Letter from Linus Pauling to Gunnar Jahn. Page 1. October 30, 1961
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Travel: London, England

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten Letter from Jimmie Valentine to LP, RE: Keep up your wonderful work for world peace and against nuclear testing. You are a great humanitarian and human being. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (V: Correspondence, 1933-1969), #427.21]
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: London; TV show [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.1] 
  • Itinerary [handwritten]: leave San Francisco at 10:15 AM, arrive in London at 7:25 PM; British Independent TV, London [Filed under LP Travel, Box #1.003, Folder 3.1]  
  • Letter from A. Wallach to LP RE: Wallach asks how it was determined that increasing in the intake of calcium will significantly reduce the absorption of Strontium-90.  [Letter from Perry to Wallach November 30, 1961] [Filed under LP Peace:  Materials re: Strontium-90, 1961-1963: Box #7.014, Folder #14.8]
  • Letter from Alan McClure to LP, RE: McClure has been concerned about attempts to orbit the West Ford Test Belt, and managed to have an article published in The Review of Popular Astronomy for July and August.  He feels this issue is very urgent and would like to know LP’s views on the matter.  [Letter from LP to McClure, November 9, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1959-1961), #258.3]
  • Letter from D. Horbigill, Manager, Barclays Bank Limited, to LP RE: Sends bank statements.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.038, Folder #38.2]
  • Letter from Dorothy Stein to LP RE: Stein asks LP what the appropriate dosage of dicalcium phosphate would be for a 6 year old.  Stein asks has several questions concerning drug interaction with dicalcium phosphate. [Filed under LP Peace: Materials re: Strontium-90, 1961-1963: Box #7.014, Folder #14.8]
  • Letter from Dr. Raef K. Haddad, Chief, Experimental Psychology and Physiology Section, State of New Jersey Bureau of Research in Neurology and Psychiatry, to LP, RE: Dr. Haddad thought the enclosed summary of his research might interest LP.  Although the findings are preliminary, they would appreciate any comments LP has.  They are continuing the studies to cover a wider number and greater range of patients.  Dr. Rabe and Dr. Haddad look forward to LP’s discussion of memory at the New York meetings next week. [Letter from LP to Dr. Haddad, November 9, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (H: Correspondence, 1961-1962), #168.1]
  • Letter from Florence Hornig to AHP, RE: Hornig hopes to gain insight on how to increase and use the Jane Addams Peace Association California Travel Fund.  Says that she is glad they had decided on taking up a collection at the tea, and is happy to have 15 new members join because of the event.  [Filed under AHP Materials re: Peace and Women: (AHP: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom), Box#4.001, Folder#1.1]
  • Letter from Hans A. Bethe, Cornell University, to LP, RE: Thanks for the letter of congratulations. [Letter from LP to H.A. Bethe, October 31, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (B: Individual Correspondence. (Beach-Birge)), #27.17] 
  • Letter from John K. Keet, M.D., Chairman, Program Committee, Connecticut State Society of Anesthesiologists, to LP, RE: Invites LP to be the sole speaker at the Connecticut State Society of Anesthesiologists banquet. [Letter from LP to Dr. Keet, November 9, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1961-1962), #76.1] 
  • Letter from Kazuo Furukawa, Research Institute for Iron, Steel, and Other Metals, to LP. RE: Thanks him for his letter. Now has a different job with the Atomic Energy Research Institute. [Filed under LP Correspondence: F: Correspondence, 1961: Box #129 Folder #129.5] 
  • Letter from LP to John Lear, Science Editor, Saturday Review. RE: States that nuclei could not be found in the Saturday Review of literature. [Letter from Lear to LP November 8, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence (S: Organisational Correspondence): Box #374 Folder #374.5]
  • Letter from LP, dictated and signed in his absence, to Dr. Robert Langridge, Children’s Cancer Research Foundation, Inc., RE: LP is grateful to Landridge for pointing out the error.  He will have it corrected as soon as possible. [Note from Langridge to LP, October 26, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Correspondence, 1961-1963), #232.1]
  • Letter from Linda Hopkins to Dr. Richard L. Kenyon, Editor, Chemical and Engineering News, RE: LP has asked that the letter from Khrushchev be sent to him, with the thought that it should be printed.  It was announced in Moscow that the same letter was also sent to President Nkrumah of Ghana, Prime Minister Ikeda of Japan, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, and Philip Noel-Baker of England, as well as some other M.P.’s who protested the resumption of nuclear testing in the Soviet Union. [Letter from Dr. Kenyon to Mrs. Hopkins, November 9, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (K: Individual Correspondence. (Kennedy-Klein, Morton)), #198.8]
  • Letter from Phyllis Payne, International Medical Congress, to Linda Hopkins. RE: Thanks him for his letter. Asks her what Conference functions LP will be attending. [Letter from Hopkins November 1, 1961] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962), Box #1962s, Folder #1962s.3]
  • Memorandum from LP to Professor Corey RE: Informs that he has become aware of an error in a drawing of two alpha helices in The Nature of the Chemical Bond, third edition.  Requests that Corey provide a print of the corrected drawing. [Filed under LP Books: 1960b5.5]