Letter from Linus Pauling to Sam T. Gibson. Page 1. September 16, 1957
Letter from Linus Pauling to Sam T. Gibson. September 16, 1957. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten note from Hugh Wilson to LP, RE: Tells LP that he has not found anyone to prove or disprove the "unitron theory" which he enclosed. Also encloses information regarding the first step toward preventing depressions, dictatorships, and wars. Asks if he may later discuss these things with LP. Handwritten note at top by Bea Wulf to LP indicates that Wilson came to see LP, but he wasn't there. Tells LP that Wilson took a picture of LP's office and got a tour of the labs. [Letter from LP to Wilson, October 2, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W: Correspondence, 1953-1959.), Box #444, Folder #444.5]
  • Handwritten note from John Rollett to LP RE: Tells LP that he applying to Oxford University for appointment as a lecturer in electronic computing. Asks LP if he can put him down as a referee. [Letter from LP to Rollett, September 26, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Correspondence, 1955-1959), #341.3]
  • Letter from LP [Signed by Beatrice Wulf] to Reverend Leland P. Stewart, Universalist Church of Hollywood RE: Declines his invitation to be involved in the conference because of other appointments. [Letter from Reverend Stewart to LP September 12, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1957), #380.1]
  • Letter from Pauline Pauling to LP, RE: Pauline is sorry she couldn't stay to visit, but says Linda's wedding was beautiful. [Filed under LP Biographical: Personal and Family, Box 5.051, Folder 51.6]
  • Letter from Stanley Schaefer, W. H. Freeman and Company, to LP, RE: Discusses LP's comments on the manuscript of Christiansen and Garrett. Tells LP that the book by Bonner and Phillips is not available there, so he has not been able to compare passages from the book and manuscript as LP suggested. Includes a quote from the Bonner and Phillips book that LP used as an example of clear, straightforward writing, and notes that he thinks that kind of writing would be too sophisticated for the average freshman student. Says that he thinks they can make the Christiansen and Garrett book a more usable one with the help of a good copy-editor. [Letter from LP to Stanley, September 30, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (W. H. Freeman and Company, 1941-1959.), Box #439, Folder #439.15]
  • Payment of Royalties from W.H. Freeman and Company to LP for 1956-1957 royalties amounting to $22,735.73. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Royalty Statements, 1938-1995), Box #4.045, Folder #45.1]