Letter from Linus Pauling to Chet Holifield. Page 1. November 4, 1957
Letter from Linus Pauling to Chet Holifield. November 4, 1957. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 3 pp.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Inter-Office Memo from LL to LP RE: Notifies him that Dr. Lord called to invite him to participate in a panel discussion dealing with the idea of "Russia vs. U.S." on December 16th. Handwritten note from LP states he can not participate because he has a conflicting meeting. Handwritten note also explains that regrets were telephoned, the meeting was changed, and they will call at the first of the year. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1957), #231.3]
  • Letter from A.M. Fleischman to LP RE: Offers a desire to support him and other scientists that are trying to make the politicians decide to stop bomb testing, asks what he suggests is the best way to show that support to him and the other scientists. [Letter from LP to Mrs. Fleischman November 22, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (F: Correspondence, 1957), #129.1]
  • Letter from Dr. Paul Saltman, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition, USC to LP RE: Thanks him for allowing them to use some of his models in a tv program. Sends him some research done by his colleagues on mice with muscular dystrophy. Includes copies of the research notes. [Letter from LP to Dr. Saltman November 12, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (S: Correspondence, 1957), #380.1]
  • Letter from Harold F. Burks, President, California Educational Research and Guidance Association, to LP RE: Invites LP to speak at a conference being put on by the association, specifically on the topic of new thinking in biochemistry. [Letter from LP to Dr. Burks November 8, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1957), #38.3]
  • Letter from John E. Simmons, Assistant Manager, Cornell University Press, to Verlag Chemie, cc: LP RE: Outlines the terms on which the company would grant them the right to publish a German translation of The Nature of the Chemical Bond and states that LP would like Dr. Helfferich to do the translation. [Letter from Verlag Chemie to Cornell University Press October 30, 1957] [Filed under LP Books: 1960b5.2]
  • Letter from Valy Menkin to LP, RE: Sends him the appeal with four appended signatures. Explains that he had a lot of difficulty getting those because of the confusion and fear associated with the launching of the Russian satellites. Handwritten note at top indicates the letter was answered and labels it number 8. [Filed under LP Safe Contents, Drawer 3 Folder 3.004]
  • Memo from BW to LP RE: Attaches copies of a letter Leonard Shane sent LP, which might alter a sentence from a letter LP intends to send to Chet Holifield. [Filed under LP Speeches: 1957s2.9]
  • Memo from Dr. Richard W. Lippman to LP RE: Records the notes from their earlier meeting and the things they discussed about their research in phenylketonuria. [Memo from Dr. Lippman to LP October 16, 1957, Memo from Dr. Lippman to LP November 19, 1957, Memo from Dr. Lippman to LP December 2, 1957] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Lippman, Richard W., 1951-1961, 1980, 1982), #217.5]
  • Note from Unknown Sender to LP RE: Recounts the details of a conversation with Professor Breslow on his work, especially with vitamin B, and his predictions on the electron state of cyclopropene, cyclobutadienenone, and cyclobutadiene. States that the person did not feel Dr. Breslow's answers were satisfactory. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1957), #38.3]