CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of the correspondence, research material, personal documents of F. Burton Jones (1910-1999), as well as books and reprints by other mathematicians that he collected during his career.
Records concerning the Mathematical Association of America Committee on Instructional Films (1955-1958) and Committee on Educational Media (1966-1968), and the NRC Film Evaluation Board and Divisional Committee on Mathematical Films and Television (1957-1958).
Carol Karp (1926-1972) was a professor of mathematics known primarily for her contributions to the foundations of mathematics and logic. The collection consists of correspondence, drafts, printed material, grant proposals, and teaching materials related to Karp’s work on infinite languages and recursion theory at the University of Maryland (1958-1972).
The collection consists of a book manuscript in two volumes about Bernard Bruno Kinsey. The book is a compilation of remembrances of Kinsey and copies of his papers.
The Joseph B. Kruskal Papers, 1926-2003, document Kruskal’s professional career as a mathematician and statistician. Materials include correspondence, notes, printed material, film, and other material.
This collection documents the research and teaching of Ralph E. Lane (1911-1962) at the University of Texas at Austin Department of Mathematics and Military Physics Research Laboratory.
George Lenchner founded the Math Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS) in 1978. Correspondence, lectures, notes, and publications document George Lenchner's career as a teacher and administrator in the Valley Stream Central School District (1953-1983).
R. G. Lubben (1898-1980) was R. L. Moore's second doctoral student at The University of Texas at Austin. After graduating, he remained at UT for his entire career. Records of Lubben's teaching form the largest part of his papers, including files of course outlines, teaching notes, and examinations for several courses.
Mathematician Saunders Mac Lane (1909-) was a co-creator of category theory and also worked with homological algebra and the categorical foundations of mathematics. This collection consists of correspondence, agendas, minutes and reports related to Saunders Mac Lane's presidency (1973-1974) of the American Mathematical Society and his work with the Joint Projects Committee for Mathematics.
Alexander Macfarlane (1851-1913), a Scottish-born professor of mathematics and physics, was a faculty member of the Department of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin from 1885-1894. The collection consists of color reprints of published articles, unpublished essays, and cataloging records.