Letter from Linus Pauling to J. Polonsky Page 1. March 24, 1959
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Travel: Van Nuys, CA

Activity Listings

  • Check from AHP to Minnie Verdugo for $49.50. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Bank Statements and Canceled Checks, December 1957-December 1959), Box #4.025, Folder #25.2]
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: Valley Unitarian-Universalist, Van Nuys, Forum-Roundtable [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.5]
  • Letter from Dr. Kanti Pada Chatterjee, Presidency College, Calcutta, to LP RE: Says he was turned down for the Noyes Fellowship, says he still has a great desire to carry on research under LP's direction, appeals to LP for providing him with research work in his lab under his supervision, says he mentioned his research in his last letter, and asks when LP and AHP are coming to India again. [Letter from LP to Chatterjee June 4, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1959), #75.2]
  • Letter from Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, Dean, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, to LP RE: Says his letter gave him hope that he might be available on June 8th or 9th, says the faculty is anxious to have him participate, says the college is in easy reach of the New York airports, and asks him to let them know when he knows the schedule of flights. [Letter from LP to Kogel March 23, 1959, Letter from Scharrer to LP April 3, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (E: Correspondence, 1959), #112.25]
  • Letter from Jacek Kornacki to LP RE: Sends him a copy of the Polish weekly journal Przeglad Kulturalney (Cultural Review) in which there is a comprehensive summary of the report No More War, says he found the report so interesting and important he decided to write the summary and publish it, hopes he will not be angry as it strengthened protest against the threat of nuclear war in his country, and says they would be very happy to welcome him in Warsaw during the General Assembly of the W. F. S. W. [Letter from LP to Kornacki May 1, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (K: Correspondence, 1959), #201.3]
  • Letter from Jane Zuckerkandl to LP RE: Explains that her husband, Emile, has been called away suddenly to Vienna. Says that Emile would like to apply for a Fulbright grant to cover travel expenses. Inquires about whether Emile has been granted a research fellowship at Caltech. [Letter from Swift to Mrs. Zuckerkandl April 1, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Zuckerkandl, Emile, 1959), #465.2]
  • Letter from LP to The Humanist Association, RE: LP declares that he will use his scientific and technological knowledge for the increase of human welfare and will not contribute towards human destruction or degradation. [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #9.004, Folder #9.5]
  • Letter from Mrs. Martin C. Needler to LP RE: Inquires about recent progress in the development of "safe" and nutritious strontium-free milk. [Letter from LP to Mrs. Needler May 2, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence, 1959), #288.3]
  • Letter from Norman Cousins, Saturday Review, to LP RE: Says Albert Schweitzer's copies of articles he sent out never reached him, asks if he can borrow LP's copy, says he will return it after having it translated, says things seem to be looking up but the AEC is still basically opposed to the end of underground testing, says they want to develop smaller atomic weapons, and supposes that the AEC will insist that Russia accept their new sanitary weapons and ask them to use them against us in the event of war. [Letter from LP to Cousins April 14, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Cousins, Norman), #68.6]
  • Letter from Raymond Simpson to LP, RE: Due to unfortunate circumstances the award dinner, originally scheduled for April 30, has now been moved to June 6th. Simpson hopes that LP will still be able to be a speaker at the event on the new date. [Letter from LP January 26, 1959] [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, St-Wa), Box #4.015, Folder #15.4]
  • Letter from Samuel J. Prigal to LP RE: Invites LP to the New York Allergy Society as a guest speaker on the subject of Molecular Disease and Allergy. Mentions Bernal's book, World Without War. [Letter from LP to Prigal April 8, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Correspondence) #313.7]
  • Note from Benjamin Chapman to LP RE: Tells about how much he agrees with LP in No More War, says he has become a campaigner for peace against war, tells about all the letters he has written to political figures detailing how many people a superbomb could kill in a given city, says the British politicians responded, says other countries are trying to get the U.S. to use their weapons in Germany, gives LP compliments on his work against nuclear testing, wants him to raise the labor leaders against the use of atom bombs, says they should have a fund for his people for lawyers so they will be protected when prosecuted in court, and thanks LP for No More War. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1959), #75.2]
  • Statement of Account from California Institute of Technology to LP Department of Chemistry for $18.33 (invoice attached). [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Assorted Bills, Receipts and Invoices, 1951-1962), Box #4.060, Folder #60.5]