CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, publications, notes and printed materials document the career of Lawrence Biedenharn (1922-1996) at Duke University and University of Texas, including his monographs, articles, and conference talks.
Interviews with mathematician R. H. Bing conducted by Michael Starbird and Suji Singh at Southwest Texas State in 1984.
Papers document the career of R. H. Bing (1914-1986) in geometric topology, largely as Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin (1973-1986). Included are correspondence, research and lecture notes, drafts of publications, teaching material, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, preprints, and reprints.
James Brewer (1942-2006) was a notable mathematician in the field of communtative algebra. Papers include handwritten and typed correspondence and printed emails received by James Brewer from 1968 to 2003.
Dr. Richard Hubert Bruck received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Toronto in 1940 and continued his career as a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, serving as advisor to 31 students. These papers include research notes, correspondence, lecture notes and other material primarily covering the Burnside problem and its relatives or finite geometries.
Stewart S. Cairns (1904-1982) was a notable mathematician who worked chiefly in the fields of geometry and topology. The collection consists of a transcribed lecture delivered by Cairns for a departmental meeting of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Mathematics on August 30, 1979.
The California Mathematics Council Community Colleges Records (1974-2009) include textbook directories, newsletters, and conference documentation.
Elliott Ward Cheney was a professor of mathematics at Iowa State University and the University of California Los Angeles before joining the Department of Mathematics at The University of Texas at Austin in 1964 where he taught until his retirement in the Spring of 2005. Correspondence, course notes, and lecture files make up the bulk of this collection.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, and publications document William G. Chinn’s interactions with and functions in several American mathematical organizations including the Mathematical Association of America, the School Mathematics Study Group, and the United States Commission on Mathematical Instruction (1959-1995).
Reprints, galley proofs, and curriculum vita of Clark M. Cleveland (1892-1969) reflecting his interests in point-set topology.