CS_00/CS_03. Archives of American Mathematics
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
The papers document W. S. Mahavier’s career in mathematics. They primarily consist of records from his years at Emory University, research files, and records pertaining to R. L. Moore and the Educational Advancement Foundation.
Recordings of Math Medley radio show
The Mathematical Sciences Education Board Records (1984-2000, 2007) document the early years of the board.
Collection consists of unpublished mathematical tables created in support of articles published in Mathematics of Computation, a publication of the American Mathematical Society.
This collection of student notes, reports, and photographs documents the mechanical harmonic synthesizer, later known as the mechanical multiharmonograph, an early analog computer.
Uta Merzbach was a mathmatical historian and the first curator of mathmatical instruments at the Smithsonian. The Uta C. Merzbach papers consist of research notes, publication and manuscript drafts, personal records, correspondence, lectures and notes, travel records, notecards, 48 floppy disks, and two USB flash drives. The bulk of the collection details Uta Merzbach's professional writings and notes.
R. L. Moore (1882-1974), a prominent mathematician, was a professor of mathematics at The University of Texas at Austin for almost 50 years. The R. L. Moore Papers, 1875-1975, consist of correspondence, research notebooks, drafts, teaching material, mathematical notes, printed material, photographs and other material documenting the life and career of Moore.
This collection consists of audiocassette recordings of the interviews, typed transcripts, release forms, and related materials created and collected by the NCTM Oral History Task Force.