Letter from Linus Pauling to D.P. Riley. Page 1. January 9, 1953
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Ben May to LP RE: sends LP a "squib" from a publication entitled "Dangers of Nitrous Oxide Anesthesia for Negroes with Sickle Cell Anemia" with the thought that it might interest him or one of his associates. [Filed under unsorted correspondence 1953].
  • Letter from Dr. Kosuke Ohki to LP RE: tells LP that his second book entitled Quantum Chemistry of Organic Compounds has recently been published and he is sending LP a copy. Thanks LP for LP's two books Introduction to Quantum Mechanics and The Nature of the Chemical Bond. Is unable to send his paper in English yet. [previous letter from Dr. Ohki to LP June 10, 1952, letter of response from LP to Dr. Ohki February 5, 1953] [Filed under O: Correspondence 1953, Box #300, Folder #15]
  • Letter from Dr. Melba Phillips to LP RE: thanks LP for sending a letter to Mr. Offenhauser. Comments on the responses to an article that they recently published. [Letter from LP to Dr. Phillips January 6, 1952] [Filed under P: Correspondence, Box #313, Folder #1].
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to LP RE: Response to LP's letter critiquing the Cox Committee's Questionnaire. Moe writes extensively about the nature of the questionnaire and why LP's observations are incorrect. Also states, "when, in my testimony, I associated political naivete and professional eminence you were one of the eminent professionals I had in mind". [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.015, Folder 15.1].
  • Letter from LP to Mr. F. Hilton RE: is glad from Mr. Hilton's follow-up letter of December 25, 1952 that he has settled his own question about which he wrote to LP in earlier letters. LP is always open to questions. [Note from Mr. Hilton to LP December 25, 1952] [Filed under H Correspondence: 1952, Box #166, Folder #3]
  • Letter from LP to W.H. Freeman RE: Discusses issues with the illustrator of the revised General Chemistry. Hayward is not pleased with particular arrangements. [Filed under LP Books: Box 1953b, Folder 1953b.1].
  • Letter from LP to the Chief of Naval Research RE: Sends 14 copies of a progress report covering work done under contract on the structure and properties of proteins and synthetic polypeptides. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.032, Folder 32.2]
  • Letter from Miss Marian Orans to LP RE: Requests that LP record his views on civil liberties and academic freedom for their use in discussions as the Student Assembly of the University of Chicago. [Letter of response from LP to Miss Orans March 11, 1953] [Filed under O: Correspondence 1953, Box #300, Folder #15].
  • Newspaper Clippings Not Related to Linus Pauling: Daily News article entitled "Stay sought for convicted atom spies" RE: discusses the Rosenberg case and their search for an stay from execution.
  • Note from Miss Rose Lowell of John Marshall High School to LP RE: Asks what the degree of Ionization of Ca(OH)2 at 0.1 N and 18 degrees C is. [Letter of response from LP to Miss Lowell January 7, 1953] [Filed under L: Correspondence 1953, Box #230, Folder #19]