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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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  • Vivien Leigh: Actress and Icon

    Vivien Leigh: Actress Icon

    Excellent news! Remember about a year ago when I put up a fan survey as part of my research for a chapter in an upcoming Vivien Leigh compilation book? Well,... Read more

    The 19 June 2017 by   Kendrajbean
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  • A Period of Rapid Advancement in Pauling’s Immunological Work

    Period Rapid Advancement Pauling’s Immunological Work

    Dan Campbell and Linus Pauling in a Caltech laboratory, 1943.[Part 3 of 6 in a series investigating Pauling’s work on the serological properties of simple... Read more

    The 14 June 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Whitgift Almshouses, Croydon

    Whitgift Almshouses, Croydon

    Incongruously ancient amidst the trams and chain stores, Whitgift Almshouses are an intriguing feature of central Croydon. The annual Heritage Festival offers... Read more

    The 07 June 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Analyzing Precipitation Reactions Between Simple Substances

    Analyzing Precipitation Reactions Between Simple Substances

    Linus Pauling, 1942[Part 2 of 6 in a series investigating Pauling’s work on the serological properties of simple substances.]The first four papers published by... Read more

    The 07 June 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Do You Have These Psychology Games?

    Have These Psychology Games?

    In 1968, Joe South sang “Oh the games people play now.  Every night and every day now.  Never meaning what they say now.  Never saying what they mean. Read more

    The 05 June 2017 by   Chp
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  • The Serological Properties of Simple Substances

    Serological Properties Simple Substances

    Linus Pauling, 1935[Part 1 of 6]Today, Linus Pauling is most commonly known for unraveling the chemical bond, working for peace, and promoting vitamin C. Read more

    The 31 May 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Croydon Arts and Crafts

    Croydon Arts Crafts

    Tucked opposite the better-known Fairfield Halls is one of Croydon's most interesting buildings, the Adult School Hall. This functional, and rather lovely, piec... Read more

    The 28 May 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Croydon Heritage: Aviation, Education, Inspiration!

    Croydon Heritage: Aviation, Education, Inspiration!

    Croydon isn't thought of as a heritage destination, but its annual Festival highlights the amazing history to be found there. As this year's festival approaches... Read more

    The 25 May 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Stories from the Stacks Vol. 2: “Unidentified”

    Stories from Stacks Vol. “Unidentified”

    Contributed by Stacy Young, University of Akron student/CCHP Student Assistant.CCHP: What led you to us?SY: I previously attended the Museums and Archives... Read more

    The 25 May 2017 by   Chp
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