CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, reports, minutes, and drafts document Lincoln K. Durst’s activities as a member of the Mathematical Association of America’s Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics and the School Mathematics Study Group.
Collection documents the career of W.F. Eberlein (1917-1986) through papers consisting largely of research notes and drafts of published and unpublished articles.
The Paul Erdős-Carl Pomerance Correspondence Collection (1974-1995) consists of approximately 435 letters between the two mathematicians written over the course of 20 years.
Correspondence, class notes, teaching guides, proceedings created by mathematical descendants of H. J. Ettlinger.
Collection documents the career of Hyman Joseph Ettlinger (1889-1986) from his doctoral studies at Harvard University (1910-1913) through his career at the University of Texas at Austin. Material includes correspondence, student notes, teaching notes, mimeographed lecture notes, drafts of publications, technical reports, clippings, reprints, and photographs.
This collection consists of two 8" X 12" color prints taken by Benny Springer in Professor H. J. Ettlinger's Benedict Hall office on The University of Texas at Austin campus in September 1963.
Walter Feit, 1930-2004, was a pure mathematician who contributed to algebra, geometry, topology, number theory and logic and was co-author of one of the most influential papers ever written on finite group theory, “Solvability of Groups of Odd Order.” Correspondence and other printed material, including preprints, reprints and manuscripts, make up the bulk of this collection.
Interviews of prominent mathematicians in the field of finite simple group theory, conducted and recorded by Joseph Gallian.
Fuller was an inventor of cash registers and business machines. These papers document his career and family history.
The Leonard Gillman Papers document Gillman’s professional and personal life, including his career as a mathematician and professor and his involvement in mathematical organizations. Correspondence, notes, and clippings make up the bulk of the collection.