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Abstract This series consists of the general files of the Mathematics Department for the period 1913-1955 with the bulk of the records falling between 1936 and 1946. The files are arranged in eleven major subject categories as follows: Correspondence of Departmental Chairman, Sundry Applications and other records pertaining to the availability of jobs, Files pertaining to the departmental Budget, Files of Class “Notes”. These files are primarily administrative in nature and give some insight to the...
Abstract The Mathematics Department personnel files include correspondence, a few reprints, and brief biographical data on teaching assistants, prospective teaching assistants, and a few faculty members. The bulk of the files span from the mid 1950's to the mid 1960's, although a few date from as early as the 1920's. The amount of material in each person's folder varies widely.
Abstract This series consists of Reports of the Department of Mathematics. The reports are publications of continued research performed by Northwestern University professors under National Science Foundation grants. These grants allow professors to continue their research, with the stipulation that results are made public. This series, then, provides a forum for the dissemination of grant-funded research. The reports, the first of which appeared in October 1964, are sequentially numbered, and have been...
Abstract The Meyer Dwass Papers fill 2 boxes and span the years 1953 to 1996. The bulk of the papers consist of his teaching and research notes as well as offprints of his journal publications; a small amount of personal material is included. The papers fall into six subseries: biographical, correspondence, university notes, teaching, research, and publications.
Abstract The Lois W. Griffiths Papers are arranged in three and one-half boxes, date between 1923 and 1981, and are comprised of small amounts of correspondence and materials relating to Griffith's graduate education, as well as teaching files and publications. The teaching files, which comprise the bulk of the papers, contain lecture notes, reading notes, syllabi, schedules, examination questions, and a few student papers. The publications include portions of and supporting documentation relating to...
Abstract Hellinger studied integral equations, infinite systems of equations, real functions, and continued fractions. A type of integral he introduced in his dissertation became known as “the Hellinger integral” and the Hilbert-Hellinger theory of forms in infinitely many variables profoundly influenced mathematical analysis. The Ernst D. Hellinger Papers fill one and one-half boxes and are arranged in two categories: teaching files and publications. These are preceded by one folder of biographical...
- Names: Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Department of Mathematics X