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    Linus Pauling Typed Letter Signed. One page, 8.5" x 11", Palo Alto, California; February 10, 1983. Addressed to Dr. John Lattimer of the Department of Urology at Columbia University on Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine stationery. Pauling thanks Dr. Lattimer for extending his condolences upon the death of his wife and discusses a speech he gave to the Soviet Peace Committee in Moscow the previous December. It reads in part: "...It was an interesting meeting. I was able to give a talk about world peace to the Soviet Peace Committee and some other people, and I heard a fine speech by Soviet leader Andropov. He made a good suggestion about cutting down on militarism, and offered to discuss changes in it, in order to reach agreement. President Reagan rejected it the next day." Signed, "Linus Pauling."

    Condition: Creased bottom left corner. Smoothed folds.


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