Notes re: Nuclear Magnetic Moments. Page 1. June 4, 1964
Notes re: Nuclear Magnetic Moments. June 4, 1964. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.

Activity Listings

  • Announcement from Thomas C. Coleman to LP RE: Announces that Coleman, along with Robert B. Hoemeke and Alan G. Kimbrell, have become partners in the Green, Hennings, Henry, Evans & Arnold firm. [Letter from LP to Coleman September 9, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (C: Correspondence, 1963-1965), #77.2] 
  • Bank Book Entry: Sec. Title Ins. “SB Hake House.” $5,000.00.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.039, Folder #39.1]
  • Letter dictated by LP to Mr. Henry Duskis RE: Thanks Duskis for sending him his book The Forgotten Writings of Mark Twain. Notes that he has decided not to write to Mr. Sigmond about his book, since he could not form a good idea of the book from the description in Duskis’ letter. [Letters from Duskis to LP May 25, 196464, June 5, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (D: Correspondence, 1960-1966), #99.5]
  • Letter from Claudette Perier, Secretary to LP, to Mr. E. Lederer RE: Perier informs Lederer that the reprint he requested of “Methylene and the Carbenes” is no longer available.  [Letter from Lederer to LP May 8, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: L: Correspondence, 1964-1966: Box #233 Folder #233.1]
  • Letter from Clayton Sinclair to LP, RE: Sinclair discusses the John Birch Society and the forces outside California that are campaigning to repeal the Rumford Act and to have an amendment voted into the Constitution to make discrimination legal. Stars For Freedom is launching a counter-attack. Sinclair says that funds are desperately needed and asks that the world’s artists submit one important work to be auctioned off. [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Organizational (So-Su): Box #376 Folder #376.9]
  • Letter from Donald J. Silberman to LP, RE: Silberman sends LP information about Paul Sporn, a professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo, who denied to answer questions posed to him by the House Un-American Activities Committee and questioned the relevance of the Committee, and who was subsequently dismissed from his post at the University. Silberman believes that Sporn's dismissal was unjustified, and legal action has already begun in regard to the matter. Silberman asks LP to send letters expressing his views to officials at the State University of New York at Buffalo, as well as to press outlets in the Buffalo area. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #2, Folder #2.013, Item #13.41]
  • Letter from E. C. Webb, University of Queensland, to LP. RE: Invites him to speak for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry while he is in Australia. [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP 1964: Box #1964s2 Folder #1964s2.4] 
  • Letter from Frederick B Wood to LP RE: Wood encloses a manuscript of his negentropy paper which he has prepared for Mr. Arnoni of The Minority of One.  Wood asks for LP’s opinion on the paper. [Letter from LP to Wood June 19, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1963-1965: Box #446 Folder #446.2]        
  • Letter from Harry S. Nachman, The Unitarian Forum of Evanston, to LP RE: Nachman invites LP to speak at the Unitarian Forum lecture series on the general theme of “The Coming Years.”  Nachman suggests any Sunday between November and April as a time for the lecture.   [Letter from LP to Nachman June 8, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: U: Correspondence, 1936-1970: Box #421 Folder #421.22]
  • Letter from Johan Galtung, Director of Research at the Peace Research Institute in Oslo, to LP RE: Tells LP that he is sending him a copy of the 1st issue of their Journal of Peace Research under separate cover. Asks LP if he would be willing to write an article for them about the problems of dismantling the existing stock of bombs. [Filed under LP Correspondence (G: Correspondence, 1962-1965), #142.3]
  • Letter from John C. McDougall to LP RE: At the May 27-28, 1964 meeting of the National Advisory Child Health and Human Development Council Dr. Kenneth Shaw was confirmed as principal investigator on grant HD 00347-03. [Filed under LP Science: (United States Public Health Service: Assorted Grants, 1954-1964), Box #14.042, Folder #42.1]  
  • Letter from Roderick Heffron, M.D. to LP RE: Tells LP that he also admires Dr. F.O. Schmitt, but that they have some doubts about the efficacy of the Neurosciences Research Program and have decided to turn down the appeal from Dr. Schmitt for funds to support it. Handwritten note in top, right corner: “file Rec.” [Letter from LP to Heffron May 27, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (H: Correspondence, 1963-1966), 169.2] 
  • Letter from Wm. J. Congdon to LP and AHP, RE: Congdon regrets to inform the Paulings that Mr. Hake did not accept their offer of $50,000 cash, even though he would be pleased for the Paulings to buy his home. Congdon discusses the pricing opinions of four Montecito realtors, and the manner in which Hake arrived at his asking price of $55,000. Congdon tells the Paulings about several other buyers who have looked at the house. Congdon does not necessarily suggest that the Paulings meet his price, if they feel it is too high, but admits that he does not know of another home for sale in Montecito with so much to offer that is for sale for $55,000 or less. Congdon looks forward to meeting with the Paulings on Friday. Notes in the margins indicate that LP phoned and sent a telegram to Congdon on June 3, 1964, indicating that the Paulings had decided to pay the asking price of $55,000. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #2, Folder #2.014]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “News Tribune Letter Box: Science and Religion,” Tacoma (Washington) News Tribune, June 1, 1964. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1964: Box #1964n, Folder #1964n.98]