Notes re: Nuclear Magnetic Moments. Page 1. June 4, 1964
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Activity Listings

  • Letter from Allan Wulc to LP RE: Wulc asks for LP’s opinion on whether the U.S. should continue manned space projects. [Letter from LP to Wulc July 30, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1963-1965: Box #446 Folder #446.2]  
  • Letter from Carlton B. Goodlett, M.D., Chairman of the Committee for International Peace Action, to LP RE: Thanks LP for his assistance in the successful launching of the San Francisco Appeal to the United Nations. Tells LP that they are hoping that the National Convention of the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs and the National meeting of WISP, to be held in San Francisco from June 19th - 21st, will lead both organizations to endorse the Appeal. [Filed under LP Correspondence (G: Correspondence, 1962-1965), #142.3]
  • Letter from Gustav Albrecht to LP RE: Sends two letters from the telephone company about the telephone lines. [Letter from L.A. Balatti, The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, to Gustav Albrecht May 29, 1964 and June 2, 1964] [Filed under LP Biographical: Box # 4.047 Folder # 47.1]
  • Letter from Mrs. Florence Dick, Secretary to LP, to Professor Albert V. Baez RE: Informs him that his May 31st letter was received, but that LP is away from Pasadena until June 8th. Informs him that he is mailing two photographs for publicity use. [Handwritten note from Baez to LP May 31, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (B: Individual Correspondence, Badger-Bartlett), #23.2]
  • Letter from Roger Williams to LP RE: Williams wants to know LP’s thoughts on the central theme of his proposed book.  Williams has condensed the theme into a paragraph and asks for LP’s comments so that the book manuscript can be updated. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Williams, Roger J., 1936-1991: Box #436 Folder #436.13]
  • Letter from Stanley Schaefer, W.H. Freeman and Company to LP RE: Schaefer is planning to be at the Institute on June 9th and hopes to see LP on this visit. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W.H. Freeman and Company, 1960-1992: Box #440 Folder #440.5]
  • Letter from Wm. J. Congdon to LP and AHP, RE: Congdon thanks the Paulings for deciding to meet Mr. Hake's asking price. Congdon is mostly happy not for the commission, although the commission is certainly substantial, but for the fact that the Paulings got a great house and the best bargain that Congdon knows of in the area. Escrow was started today. Congdon alerts the Paulings to a condition he has recently learned about, regarding Mr. Hake acting as conservator of Mrs. Hake's stake in the home, due to Mrs. Hake being declared incompetent. There is a remote possibility that this could delay the sale, but Congdon's lawyer thinks that a delay is highly unlikely. Mr. Hake is very happy that the Paulings are to have his home. He has contracted for the painting of the trim and deck and expects work to be started this week. Congdon thanks the Paulings for their business and looks forward to seeing them on Friday. [Filed under LP Personal Safe, Drawer #2, Folder #2.014]