"Peace on Earth: The Position of the Scientists." Page 1. May 28, 1967
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Travel: Geneva, Switzerland

Activity Listings

  • Handwritten notes: Geometric Factors in Nuclear Structure. [Filed under LP Research Notebooks: 32R, Folder 1] 
  • Hotel bill: Hotel Intercontinental, Geneva [Filed under LP Travel, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3] 
  • Letter from D. Howard Ady to LP RE: Thanks him for his response and encloses two manuscripts. The first is of an article entitled America's Trojan Mare in Gangtok about a potentially dangerous situation in Sikkim concerning India and it's northern neighbors. The second manuscript entitled David and Goliath in Vietnam . Ady also encloses his wife's "curriculum vitae and cover letter and requests that LP help secure places for Ady and his wife at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 1 Folder 1.4]
  • Letter from Donald Bower to LP RE: Expresses his thoughts on time and humanity. Asks again if LP could speak with him by phone. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 42 Folder 42.1]
  • Letter from Dr. Teresa Ree Choy University of California San Diego to LP RE: Writes saying that she heard that LP would soon be moving to UC San Diego and requests that he consider her for a postdoctoral position. Gives a brief resume. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 78 Folder 78.2]
  • Letter from Hope M. Powell, Dean of Student Personnel at Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, California, to LP RE: Expresses how the students were stimulated by LP's lecture and voted to have the lecture published in a brochure to be distributed locally. [Filed under LP Speeches: Box 1967s2, Folder 1967s2.11]
  • Letter from Istvan Arkus Washington Correspondent for Nepszabadsag to LP RE: Repeats his questions as posed in letter of April 11, 1967 and asks again that LP answer them even if only briefly. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 15 Folder 15.2]
  • Letter from John S. Galbraith to LP RE: Offers an appointment as Visiting Research Chemist, Step V, and nonsalaried Professor of Chemistry in Residence at the University of California, San Diego. ['Filed under LP Biographical: Academia: Box 1.037, Folder 37.3]
  • Letter from Professor Georg Waaler University of Oslo to LP RE: Sends LP his paper on "The Heredity of Color Vision" and asks that he make any editorial changes needed before sending it for publishing. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 447 Folder 447.2]
  • Letter from R.L. Martin Bell Telephone Laboratories to LP RE: Asks permission to reproduce a figure from LP's article "The Nature of the Chemical Bond" for Martin's article " The Nature of the Transition Between high-Spin and Low-Spin Octahedral Complexes of Transition Metals". [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 260 Folder 260.3]
  • Letter from Unknown to Friends RE: Discusses the death of a colleague due perhaps to radiation. Cites statements by LP concerning the danger of radiation. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 447 Folder 447.2]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Anti-U.S. Tone of Confab Blasted", Pasadena Independent: Page 3, RE: Countries call for the U.S. to end the bombing and military action in North Vietnam. LP condemns the murder of hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children in Vietnam. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.12]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Dr. Linus Pauling: Our Apology", Santa Fe Springs - West Whittier Independent - Huntington Park Bulletin - Pico Rivera Times-Post, RE: Apologies to LP for the comments of H. V. Witty in his column "Freedom at Any Price" which made LP seem like a communist. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.13]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "LP: un seul choix la survie ou l'honocauste", La Tribune De Geneve, RE: Written in French. [Filed under LP Speeches: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.11]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "Pacem in Terris Conference Ends on an Anti-American Note", Thomas J. Hamilton, The New York Times, RE: LP expresses the United States is "carrying on a cruel and vicious attack on a poor, small, weak people on the other side of the world". [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.10]
  • Newspaper Clipping: “Dr. Linus Pauling: Our Apology.” Santa Fe Springs, West Whittier Independent, Juntington Park Bulletin, and Pico Rivera Times-Post. One original and five copies. [Letter from Frank C. Aldrich to LP June 7, 1967] [Filed under LP Biographical: Legal: Assorted Legal Disputes, 1965-1992: Box 3.060 Folder 60.2]