Letter from Linus Pauling to Elna Poppe. Page 1. January 9, 1963
Letter from Linus Pauling to Elna Poppe. January 9, 1963. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Travel: Madras, India

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: Madras [Filed under LP Travel, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3] 
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens, secretary to LP, to David Lawrence, San Bernardino Valley College, RE: Informs him that his letter of January 6, 1967 has been received and that it will get LP's full attention upon his return. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 234 Folder 234.1]
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens, secretary to LP, to Milen Dempster, American Civil Liberties Union, RE: Informs him that LP is out of town and will give his attention to Dempster's letter of January 8, 1967 upon his return. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 100 Folder 100.1]
  • Letter from Jon J. Gallo, University of California, to LP RE: Invites LP to submit an introduction for The Law Review of the University of California at Los Angeles. Suggests that it discuss the general problems and challenges of contemporary developments dealing with the control of gestation and genetics. Sends brief summaries of the 5 other papers that have already been submitted. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 465 Folder 465.10]
  • Letter from LP [signed by F.K.G.] to Dr. A Hoffer, Director of Psychiatric Research at University Hospital in Saskatooon, Saskatchewan, Canada, RE: Shares his first draft of a paper describing general ideas of the field of psychiatry. LP expresses his excitement to learn more about the field after his trip to India. [Filed under LP Science: Box 11.079, Folder 79.1]
  • Letter from LP to Mrs. Dorothy Bendick RE: Thanks her for her suggestion of nominating Alice Franklin Bryant for a Nobel Peace Prize but regrets that he cannot make more than one nomination per year and also that he is required to keep his actions about Nobel matters confidential. Informs her, however, of the other people who are allowed to make Nobel prize nominations including university professors of certain field and anyone who as been in the U.S. Congress. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 32 Folder 32.7]
  • Letter from LP to Stanley Schaefer, W.H. Freeman and Company, RE: Tells him about a method one of his friends used to quit smoking and informs him that he will send him vitamin C troches if they become available. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 440 Folder 440.8]
  • Letter from Professor Martin Karplus, Harvard University, to LP RE: Sends semi-final drafts of a manuscript for LP's editing. Requests that he send a statement from a speech he gave on the primary importance of structure and the secondary place of function in molecules. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 197 Folder 197.6]
  • Letter from Rashad I. Razouk Professor of Physical Chemistry to Professor Arne Magneli The Nobel Committee for Chemistry RE: Nominates Professors Stephen Brunauer, Paul Hugh Emmett, and Edward Teller for the Nobel Prize for Chemistry 1967 for their development of BET Theory of Multimolecular Absorption. Encloses a statement of the theory and it's implications. Writes a brief biography of each man. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 32 Folder 32.6]
  • Letter from Richard F. Duncan to LP RE: Asks if LP might suggest a place where he might get the components for a variable negative ion generator. Informs him that he, like LP and AHP, is working towards peace. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 96 Folder 96.19]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Molecular Structure of Hemoglobin - Pauling Stresses Value of Study", unknown author, The Hindu. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n, Folder 1967n.5]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Nobel Prize Winner Blames U.S. for Viet Nam Situation", unknown author, The Hindu. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n, Folder 1967n.7]