Letter from Linus Pauling to Herbert Kahler. Page 1. January 15, 1953
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Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque to: A.S. Greene amount: $9.20 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.022, Folder #1]
  • Letter from Bill Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Company, to LP RE: Writes to LP regarding the payment of Roger Hayward, the illustrator of many of LP's texts. Describes Hayward's personal qualities. [Filed under: LP Safe, Box 3.002, Folder 2.32]
  • Letter from Dr. G. E. Burch to LP RE: Asks that LP help defer Dr. Richard Coppedge from active duty in the Reserves through July 1, as they need his assistance in pushing their program in their clinical investigations. [Letter from LP June 2, 1952, letter in response from LP January 15, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #33, Folder #8].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Berg of the Massachusetts General Hospital RE: LP submits his expense account for his December 1952 trip to Boston. [Filed under LP Science: Box 15.008, Folder 8.5]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. H. Lavergne Holmes RE: was sorry to hear from Mr. Petracek that he had left the west coast. Thinks that he will be happier in a university, however. [Filed under H: Correspondence 1953, Box #166, Folder #4]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Jacob Kleinberg of the dept of chem at U of Kansas RE: Approves the material in a manuscript that they sent him in which they included quotes from LP. Goes on to give some simple suggestions. [entire manuscript included behind the letter] [Letter from Dr. Kleinberg to LP January 6, 1952] [Filed under K: Correspondence 1953, Box #200, Folder #18]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. William A. Higinbotham of the Federation of American Scientists RE: asks if Dr. Higinbotham can obtain a copy of the transcript of record for the hearing before the Cox Committee on December 23 for him. He is in particular interested in Budenz' testimony about him, when Budenz referred to LP's relations with the Communist Party. Encloses a copy of the statement that he issued to the press on the same day. [Letter of response from D. Higinbotham, secretary of the Federation of American Scientists to LP January 16, 1952]. [Filed under H: Correspondence 1953, Box #166, Folder #4]
  • Letter from LP to R.V. Bartz RE: Pauling forwards the proposed wording of the summaries of his four sections of the proposed meeting on protein chemistry. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.028, Folder 28.3]
  • Letter from Prof. Sir John Lennard-Jones, F.R.S. to LP RE: responds to LP's letter in which he states his opinions about universities in England. States that his views coincide with LP's that there is a need in England for more universities and Institutes of Technology. [Letter from LP to Prof. Sir John Lennard-Jones December 15, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #215, Folder #4 (Lennard-Jones, Sir John E.)].
  • Pauling Scrapbook: Chemical and Engineering News article entitled "Pauling Denies Budenz Accusation" RE: discusses Mr. Budenz' accusations that several scholars and officials are communists. Quotes some of LP's statements about the accusations. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 6.006, Folder 6.30]
  • The January issue of the Federation of American Scientists Newsletter is released. A penciled handwritten note reads "We regretted that we couldn't give greater coverage to these hearings - D.H.". This pertains to a short story regarding the Cox committee investigation of foundation support of "subversive activity". Quoted in the article is Henry Allen Moe of the Guggenheim Foundation saying that there is a "correlation between academic eminence and political naivete". [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.015, Folder 15.1].