Letter from Linus Pauling to Jerry Donohue. Page 1. February 10, 1953
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Kazutake Kohra of Institute of Applied Science, Japan, to LP RE: Writes that he is currently an assistant professor of physics and graduate of Kyushu University who is interested in studying problems in crystallography at Gates and Crellin. He requests this opportunity of LP in the form of a scholarship or a post of work. Sends his personal history and list of research work by separate post. [this information included with the letter] [Letter of response from LP to Mr. Kohra March 11, 1953] [Filed under K: Correspondence 1953, Box #200, Folder #18]
  • Letter from Murray Vernon King of the New York Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, to LP RE: Suggests that LP accept an invitation to participate in a written discussion of the resonance controversy with along with a principle Soviet writer. [Letter of reply from LP to Dr. Murray Vernon King February 18, 1953] [Filed under K: Correspondence 1953, Box #200, Folder #18]
  • Note from John Michael O'Gorman to LP RE: requests that LP keep his eyes open for a teaching job for him as he wants to teach, but has lost his job at SBC recently, perhaps in relation to his joining the "Oathfight." Discusses his recent dealings with SBC and his attorney, Mr. Stanley Weigel. [Note in pencil from Prof. O'Gorman to ? included with this note] [follow-up note from Prof. O'Gorman to LP February 14, 1953] [Filed under O: Correspondence 1953, Box #300, Folder #15]