Letter from Linus Pauling to Henry R. Luce Page 1. June 5, 1958
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Activity Listings

  • Invitation: Installation Awards Luncheon, Women for Legislative Action, Los Angeles, June 7, 1958. [Filed under LP Biographical: (LP Scrapbooks, 1956-1960), Box #6.007, Folder #7.171]
  • Letter from Alice Franklin Bryant to LP RE: Appreciates LP's willingness to be one of Bryant's national sponsors. Maude Richard's group, Peace Committee of The Church for Today, is willing to pay LP's expenses. Discusses the plans for LP's proposed trip. Will arrange newspaper and radio interviews and perhaps a short spot at a Sunday service. Wonders if LP could spend several days in the state and speak in other cities. [Letter from LP to Alice Franklin Bryant June 5, 1958, Letter from Alice Franklin Bryant to LP June 8, 1958] [Filed under LP Speeches: 1958s.27]
  • Letter from Kaoru Yasui Director Japan Council Against A&H Bombs to LP, RE: The Council is preparing for the Fourth World Conference Against A&H Bombs and would like LP's sponsorship. Yasui is also asking if LP can send a personal message that will encourage workers who are striving to send peace around the world. [LP's reply June 24, 1958] [Filed under LP Peace: (Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, 1957-1965, 1991), Box #4.008, Folder #8.2]
  • Letter from Mike L. Baird, Benjamin T. Jackson, Conrad Pederson, and Frederick S. Wellington to LP RE: Discuss their involvement with a motion picture project on the increase and consequences of ionizing radiation. Discuss their need for additional information and counsel, as they are doing research for the script and desire great accuracy. [Letter from LP to Mr. Baird and Associates, July 2, 1958] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1958), #39.1]
  • Letter from Ross Baker and Donald Rackin to LP RE: Seeks to give factual evidence as to why nuclear testing, internationally, should be banned that may be used as a "chain letter" to be sent to the President and State Congressmen. Cites quotes from AEC officials that demonstrate the huge number of lives lost by just one nuclear test, as well as quotes from Albert Schweitzer and President Eisenhower that show the potential harm of even "clean" weapons. Asks that LP copy the letter, or write his own, and circulate it to friends, colleagues, and government officials, so as to raise awareness for the issue. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Correspondence, 1958), #39.1]