"Nobel Prize Winner to be Feted" Page 1. April 1955
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Travel: Washington, D.C.

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: National Academy of Sciences [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.1]
  • Letter from Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP, to Ben Shulman, RE: Has inquired about the possibility of Shulman getting instruction in the use of a Beckman spectrophotometer. Robert Jaross, a Caltech graduate student, is willing to do this. Suggests that Shulman telephone or write to Jaross at Caltech to make the necessary arrangements. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1953-1956), #379.3]
  • Letter from Dr. Percy L. Julian, President, The Julian Laboratories, Inc., to LP RE: Congratulates LP on receiving the Nobel Prize. Describes the year's difficulties and hopes with regard to the establishment of the new Julian Laboratories. Describes the situation which prompted him to leave the Glidden Company. [Letter from LP to Julian November 30, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (J: Correspondence, 1933-1934, 1936-1964), #192.21]
  • Letter from Dr. Th. Foerster, Physics Dept., University of Chicago, to LP RE: Being in the U.S. for some months, intends to visit some of the institutions on the Pacific Coast. Would like to visit Caltech during July or the last days of June. LP can write to Foerster care of Professor R. Livingston. [Letter from LP to Foerster May 10, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (F: Correspondence, 1935-1956), #128.20]
  • Letter from Professor Frederic Joliot-Curie, University of Paris, Faculty of Sciences, Laboratory of Nuclear Physics, RE: The World Assembly for Peace has been postponesd until June 22-29 as requested by several important organizations and public figures who will be in attendance. [Letter from Laffitte to LP April 28, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (J: Individual Correspondence. (Johnson - Jukes), #190.3]
  • Letter from Robert H. Pare to LP RE: Congratulates and supports LP on his stand against the detonation of atomic and hydrogen bombs. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence, 1953-1959), #313.3]