Itinerary for Linus and Ava Helen Pauling's trip around the world. Page 2. February - March 1955
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Travel: Kyoto, Japan

Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP To Linda Pauling for $100.00. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks, December 1954-February 1956), Box #4.023, Folder #23.1]
  • Itinerary: Visit to Kyoto University. [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.1]
  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, to Chancellor Jaime Benitez, University of Puerto Rico, RE: Sent Benitez's invitation for LP to visit the University of Puerto Rico on to LP, who is in India. LP thanks Benitez for the invitation and says he and AHP can come during the first week in May. They would fly from New York on May 1 and leave on May 9. Says he will be back on March 12 and will write to Benitez then. [Filed under LP Speeches: 1955s.9]
  • Letter from Professor S. Mizushima, Chemistry Dept., University of Tokyo, to LP and AHP RE: Since LP and AHP have reserved seats on the train leaving Osaka on Sunday, Mizushima plans to take the same train so that they can talk more. Japan's National Broadcasting Corporation has asked Mizushima to arrange for LP's speech to be broadcasted on the air. Would like LP to give the same speech, or a similar speech, as the one he delivered last Saturday in a more concise form. Says his research regarding the strong tendency of proline residue to be folded has been published in the article "Molecular Structure of Simple Substances Related to Proteins." [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Individual Correspondence. (Mills - Morgan)), #248.6]
  • Letter from W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman & Co., to Dr. E.F.G. von Krauss, University of Indonesia, RE: If Krauss' book does not use exact translations of LP's writing, does not use any of the illustrations from General Chemistry, is not sold but given to Krauss' students and is not sold anywhere else, then Krauss may proceed without payment of a fee. If Krauss does plan to do any of these things, then Freeman will require a fee of 10% of the selling price. [Letter from Wulf to Freeman February 17, 1955] [Filed under LP Books: (General Chemistry: An Introduction to Descriptive Chemistry and Modern Chemical Theory, Second Edition), #1953b2.2]
  • Reprint: "All Military Knowledge is Now Useless," by Cpt. B.H. Liddell Hart, reprinted from News Chronicle. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: (General Peace, 1945-1960.), Box #4.009, Folder #9.10]