Letter from Linus Pauling to Don Chamberlain. Page 1. April 10, 1967
Letter from Linus Pauling to Don Chamberlain. April 10, 1967. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

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  • Letter from Frantisek Lebenhard, Editor Czechoslovak Life, to LP RE: Informs him that 2 weeks before his death, the Czeckoslovak chemist Professor Jeroslav Heyrovsky wrote an article for Czechoslovak Life in which he mentioned LP. Asks if LP would like to respond by writing a similar article or message. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 234 Folder 234.1]
  • Letter from LP to Carl E. Munger, Midland School, RE: Informs him that he will be unable to speak at the Friends of the Library as requested in letter dated March 31, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 260 Folder 260.3]
  • Letter from LP to Don Chamberlain. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
    April 10, 1967

    Mr. Don Chamberlain, Manager

    KVIP Radio

    2331 Radio Lane

    Redding, California 96001

    Dear Dr. Chamberlain:

    In answer to your letter, I would say that if you have trouble getting any scientist to debate with Assemblyman Charles J. Conrad about his endorsement of the use of chemical and biological weapons, it is probably because most scientists might consider that Mr. Conrad is not a worthy opponent. I would not be willing to recommend to any scientist that he take time to participate in a debate with Assemblyman Conrad.

    Sincerely yours,
    Linus Pauling

    LP: fkg

  • Letter from LP to Edward T. James, Dictionary of American Biography, RE: Accepts his invitation to help with the evaluation of proposals of names of chemists who died between 1941-1950 as requested March 14, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 97 Folder 97.4]
  • Letter from LP to Gordon N. Ray RE: LP asks for the remaining $30,000 of his Guggenheim Fellowship and explains what it will be used for. Sends, under separate cover, some of his published papers. Apologizes for not serving as a referee in Chemistry and Biochemistry this year due to his trip to India. [Letter from Mathias to LP April 13, 1967] [Filed under LP Science: (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1953-1975), Box 14.015, Folder 15.9] 
  • Letter from LP to Harold Hartley RE: Thanks him for his letter on April 4, 1967 and his willingness to help with the obituary of Debye. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 90 Folder 90.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Alexis Clement, Los Angeles City College, RE: Thanks him for the paper sent March 23, 1967 on War and Youth's Inalienable Rights. Suggests that Clement send his paper to a magazine, perhaps The Churchman. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to Professor Bernd T. Matthias, University of California, RE: Asks his opinion on the possibility of LP writing a book on metals and alloys and whether or not Matthias would be willing to collaborate with LP on the project. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 244 Folder 244.4]
  • Letter from LP to Professor M. Blackman RE: Thanks him for his letter of April 4, 1967 and for his contribution of one of Debye's papers to the memoir. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 90 Folder 90.2]
  • Letter from LP to Stanley Schaefer, W.H. Freeman and Co., RE: Gives a summary of a phone call between the two of them concerning his daughter Kate who has something wrong with her nervous system. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 440 Folder 440.8]
  • Letter from LP to Vicki Knorr RE: Informs her in response to her letter of March 21, 1967 that he was not a part of the atomic bomb project that ended in the dropping of the bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Tells her where to find the Franck Report which was generated by a committee of scientists and recommended that the bombs not be dropped. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 203 Folder 203.1]
  • Letter from Mrs. Eleanor Behling, R.N. Bellin Memorial Hospital to LP RE: Requests that LP send her reprints on his research of Molecular Diseases especially on Sickle Cell Anemia to be used for students in a 3-year program at the Bellin school of nursing. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]
  • Letter from P. D. Boyer, Director of the Molecular Biology Institute, to LP RE: Invites LP to be the first distinguished lecturer for the Distinguished Annual Lectureship. [Filed under LP Speeches: Box 1967s3., Folder 1967s3.11]
  • Note from Florence K. Givens, secretary to LP, to unknown RE: Asks that, as per LP's request, the Basic Package be sent to Monty Chowdrey. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Receipt from First Western Bank to LP and AHP RE: Deposit receipt for $937.50.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box 4.030, Folder 30.2]