- circa 1584
This representation of the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who was greatly revered in the Renaissance era, comes from chapter 25 of the publication Les vrais pourtraits et vies des hommes…
Concerns Coulson's appreciation for Shull's work on the Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange (QCPE) Newsletter.
Concerns Coulson's desire to find a postdoctoral position for a former student, Peter Robinson, in America.
Concerns calculations on space and chemical bonds in a methane molecule.
Postcard with Yemen postage stamp commemorating the inauguration of new World Health Organization offices
Stamp issued by the Yemen Arab Republic depicting Avicenna, red roses, and the new World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva completed in 1966.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning assistance to Japan and European nations to attend a Gordon Research Conference on the topic of non-empirical calculations.
- Author Mulliken, Robert Sanderson
- Addressee Shull, Harrison
- Subject Quantum chemistry, Coulson, C. A. (Charles Alfred), 1910-1974, Mathematicians, Physicists, Boys, Samuel F., Daudel, Raymond, Biochemists, Shull, Harrison, Mulliken, Robert Sanderson, Japan, Pullman, Bernard, Great Britain, Lefebvre-Brion, Hélène, Valence (Theoretical chemistry), Chemists, Gordon Research Conferences, and Nobel Prize winners
Concerns receipt of reprint sent to Coulson by Shull.
Stamp depicts the launch of an Atlas rocket carrying a Mercury single-man spacecraft, Newton, the fabled apple, and a satellite (possibly NASA's first Orbiting Astronomical Observatory launched in 1966).
Depicts Avicenna, a scholar of the Islamic Golden Age.
- after 1979 – before 2000
Depicts Avicenna along with an anatomical sketch in the background.