Letter from Linus Pauling to Sir Thomas Taylor. Page 1. July 2, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to Sir Thomas Taylor. July 2, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • LP Science: Box 14.031, Folder 31.2. Periodic status report regarding Contract N6onr-24432 between Caltech and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for the period December, 1951 through May, 1952. [report written and signed by LP]
  • Letter from LP to David Pressman of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research RE: in response to Dr. Pressman's letter of June 20, 1952, updates him on his passport situation. Will read the manuscripts that Dr. Pressman sent. [Letter from Dr. David Pressman to LP June 20, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #309, Folder #7 (Pressman, David)].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. William F. Loranger RE: writes his own apology for not being able to prepare a letter in honor of Professor Clark. Also replies that indeed he is disappointed at not being able to make his trip to Europe. [Note from Dr. Loranger to Beatrice Wulf April 16, 1952].
  • Letter from LP to President Roswall G. Ham of Mt. Holyoke College RE: is pleased to hear about the convocation that they are planning for October. Hopes that he, LP, will be able to participate. [Letter from President Ham to LP June 26, 1952] [Filed under H Correspondence: 1952, Box #166, Folder #3]
  • Letter from LP to W.H. Freeman RE: After review, LP thinks that 15 chapters of General Chemistry could be used with very few changes to the text. He is pleased with the typeface of the previous edition, but would like to have it printed on whiter paper, like that used in College Chemistry. Also asks whether the two color plates from College Chemistry will be used. [Reply from Freeman to LP July 11, 1952]. [Filed under LP Books: Box 1953b, Folder 1953b.1].
  • Letter from LP to W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., RE: LP has been going over General Chemistry and feels that 15 chapters could be used without change in paging. Any changes could be made on a line-for-line basis. [Filed under LP Books, 1953b.1]
  • Letter from Walter E. Thwaite, Jr. of Research Corporation to LP RE: requests that LP write an appraisal of Dr. Lipscomb who is applying for a Research Corporation Grant for research under his supervision at the U. of Minnesota. [copy of Dr. William N. Lipscomb's application included] [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Thwaite, Jr. July 8, 1952].