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 in The Honolulu Advertiser titled "Pauling is Granted Limited Passport."
  • Letter from F.C. Tompkins, RE: Tompkins is pleased to hear that LP will be able to attend the Cambridge Discussion. Tompkins hopes that LP will be a typescript of his paper so that he may have it printed and sent to various contributors. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952s, Folder 1952s.10]
  • Letter from M. Philips, secretary of the American Association of Scientific Workers, to LP RE: writes a lengthy two-page letter about the participation of various groups in international scientific conferences. [Filed under LP Peace: Box 4.009, Folder 9.1]
  • Letter from S.J. Barnett to LP. [Filed under LP Safe: Box 2.039, Folder 39.55]
  • Letter from Senator Wayne Morse to LP RE: writes that he is pleased by the outcome of LP's case, in that he was able to obtain a passport. Goes on to describe his personal feelings regarding the injustices made against LP in the matter with the State Dept. [Letter from Senator Wayne Morse to LP June 23, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #250, Folder #2: file (Morse, Wayne)].