Letter from Linus Pauling to Dr. Willard F. Libby. Page 1. December 28, 1961
Letter from Linus Pauling to Dr. Willard F. Libby. December 28, 1961. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 3 pp.  View Transcript

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  • Envelope from First Western Bank:  Pasadena, California. “Season’s Greetings,” is stamped on the front.  [Envelope from First Western Bank November 22, 1961 and February 21, 1962] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.030, Folder #30.2]
  • Letter from George Earl Miller to AHP, RE: Admires AHP’s everlasting efforts in attempting to keep the world at peace.  Says the people in the Latin American states need a little encouragement, and that religion has mercilessly failed them. [handwritten at end of page: “Lovingly, G.M.”]  [Filed under AHP Biographical: (George Earl Miller: Correspondence 1958-1971), Box#3.024, Folder# 24.2]
  • Letter from LP to E.A. Uehling, University of Washington, RE: Explains that he was ordered by a judge to give a list of names of people who sent him copies of the bomb-test petitions and he has decided to comply. Writes that Uehling might be approached by the attorney for the defendant and provides the name and address of his attorney. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Pauling v. Bellingham Publishing Company, 1960-1963, 1965), Box #3.001, Folder #1.8] 
  • Letter from LP to Eleanor Roosevelt RE: Asks Roosevelt if she would be the guest of honor at the 1962 annual garden party of the ACLU of Southern California.  Provides the possible dates for the garden party as well as it’s location. Explains how important it would be for the ACLU if she could accept the invitation. [Letter from Roosevelt to LP December 30, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: R: Individual Correspondence. (Robinson, Miles-Roosevelt), #335.9]
  • Letter from LP to Joseph W. Ferman, Publisher, Mercury Publications, RE: LP apologizes for the delay in answering; it was due partly to his own indecision.  Although he enjoys reading the magazine, he is too busy to prepare a statement. [Letter from Ferman to LP, April 26, 1961] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (M: Correspondence, 1959-1961), #258.3]
  • Letter from LP to Stanley E. Henwood, International Medical Congress. RE: Will use some standard American Lantern slides to illustrate his talk.  [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by LP, 1962) Box #1962s Folder #1962s.3]
  • Letter from Mrs. William H. Short to LP, RE: Thanks LP for the letter regarding letters to Libby, who has not replied to her yet.  Libby is to be the principal consultant on the pamphlet on fallout shelters, but many peace groups are urging people to leave the pamphlet unopened and return it to the White House.  Sends a poll published by the San Francisco Chronicle about fallout shelters, as well as a report by the Vice-Mayor of Walnut Creek.  She thinks that the Civil Defense program is being forced on the general public against its will, which will ultimately lead to its defeat. [Letter from LP to Short, January 15, 1962] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (L: Individual Correspondence. (Libby, A.-London)), #217.2]
  • Letter from Paul Ewald to LP RE: Says that he is sorry LP had no success tracking down the Nold reference. Describes what he remembers about trying to find it himself and the type of article it was. [Letter from LP to Ewald December 20, 1961] [Letter from Ewald to LP November 22, 1961] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: (Manuscripts and Typescripts of Articles by LP, 1961), Box #1961a2, Folder 1961a2.5] 
  • Letter from Richard Ramsey to LP, RE: Ramsey is sending LP a tentative schedule for his visit to North Carolina State University.  Ramsey hopes that the accommodations for the hotel will suit LP and AHP.  [Filed under LP Peace: (Assorted Peace Groups, Am), Box #4.009, Folder #9.4]
  • Letter from Robert Bruce Frey, to LP. RE: Asks for his autograph. Asks for a recommendation of books to read regarding Chemistry. [Filed under LP Correspondence (F: Correspondence, 1961): Box #129 Folder #129.5] 
  • Receipt from First Western Bank to LP RE: “Receipt Portion.”  For a deposit. $3,452.54.  [Envelope 1961] [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.030, Folder #30.1] 
  • “Mike Wallace, ‘P.M. East’, December 26, 1961, Westinghouse TV.” [Linus Pauling, Leon Uris, T.H. Tetens, Alexander Diseverske, Gerhard Seger re: status of Germany]  TV-Time Recordings, Inc. producer.  1/4" audio tape reel. [transferred to standard audiocassette] [Filed under LP Audio-Visual: 1961v.7]