"Compound Helixes" Page 1. September 19 - October 15, 1952
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Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque to: Moreland-Sellwood Book amount: $650.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.021, Folder #3]
  • LP's reply letter to Mr. P. Ainscough RE: does not know the measurement of magnetic susceptibility of sperrylite. Predicts that sperrylite is diamagnetic. Therefore a magnetic separation of the substance from its ore does not seem promising. [Ainscough letter July 22, 1952] [Filed under A: Correspondence 1952, Box #12.18]
  • Letter from Dave Shoemaker of MIT to LP RE: writes that a Dr. H. Judith Grenvill-Wells of Prof. Von Hoppel's lab will be visiting Caltech soon and would like to meet with LP. Goes on to discuss his work in school and his research with the crystal structure of cyclooctatetraene monocarboxylic acid. [Letter from Prof.. David Shoemaker to LP March 21, 1952, related memo from LP to E. W. Hughes September 30, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #363.3: File (Shoemaker, David and Clara 1947-1995)].
  • Letter from George G. Wright to LP RE: requests permission to use LP as a reference in his application for the Guggenheim Fellowship for 1953-4 under Dr. J. H. Mueller in Bacteriology at Harvard. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Wright September 23, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #443, Folder #20].
  • Letter from John T. Sites to LP RE: Asks LP the favor of recording his voice as a sort of introduction for Mr. Sites to use with his students. Also brings to LP's attention a little discrepancy in the text of his book. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #378, Folder #6]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Kirner of the National Science Foundation RE: LP writes that he has examined Proposal P-360, sent to him July 16, 1952, and informs Dr. Kirner that he approves of this application. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.029, Folder 29.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. F. Hilton RE: explains the answer to a difficulty that Mr. F. Hilton was having with a statement in LP's book, "The Nature of the Chemical Bond." Explains that the information in the book is correct, and there is no difficulty. [Note from Mr. F. Hilton to LP July 20, 1952, note of response from Mr. F. Hilton to LP December 6, 1952] [Filed under H Correspondence: 1952, Box #166, Folder #3]
  • Letter from LP to Prof. E. T. McBee RE: writes to explain why Dr. Donahue was not able to meet him in Atlantic City as LP had suggested might be possible. He actually ended up sailing to England before they could meet and LP forgot about it. LP goes on to describe Dr. Donahue as an outstanding addition to their group as a physical chemist. [Filed under M: Correspondence 1952, Box #256, Folder #3]
  • Letter from Mr. Ben May to LP RE: encloses a clipping concerning a protonic microscope. [Letter from LP to Mr. Ben May May 6, 1952, letter from Mr. May to LP April 23, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #244, Folder #5 (May, Ben)].