- Letter from Barbara J. Boudreaux to California Institute of Technology RE: has recently received word from friends in Germany who have read of their recent successful experimental treatments of angina pectoris with the drug Betasyamin. Asks how they can get ahold of this new drug for a patient in their family. [Letter of reply from LP to Ms. Boudreaux July 21, 1952] [Filed under B: Correspondence 1952, Box #37, Folder #19]
- Letter from D.P. Riley to LP, RE: Riley hopes that LP will be able to make it to Paris for the International Congress on Biochemistry. If LP is going to be in London at all during August or September, Riley suggests that he visit Dr. Arndt who will be working on the R.I. [LP’s letter June 23, 1952] [Filed under LP Speeches: (Speeches by Linus Pauling, 1952), Box 1952s, Folder 1952s.9]
- Letter from Ernest M. Allen, NIH to LP RE: Funds are now available for the research grant that has been awarded. [Related document from NIH to LP February 21, 1952]. [Filed under LP Science: Box 14.041, Folder 41.2].
- Letter from LP to Dr. Joseph E. Mayer RE: thanks him for his letter of July 1, 1952. Writes that he is sorry to Fermi that the letter regarding McCarran that he signed in confidentiality was published. Is disappointed that he most likely will not be able to attend the Faraday Society meeting on proteins in Europe due to passport issues. [Letter from LP to Professor Joseph E. Mayer June 16, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #244, Folder #8 (Mayer, Joseph)].
- Letter from LP to Mr. Dewey B. Larson RE: writes in response to Mr. Larson's letter, that he is interested to know more about his theories on fundamental scientific problems. Writes that Caltech might be interested in collaborating with him if they decide that his theories have some merit. Suggests that Mr. Larson send some copies of his calculations on compressibility for him to look over. [Letter from Mr. Larson to LP June 28, 1952, letter from Mr. Larson to LP July 19, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #212, Folder #12 (Larson, Dewey)].
- Letter from LP to Professor Enrico Fermi of the Institute for Nuclear Studies at the University of Chicago RE: acknowledges that Dr. Fermi signed a letter to the Secretary of the State on the grounds that it not be published. Apologizes that in fact, the letter has been published. [previous letter related letter from LP to Dr. Enrico Fermi June 16, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #119, Folder #4].
- Letter from LP to W.H. Freeman RE: LP is glad to hear that the old plates of General Chemistry will not be used in the new edition. He also states that it would be wise to have the design different from that of College Chemistry. He also asks various questions about past printings of General Chemistry. [Reply from Freeman to LP July 11, 1952]. [Filed under LP Books: Box 1953b, Folder 1953b.1].
- Letter from LP to W.H. Freeman, W.H. Freeman and Co., RE: LP is glad to hear that new plates will be used for the new edition of General Chemistry. He thinks it might be wise to design it so that it looks different from College Chemistry. He asks Freeman for two more copies of General Chemistry so that he might make a new, accurate copy of the manuscript, in case anything should happen to the first copy. He is still considering Hasting's suggestion that the book might be used for advanced inorganic chemistry, and thinks he might put something in the preface about it. [Filed under LP Books, 1953b.1]
- Letter from Prof. I. M. Kolthoff to LP RE: writes about when he will be in London and Holland and gives his Holland address. Hopes that the State Dept. will approve of his upcoming travels to Oxford for the National Research Council meeting. Hopes LP and AHP are issued passports. [Letter from LP to Prof. Kolthoff July 2, 1952, letter from Prof. Kolthoff to LP July 10, 1952] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #199, Folder #8].
- Letter from Prof. Nowotny to LP RE: writes to LP thanking him for his letter and agreeing with LP's objection concerning the nomenclature of intermetallic phases. Goes on to explain why he used this nomenclature in his article. [Letter from LP to Prof. Nowotny May 1, 1952] [Filed under N: Correspondence 1952, Box #287, Folder #19]
- Pauling Scrapbook: Chemical and Engineering News article entitled "Great Advances Predicted in Elucidating Protein Structure" RE: refers to LP's statements at the 26th National Colloid Symposium. Says Pauling discussed polypeptide chains and protein structure. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box 6.006, Folder 6.27]