Letter from Christian B. Anfinsen to Martha Schlesinger
With this response to Schlesinger, Anfinsen enclosed his introductory remarks for an upcoming conference for the Weizmann
Institute of Science in the Mexican capital and indicated that he would also soon transmit his travel preferences for the
meeting in Mexico City.
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1984-01-24 (January 24, 1984)
Anfinsen, Christian B.
Weizmann Institute of Science. American Committee
Reproduced with permission of Libby Anfinsen.
Speech presented by Christian B. Anfinsen at the Weizmann Institute Board of Governors Conference (March 1984)
Letter from Martha Schlesinger to Christian B. Anfinsen (January 13, 1984)
I enclose my introductory remarks for transmittance to Leon Schidlow in Mexico. I have tried to introduce enough scientific
background relating to genetic engineering and agriculture to tie my remarks in with the establishment of
the chair in photosynthesis that, I gather, will be the highlight of the evening.
Pat Montero mentioned to me, last week, that I should try to get my travel plans to you no later than January 31. As soon
as I have consulted a couple of travel agencies, I will either make reservations or send you the numbers and times of the
planes that my wife and I will be interested in getting on. We had thought of spending a couple of days after the meeting
somewhere on a sunny beach, and I have to determine whether to go east or west. I will get this travel information to you
very shortly. I look forward to receiving the final itinerary.