I am going to Japan in October. In many ways I would of course think of stopping of [sic] at your place on the way. The
National Science Found can't cover all the expenses. I will therefore have to think of giving lectures on the way to
earn a couple of hundred extra dollars. After all I can't use Barbara's vacation money without taking her with me.
She is in Woods Hole now taking Sussman's course in Shine molds. I may go to School of Biology, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Bill McElroy has offered me a senior professorship. I am seriously thinking of going. I think a lot of Bill McElroy and
the whole quality of the school which he is building up.
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Kurahashi is now visiting Scientist with Hayaishi. We miss him but we see each other often. Right now I am studying Buddhist
architecture in Japan. He gave me some books on the topic. JK is captivating. I also enjoyed reading Frank Lloyd Wright
again. I must see his church in Wisconsin if I come in the fall.
We have often be [sic] talking about 'Gal 3' and I like to discuss it with you if I come this fall. Kiyoshi would
like to come back to us or to Hopkins (I'll put pressure on McElroy). I like to see him do it or at least part of it.
Discussing with George Cohen I have become relatively optimistic again that something decisive biochemically speaking might
be demonstrated with this mutant, provided you still think that it is remarkable from a genetic point of view. Give us one
day some temperature mutants of gal-, isolated ad modum Lederberg.
Huguette Szulmajshi's[?] yeast structures have given very interesting results too with respect to induction of this array
of enzymes. I'll send you manuscripts very soon. It is a pleasure to have George Cohen here, great as a person and as