"Collagen" Page 1. January 1 - 3, 1953
"Collagen" January 1 - 3, 1953. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 5 pp.

Activity Listings

  • AHP writes cheque to: Kickham's amount: $49.90 [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #4.022, Folder #1]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Bastiansen RE: Thanks him for the letters. He has also heard from Sorensen about Finbak. He has heard that it is actually nephritis that if not properly treated ahead of time can lead to arteriosclerosis. [Letter from Dr. Bastiansen to LP December 26, 1952] [Filed under F: Correspondence 1952, Box #128, Folder #17]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Bernard E. Schaar RE: writes to congratulate him for receiving the 1952 Honor Scroll Award of the Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Chemists. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #379, Folder #1]
  • Letter from LP to Henry Thomas, RE: LP thanks Thomas for inviting him to be the Treat B. Johnson Visiting Lecturer. LP hopes that he will be able to accept. However, LP is planning to be leaving for Brussels in April and will be attending the meeting of the American Philosophical Society in late April. LP thinks that he may be able to be in New Haven April 16th through April 21st. [Thomas’ letter November 13, 1952] [Thomas’ reply January 16, 1953] [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1953), Box 1953s, Folder 1953s.5]
  • Letter from LP to Professor H.H. Weber, Physiologisches Institut, RE: Would be pleased to speak as much as possible on the upcoming trip to Europe to participate in a protein conference. Mentions his intentions of purchasing an automobile with AHP and touring Europe in it. States that he has not been working on the protein problem for the past two months, but has instead concentrated on the structure of nucleic acids. States that the structure is a complicated one, but that he believes it to be correct. [In reply to December 18, 1952 letter from H.H. Weber to LP, reply from Weber to LP January 27, 1953]. [Filed under LP Peace: Box 4.001, Folder 1.3]
  • Letter to Dr. Bentley Glass, Secretary of American Society of Naturalists RE: accepts Dr. Glass' invitation as a member of the society and sends his 1953 year's dues. [Letters to LP September 29, 1952 and November 11, 1952]. [Filed under A: Correspondence 1953, Box #12.19]
  • Memo from R.V. Bartz to LP RE: R.V. Bartz feels that Dow Chemical Company would make a good Industrial Associate. Would like LP to send them information about Caltech, as he has the best contacts within the company. There is a pencil note at the bottom of the page that says "Edgar Clay Midland, Mich." [Letter from LP to Edgar Clay January 7, 1953] [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.028, Folder 28.3]