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

Activity Listings

  • Bank Book Entry: Phillips Nizer.  “Remainder of $10,000 for appealing Pauling to Buckley et al.” $8,500.00.  [Filed under LP Biographical: Business and Financial: Box 4.030, Folder 30.2]
  • Hotel bill: Hotel Intercontinental, Geneva [Filed under LP Travel, Box 1.004, Folder 4.3] 
  • Letter from David C Niklaus Assistant to Senator Thomas H. Kuchel RE: Responds to LP's letter of May 19, 1967 in which he expressed his concern about being unable to receive security clearance to give a lecture at the Veterans Administration Hospital. Promises more detail at a later date. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 64 Folder 64.9]]
  • Letter from Minos D. Generales Institute on World Affairs to LP RE: Invites him to participate in a conference at the Institute on World Affairs. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 143 Folder 143.2]
  • Letter from Warren L Butler University of California San Diego to LP RE: Sends his regrets that no one at the University has a need for a product chemist and so returns the material on Dr. Ray to LP. [Filed under LP Correspondence Box 64 Folder 64.6]
  • Newspaper Clipping: "LP ou L'angoisse des hommes de science", Journal de Geneve, RE: Written in French. [Filed under LP Newspaper Clippings: Box 1967n2, Folder 1967n2.14]
  • Package from Dr. H Lehmann, M.R.C. Abnormal Haemoglobin Unit, University of Cambridge to LP RE: Lehmann sends LP a package containing many of his, and his colleagues,  publications on hemoglobin.  LP has marked the envelop with “Hb” indicating that the article needed to be inserted into the hemoglobin section of his vertical file. [Filed under LP Science: (Non-Pauling Reprints re: Hemoglobin research, 1960s-1980s), Box 6.011, Folder 11.1]