Letter from Linus Pauling to John I. Nurnberger. Page 1. October 21, 1955
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  • Letter from Dr. David T. Smith, School of Medicine, Dept. of Bacteriology, Duke University, to LP RE: Currently collecting material for the next edition of Zinser's Textbook of Bacteriology, which will be published in 1957. Requests permission to reprint figures from LP's 1948 article in Endeavor. [Letter from LP to Smith October 25, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1953-1956), #379.3]
  • Letter from Dr. Irvin Fuhr, Executive Secretary, Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry Study Section, National Institute of Health, to LP RE: At LP's suggestion, sends, under separate cover, an invitation to the conference to Professor Dan H. Campbell. Welcomes any further suggestions. [Letter from LP to Fuhr October 18, 1955, Letter from Fuhr to LP December 16, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Organizational Correspondence. (National Institute of Health)), #285.3]
  • Letter from Dr. K. Banerji, Head of Physics Dept., Allahabad University, to LP RE: Proposing to hold Symposium on Physics of Solid State during the Silver Jubilee Session of India's National Academy of Sciences. Invites LP and his collaborators to contribute papers to the Symposium. These papers may be published in the Proceedings of the Academy if the author so desires. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1955-1957), #38.1]
  • Letter from Dr. Richard Bellman, The Rand Corporation, to LP RE: Has been informed that LP had tentatively agreed to give a lecture this spring for Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Wonders if this is still convenient. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1955-1957), #38.1]
  • Letter from Dr. Th. Forster, Stuttgart, to LP RE: Apologizes for not writing sooner. Has been back at Stuttgart for two months, but urgent problems have absorbed him during this time. Completely satisfied with his stay in the U.S. Visited many institutes, observed many new developments, and engaged in interesting discussion with staff and advanced students. Especially enjoyed Caltech. Grateful for LP's hospitality. [Filed under LP Peace: (First Unitarian Church, [Rev. Stephen H. Fritchman] Correspondence, 1948-1980.), Box #4.001, Folder #1.2]
  • Letter from Hugh W. Handsfield, Editor, College Dept., McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., to Dr. Martin Karplus, Chemistry Dept., University of Illinois, RE: Apologizes for troubling Karplus about the unbound sheets of Quantum Mechanics. They were shipped only a day or two ago. Has these suggestions: the matrix work should be brought in earlier and the problems should be tied more closely with physical situations than mathematical. [Letter from LP to Wilson, Jr. October 4, 1955] [Filed under LP Books: (Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, with Applications to Chemistry, Second Edition), Unpb.7]
  • Letter from Jim Short, President; Harold Almond, President; Bob Chambers, Secretary; and John C. Canney, Treasurer; Southern California Student Affiliate Chapters, American Chemical Society, to LP RE: Wish to thank LP for speaking to the ACS Student Affiliate Clubs. The organization, as well as its individual members, have benefited from the experience. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1953-1956), #379.3]
  • Letter from William V. Consolazio, Program Director for Molecular Biology, National Science Foundation, to LP RE: Thanks LP for his continued help in reviewing research proposals. [LP Science: (National Science Foundation: Correspondence, 1947, 1951-1989), Box #14.029, Folder #29.3]