"A Proposed Structure for the Nucleic Acids." Manuscript - Page 1. November - December 1952
"A Proposed Structure for the Nucleic Acids." November - December 1952. Manuscript - Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 78 pp.

Activity Listings

  • LP writes cheque to: Peter J. Pauling amount: $232.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.021, Folder #3]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Berg RE: In reply to Dr. Berg's November 24, 1952 letter, LP writes that he is looking forward to being present at the Advisory Committee meetings. Informs Dr. Berg of his estimated arrival time. [Filed under LP Science: Box 15.008, Folder 8.4]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Jeffries Wyman RE: requests a copy of his paper on the magnetic properties and the oxygen equilibrium of hemerytherin when it is ready. [Letter from Dr. Wyman to LP November 21, 1952, letter of response from Dr. Wyman to LP December 29, 1952].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Milton L. Humason, Mount Wilson Observatory, RE: LP would like permission to use two photographs from the Mount Wilson and Palomar Observatories series. He would be grateful for any additional information Humason could send about the images. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b6.2]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Wm. S. Wilson, Head of the Dept. of Chem. at U. of Alaska RE: in response to his letter, LP informs him that Dr. Gunnar Bergman has already accepted a position as Assistant Prof. of Chem. and Mechanical Engineering at Caltech. [Letter from Dr. Wilson to LP November 22, 1952] [Note of response from Wm. S. Wilson to LP with no date filed under W: Correspondence 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #443, Folder #20].
  • Letter from LP to Prof. N. A. Sorensen RE: Writes that he is happy to get his letter of October 30, 1952. Goes on to write about what he has heard about Dr. Finbak's case, as well as what new knowledge he has gained about the disease from Dr. Lippman, the foremost authority on the treatment of the disease. Asks for further information about Dr. Finbak's case. [Letter from Dr. Sorensen to LP October 30, 1952] [Filed under F: Correspondence 1952, Box #128, Folder #17]
  • Letter from LP to the Dean of the School of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles RE: Writes as a sort of letter of recommendation for Mr. John Charles Behnke, Jr. in admission to the school of Medicine at UCLA. The recommendation is highly positive and strong. [Filed under B: Correspondence 1952, Box #37, Folder #19]
  • Letter from the Executive Secretary of the Gates and Crellin Laboratories to the Copley Plaza Hotel RE: Requests reservations for LP for December 11, 12,and 13 in conjunction with the meetings at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • Memo from R.V. Bartz to LP RE: Informs LP of a new plan to promote Caltech faculty visits to industrial associates. Wants LP's opinion before allocating money to the Chemistry department for this project. [Letter of response from LP to R.V. Bartz December 4, 1952] [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.028, Folder 28.3]
  • Note from Dr. Walter Loewenstein to LP RE: writes that according to Bertrand Russell, Magnetism is the unifying principle of the physical world. His letter explains an attempt to develop a magnetic theory of the chemical bond, resulting in a new classification. Goes on to describe his system in great depth. Requests LP's opinion of this new system. [a two page typed paper in Portuguese is included with the note with the title "Thoria Geral da Valencia Quimica." and with note in pen at the top: "Read to the Chemical Section of the Socidade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciencia at the annual meeting of the Society at Porto Alegre, on Nov. 5, 1952"] [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Loewenstein January 16, 1953].