"Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure: The Close-Packed Spheron Theory and the Shell Model of Nuclei." Page 1. April 18, 1967
"Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure: The Close-Packed Spheron Theory and the Shell Model of Nuclei." April 18, 1967. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 7 pp.

Activity Listings

  • Letter from Allan Schultz, Princeton University, to LP RE: Requests that he give a talk to the Princeton Ad h\ hoc Committee to Bring About Negotiations In Vietnam while he is visiting Princeton University. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 384 Folder 384.2]
  • Letter from Florence K. Givens [secretary to LP] to Professor F.J. Allen Purdue University Dept. of Chemistry RE: Assures him that LP and AHP are in good health and tells him that they left for New York recently where LP will participate in the Spring Mobilization Against the War in Vietnam. Promises that, although correspondence piled up while they were in India, LP will get to Allen's letter of April 14, 1967 when he gets back from New York. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 5 Folder 5.5]
  • Letter from Jeanne Sollen to AHP, RE: Gives AHP a brief outline of the program on April 29. She writes about managing time between the speakers and the questioners. [Filed under Ava Helen Pauling: Box 1.004, Folder 4. 4]
  • Letter from L. Emmett Holt, M.D., New York University School of Medicine, to Dr. Allan M. Butler RE: Discusses the recent push to add lysine ot bread as it is the amino acid least well represented there. Does not approve of this push as he feels it is very unlikely anyone in the U.S. suffers from a lysine deficiency. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 33 Folder 33.13]
  • Letter from May Korngiebal, Secretary to W. H. Ferry, to Sidney M. Weisman RE: Informs Weisman that his letter has been delivered, but Ferry is in the east so it has been passed on to F. K. Kelly.  In blue ink in the margin is a note to LP from Kelly stating that the clipping sent contains an attack on him as well. [Letter from Sidney M. Weisman to W. H. Ferry April 17, 1967, Letter from LP to William Pfaff Publishing Company and J. J. Loh April 28, 1967] [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Assorted Legal Disputes, 1965-1992: Box 3.060 Folder 60.2]
  • Letter from Mr. F. K. Kelly to LP RE: Forwards a letter between Mrs. May Korngiebel, Secretary to W. H. Perry, and Mr. Sidney M. Weisman. Writes on the top "To LP: Clipping sent by Weisman contains an attack on you. Perhaps you might want to reply to it. F. K. Kelly". [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal Issues: Box 3.060, Folder 60.2]
  • Letter from Robert E. Sproule, The University of Western Ontario, to LP RE: Writes in case LP did not receive his letter of February 28, 1967 in which he invites LP to speak at the University in the Undergraduate Lecture Series. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 384 Folder 384.2]
  • Letter from V.R Damerell to Wilson G. Stapleton Dean of Cleveland-Marshall Law School (cc: LP) RE: States his belief that people are breaking a fundamental law of nature as explained in his article "Is There A Basic Commandment?". Writes that the whole matter should be brought to the attention of the Supreme Court. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 89 Folder 89.2]
  • Letter from William Floyd, Princeton University, to LP RE: Invites him to give a talk to the Princeton University Ad Hoc Committee for Peace in Vietnam while he is visiting. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 384 Folder 384.2]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Ethics Get Brush-Off in Senate", The Gazette and Daily. [Filed under LP Biographical: Political Issues: Box 2.024, Folder 24.26]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "March to Beat of Different Drums", Scottie Lanahan, The Washington Post, RE: The newspaper calls LP "the Nobel-prize-winning atomic scientist. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n, Folder 1967n.56]