- Itinerary: 2 PM public lecture on Hemoglobin; dinner given by the Asahi Press in the evening [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.1]
- Letter from Hugh Chock, Chairman, Committee for Judging, Southern California Science Fair, to LP RE: Invites LP to be a member of the judging panel on April 22. Encloses a folder regarding the 1955 Fair. [Letter from LP to Chock March 14, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (C: Correspondence, 1921-1957), #74.23]
- Letters from LP (Tokyo) to Beatrice Wulf, Secretary to LP. [Filed under LP Awards: 1954h2.16]
26 Feb. 1955
We have decided to stay in Tokyo until 11 March, taking PAA 822 then to Los Angeles, arriving 6:30 AM Saturday 12 March. I have written Holmes, asking that he meet us.
I'm very sorry that Carraro had to return to Brazil, and I hope that nothing else untoward has occurred.
Mitzushima [sp?] sends his regards to you - as does also Bongsadadt. Bangkok was fun, but nothing compared with Japan. I am dashing this note to you off before starting out for a Geisha-girl party, being thrown by Asahi (the newspaper that sponsored my public address this afternoon).
Love to Oliver.
The Bookstore has about two hundred copies of Dr. Noyes' "Chemistry of Solutions" on hand, and would be willing to sell any number to you for twenty-five cents each. This looks like a bargain to me.
I have not run across Lipscomb yet; and I shall let you know when I get some news about him.
I extend my congratulations to you on the birth of your little girl.
- Photo: Harvey Itano [?] and Linus Pauling. Speaking to the Asaki Press in Tokyo, a Public Lecture on Health [Sickle Cell Anemia], February 26, 1955. Photographer unknown. Black and white print. [Filed under LP Photo Box: 1955i.20]