Letter from Linus Pauling to Roger Hayward. Page 1. December 22, 1952
Letter from Linus Pauling to Roger Hayward. December 22, 1952. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from C. L. Perkins, Dr. of Optometry to LP RE: writes a very spirited letter regarding U.S. politics with Russia, and the Red scare. [Filed under: LP Correspondence: Box #312, Folder #17]
  • Letter from Dr. Bastiansen to LP RE: Continues to write of Dr. Finbak's health condition and his trouble with nephritis. Believes now that Dr. Finbak is also suffering from arteriosclerosis, which has in itself caused the nephritis. Hopes that LP has received all of the information concerning the condition that he desired. [Letter from Dr. Bastiansen to LP December 6, 1952, letter of response from LP to Dr. Bastiansen January 2, 1953] [Filed under F: Correspondence 1952, Box #128, Folder #17]
  • Letter from R. Milton Smith, Lawyer, to LP RE: Notes that he was a guest of Linus Jr. in the Pauling's home. From his personal experience, and his contact with LP's former students, he finds the recent attack on LP - labeling him a communist - reprehensible. [LP Safe: Box 2.021, Folder 21.17]
  • Letter from William H. Offenhauser, Jr. to LP RE: Refers to an article "Dangers Confronting American Science" that was published in Science. He feels that the article was unfit for publication and wants to know how the report was written, checked, prepared for publication and how it was approved by the American Association of Scientific Workers for publication. He writes to LP because he saw his name listed in the keyed footnote as vice-president of the Association. [Letter of response from LP to Mr. Offenhauser, Jr. December 31, 1952.] [Filed under O: Correspondence 1952, Box #300, Folder #14]
  • Note from "Mr. Roberts" to LP RE: about "False charges by 'Red Agents'" against LP. [unsorted correspondence 1952: R] [Note at top: "Personal Scc"] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #340, Folder #17]