Letter from Linus Pauling to Herbert Kahler. Page 1. January 15, 1953
Letter from Linus Pauling to Herbert Kahler. January 15, 1953. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque to: A. A. Heist Trustee amount: $5.00 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.022, Folder #1]
  • Letter from Dr. S. G. Smith of the British Cotton Industry Research Association to LP RE: Writes that they are interested in the development of their helix structure of proteins. Requests a reprint of his forthcoming paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the U.S.A. as well as copies of his previous papers. Their interest in proteins concerns their work on silk fibroin. [Letter of response from LP to Dr. Smith January 20, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #379, Folder #1].
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Adrien Albert RE: Sorry to inform that LP will not be able to meet with Dr. Albert on the proposed date because LP will be away in Brussels for the Solvay Congress. Asks that Dr. Albert still visit the California Institute and give a seminar talk. Thanks for the book on cranberra. [Dr. Albert letter January 7, 1952] [Filed under A: Correspondence 1953, Box #12.19]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Hans Linser RE: writes in response to Dr. Linser's request that he is sending some reprints about the structure of proteins. [Letter from Dr. Linser to LP December 22, 1952] [Filed under L: Correspondence 1953, Box #230, Folder #19]
  • Letter from LP to Herman von Schelling RE: in response to Dr. von Schelling's letters, writes that he has been busy working on the structure of nucleic acids, which has distracted him from being able to check on Dr. von Schelling's curves in relation to their representation problem of compound helixes. [Letter from Dr. H. von Schelling to LP November 19, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #425, Folder #8 (Von Schelling, Hermann)].
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Wm. Trnka RE: in response to Mr. Trnka's suggestion, LP informs him that Caltech does not carry out the kind of work that he discussed in his letter. [Letter from Mr. Trnka to LP January 10, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #410, Folder #18].
  • Letter from LP to Prof. William Lipscomb RE: discusses a problem of Prof. Lipscomb's that was introduced to him by "Verner" about (NO)2 in that spectroscopic data indicate the absence of a center of symmetry, and that Prof. William Lipscomb's x-ray data require the presence of a center of symmetry. Goes on to write his theories about the problem. [Letter from Prof. William N. Lipscomb to LP April 8, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #217, Folder #6 (Lipscomb, William N.)].
  • Memorandum from R. M. Badger, California Institute of Technology, to LP RE: Suggest that he may be interested in the appended notes relating to the dichroism of proteins. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 28R]
  • Night Letter from LP to Dr. Detlev Bronk, RE: LP prefers to come the week of February 18 for his Washington trip. Any day during that week would be satisfactory. [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953), Box 1953s, Folder 1953s.2]