"Für eine Welt ohne Waffen und Krieg." Page 1. July 7, 1964
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Travel: Berlin, Germany

Activity Listings

  • Court Document: United States Court of Appeals For the Second Circuit; Linus Pauling, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. News Syndicate Company, Inc., Defendant-Appellee, Court Opinion.  Enclosed with Letter from Piel to LP, July 8, 1964. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1961-1966, 1971: Box #3.020, Folder # 20.4]
  • Form: “Employee’s Withholding Exemption Certificate.”  Gilbert Norman Trester.  [Filed Under LP Biographical: Box #4.052, Folder #52.4]
  • Handwritten note from Harry Arepoth to LP RE: Encloses a duplicate of the letter that he is sending to Reader’s Digest about his anger that the magazine never shows the other side of the argument concerning LP’s religious beliefs.  Suggests that LP write an article for Reader’s Digest about why he does not believe in God. [Filed under LP Correspondence (A: Correspondence, 1962-1965), #14.3]
  • Handwritten note from John A. Hannum to Dr. Hutchins RE: Expresses his thanks for the Center sending him a copy of Hutchins brochure containing LP’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. Encloses a memorandum entitled “Essays on Human Conflict,” which he is preparing for distribution. Asks if it is true that Martin Mayer is associated with Hutchins’ organization. [Letter from Hutchins’ secretary to Hannum July 10, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence (H: Correspondence, 1963-1966), #169.2] 
  • Letter [in German] from Alfons Geiger to LP RE: Asks for LP’s autograph. Handwritten note in bottom, left corner: “Autograph mailed 8/10/64.” [Filed under LP Correspondence (G: Correspondence, 1962-1965), #142.3] 
  • Letter [in German] from S. Hirzel Verlag to LP RE: Wishes LP a pleasant stay. Discusses the possibility of some of LP’s books being translated into German by the S. Hizel publishing house. Notes that he read LP’s book No More War! with great interest. Tells LP that he is also sending him a catalogue from their publishing house. [Filed under LP Correspondence (B: Correspondence, 1962-1964), #40.3]
  • Letter from Alexander Leaf, to LP. RE: Acknowledges his acceptance of the invitation to speak at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Investigation. [Letter from LP June 22, 1964, July 15, 1964] [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP, 1965: Box # 1965s Folder #1965s.6] 
  • Letter from Dr. E. Mundinger to LP RE: Written in German.  Mundinger asks for the name of the periodical which may have LP’s address on the subject of abnormal hemoglobin. [Filed under LP Correspondence: M: Correspondence: 1962-1964: Box #259 Folder #259.3]
  • Letter from Dr. Walter to LP RE: Written in German. Walter asks LP to write an article for the yearbook “Urania-Universum.” [Letter from LP to Walter July 27, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1963-1965: Box #446 Folder #446.2] 
  • Letter from H. Patricia Burkett, Girlhaven, Inc., to LP RE: Asks LP for an autographed photo and a brief biography to be in included in an educational project, “Outstanding People of Today.” Handwritten note in right margin: “Photo + biog. mailed 7/15/64.” [Filed under LP Correspondence (G: Correspondence, 1962-1965), #142.3]
  • Letter from Marc Joux to LP RE: Written in French.  Joux discusses his thoughts on world peace and disarmament.  Joux thanks LP for his courageous work for peace. [Filed under LP Correspondence: J: Correspondence, 1933-1934, 1936-1964: Box #192 Folder #192.30]
  • Letter from Maria Ovsyannikova to AHP, RE: Was glad to receive AHP's letter, from which she learned about AHP's great march for peace. Is sorry that her request did not find AHP at home. Asks if AHP would write at article about instances in which she witnessed ordinary, average people striving for peace and showing a desire to actively come out and do something. AHP's articles in Ovsyannikova's magazine always hold great interest for its readers. [Filed under AHP Correspondence: (Organizational Correspondence), #8.2]
  • Letter from Robert W. Berliner to LP RE: Berliner is writing to LP to say that he has submitted the name of Dr. Isidore Edelman as candidate for a Career Investigatorship of the American Heart Association. Berliner asks if LP is sufficiently acquainted with Dr. Edelman to write a letter in support of his nomination. Berliner says the letter should be sent to Dr. Roland E. Schneckloth. [Letter from LP to Schneckloth July 14, 1964] [Filed under LP Correspondence: S: Correspondence, 1964-1965: Box #383 Folder #383.1]
  • Letter from Thomas B. Worden to LP RE: Worden asks for LP’s thoughts on the topic whether nuclear disarmament should be placed under the control of an international commission. [Filed under LP Correspondence: W: Correspondence, 1963-1965: Box #446 Folder #446.2] 
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Mit Mut und Konsequenz für den Frieden,” Ulmer Tagblatt - Ulmer Nachrichten (Germany), July 7, 1964. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Clippings, Magazine and Journal Articles related to LP, 1964: Box #1964n2, Folder #1964n2.20]
  • Receipt form Flora Hardware and Nursery RE: $0.72 [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box#4.069, Folder#69.5]
  • Receipt from Boisen's Paint Store RE: $6.66 [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box #4.069, Folder #69.4]
  • Receipt from G. B. and H. Company RE: $7.37 [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box#4.069, Folder#69.5]
  • Typescript: “Für eine Welt ohne Waffen und Krieg”, Karl Marx College. [Filed under LP Speeches: Speeches by LP 1964: Box #1964s2 Folder #1964s2.1]