Letter from Linus Pauling to Alexander Todd. Page 1. December 19, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to Alexander Todd. December 19, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Flyer for a discussion meeting titled "Academic Freedom and Government" put on in part by the American Association of Scientific Workers, of which LP was Vice President. [Filed under LP Peace: Box 4.009, Folder 9.1]
  • Invitation to LP for farewell dinner for Dr. Richard W. Lippman. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952s, Folder 1952s.14]
  • Letter from Dr. David Tyler of the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine to LP RE: asks when LP might be available to visit them and give a lecture at the Medical Association session. [Letter from LP to Dr. David Tyler December 23, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #408, Folder #11 (Tyler, David.)].
  • Letter from G. M. Volkoff of the U. of B.C., to LP RE: writes this letter as a postscript to his letter of November 3, 1952. Tells LP of the status of a matter involving one of LP's students, Mr. Tseng, who was applying to transfer to U of B.C. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #427, Folder #12]
  • Letter from G.W. Beadle to Committee on Contracts RE: Proposal by the biology department to conduct a 5 year research program with the Lilly Company under the title "Studies in Immunogenetics." Approval requested. [Letter from F.C. Lindvall to Contracts Committee December 18, 1952, Linus Pauling to Lindvall December 19, 1952]. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.028, Folder 28.2]
  • Letter from the Rhodes Scholarship Trust to AHP RE: Thanks her and LP for their card and kind message. [Filed under AHP Organizational Correspondence M-Z: Box 1.008, Folder 8.2]
  • Manuscript Notes: "No Title," Farewell Dinner for Richard Lippman at Ciro’s, Los Angeles. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952s, Folder 1952s.14]
  • Note from Allan Beek to Head, Department of Chemistry RE: Note regarding the use of computers in the progress of chemistry and in particular the use of magnetic and polarizing properties in the input and output equipment. [Letter of response from LP December 19, 1952] [Filed under B: Correspondence 1952, Box #37, Folder #19]