CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
The Ivor Grattan-Guinness papers consist of research notes, correspondence, books, articles, essays, journals, lecture materials, teaching materials, awards and plaques, mathematical playing cards, photographs, negatives, audiovisual materials, and seminar, conference and concert programs. It is organized into three major series: Professional, Personal, and Audio/Visual.
Robert E. Greenwood (1911-1993) was a mathematics instructor at the University of Texas at Austin for 43 years and worked in the areas of combinatorial analysis, numerical analysis, probability, and computation. Correspondence, notes, and committee records along with subject and research files make up the bulk of this collection.
These papers document mathematician John S. Griffin Jr.'s education and industrial career.
Collection documents the career of Emil Grosswald (1912-1989) in number theory, largely at the University of Pennsylvania (1952-1968) and Temple University (1968-1989).
Collection consists of source materials for the making of the documentary film, “I Want to Be a Mathematician: A Conversation with Paul Halmos.”
Correspondence, notes, lectures, publications, and teaching materials (1915-2006) document the mathematical career of Paul R. Halmos as a teacher, editor of mathematical publications, and as an author and lecturer.
The Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection (1907-2003) consists of approximately 14,000 snapshots of mathematicians, colleagues, friends, family, and animals that chronicle Paul Halmos’s professional and personal life.
George Bruce Halsted (1853-1922) was a mathematician who explored foundations of geometry and introduced Non-Euclidean geometry into the United States through his own work and his many important translations. This collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, printed material, photographs, and publications documenting his life and work.
The Walter Harrington Papers, 1941-1963, document Harrington’s work as a mathematician and involvement in the development of rocket science.
This collection consist of publications and notes documenting the studies, writing, and teaching of mathematics professor Arthur Stafford Hathaway (1855–1934) during his time at Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, and Rose Polytechnic Institute.