Letter from Linus Pauling to Don Chamberlain. Page 1. April 10, 1967
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Activity Listings

  • Bank Book Entry: Cash (Center). $100.00.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box 4.030, Folder 30.2]
  • Letter from Americo Balassa Institute of Technological Investigations to LP RE: Poses several questions about the chemical make up of wool and it's ability to shrink and be elastic. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]
  • Letter from Carlton Midyette and Dan McNeill to LP RE: Ask LP questions on valence theory which, as they explain, was briefly covered in their freshman chemistry class but about which they would like to learn more. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 260 Folder 260.3]
  • Letter from Catherine Ward American Chemical Society News Service to LP RE: Sends LP a copy of Men and Molecules as per the request of the author, John Henahan. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 170 Folder 170.1]
  • Letter from Dr. Max Unger Veteran's Administration Hospital to LP RE: Invites LP to speak at the Hospital to the medical staff and researchers. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 421 Folder 421.25]
  • Letter from Edward Keating Spring Mobilization Committee to LP RE: Requests that LP send greetings to the rally to be held at Kezar Stadium. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 203 Folder 203.1]
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens to Mr. B. Timothy Walsh, Secretary of The Chemistry Club at Princeton University, RE: Sends LP's thanks for making reservations for him and AHP at the Nassau Inn and says LP and AHP will by happy to have dinner with Walsh and his eating club on Wednesday, April 19, 1967. [Filed under LP Speeches: Box 1967s2, Folder 1967s2.7]
  • Letter from J.R. Webster Consolidated Olive Growers to LP RE: Writes to inquire what the latest updated edition of LP's book College Chemistry is as his is getting a bit outdated. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 447 Folder 447.2]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. David K. Carlisle Central State University RE: Sends his regrets that he will be unable to attend the planned dedication ceremonies of the University's new science hall as requested April 7, 1967. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from LP to Mr. Eason Monroe, member of ACLU, RE: Writes a complaint of having received a letter from ACLU with a representation of his signature on it after he had spoken with a lady from ACLU about not wanting any letters to be sent out with his signature. Expresses his thoughts of not wanting to support an unethical organization. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.046, Folder 46.1]
  • Letter from Unknown to LP RE: Informs him that they feel they can help LP develop a world in which disease and the probability of war can be controlled. Asks LP to meet them at the Cambridge Quaker Meeting house in Cambridge, Boston and gives specific instructions for where he's to sit and that he's to wait until no one is in the room with him and that then they will meet. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 421 Folder 421.25]
  • Letter from Victor J. Danilov, Executive Editor of Industrial Research to LP RE: Comments on the organization of the letter. Informs that a copy of Dr. Wigner's article will be sent as soon as possible. Tells LP galley proofs of the article should arrive by the end of the month and the articles will appear in the June issue. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Articles: Box 1967a, Folder 1967a.1]