CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
The papers consist of six of Hedlund’s spiral-bound notebooks, written from 1942 to 1945
The collection consists of two reprints by M. B. Porter on the topic of analysis that were part of E. R. Hedrick's library.
Papers relate to Eduard Helly's (1884-1943) research in functional analysis and his imprisonment in Siberia during World War I.
This collection consists of the mathematics course notes taken by David Henderson while a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, ca. 1961-1964.
Collection consists of tapes and transcripts of an oral history interview of Melvin Henriksen.
The Stephen Hoffman Papers document Hoffman’s career as a mathematician, particularly as a graduate student at Yale in the early 1950s.
These volumes contain a handwritten record of the weekly topology seminars held at the University of Houston and Wayne State University.
The William Howard Oral History Collection (1973, 1990-2003) is comprised of materials from a series of oral history interviews of William Howard, conducted by Amy Shell-Gellasch, one of his students.
The International Linear Algebra Society Records (1988-2011) document the organization’s major activities and administrative operations. Materials include newsletters, promotional material, correspondence, legal documents, and photos.
The James (Thomas) Arithmetic Book consists of a handwritten arithmetic text by Thomas James.