Letter from Linus Pauling to I. Ziferstein. Page 1. March 13, 1967
Letter from Linus Pauling to I. Ziferstein. March 13, 1967. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

Activity Listings

  • Bank Book Entry: Cash (Center). $100.00.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box 4.030, Folder 30.2]
  • Correspondence: Department of State, RE: LP is noted as a lecturer at Expo 67. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.030, Folder 30.2]
  • Letter from Dale E. Hanst to LP RE: O'Daniels v. Pauling; Pearl Jordan matter. Informs LP and AHP of their required presence at trial and of a billing statement that needs to be paid. [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal Issues: Box 3.024, Folder 24.4]
  • Letter from Edward T. James Dictionary of American Biography to LP RE: Requests that he give them some advice on the chemists who ought to be included in a supplement of individuals who died between 1941-1950. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 97 Folder 97.4]
  • Letter from LP to Ann Bresak Chemistry RE: Gives his permission to reproduce a figure from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences as requested in letter March 8, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Milton Leitenberg Committee for Nuclear Information RE: Asks for a statement about points that should be discussed by LP in a planned rebuttal of an article by Dr. Wigner in Industrial Research . [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 234 Folder 234.1]
  • Letter from LP to Ferris Stout Research Corporation RE: Requests some more detailed information on the method and success of freeze-branding. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 384 Folder 384.2]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Stanley Schaefer, RE: Tells Schaefer that he was asked to revise a piece he wrote for PLAYBOY about expected progress in chemistry and molecular biology. Also, he was told by Barclay that some stereoscopic drawings are made by a computer at Brookhaven and wants to find out whether it might be possible to arrange to have drawings for General Chemistry made there. [Typescripts and manuscript for PLAYBOY: Fifty Years of Progress in Structual Chemistry and Molecular Biology, 0, 1969] [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: Box# 1969a, Folder# 1969a.8]
  • Letter from LP to Professor E. U. Condon RE: Thanks him for the copy of the letter Condon sent to Birge January 9, 1967 and informs him that he has asked Birge to send him a copy of the history of the physics department so that LP might read it for himself. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Lynn Hoard Cornell University RE: Tells him about his and AHP's trip to India. [Response to letter March 9, 1967]. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 159 Folder 159.10]
  • Letter from LP to Professor R.T. Birge Dept. Physics University of California RE: Enquires where he might find a copy of Professor Birge's book on the history of the Physics department at University of California. Encloses a report about physical chemistry in the California Institute of Technology. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 27 Folder 27.19]
  • Letter from LP to Professor V.R. Damerell Morely Chemical Laboratories RE: Responds to Damerell's letter from February 27, 1967. Suggests that their difference of opinion results from a different use of words. Asks him to write back and define his argument more clearly. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 89 File #89.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Walter J. Moore Indiana University RE: Agrees to Professor Moore's request to act as a reference for an application to a N.I.H. Fellowship as requested in letter dated March 10, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 248 Folder 248.14]
  • Letter from LP to Robert L. Casebeer Project Prometheus RE: Writes to tell him that he has to decline the invitation sent February 13, 1967 to speak at Southern Oregon College. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to The Earl Bertrand Russell RE: Declines Russell's request of LP to join an investigating committee for the International War Crimes Tribunal as invited in letter dated March 6, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 337 Folder 337.10]
  • Letter from Paul H Emmett to Dr. Stephen Brunauer Department of Chemistry Clarkson College of Technology RE: Thanks him for the copies of the material submitted to the Nobel Committee by Dr. Rasouk. Agrees to send a copy to Professor Parr. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 32 Folder 32. 6]
  • Letter from Paul Saltman, Professor at University of Southern California, to LP RE: Writes to encourage LP to join the faculty at University of California at San Diego. [Filed under LP Personal Safe: Box Drawer 2, Folder 2.006]
  • Telegram from Count Lennart Bernadotte to LP RE: Invites him to participate in the Lindau Nobel Conference. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]