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  • Pauling Couture

    Pauling Couture

    [Part of 2 of 4 in a series exploring Linus Pauling’s sense of style. Today’s post features photographs taken during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.]Baby Peter... Read more

    The 19 July 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Winston Churchill’s ‘Marvellous’ Gift to Vivien Leigh

    Winston Churchill’s ‘Marvellous’ Gift Vivien Leigh

    Winston Churchill's 'Marvellous' Gift to Vivien Leigh Sotheby's recently announced a major sale of objects from the Vivien Leigh estate. On September 26,... Read more

    The 17 July 2017 by   Kendrajbean
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  • Clothes Make the Man

    Clothes Make

    [Ed Note: The Pauling Blog becomes a photo blog for the next four weeks as we dig into the 5,500+ images held in the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers. Read more

    The 11 July 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Caravan Club, 1934

    Caravan Club, 1934

    Pride weekend is an appropriate time for a visit to the Caravan Club. Open for just a few months in 1934, this lesbian and gay-friendly basement nightclub bille... Read more

    The 08 July 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • David Pressman

    David Pressman

    , 1937[Part 6 of 6 in our series exploring Linus Pauling’s work on the serological properties of simple substances, and the colleagues who assisted him in this... Read more

    The 05 July 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Target: London

    Target: London

    When V2 rockets were fired at London in the final years of the Second World War, the results were tragic. However, the capital was saved from a further... Read more

    The 05 July 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Carol Ikeda and Miyoshi Ikawa

    Carol Ikeda Miyoshi Ikawa

    Linus Pauling, 1942[Ed Note: Parts 5 and 6 of our series detailing Linus Pauling’s work on the serological properties of simple substances both focus on the... Read more

    The 28 June 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Nifty Surprises

    Nifty Surprises

    -contributed by Arianna Iliff. As a Graduate Student Assistant here at the CCHP, I get to explore our collections for researchers and find resources to assist... Read more

    The 27 June 2017 by   Chp
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  • Tulip Stairs

    Tulip Stairs

    The first geometric, self-supporting spiral staircase in Britain is in the Queen's House, Greenwich. It is 'geometric' because each step supports the stair... Read more

    The 24 June 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • A Master of Many Fields

    Master Many Fields

    Linus and Ava Helen Pauling, Oxford, 1948.[The serological properties of simple substances – part 4 of 6]By the Spring of 1946, having published no fewer than... Read more

    The 21 June 2017 by   Scarc
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