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Travel: Tokyo, Japan

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary [handwritten]: Tokyo [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.5]
  • Letter from Clarence Pickett to LP, RE: Pickett is inviting LP to become a sponsor for the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. [LP's reply August 24, 1959] [Filed under LP Peace: (SANE, 1958-1966, 1982), Box #4.003, Folder #3.8]
  • Letter from J. W. Stout, Editor, Journal of Chemical Physics, to LP RE: Asks him to review the enclosed manuscript "An Electron Diffraction Study of the Structure of Trimethyphosphine" which has been submitted by Bartell and Brockway for publication in the Journal of Chemical Physics, says a previous referee and the author are in disagreement concerning a few points in the ms so the author wants a second opinion, and encloses copies of the first referee's report as well as the author's reply. [Letter from LP to Stout August 20, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Journal of Chemical Physics), #191.5]
  • Letter from Karl Robinson, Jack Glatzer and Elizabeth Aaronsohn, Challenge Program, to LP RE: Discusses the Challenge Program's goals and plans. Invites LP to speak at the colloquium, "The Challenge of the Nuclear Age." [Letter from LP to Robinson, Glatzer and Aaronsohn August 20, 1959] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Correspondence, 1959), #341.5]
  • Letter from M. J. Joncich, Assistant Program Director for Chemistry, National Science Foundation, to LP RE: Says a Foundation grant was awarded to Dr. William Lipscomb for research on "X-ray Structure studies at Helium Temperatures," says the award was based on favorable reviews by LP and others, says they have received the enclosed proposal requesting an additional three years' support of Lipscomb's research, and asks LP for his evaluation and comments as to the desirability of continued Foundation support. (Following: "Rating Sheet for Professor William N. Lipscomb, for study of Crystal and Molecular Studies at Very Low Temperatures" with LP's evaluation for the National Science Foundation) [Filed under LP Correspondence: (Lipscomb, William N.), #217.6]
  • Letter from Reuben A. Holden, Yale University, to LP RE: Discusses the CHALLENGE program. Explains that Yale endorses the program and hopes that LP will be able come visit the Yale campus. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (R: Correspondence, 1959), #341.5]
  • Letter from Syuro Seki, Faculty of Science Osaka University to LP, RE: Mr. Seki is pleased to hear that LP and AHP will attend the International Congress Against Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima. Since LP will be visiting Osaka for two days, Dr. Ogawa of Rikkyo University has prepared a schedule for LP's visit. [Filed under LP Peace: (Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, 1957-1965, 1991), Box #4.008, Folder #8.3]
  • Newspaper Clipping: [in Japanese] Publication Unknown, August 3, 1959. [Filed under LP Biographical: (LP Scrapbooks, 1956-1960), Box #6.007, Folder #7.465]
  • Note from Michael C. Crick to LP RE: Says he sees from the newspapers that LP is also in Japan though at an anti-nuclear conference, says he is in Japan as a traveler working as a deck-boy on a Danish ship, tells the places they will go to next from Japan along the Asian coast, says they are not going to Hiroshima and so their paths will not cross, and hopes the conference will achieve some positive results. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1959), #75.2]