Letter from Linus Pauling to Jerry Donohue. Page 1. February 10, 1953
Letter from Linus Pauling to Jerry Donohue. February 10, 1953. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 2 pp.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Dr. A. B. Biswas to LP RE: Thanks LP for his letter and writes about his work in India at a lab where he is growing crystals and determining structures. He asks LP to write some supporting letters in his favor, to aid him in his quest to fill a position as Assistant Director in Physical Chemistry through the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India. [Note in black pen at top of page "(alpha sign) - glycylglycine - all ready for [unidentifiable word] (Gamma sign) glycylglycine-he collected data and made Patterson" [Letter from LP January 8, 1953, letter of reference from LP to the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research March 6, 1953] [Filed under B: Correspondence 1953, Box #37, Folder #20]
  • Letter from Henry Allen Moe, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, to LP RE: Enclosed is the Chemistry group of prospective fellowships, of which LP is requested to give his opinion. Biochemistry will be sent next week. [Related letter from Moe to LP February 16, 1952]. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.015, Folder 15.1].
  • Letter from Howard L. Brooks, Unitarian Service Committee, to LP RE: Advises LP that if he doesn't already, he should apply for a passport for his upcoming trip to Germany to participate in the protein symposium. [Filed under LP Peace: Box 4.001, Folder 1.3]
  • Letter from John G. Kirkwood to LP RE: Is glad to hear that LP will be spending a week in New Haven as the spring Treat B. Johnson lecturer. [previous letter from John G. Kirkwood to LP December 16, 1952, letter of response from LP to Prof. Kirkwood February 17, 1953] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #198, Folder #12 (Kirkwood, John G.)].
  • Letter from W.N. Lacey to LP RE: Minutes of Committee on Graduate Student meeting. Discussed were LP's motion that the committee restate to the Faculty Board the desire to admit women as graduate students at Caltech. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 1.018, Folder 18.2]
  • Letter from the Walter Russell Foundation to LP RE: an "Open Letter" sent to about 350 members of the National Academy of Science, and Royal Society of London, 100 Universities and 300 leading newspapers that acts as a sort of "treatise on the Russell Cosmogony" that "explains the answer to basic CAUSE for which it has been so long and tirelessly searching." [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #340, Folder #18]
  • Pauling Scrapbook: Committee to Secure Justice flyer RE: quotes LP's letter to the President in reference to the "Rosenberg case" and asks that the reader of the flyer write to Pres. Eisenhower or phone the Attorney General in protest and ask for executive clemency in the case. [Filed under: LP Biographical, Box 6.006, Folder 6.30]