Letter from Linus Pauling to Charles Coulson. Page 1. September 25, 1952
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from H.G.Turley to LP, RE: Turley is inviting LP to the Golden Anniversary Meeting of the American Leather Chemists. Turley hopes that LP will be able to speak on the topic of protein structure. Turley notes that the association will be glad to pay for LP’s travel expenses in connection with coming to Cincinnati. [LP’s reply October 31, 1952] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953), Box 1953s, Folder 1953s.8]
  • Letter from James Mathias, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, to LP RE: Form letter asks LP to judge the quality of applicants grant proposals. Also asks if LP knows of anyone that does particularly good work that he would recommend for a fellowship. [Reply from LP to Mathias October 2, 1952]. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.014, Folder 14.7].
  • Letter from John E. Despaul to LP RE: Says that Dr. Donald K. Tressler has written a letter about him which has been enclosed in this letter as a sort of introduction to LP for when he visits the lab. Requests a brief tour of the lab from LP around Oct. 27th. [Letter from Donald K. Tressler to LP included September 22, 1952, letter of response from LP to Mr. Despaul September 26, 1952] [Filed under D: Correspondence 1952, Box #98, Folder #17]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. William J. Howell, Jr. RE: Sends congratulations on Mr. Howell's marriage and goes on to describe the happenings in the laboratories at Caltech. In particular, he describes a discovery by Professor Schomaker involving the Born scattering formula for electrons, as well as their work on protein structure. Also writes about the progress of his son, Linus, Jr. [Filed under H Correspondence: 1952, Box #166, Folder #3]
  • Letter from R. N. Dyer of Humble Oil and Refining Company to LP RE: Sends a brochure "Looking at Humble." Hopes the brochure will be informative of their activities and are grateful to LP for helping them to acquire more high quality personnel. [Filed under F: Correspondence 1952, Box #128, Folder #17]