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Overview Hyman Levy had a distinguished career in Great Britain in mathematics, aerodynamics and physics. This collection provides evidence of those professional activities. However, he was also engaged in left-wing activities and Zionist interests from the 1920s to the 1940s. Pamphlets, articles, and some correspondence reflect those concerns as well.
Overview Arthur Pancoe is a philanthropist, mathematician and advocate for environmental and defense issues. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University, receiving his graduate degree in mathematics in 1951. A World War II veteran, he went on to work for both Bear Stearns and Morgan Stanley, specializing in the development and advancement of breakthrough drugs. In 1995 he and his wife Gladys Pancoe established the Pancoe Chair of Mathematics at Northwestern University;...