Letter from Linus Pauling to W.H. Freeman. Page 1. July 14, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to W.H. Freeman. July 14, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Travel: New York, NY

Activity Listings

  • LP Newspaper Clippings 1952n. Article from the Los Angeles Examiner titled "State Dept. Alters Stand; Dr. Pauling Given Passport to Travel in Europe." [photo of LP included]
  • LP Newspaper Clippings 1952n. Article from the Los Angeles Times titled "Dr. Pauling Gets Limited Passport: State Department Reverses Its Stand in Case of Famed Caltech Scientist."
  • LP and AHP check into the Barclay Hotel in New York. [Receipt, checkout 7-18].
  • LP and AHP fly from Los Angeles to New York, staying in the Barclay Hotel. [On the back of itinerary, handwritten: "1. Hb contains 0.3% Fe. Assuming 1 Fe per molecule, what is MW [?] What are other possible values? 2. Vit B12". LP then goes on to describe a scene he saw: "Officer 1593 / 17 PCT / S.E. 48th and Park Avenue / 7:35 P.M. / Deaf and dumb negro. Cop took his purse and other contents of pockets. Negro grabbed on card and tore it. Officer punched him in jaw and held him. Then, two minutes later, punched him in stomach while he was quiet. Other officer came and took him and young white boy off in taxi."
  • Letter from Arthur B. Simon, W.H. Freeman and Company, to LP RE: Notifying LP that Figure 7-2 is being sent to Roger Hayward as requested. [In reply to July 14, 1952 letter from LP to Simon]. [Filed under LP Books: Box 1953b, Folder 1953b.1].
  • Letter from Arthur Simon, W.H. Freeman and Co., to LP . RE: Simon is forwarding Figure 7-2 to Hayward for revision. He says that LP has the office's best wishes on his trip to Europe. [Filed under LP Books, 1953b.1]
  • Letter from E.N. Ingold to LP RE: thanks LP for his congratulations to Prof. Ingold, who is currently in New Zealand. [Letter of response from LP December 18, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #181, Folder #3 (Ingold, Christopher K.)].
  • Letter from Walter R. Kirner, of the National Science Foundation, to LP RE: Asks LP to review Proposal No. P-360, for a research project submitted by Dr. Howard L. Ritter of Miami University. [Reply from LP's office July 29, 1952] [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.029, Folder 29.1]
  • Note from S. Vouyoucalos to LP RE: is a second year student at U. of Athens and writes to LP with a question about resonance. [Letter of response from LP to Mr. S. Vouyoucalos October 20, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #427, Folder #12].
  • Note from Seymour S. Cohen of Marine Biological Laboratory to LP RE: writes to LP in regard to the refusal of the government to issue LP a passport. Is appalled that LP had to sign an affidavit that stated that he was not a communist, and thinks that it is doubly appalling that the government still only issued LP a limited passport after his signing of the affidavit. Hopes that LP can help in remedying the unconstitutional activities of the Passport Division. [Filed under C: Correspondence 1952, Box #74, Folder #20]