Letter from Linus Pauling to Barbara Low. Page 1. November 10, 1952
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  • Letter from Ed A. Doisy of Saint Louis University School of Medicine to LP RE: requests that LP write him up a brief account of his more important contributions to chemistry, and not mention the letter to anyone. Goes on to discuss mutual acquaintances. [Letter of response from LP to Professor E. A. Doisy November 19, 1952].
  • Letter from G.D. Searle and Co. To LP RE: Thanks LP for opinion of Dr. Richard Lippman. [In reply to letter from LP to Searle October 16, 1952]. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #217, Folder #5 (Lippman)].
  • Letter from Harry Goldblatt, M. D., Director of the Institute for Medical Research, Los Angeles, to LP RE: Thanks LP for the warm reception and interest in their work and problem. The discussion was helpful in their research. Dr. Haas, Dr. Lamfrom, and he are all grateful for further suggestion on the subject. [Filed under G: Correspondence 1952, Box #140, Folder #16]
  • Letter from Henry Thomas to LP, RE: Thomas is inviting LP to come spend a week at Yale as the Treat B. Johnson Visiting Lecturer. Thomas is offering $250 plus accommodations for LP and AHP. [LP’s reply January 2, 1952] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953), Box 1953s, Folder 1953s.5]