Letter from Linus Pauling to Gopel Prasad. Page 1. February 6, 1964
Letter from Linus Pauling to Gopel Prasad. February 6, 1964. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten note from Mary McDougal Axelson to LP RE: Informs LP that she and her husband wish to will some money for research in chemical causes and chemical cures for insanity.  Asks LP if he knows of an organization or institution doing research on these topics which they could will their money to. Handwritten note by LP at top says “Ken - Can you advise me? (Note near NYC).” [Letter from LP to Axelson February 14, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (A: Correspondence, 1962-1965), # 14.3]
  • Letter dictated by LP to Mr. David Darrin RE: Tells Darrin that he does not think that a manuscript that has not been published can be used as a basis for a Nobel Prize nomination. Therefore, he has not sent Darrin’s manuscript to the Nobel Committee and is returning the manuscript under separate cover. [Letter from Darrin to LP October 12, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (D: Correspondence, 1960-1966), #99.5] 
  • Letter dictated by LP to Professor Penos D. Bardis, Editor of the Social Science Journal at the University of Toledo, RE: Thanks him for his January 22nd letter and for the interesting poem entitled “The Pyrrhic of the Neutrino.” [Letter from Bardis to LP January 22, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (B: Correspondence, 1962-1964), #40.3]
  • Letter from A. A. Hooke to LP and AHP, RE: Hooke and his wife often remember with appreciation the inspiration that the Paulings gave to the Peace Congress in Melbourne. Hooke discusses a passage from the Bible in which Jesus tells Peter to sheath his sword, for "those who take the sword will perish with the sword," and Hooke wishes that today's rulers would heed that wisdom. Hooke discusses the state of the peace movement and talks about his trip to the Peace Congress in Japan in 1960. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (General Correspondence, Peace and Political), #4.3]
  • Letter from Betsy Thomas, Program Consultant, University of Tennessee - Knoxville to LP RE:  Thomas invites LP to come and speak at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville during the 1964-1965 school year as part of the lecture series sponsored by the University Center Committee and the Student Government Association.  [Letter from LP to Thomas February 18, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: U: Correspondence, 1936-1970: Box #421 Folder #421.22]
  • Letter from J.L. Heilbron to LP, RE: Heilbron writes to ask LP for some of his time to do a few tape-recorded interviews during the week of March 16th. Heilbron says a week before the interview he will send LP an outline of topics to discuss. [Letter from LP to Heilbron: February 13, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Organizational Correspondence: So-Su: Box #376 Folder #376.5]
  • Letter from LP to Kjell Reichenberg RE: LP agrees that smaller countries should disarm and that the money spent on armament would be much better spent elsewhere. [Letter from Reichenberg to LP December 25, 1963] [Filed under LP Correspondence: R: Correspondence, 1960-1963: Box #342 Folder #342.4] 
  • Letter from Leo McKay to LP RE: McKay includes some excerpts from his work “The Plea.” [Letter from LP to McKay February 7, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence, 1962-1964: Box #259 Folder #259.3]  
  • Letter from Maximilan J. Hodder, Executive Vice President, Imperial Travel to LP RE: Hodder has been notified by the Polish tourist authorities that LP has been invited to attend a celebration in Krakow during April and May.  Imperial travel is the only Polish travel agency on the West Coast and Hodder offers his services to LP as he plans his trip. [Letter from LP to Hodder February 12, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: V: Correspondence, 1933-1969: Box #427 Folder #427.24]
  • Letter from Nola Barber to AHP, RE: Barber thanks AHP for sending her a message for the people of the City of Chelsea. The message was lovely and will be put in the local paper. Barber thought that AHP's talk at the Women's Session in Sydney was vital and interesting and will help to stimulate more women's activities for peace. Barber praises AHP and LP for their work toward disarmament. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (General Correspondence, Peace and Political), #4.1]
  • Letter from R. T. Baker , Comptroller C.I.T., to Unsigned RE: Requests that the funds setup by the sender be transferred from C.I.T. to the institution of LP’s choice to further fund LP’s research, assuming the institute fulfills Department of Internal Revenue requirements. [Filed under LP Biographical: Materials re: C.I.T. Assorted Financial Materials, 1945-1965 Box #1.032, Folder #32.5] 
  • Letter from Robert S. Levy, Chairman of the Cincinnati Peace Center, to LP RE: Invites LP to speak at the Cincinnati Peace Center on the evening of the day that he addresses to University of Cincinnati in April or May, if he chooses to accept that invitation. Invites LP and AHP to stay in his home in the case that he does accept the invitations. [Letter from LP to Levy February 12, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (C: Correspondence, 1963-1965), #77.2] 
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Pauling’s Ideas,” by George Larsen,  Monterey (California) Peninsula Herald, February 5, 1964. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1964: Box #1964n, Folder #1964n.62]