Letter from Linus Pauling to T.O. Jones. Page 1. November 21, 1957
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Detlev W. Bronk, National Academy of Sciences to LP RE: Bronk has started inquiries regarding the status of Orekhovich's and Dr. Dorothy Hodgkin's applications for visas. Hopes that LP will be able to visit the Institute soon and see some of the new buildings. [Letter from LP to Bronk December 10, 1957] [Filed under LP Science: (National Academy of Sciences, 1955-1969), Box #14.021, Folder #21.2]
  • Letter from Dr. Herbert Jehle, Physics Department, University of Nebraska to Friends RE: Requests signatures on the appeal of scientists who want to stop bomb tests. Provides a short background of the appeal. [Note from Dr. Jehle to Mrs. Hughes November 1957, Letter from Mrs. Hughes to Dr. Jehle November 19, 1957, Note from Dr. Jehle to Mrs Hughes November 30, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Jehle, Herbert, 1957-1965, 1967-2970, 1972, 1976-1977, 1979-1983.), #189.3]
  • Letter from Henry Makower to LP RE: Says that he was glad to have the opportunity to sign the petition to stop nuclear testing. Explains that he is still recovering from a serious operation, so he wasn't able to get that many other signatures. Expresses hope that his other Polish colleagues were able to get more. Talks about his children and his plan to travel to the U.S. Labeled number 20. [Filed under LP Safe Contents, Drawer 3 Folder 3.004]
  • Letter from Kanji Fujii to LP RE: Encloses a list of some signatures for the Appeal, but explains that they didn't have much time to collect many signatures. Says they will send another list a little later. Labeled number 120. [Filed under LP Safe Contents, Drawer 3 Folder 3.004]
  • Letter from Paul Bordet to LP, RE: (In French) Seems to agree with LP that the title and first line of text of the appeal should include scientists and other knowledgeable people from countries other than just the U.S. Also indicates that there are many people of other nationalities that are interested in the appeal. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer 2 Folder 2.030]
  • Letter from Robert Williams to LP RE: Says that he cannot sign the Appeal because he feels that the government already knows about all the issues LP is planning to bring up and that it isn't his place to tell the government what to do. Also says that he thinks the Appeal does not give an honest representation of the facts. [Filed under LP Safe Contents, Drawer 2 Folder 2.001]
  • Letter from Sergej Vošnjak, Editor-in-Chief, Slovenski poro_evalec to LP RE: Invites him to answer a couple of questions about scientific progress in the last year for the newspaper and its readers. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1957), #380.1]
  • Letter from Verlag Chemie to Cornell University Press RE: Thanks them for be willing to grant them publication rights of the German translation of the third edition of The Nature of the Chemical Bond and agrees to all of their terms except for royalties and the deadline by which the German translation must be published. Letter in German. [Letter form Mr. Simmons to Verlag Chemie December 3, 1957] [Filed under LP Books: 1960b5.2]
  • Note from Vivian Kundell to Sirs RE: Requests information about the last eight or ten elements for a science project. [Letter from Ms. Wulf to Miss Kundell December 2, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (K: Correspondence, 1957), #201.1]