]
  • Letter from LP to President Truman RE: in addition to the petition that he sent Pres. Truman May 16, 1952, sends a statement about his life and career which he might use to supplement the petition. [Letter from LP to President Truman May 16, 1952, letter from LP to President Truman June 19, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #408, Folder #5(Truman, Harry S.)].
  • Letter from Louis Levine, Office of Naval Research, to LP RE: confirms a proposed May 27, 1952 meeting between them to discuss a proposed conference on the molecular structure of proteins. [Various names handwritten at bottom include: Sir Lawrence Bragg, Max Perutz, Crick, and Sanger]. [Filed under LP Science: Box 13.004, Folder 4.3].