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Biographical Note

Biographical/Historical note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Biographical Sources

Description of Series

Series I: Correspondence, 1924-1982

Series II: Scholarly Works, 1923-1982

Series III: Teaching Materials and Notebooks

Series IV: Personal Documentation, 1914-1981

Series V: Printed Material, 1925-1979

Series VI: Oversize

Index of Correspondents: (1st A-Z, To Bochner ; 2nd A-Z, From Bochner) -- see Series I: Correspondence for Box and Folder #s.

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Salomon Chaim Bochner Papers, 1914-1982 MS 357



creator Bochner, S. (Salomon), 1899-1982
Title: Salomon Chaim Bochner papers
Dates: 1914-1982, Bulk dates 1968-1981
Abstract: Correspondence and manuscripts of writings relating to Bochner's scholarly works chiefly written during his years at Princeton (1933-1968) and at Rice University (1968-1982); financial and legal papers; and off-prints (36 cubic ft.) closely related to his work. Papers reflecting the Princeton years treat mainly his work in harmonic analysis, Fourier series, functions of several complex variables, and probability theory; those for the latter period at Rice concern the history and philosophy of science. Correspondents include many distinguished scholars of the 20th century.
Identification: MS 357
Quantity: 21.0 linear ft. (21 boxes)
General Physical Description note 21 cubic feet (21 boxes)
Language:
Repository: Woodson Research Center

Biographical Note

Salomon Chaim Bochner, a mathematician, historian, and teacher of international fame, was born on 20 August 1899 in the small town of Podgorzu, Austria-Hungary, now in Poland. His early schooling included grammar school and attendance at the Academia w Krakowie. Reputedly, he had already mastered the calculus by age 13, and completed his first original research in his fifteenth year. In 1915 he moved to Berlin to attend the Konigstadtisch Oberrealschule until he was conscripted into the Austro-Hungarian army in May 1917.

In the army Bochner received medical training at a military school near Vienna, and eventually obtained the rank of corporal in the medical corps. He was stationed at Feldpost # 3, a military hospital, until November of 1918. Soon thereafter he matriculated at the University of Berlin where he studied mathematics for three years. He received the D.Phil. on 8 April 1921, his examiners being Max Planck, Ehrhardt Schmidt, Issai Schur and Alois Riehl.

Directly after receiving his degree, Bochner was employed as a volunteer in the Cuten and Syman Banking House in Berlin, but left at the end of the year to "do other things". Exactly what he did for most of the next three years is unknown. In 1925, however, he was awarded an International Education Board Fellowship, which brought him to Copenhagen to study with Harald Bohr and to Oxford and Cambridge to work with G.H. Hardy and J.E. Littlewood. In 1927 Bochner accepted a position as a Lecturer in the Mathematics Department of the University of Munich. His colleagues there included several well-known mathematicians, among them C. Caratheodory, O. Perron, H. Tietre, and H. Hartogs.

Bochner made his debut as a young scholar in the 1920s in an incident involving the Danish mathematician, Harald Bohr, the brother of the well-known physicist, Niels Bohr. Inspired on the one hand by the analytic number theory of Bernhard Riemann and on the other by the celestial mechanics of Lagrange and the later astronomers, Bohl and Esclangon, Bohr had developed a general theory of a phenomenon which he named "almost periodicity" and which was described in brief announcements published in 1923. On reading such exciting news, Bochner lacked the patience to wait for the publication of the detailed proofs and simply worked it out himself. Upon learning of the young man's work a month later, Bohr invited Bochner to visit him in Copenhagen. They soon discovered that Bochner had achieved Bohr's result by means of a highly original and parallel approach, entirely different from that of Bohr. Moreover, the Bochner approach was the one that would stand the test of time, being the basis for future generalizations of Bohr's theory.

Notoriety at such an early age led Bochner onto his life-long study of harmonic analysis, starting in 1932 with the now classical treatise, "Lectures on the Fourier Integral". This work laid out the seeds of what was later to be called the theory of distributions and set forth his most famous theorem, actually known as the "Bochner Theorem". In the later development of abstract Fourier analysis, the Bochner theorem became the cornerstone of the theory of distributions.

As a Jew, Bochner evidently decided that the growing tide of Nazism in Germany left him with no other choice than to seek a new life elsewhere. Accordingly, after a six-month stay in Cambridge, England, he joined the Princeton University faculty in 1933, and served as an assistant, associate, and full professor of mathematics until 1968. During that period Bochner held other professional positions. He was a temporary member of the Institute for Advanced Study of Princeton University. He spent one year as a visiting professor at Harvard University and another at the University of California, Berkeley. He was a consultant at the Los Alamos Project and for the Air Research and Development Command. In 1968 Bochner retired from Princeton University and accepted Rice University's offer of the Edgar Odell Lovett Chair in Mathematics. He subsequently became the chairman of the Mathematics Department.

Although Bochner was most devoted to his work and study, he nonetheless led a very active personal life that involved much correspondence and travel. In November 1937 he married Naomi Weinberg of Brooklyn, New York. They went on a three-month honeymoon trip the following year to Holland, France, and Great Britain. One daughter, Deborah, was born to them. His father, Joseph Bochner, became ill in 1935 and died soon thereafter. Upon his father's death, his mother, Ruda Bochner, moved to London to live with his sister, Fannie Rabinowicz. He maintained close ties with his family throughout his life.

During those early years at Princeton, Bochner was extremely preoccupied with pure mathematical theory and proved to be a provocative and prolific writer. His research was original and pioneering. He was a forerunner in the theory of the so-called Schwartz distributions in that he introduced generalized Fourier transforms for functions that do not grow faster at infinity than a power of x. Also, he was the first to introduce, in 1936, the much-studied process of spherical summability of multiple Fourier series; and by a nonobvious construction, he showed that Riemann's classical localization property in one dimension does not have the "expected" analog in two dimensions.

In the field of several complex variables, Bochner's achievements were very significant and spanned a broad horizon, especially in their interaction with other areas of mathematics. In 1938 he proved that the envelope of holomorphy of a tube is again a tube, the basis of the envelope tube being the convex closure of the basis of the original tube. In 1943 he used the "Bochner-Martinelli kernel" to prove Hartog's key theorem that, for a bounded domain with a connected boundary, a holomorphic function on the boundary has a continuation into the entire interior of the domain. The "Bochner-Montgomery Theorem", published in 1946, maintains that, on a compact complex manifold, the Lie group of holomorphic automorphism is a complex Lie group. Bochner created, for real and complex manifolds, the topic of "curvature and Betti numbers", a title under which he published a book with Kentaro Yano in 1953. Finally, the crowning honor in this field came in 1967 with the fifth printing of "Several Complex Variables", originally published in 1947.

In probability theory, Bochner constructed, analyzed, and introduced in 1946 the Fourier transform of a rather general type of stochastic process, randomizing not point functions, but additive set functions, and obtaining not only differential space but other homogeneous processes. In this area of study Bochner's "Harmonic Analysis and the Theory of Probability" became a standard work. Finally, a belated honor arrived in 1977, when it became generally known that Zorn's lemma of 1933 had been fully published and applied by Bochner in 1926.

In the period from 1950 to 1965, Bochner published at least eighty mathematical articles, most being elaborations of the enormous body of his earlier ideas. Afterwards, however, he turned almost exclusively to the history and philosophy of science. In his later years, Bochner wrote books and articles on the role of the concepts of space, infinity, real numbers, functions, and continuity in major junctures and upheavals in the rise of Western mathematics, such as the decline of Greek mathematics in its own phase, the sudden emergence of analysis in the late Renaissance, and a subtle but very tangible change of style in mathematics in the transition from the eighteenth to the nineteenth century. His "The Role of Mathematics in the Rise of Science", perhaps his most famous book, was published in 1966 and soon thereafter translated into many languages. Indeed, a very large proportion of the working papers in this collection deal with the history of science.

Salomon Bochner died in Houston, Texas on 2 May 1982, eleven years after the death of his beloved wife, Naomi. His life began at the turn of the century and his work influenced and sowed seeds of ideas in his students and colleagues that will continue to be important long after his death and beyond the turn of the next century.

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Biographical/Historical note

1899: Born on 20 August in Podgorzu, Kracow, Austria-Hungary.
1906: Began Grammar School, Kracow.
1913:
1914: Graduated from the Akademia Handlowa w Krakowie on 10 December.
1915: In February began to attend the Konigstadtische Oberrealschule in Berlin, Prussia.
1917:
1918:
1921:
1922:
1925: Became International Education Board Fellow and studied with Harald Bohr in Copenhagen and with G.H. Hardy and J. E. Littlewood at Oxford and Cambridge.
1927: Accepted position as a Lecturer, University of Munich.
1933:
1934:
1935: Visited Germany for two months, from July to September, to pay his respects to his father, who was incurably ill.
1936: Visited mother in Great Britain for three months, from July to September.
1937: Married Naomi Weinberg in November.
1938: Made three-month honeymoon trip in July to Holland, France, and Great Britain.
1939: Promoted to Associate Professor, Princeton University.
1945: Gained membership in the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University.
1946:
1950: Elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
1951: Served as a Consultant, Los Alamos Project, Princeton University.
1952:
1957: Elected Vice President of the American Mathematical Society.
1958: Chosen as a Delegate to the International Congress of Mathematicians.
1959: Awarded Henry Burchard Fine Chair of Mathematics, Princeton University.
1968:
1969:
1971:
1973: Served as an editor of the "Dictionary of the History of Ideas".
1979: Awarded the Leroy P. Steele Prize of the American Mathematical Society on 25 January.
1982: Salomon Bochner died in Houston, Texas, on 2 May.

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Scope and Contents

The papers of the American mathematician, historian of science, and teacher, Salomon Bochner, begin with his career in Germany, receiving a D.Phil from the University of Berlin and teaching mathematics at the University of Munich. At an early age he established a considerable reputation in Europe for his work in harmonic analysis. In 1933 he joined the mathematics faculty of Princeton University, where he remained until 1968. Although he continued his work in harmonic analysis while at Princeton, he also achieved much fame in the fields of several complex variables, probability theory, and in the history and philosophy of science. His last years were spent as the Edgar Odell Lovett Professor of Mathematics at Rice University. Even though he continued to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics at Rice, his scholarly work there was principally historical.

The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts produced in the preparation of articles, books and lectures, financial and legal documents, and printed material in the form of off-prints and books. Bochner's correspondents included many of the most distinguished scholars of the twentieth century. Their letters complement the scholarly works found in the collection, and both series reflect the profundity and breadth of Bochner's ideas and interests and the influence he exerted in the realm of mathematics and history.

Salomon Bochner's papers were donated to Rice University and placed in Fondren Library's Woodson Research Center in 1982 by his daughter, Deborah Bochner Kennel. On 11 May she donated five record storage boxes from his home in Houston, and she arranged to have sent on 12 October an additional thirty-four boxes from the Mathematics Department of Princeton University. Along with the manuscripts came a great number of books. Only those books which were either written by Bochner or annotated by him have been retained with the papers. The remainder were given to the Fondren Library to be distributed among its regular collections.

Roughly half of the collection consists of correspondence and the manuscripts produced in preparation for a tremendous number of scholarly works. These two sections correspond with each other chronologically in that the bulk of the material in each falls between 1968 and 1981, the years Bochner spent at Rice University. The rest of the collection is less significant but potentially useful. The financial and legal manuscripts provide some detail on the practical affairs of an American academic, and the thirty-six cubic feet of off-prints, which make up part of the collection, reflect Bochner's varied scholarly interests and may prove useful to the researcher when references to such works appear in the manuscripts.

The collection as received was almost completely unorganized, and a chronological or an alphabetical arrangement was used according to the nature of the various categories that emerged during processing. The number of items in each box and file is given in brackets. Separate descriptions for each series precede its inventory.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from Salomon Chaim Bochner papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Organizations)
Princeton University.
Subjects
Faculty
Fourier series
Functions of several complex variables
Harmonic analysis
Mathematics
Probabilities
Science
Universities and colleges
Places
New Jersey
Princeton University
Texas
Texas--Houston

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Administrative Information

Preffered Citation

Salomon Chaim Bochner papers, 1914-1982, MS 357, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Acquisition Information

The papers of S.C. Bochner were donated to the Woodson Research Center by Bochner's daughter, Deborah Bochner Kennel on May 11, 1982

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Biographical Sources

The following works provide some biographical information on Bochner's life and work. The years of the editions in which Bochner is included as one of the entries appear in parentheses after each citation. Page numbers were omitted because the entries in each work are in alphabetical order. American Men and Women of Science. New York: R. K. Bowler Co. (1976).The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London: St. Martin's Press (1976).Contemporary Authors. Detroit: Gale Research Co. (1979).The International Who's Who. London: Europa Publications, Ltd. (1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983).McGraw-Hill Modern Scientists and Engineers. New York: McGraw-Hill (1980).Who's Who in America. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, Inc. (1974, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982).Who's Who in American Jewry. Incorporating "The Directory of American Jewish Institutions." Los Angeles: Standard Who's Who (1980).Who's Who in the World. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, Inc. (1974).Who's Who in World Jewry: A Biographical Dictionary of Outstanding Jews. New York: Pitman Publishing Co. (1972, 1978).The Writer's Directory. London: St. James Press (1980, 1982, 1984).

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Correspondence, 1924-1982

Scope and Contents note
See Index to Correspondents for a list of correspondents, as they are not listed individually here.
Although correspondence makes up only about sixteen per cent of the entire collection, it contains some of the most valuable research material. Of course some of the letters deal with personal, practical, legal, and financial affairs, but many by both Bochner and his colleagues discuss scholarly matters in such detail and at such length that they could almost be considered unpublished works, amply demonstrating the profundity and breadth of Bochner's ideas and interests and the influence he exerted in the realm of mathematics and the history of science. His correspondents included many of the most distinguished scholars of the twentieth century from such diverse disciplines as art, classics, mathematics, linguistics, biology, physics, philosophy, and history.
Chronologically, the bulk of the correspondence falls within the period from 1968 to 1982 when Bochner was at Rice University. Any documents attached to a letter were not separated; therefore, any single item may contain any number of leaves of both correspondence and other related material. The letters are arranged into two sections: incoming in alphabetical order and outgoing in chronological order. Because almost all of the letters are dated, one may locate a correspondent who wrote to Bochner in both Part I of the Index of Correspondents and the papers themselves, and use the date on the letters to follow the correspondence into the chronological files. Similarly, because Bochner kept carbon or photographic copies of almost all of his letters, one interested in a particular period of Bochner's life or work may begin with the chronological arrangement and follow the trail of individual correspondents of interest within the alphabetical section. Those to whom Bochner wrote have been listed in Part II of the Index of Correspondents.
Incoming
General Physical Description note [1,638 Items]
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1 1 A-Anderson
2 Andrew-Az
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3 B-Bakeman
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4 Baker-Bellman
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5 Benjamin-Boutet de Monvel
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6 Bownden-Bz
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7 C-Clark
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8 Clarke-Costner
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9 Cottle-Darling
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10 Dawson-Dz
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11 E-Ez
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12 F-Friedes
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13 Fritz-Furtmuller
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14 G-Gilbertson
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15 Gillispie-Gordon, J.
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16 Gordon, W. E. -Gunning
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17 H-Harris
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18 Harvey-Herz
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19 Hewitt-Hyman
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20 I
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21 J
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22 K-Kenny
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23 Ketz-Kusuda
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24 L-Lapedes
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25 Laubert-Lewis
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26 Libster-Lyons
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27 M-Mallion
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28 Mandelbaum-May
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29 Meier-Murphree
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30 N
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31 O
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32 P-Peters
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33 Pettee
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2 1 Pfeiffer-Proshamsky
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2 Q-Quigley
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3 Quigley
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4 Quigley
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5 R-Reasoner
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6 Recillas-Rohman
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7 Ronchi-Ryan
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8 S-Schoenberg
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9 Schoenfeld-Sherrard
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10 Shklarsky-Srebrny
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11 Srivastav-Swerdlow
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12 T-Thompson
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13 Tiras-Tucker
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14 U
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15 V
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16 W-Wells
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17 Westner-Wiedenhold
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18 Wiener
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19 Wiggins-Wright
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20 X-Z
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21 Unknown Authors
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Outgoing
Box Folder
2 22 1924-1932
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23 1953-1960
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24 1961
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25 1962-1964
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26 1965-1966
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27 1967
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28 1968
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29 1969
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30 January-June 1970
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31 July-December 1970
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32 January-March 1971
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33 April 1971
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34 May-July 1971
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35 August-December 1971
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3 1 January-May 1972
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2 June-December 1972
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3 January-May 1973
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4 June-December 1973
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5 January-July 1974
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6 August-December 1974
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7 January-July 1975
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8 August-December 1975
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9 1976
General Physical Description note [45]
10 1977
General Physical Description note [24]
11 1978
General Physical Description note [37]
12 1979
General Physical Description note [43]
13 1980
General Physical Description note [52]
14 1981
General Physical Description note [35]
15 1982
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16 Undated
General Physical Description note [29]

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Series II: Scholarly Works, 1923-1982

Scope and Contents note
Manuscripts of scholarly works make up a large and significant gathering of research material. Bochner wrote many versions of his many articles and books. These files reveal the evolution of his thought from handwritten notes to the completed manuscript. Most items are full of deleted paragraphs, insertions, and marginal comments. A great majority of his publications after his arrival in the United States in 1932 are represented here. Moreover, some of the works found here were never published: the handwritten notes to lectures, articles and books that were started but never finished, and a major book which Bochner was near completing upon his death. The title given each file follows as closely as possible Bochner's own label for the item or the name of the eventual publication to which it pertained. The entire series is arranged in alphabetical order by title. Among items of the same title, an attempt was made to arrange them according to the chronology of their creation, not publication, in order to reveal the sequence of revisions. When it was possible to ascertain an exact date, it was given in the inventory. A printout of all of the bibliographical citations to Bochner's publications in chronological order is in the control file of the collection and is available to researchers upon request.
Box Folder
3 17 Achievements of Bernhard Riemann, 1968
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18 Achievements of Riemann, 1969
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19 Advanced Analysis, c. 1935
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20 Ages of Mathematics, c. 1975
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21 Ages of Mathematics, c. 1975
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22-24 Albert Einstein: What He Was and What He Did, 1979
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25 Almost Automorphy, 1975
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26 Almost Periodic Functions, 1964
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27 Almost Periodicity for Abstract Differential Equations
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28 Almost Periodicity
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29 Analysis
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30 Analytic Measures on Compact BOHR Groups
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31 Approximation by Spherical Summability
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32 Aristotle's Notion of Place (Topos) in Physics
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33 Aristotle's Physics and Today's Physics
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34 Aristotle's Physics and Today's Physics
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35 Atoms, Continuity
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36 Atoms and Other Particles
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37 Birth of the Modern Scientific Instrument
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38 Boolean Algebra
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39 But What Is Continuity?
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40 Commentary on the Paper of Curtis A. Wilson, 1973
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41 Continuity All Around
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42-48 Continuity and Discontinuity in Nature and Knowledge
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4 1 Continuity vs. Atomism
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2 Continuous Mappings of Almost Automorphic and Almost Periodic Functions, 1964
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3 Curvature and Beti Numbers in Real and Complex Vector Bundles
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4 Differential Geometry
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5 Differential Geometry in Vector Bundles
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6 Duality Theorems
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7 Earth and Universe
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8-32 Eclosion and Synthesis, 1969
33-34 Einstein and the Twentieth Century
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35-38 Einstein Between Centuries, 1979
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5 1-4 Einstein Between Centuries, 1979
5 Electromagnetic Spectrum
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6 The Emergence of Analysis (Prolegomena)
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7 The Emergence of Analysis, 1977
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8 Everything Has A History
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9 Everything Is Continuous
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10 Fade-Out Into the Sunset
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11 Fourier Series Came First, 1978
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12 Function of Several Complex Variables, 1935
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13 Function Rings and Analytic Measures
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14 General Almost Automorphy, 1975
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15 Greatness of the Nineteenth Century
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16 Greek Mathematics
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17 Green Stokes Formula
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18-21 Harmonic Analysis and Probability, 1956
22 Harry Bateman, 1972
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23 Hermann Weyl, 1975
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24 History of Mathematics as a Part of General History, 1970
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25 History of Mathematics as a Part of General History, 1970
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26 Horizontalism
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27 How Aristotle Created History of Natural Philosophy, 1965
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28 How Aristotle Created History of Natural Philosophy, 1965
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29-34 How History of Science Differs From Other History
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35 Humanities
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36 Irrationality vs. Rationality
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37 Infinity, 1971
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38-39 Infinity in Nature and Knowledge
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40-43 Infinity in Nature and Knowledge
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44 Intellectual Role of Mathematics Since Renaissance and Scientific Revolution, 1977
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45 Intrinsic Analytic Continuation and Envelopes of Holomorphy
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46 Intrinsic Analytic Continuation and Envelopes of Holomorphy
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47 Kaehler Property
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48 Kepler, 1978
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49 Kepler, Einstein, Spengler: The Role of Space in Nature and Knowledge (Preface), 1980
49-53 Kepler, Einstein, Spengler: The Role of Space in Nature and Knowledge (Chapter 1), 1980
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6 1 Kepler, Einstein, Spengler: The Role of Space in Nature and Knowledge (Chapter 1), 1980
2-4 Kepler, Einstein, Spengler: Space in Nature, Knowledge, Art (Chapter II), 1980
5 Kepler, Einstein, Spengler: Space in Nature, Knowledge, Art (Chapter III), 1980
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6 Knowledge in the Nineteenth Century
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7 Konrad Burdach: Reformation, Renaissance, Humanism (Preface)
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8-13 Levels of Mathematics in Interaction with Science, 1972
14 Limitations of Greek Mathematics
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15 Linguistics
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16 Mathematical Background Space in Astronomy and Cosmology, 1973
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17 Mathematical Background Space in Astronomy and Cosmology, 1973
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18 Mathematical “Firsts' in the Nineteenth Century
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19 A Mathematical Outlook on the Scientific Revolution, 1500-1800
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20 A Mathematical Outlook on the Scientific Revolution, 1500-1800
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21 Mathematical Reflections, 1974
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22-23 Mathematical Reminiscences and Americana: The Philosophical Conception of Continuity in C. S. Peirce, 1973
24-34 Mathematical Space in Nature and Knowledge, 1980
35 Mathematics
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36-39 Mathematics and Renaissance in Italy, 1978
40 Mathematics in Cultural History
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41 Mathematics: Its History as a Part of Cultural History, 1970
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42 Mechaniks
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43 Nineteenth Century: An Overview
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44 Notes on Abel's Theorem
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45 Notes on “Weimar Culture, Causality and Quantum Theory, 1918-1927.”
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46 Number Theory Notes
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47 Number Theory Notes
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48 Our Theme
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49 Oswald Spengler, Mathematician, 1980
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7 1-4 Oswald Spengler, Mathematician, 1980
5-8 Oswald Spengler: Mathematician and Philosopher of Doom
9 Partial Ordering
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10 Partial Ordering
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11 Partial Ordering
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12 Partielle Differentialgleiden, 1929
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13 Partielle Differentialgleiden, 1929
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14 Pessimism
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15 Physics
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16 Plato on Mathematics
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17 Positivity of the Heat Kernel for Ultra Spherical Polynomials, 1979
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18 Positivity of the Heat Kernel for Ultra Spherical Polynomials, 1979
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19 Lectures on "Potential Theory," 1934
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20 Lectures on "Potential Theory," 1934
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21 Principles of Probability, 1978
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22 Program in History of Knowledge, 1969
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23 Psychology and Pedagogy
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24 Regular Polyhedra
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25 Research Proposal in Linear Differential-Difference Equations, 1976
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26 Review of "Gustav Herglotz: Gesamnelte Schriften, "by Hans Schwerdtfeger, 1979
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27 Review of "Gustav Herglotz: Gesamnelte Schriften, "by Hans Schwerdtfeger, 1979
General Physical Description note [1]
28-30 Review of "The Rational Mechanics of Flexible or Elastic Bodies, 1638-1788 "by C. Truesdell, 1960
31-32 Revolutions in Physics and Crises in Mathematics
General Physical Description note [1]
33 The Rise of Functions
General Physical Description note [1]
34-42 The Role of Mathematics in the Development of Science
43-45 The Role of Mathematics in the Development of Science (Revision Inserts)
46-48 Several Complex Variables
49 The Significance of Some Basic Mathematical Conceptions for Physics
General Physical Description note [1]
50-51 Singularities and Discontinuities, 1972
52-53 Size of the Universe in Greek Thought
54-55 Space, 1971
56 Space and Structure
General Physical Description note [1]
57 Symmetry and Asymmetry, 1971
General Physical Description note [1]
Box Folder
8 1 Symmetry and Asymmetry, 1971
General Physical Description note [1]
2 Symmetry and Asymmetry, 1971
General Physical Description note [1]
3 Tabelion Theorems and the Prime Number Theorem
General Physical Description note [1]
4-6 Theory of Measure
7 Theory of the Distribution of Primes (Chapter I)
General Physical Description note [1]
8 Theory of the Distribution of Primes (Chapter I)
General Physical Description note [1]
9 Three Dimensionality in Antiquity
General Physical Description note [1]
10 Three Dimensionality and Anti-Substance
General Physical Description note [1]
11 Space and Universe in Western Thought
General Physical Description note [1]
12-17 Three Dimensionality
18 Throwbacks to Pythagorism
General Physical Description note [1]
19 Transportation, Communication, Illumination
General Physical Description note [1]
20 Twentieth Century: Arts
General Physical Description note [1]
21 Uniform Convergence of Monotone Sequence of Functions
General Physical Description note [1]
22 Vector Fields on Riemannian Spaces With Boundary
General Physical Description note [1]
23 Weak Solutions of Linear Partial Differential Equations
General Physical Description note [1]
24 What Are Stars Made Of?
General Physical Description note [1]
25 Why Mathematics?
General Physical Description note [1]
26 Why Mathematics?
General Physical Description note [1]

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Series III: Teaching Materials and Notebooks

Scope and Contents note
This category contains some of the teaching materials Bochner collected during his long career as a teacher at Munich, Princeton, and Rice, and the numerous notebooks he kept throughout his life. The two were grouped together because many of the notebooks contain teaching notes as well as language drills, poetry, a short diary, and more advanced mathematical notations.
Teaching Materials
Box Folder
8 27 Algebra (Notes), 1931
General Physical Description note [27]
28 Analytical Geometry (Notes), 1931
General Physical Description note [19]
29 Differential Geometry (Notes), 1931
General Physical Description note [16]
30 Algebra II (Notes), 1932
General Physical Description note [25]
31 Mathematics 107 (Examination), 1942
General Physical Description note [1]
32 Mathematics 107 (Handouts), 1970
General Physical Description note [2]
33 Mathematics 221 (Problems), 1972
General Physical Description note [11]
34 Mathematics 222 (Problems), 1972-1975
General Physical Description note [6]
35 Mathematics 221 (Examinations, Problems), 1972-1977
General Physical Description note [39]
36 Mathematics 221 (Examinations, Problems), 1972-1977
General Physical Description note [26]
37 Mathematics 221 (Notes), 1974
General Physical Description note [43]
38 Mathematics 211 (Examinations, Problems), 1975
General Physical Description note [21]
39 Mathematics 212 (Examinations, Problems), 1976
General Physical Description note [7]
40 Mathematics 212 (Notes), 1976
General Physical Description note [6]
41 Mathematics 402b (Notes), 1977
General Physical Description note [51]
42 Mathematics 402d (Problems), 1977
General Physical Description note [1]
43 Mathematics 401 (Problems), 1977-1978
General Physical Description note [6]
44 Mathematics 222 (Examination), 1978
General Physical Description note [1]
45 Mathematics 426 (Examination), 1979
General Physical Description note [1]
Notebooks
General Physical Description note [19 Items]
Box Folder
8 46 Mathematics Notebook, 1924
General Physical Description note [1]
47 Mathematics Notebook, 1919
General Physical Description note [1]
48 Mathematics Notebook, 1924
General Physical Description note [1]
49 Mathematics and Spanish Language Notebook
General Physical Description note [1]
50 Transcript, University of Berlin, 1918-1921
General Physical Description note [1]
51 German Language Drills, c. 1917
General Physical Description note [1]
52 Mathematics Notebook, c. 1920
General Physical Description note [1]
53 German Language Drills, c. 1917
General Physical Description note [1]
54 Diary and Poetry, c. 1922
General Physical Description note [1]
55 Mathematics Notebook, 1920
General Physical Description note [1]
56 Mathematics Notebook, 1924
General Physical Description note [1]
Box Folder
9 1 Mathematics Notebook, 1924
General Physical Description note [1]
2 Mathematics and English Language Notebook, c. 1920
General Physical Description note [1]
3 Algebra Exercises of Josefa V. Schwarz, Munich, c. 1930
General Physical Description note [1]
4 Algebra Exercises of Josefa V. Schwarz, Munich, c. 1930
General Physical Description note [1]
5 Student Exercises in Mathematics, Munich, 1928
General Physical Description note [3]
6 Mathematics Notebook, 1926
General Physical Description note [1]
7 Reading Notes on Greek Mathematics, c. 1960
General Physical Description note [1]
8 Reading Notes on Ancient Greek Classics, c. 1960
General Physical Description note [1]

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Series IV: Personal Documentation, 1914-1981

Scope and Contents note
This series is comprised of legal and financial documents, personal references, and photographs. The legal and financial documents include wills, publishing and consultant contracts, diplomatic papers, personal bills, high school and university transcripts, military records, receipts, royalty statements, diplomas, certificates, insurance claims, and medical records. Arranged in chronological order from 1914 to 1981, they provide some early biographical data regarding Bochner's education in Poland and Germany, his citizenship, and his military service during World War I. They also give a glimpse of his financial dealings with publishers, particularly Princeton University Press.
The personal references from teachers and employers were written in the form of general statements concerning Bochner's moral and academic characteristics rather than as true letters to specific individuals. For this reason, they were not included in the correspondence category. The four such statements in the collection, all within the period 1915-1924, are from his preparatory school in Berlin, the Konigstadtisch Oberrealschule, his professor at the University of Berlin, Issal Schur, the Cuten and Syman banking firm, where he worked for almost a year, and Josef Wdowinski, for whom Bochner worked as a secretary.
The twenty-seven photographs of the collection consist of mostly unidentified snapshots of Bochner and his colleagues and family in Munich, Princeton, Houston, Los Angeles, and Bombay from c.1928 to c. 1981.
Box Folder
9 9 Legal and Financial Papers, 1914-1981.
General Physical Description note [85]
10 References, 1915-1924,
General Physical Description note [4]
11 Photographs, c. 1928-1981,
General Physical Description note [20]

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Series V: Printed Material, 1925-1979

Scope and Contents note
The printed material within the collection is of two types: off-prints and books. The off-prints, collected by Bochner throughout his life and consisting of many articles that are now hard to obtain, were divided between those that were written by Bochner himself and those written by others. The former group was arranged in chronological order and the latter in alphabetical order. Although Bochner's library was large, only books written by him or those in which he made annotations were retained with the collection. They were arranged in alphabetical order by author.
Off-Prints
Publications of Salomon Bochner
Box Folder
9 12 1925-1929
13 1930-1934
14 1935-1937
15 1938-1939
16 1940-1941
17 1942-1944
18 1945-1947
19 1948-1949
20 1950-1951
21 1952-1954
22 1955-1957
23 1958-1959
24 1960-1962
25 1963-1964
26 1965-1969
27 1970-1979
28 Undated
Publications of Others
Box Folder
9 - A
Box Folder
10 - A-B
Box Folder
11 - B-C
Box Folder
12 - C-F
Box Folder
13 - F-H
Box Folder
14 - H-K
Box Folder
15 - K-L
Box Folder
16 - L-M
Box Folder
17 - M-N
Box Folder
18 - N-R
Box Folder
19 - S-T
Box Folder
20 - T-Z

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Series VI: Oversize

Box Folder
21 1 Oversize materials

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Index of Correspondents: (1st A-Z, To Bochner ; 2nd A-Z, From Bochner) -- see Series I: Correspondence for Box and Folder #s.


Abelson, Philip H.   [Science]

Abramenko, B.

Adams, R. E.   [Princeton University, Personnel Services]

Adem, Jose

Alman, Robert

Almgren, Beverly

Aloys, Sr. Mary   [St. Johns Hospital, Santa Monica, CA]

Alperin, Arlene

Alperin, Roger

Altman, Yale   [MIT Press]

Ambrose, Alice

Amerio, Luigi

Amsbury, Clifton

Anderson, Claire W.

Andrew, Merle M.   [Air Force Office of Scientific Research]

Ankeny, Barbara

Anstee, R.   [Pergamon Press]

Aptheker, Jeanette Zevin

Arens, Richard

Aresty, Esther

Aresty, Julian

Arkowitz, Martin

Armel, Jeanne   [Dictionary of Scientific Biography]

Arnous, Edmond

Artzt, Harriet

Artzt, Marice

Askey, Richard A.

Atkinson, Bengta   [Princeton University Press]

Atwell, Priscilla A.   [Journal of the History of Ideas]

Austin, William

Axelrod, Rona   [W. A. Benjamin]

Ayoub, Raymond G. D.

Badner, Carol

Bailey, Herbert S., Jr.   [Princeton University Press]

Bakeman, G. W   [Rockefeller Foundation]

Baker, Theophilus, Jr.

Bangs, John

Bangs, Nora H.   [Princeton University Press]

Barnes, John L.

Bartlett, Arthur C.   [Princeton University Press]

Barymauu, Sonja

Barymauu, Vaja

Bastian, Joseph J.

Battin, Isaac L.

Baumslag, Gilbert

Baur, A.

Beer, Arthur

Bellman, Richard E.

Benjamin, William A.   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Benson, Jann

Benson, Robert L.

Berberian, S. K.   [Mathematical Reviews]

Bernstein, Marver

Bernstein, Sheva

Bers, Lipman

Berthier, Anne Marie

Besicovitch, A. S.

Betts, Winifred R.   [Albert B. Ashforth, Inc.]

Beverley, Stanley

Bhatt, S. N.   [Indian Journal of Mathematics]

Billington, James H.   [Woodrow Wilson International Center]

Bing, R. H.

Biographic Encyclopedia of Scientists and Technologists

Birkhoff, Garrett   [American Academy of Arts and Sciences]

Bleacher, Dianne   [Rendall-Cook and Company]

Blumenfeld, Walter   [ Revista de Ciencias, Lima, Peru]

Boas, Ralph P.   [Mathematical Association of America]

Bochner, F.

Bohnerblust, Frederic

Boldrini, Marcello   [Scuola Di Studi Superiori Sugli Idrocarburi]

Bombieri, Enrico

Bompiani, Enrico   [Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo]

Bonetti, N.   [Scientia, Milan, Italy]

Boutet de Mouvel, Louis

Bowden, Lemeul

Bowen, William G.

Boxer, Eric

Boxer, Hedda

Boyar, Stephen A.   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Boyer, Howard   [W. A. Benjamin]

Bray, Herbert E.

Bremer, John   [Harcourt, Brace & World]

Brierly, James S.   [Ballistic Research Laboratories]

Bronk, Detlev W.

Brotzen, Franz R.

Brower, W.

Bruml, Ethel

Bruml, Milton

Buck, Peter   [American Academy of Arts and Sciences]

Bull, David C.   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Bunch, Grace Grierson   [Rice University, Alumni Assoc.]

Bunting, Virginia McCormac   [University of California Press]

Burke, John G.

Buriak, I.   [Mathematical Reviews]

Butzer, Paul

Byrne, Josheph E.   [Addison-Wesley Publishing Company]

Cahill, Betty   [Who's Who in America]

Callaway, Karyn   [Sallyport]

Campbell, Paul J.

Carlson, Carl G. R., Jr.

Carmichael, R. D.

Carmigiani, Robert

Carothers, S.

Casey, Bob

Choksi, J. R.

Chandrasekharan, K.

Chandrasekharan, Sari

Chang, H. M.

Cheeger, Jeff

Cheng, M. T.

Chern, S. S.

Chuhay, Georgia M.   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Chung, K. L.

Church, Ralph B.   [Juniata College, Cultural Events Cmte.]

Cicero, Providence   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Clark, Eloise E.   [National Science Foundation]

Clarke, W. Norris   [International Philosophical Quarterly]

Cohen, I. Bernard

Cohen, Esther

Cohen, George S.

Coleman, Bernard D.

Colodny, Robert

Colombano, Silvano

Conti, Roberto   [Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo]

Cook, Frederic A.

Cooke, Roger L.

Copeland, Jim

Corbett, Paul D.   [Harcourt, Brace & World]

Cordovan Press

Cordy, J. K.   [Clarendon Press]

Corson, Earl M.

Costner, Herbert L.   [National Science Foundation]

Cottle, Evelyn

Craig, Homer V.

Crater, Claude M.

Crawford, Victoria B.   [National Academy of Sciences]

Crispin, Edwin A.

Crompton, T.   [International Education Board]

Crouse, William H.   [McGraw-Hill]

Curtis, Michael

Curtis, Morton L.

Cutler, Liz   [Princeton University Press]

Dall, C. G.   [National Economic Council, Inc.]

Dalton, Joanne

Daly, M. Hope   [American Mathematical Society]

Damrou, Mary   [Friedman, Rosen and Bochner, Inc.]

Danese, Arthur E.

Darling, Donald A.

Dawson, Nancy W.   [Unitarian Church of Princeton]

Debney, George

Delaroche, P.   [Ministry of National Education, France]

Delons, P. L.

Delsarte, J.

De Reuck, A. V. S.   [Ciba Foundation]

Diamond, Phil

Dick, John H.   [Who's Who in Technology Today]

Dieudonne, J.

Dodds, H. W.

Dodge, John V.   [Encyclopedia Britannica]

Doherty, Loretta T.

Dolpe, Charles

Domandi, Mario

Donahue, Jack   [Cordovan Press]

Doran, Barbara Giusti

Dorroh, J. R.

Drew, Katherine Fischer   [Rice University Studies]

Driscoll, Rev. Br. John G.

Dryden, Hugh L.   [National Academy of Sciences]

Dube, M. K.

Dubins, Lester E.

Dupouy, G.   [Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France]

Durham, Barbar   [University of California Press]

Durst, Lincoln K.   [American Mathematical Society]

Dutta, M.   [Calcutta Mathematical Society]

Dvoretzky, A.

Eberlain, William F.

Ehrlich, Ruth

Ehrlich, Stanley

Eisele, Carolyn

Elmore, Nan M.

Epstein, Jules M.   [New York Life Insurance Co.]

Equitable Life Assurance

Everett, Arthur L.   [First National Bank of Princeton]

Faith, Carl

Farinholt, Larkin H.   [Alfred P. Sloan Foundation]

Farrell, David   [Foundation for Advanced Computer Technology]

Fejer, Paul H.

Ferrell, Sara   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Feurhel, K.

Fielding, Anne

Fieldston, Heidi   [National Endowment for the Humanities]

Filion, Gail   [Princeton University Press]

Finh, A. M.

Finney, George G.

First National Bank of Princeton

Fisch, Max H.

Fischer, William L.

Fisher, Doris

Fleming, Mary Janet

Fordyce, C. J.

Forscher, Bernard   [National Academy of Sciences]

Fox, Cynthia

Fox, Ralph

Fraukel, R. F.

Fritz, Kurt von

Fruge, August   [University of California Press]

Furtmuller, L. E.

Gaffney, Matthew P.   [National Science Foundation]

Gaines, Joseph

Gaines, Sylvia

Galuten, Aaron   [Chelsea Publishing Company]

Gamelin, T. W.

Gander, John F.   [Air Force Office of Scientific Research]

Garraty, John A.   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Garside, Charles, Jr.

Gelbaum, Beatrice

Gelbaum, Bernard R.

Gelfand, I. M.

Gemelli, G.   [Scientia]

Gersten, Steve

Geter, Maggie

Gilbert, Felix

Gilbert, Walter

Gilbertson, Edna   [National Academy of Sciences]

Gillispie, Charles C.

Gillmor, C. Stewart

Ginsburg, Miriam H.

Gipstein, Dr.

Glassman, Irvin   [Nassau Swim Club, Princeton, NJ]

Gleason, Andrew M.   [National Academy of Sciences]

Goddard, David R.   [National Academy of Sciences]

Godoli, G.

Goheen, Robert F.

Goldberg, Richard R.

Goldberg, Samuel I.

Goldhaber, J. K.

Goldstine, Herman Heine

Good, I. Jack

Goodman, Joanna   [Princeton University Press]

Gordon, Albert   [National Committee on the Emeriti, Inc.]

Gordon, Carole J.   [Alfred A. Knopf]

Gordon, Elva

Gordon, Janet   [Rice University, Mathematics Department]

Gordon, William E.

Gorman, Elizabeth

Gottlieb, Sally Tompkins

Gottschalk, Walter

Graham, Laurie   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Greenleaf, Newcomb

Griffith, Louis C.   [Rice University, Office of Advanced Studies and Research]

Groh, Gurgen

Gruder, Y.   [Wolf Foundation]

Guenther, Ronald B.

Guerlac, Henry

Guggenheimer, H.

Gulliver, B.

Gunning, Robert

Gunning, Wanda

Hackerman, Norman

[UNK], Mary

[UNK], Stanley

Haidemenakis, E. D.   [International Science Foundation]

Haimm, S. M.

Haimm Garden Memorial Center

Halmos, P. R.   [American Mathematical Society]

Halperin, Israel

Hamilton, Mary Alice   [Rice University, Library Gifts and Exchanges]

Hardy, G. H.

Harris, C. R. S.

Harris, Carl   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Harvey, Reese

Haulik, Gejza

Hawley, Newton R.

Hayman, W. K.

Heffernan, Irene   [TIAA-CREF]

Helgason, Sigurdur

Hellerstein, Simon   [National Science Foundation]

Hempel, Peter

Henry, Agnes

Henry, Arthur W.   [W. B. Saunders Co., Publishers]

Herman, Victor

Hersh, Reuben

Herz, Carl

Hewitt, Edwin

Higgins, Ronald C.   [U. S. Department of Defense]

Hitch, Charles J.

Hochschild, Gerhard

Hoekzema, Loren   [Princeton University Press]

Hoffman, Kenneth

Hollman, Dorothy   [Princeton University Press]

Hopkins, Jeannette   [Harper and Row]

Horn, Roger A.

Horowitz, Frances G.

Horvath, J.

Howell, Samuel C.

Hubel, Gordon   [Princeton University Press]

Huneke, Harold

Hunt, Gilbert A.

Hurney, Leon

Hyman, Harold M.

Iggers, George G.

Ismail, Mourad

Italian State Tourist Office

Izumi, Masako

Izumi, Shinichi

Jaco, Becky

Jaco, Bus

Jaffe, Arthur

James, Edward T.   [Dictionary of American Biography]

James, Mary Ann

Jones, Charles F.   [Humble Oil Company]

Jones, Beverly

Jones, Frank, Jr.

Kac, Mark

Kahane, Pierre

Kalechofsky, Robert

Kandel, Esther F.   [Journal of the History of Ideas]

Karlin, Samuel

Karush, Rebecca   [Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications]

Katsurada, Yohie

Katz, Ellen

Kaysen, Carl

Kelley, J. L.

Kemeny, John G.

Kempton, Gail   [TIAA-CREF]

Kendall, David G.

Kennel, Charles F.

Kennel, Deborah

Kennel, Sarah

Kenny, Anne

Ketz, Louise Bilebof   [Dictionary of Scientific Biography]

Kidd, Stephen   [Nassau Swimming Club, Princeton, NJ]

Kiefer, J.

Kile, Barbara   [Rice University, Library Gifts and Exchanges]

Kinsman, Clare D.   [Contemporary Authors]

Knipe, Anthony W.   [Lumberman's Mutual Casualty Company]

Kormendi, Kati

Koste, L.

Kra, Irwin

Krabisch, Elisabeth   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Krawiec, T. S.

Kress, Alicia

Kress, Lee

Kristeller, P. O.

Kriz, Miroslav

Kriz, Sujami

Kuhn, Thomas S.

Kulstad, M.

Kusuda, Tetsuza

La Due, John S.

Lagerstrom, Paco A.

Landon, Charles

Langlands, Bob

Lapedes, Daniel M.   [McGraw-Hill]

Laubert, Flora

Lawson, Blaine

Lazar, Hym

Lazar, Lill

Lee, Mrs. Rensselaer Wright

Lefevre, Timothy M.

Lehner, Joseph

Leibler, R. A.   [Institute for Defense Analyses]

Leipziger, Mrs. Joseph

Leitch, Alexander

Lentz, Harris, III

Leray, Jean

Lessing, Uwe   [Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft]

Lester, Richard A.

Levinson, Norman

Levitan, B. M.

Levitt, I. M.   [Franklin Institute]

Levy, Marion J., Jr.

Lew, John S.   [IBM]

Lewin, Juliette   [Federation Thrift House]

Lewis, Hywel David

Libster, Bernard   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Lichtenberg, D. R.

Lightfoot, Melinda N.

Linis, V.

Lipschutz-Yevick, Miriam

Lister, William G.

Lorch, Lee

Lowace, Arnold J.

Lynch, Edward F.   [Prudential Insurance Company]

Lynch, Helen D.   [Holt, Rinehart and Winston]

Lyons, Bridget Gellert   [Renaissance Quarterly]

MacArthur, Robert

McBride, Elizabeth

McCormach, Russell

McGuire, William   [Princeton University Press]

McMillan, Brockway   [Bell Telephone Laboratories]

MacNeille, H. M.

Macorini, Edgardo   [Edizioni Scientifiche E Tecniche]

MacRae, Scotia W.   [Princeton University Press]

Malindzak, George S., Jr.

Mallianni, P.

Mandelbaum, Samuel   [Friedman, Rosen and Bachner]

Marchand, L. S.   [Plenum]

Marcus, Philip N.   [National Endowment for the Humanities]

Martin, Livy

Martin, W. Ted

Martinez, Juan Carlos

Martino, Joseph P.   [Air Force Office of Scientific Research]

Mason, Christine

Masyn, William   [U. S. Social Security Administration]

Mattingly, Mary E.

May, Kenneth O.   [Historia Mathematica]

Meier, Donal A.   [National Computer Conference, 1975]

Metivier, Michel

Meyer, Don E.   [Harcourt, Brace and World]

Miele, Angelo   [Plenum]

Miller, Paul E.   [Automobile Club of Central New Jersey]

Mills, G. A.

Milne, R. K.

Minkin, Margit

Montgomery, Deane

Moore, Carlisle

Morgan, Bernard S., Jr.

Morrey, Charles B., Jr.

Morse, Louise

Morse, Marston

Mostow, G. D.

Mudrak, Deborah

Muhly, Paul S.

Mullany, Rosemary   [TIAA]

Multhauf, Robert P.   [ISIS]

Munsche, M. C.

Murata, Tamotsu

Murphree, Martha   [Rice University, Association of Rice Alumni]

Nakae, T.

Napoles Gandara, Alfonso

Nassau Inn

Neu, Charles E.

Neumann, B. H.

Newman, Tommie

Neyman, J.

Nitsche, Johannes C. C.

Nitzche, Jane

Nordon, Jean

Norton, Claire

Norton, Lowell

Nunziato, Virginia

Obletz, Mrs. Benjamin

O'Byrne, Sylvester

Olds, Michael M.   [W. A. Benjamin]

Osserman, Bob

Overmann, Ronald J.   [National Science Foundation]

Paine, Dorothy W.   [University of California Press]

Papakonstantinov, K.

Parker, Sybil P.   [McGraw-Hill]

Parzen, Emanuel

Pasta, John R.   [National Science Foundation]

Peking University, Mathematics Department

Pelle, J. S.

Pennachio, Dorothy   [Harcourt, Brace & World]

Peoples, Klaus

Pepper, Doris Hellman

Peters, Klaus   [Birkhauser, Inc.]

Pettee, Charles E.   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Pfeiffer, John

Phillips, Ralph

Piana, Anna   [Edizioni Scientifiche E Tecniche]

Pinl, M.

Pitcher, Everett   [American Mathematical Society]

Pitcher, Florence

Pitman, H. Russ   [Rice University, Office of the President]

Poe, John   [First National Bank of Princeton]

Pohrer, R. G.   [Air Force Office of Scientific Research]

Polakoff, Sue   [W. A. Benjamin]

Polking, John C.

Pollard, Harry

Pollock, Shirley   [Beth Israel Cemetery]

Pope, Carl R.   [Institute for Advanced Study]

Post, Gaines

Prakash, N.

Press, Frank   [U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy]

Press, Michelle   [American Scientist]

Price, William J.

Primas, Hans

Princeton University, Information Services

Princeton University, Mathematics Department

Princeton University Store, Sales Manager

Procita, Leonard

Proshansky, Harold M.

Querry, John W.   [Air Force Office of Scientific Research]

Quigley, Edward J.   [Harcourt, Brace and World and Hatner Press]

Raalte, Andree

Rabinowicz, Ernest

Rabinowicz, Fanny

Rabinowicz, Ina

Rabinowicz, Karen

Raghunathan, T. T.

Rahr, David G.   [Princeton University, Alumni Association]

Randol, Burton

Rao, A. S.

Rassias, George M.

Rauch, Harry E.

Reasoner, Harry M.   [Rice University, Alumni Association]

Recillas, Felix

Reese, Lawrence L. Ruiz

Reese, Mina

Reiche, Frank P.   [Smith, Stratton, Wise]

Rendell, Kenneth M., Jr.   [Princeton University, Real Estate Department]

Resnikoff, Howard L.

Reynolds, W. B.

Rhodes, Kathy   [Rice University, High Emprise]

Rice, George J.

Rice University, Mathematics Department

Rice University, Mathematical Sciences Department

Rice University, Office of Public Relations

Riley, Edward F.   [Holden-Day, Inc.]

Rockafellar, Tyrrell

Rohmann, Paul H.   [Kent State University Press]

Ronchi, Vasco

Roobelaar, Buan

Rosen, O.   [Mosadat Publications]

Rosen, Pinhas   [Rothschild Prizes Organization]

Rosenbaum, R. A.

Rosenberg, Alex   [Mathematical Association of America]

Rosenberg, Winnie

Rosenkrantz, Walter

Rota, Glan-Carlo   [Encyclopedia of Mathematics]

Rothaus, Oscar

Rothaus, Tobe

Royster, W. C.

Rubel, Lee A.

Rubin, Beth   [McCutchen Publishing Company]

Rudin, Walter

Ruse, H. S.

Ryan, Donald E.

Sachs, Alexander

Sacksteder, Richard

Sadler, M. O.   [Rice University, Personnel]

St. James Press, Ltd.

Saint John's Hospital

Salsburg, Bertha

Saltman, Aaron

Sampson, J. H.

Sapojnikoff, Victor

Scarf, Herbert E.

Scarf, Maggle

Schafer,...

Schanze, E. S.   [New York Academy of Sciences]

Schatz, Bruce

Schoenberg, I. J.

Schoenfeld, Lowell

Schroth, Gerald P.   [First National Bank of Princeton]

Schuster, Constance

Schwammberger, Virginia E.

Schwartz, Laurent

Schwarz, Magda

Scribner, Charles, Jr.   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Seeger, Raymond J.   [National Science Foundation]

Seeley, Robert T.

Seide, Maurice   [W. A. Benjamin]

Selberg, Atle

Selberg, Hedvig

Selvin, Hanan C.

Serre, Jean-Pierre

Servdio, Frank J.

Shapiro, Betty J.   [W. A. Benjamin]

Shaw, Oliver

Shepp, L. A.   [Bell Telephone Laboratories]

Sherrard, Mrs. Peter   [Princeton University Press]

Shklarsky, E.

Silver, Ida

Simany, M. A.

Singh, R. N.

Sinlie, Bipin Behari

Sisco, Helen R.   [Prudential Insurance Company]

Slater, Marguerite B.

Smith, Craig G.   [Mathtech]

Smith, Cyril Stanley

Smith, Edgar S.   [Smith, Stratton, Wise and Heher]

Smith, H. E.   [Thomas Cook and Son]

Smith, Vincent E.   [The New Scholasticism]

Snow, Donald R.

Snow, Jack L.   [AAA-World Wide Travel Service]

Soldavin, Evelyn H.   [Princeton University, Real Estate Department]

Spaeder, Margaret A.   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Speiser, David

Spellman, John

Spencer, Natalie

Spitzer, Doreen

Spivak, Michael

Srebrny, Simon

Srivastav, Ram Prasad

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Starke, Emory P.

Stein, Elias M.

Steiner, Eugene F.

Steiner, George

Stigler, Stephen M.

Stix, Thomas Howard

Stout, E. L.

Strauss, Herbert A.   [International Biographical Archives]

Struik, Dirk J.

Strzelecki, E.   [Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society]

Studley, Duane

Stutsky, Fred

Sullivan, Laurie   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Sutton, Linda A.   [W. A. Benjamin]

Swerdlow, Noel

Tangherlini, Frank R.

Tanner, Daniel

Tarwater, Dalton

Taton, Rene

Tax Department, Township of Princeton

Taylor, Angus E.

Taylor, Michael

Taylor, S. James

Templeton, Alan

Tenner, Edward   [Princeton University Press]

Terracini, Alessandro

Thomas, Emery

Thomas, J. M.

Thomas, Roy E.   [Princeton University Press]

Thompson, Ewa

Thompson, Jim

Tiras, Mrs. Henry   [City of Hope Thrift and Resale Shop]

Toohey, Terrence J.   [Academic Press]

Torres, G.

Trowbridge, Augustus   [International Education Board]

Truesdell, Clifford

Tuan, Hsio-Fu

Tucker, Albert W.

Tucker, Mary

Ubell, Robert   [Plenum]

Underwood, Carolyn D.   [Institute for Advanced Study]

U.S.S.R. Embassy, Cultural Attache

Vaghi, Carla

Vandiver, Frank E.   [Rice University, Office of the President and Texas A and M, Office of the President]

Van Helden, Albert

Veech, Kay

Veech, William A.

Vickery, W. W.   [Harcourt, Brace and World]

Villa, Mario

Wadsworth, Frank W.

Wagstaff, Samuel S., Jr.

Walker, Gordon L.   [American Mathematical Society]

Wallace, Andrew

Wallace, DeWitt   [Reader's Digest]

Wallace, William A.

Walsh, Margaret A.   [University of Wisconsin Press]

Walters, G. King

Ward, Lee C., Jr.   [W. A. Benjamin]

Wardlaw, Frank H.   [Texas A and M University Press]

Warran, Arlene   [Princetion University Press]

Washnitzer, Gerald

Washnitzer, Lilly

Watkins, Edwin   [University of Michigan Press]

Watson, Geoffrey S.

Wedding, R. T.

Weil, A.

Wein, Benjamin

Weinberg, Alvin M.   [Oak Ridge National Laboratory]

Weinberg, Babe

Weinberg, Sylvia

Weinberger, Peter

Weinstein, Alexander

Weisse, Alan

Weisse, Laura

Weissenberger, Monika

Wells, Reva S.

Wells, Ronald O., Jr.

Westman, Robert S.

Weyl, F. Joachim

White, Barbara

White, Leon H.

White, Morton

Whitrow, Gerald J.

Widder, D. V.   [Duke Mathematical Journal]

Wiederhold, Wanna

Wiener, Philip P.   [Charles Scribner's Sons and Journal of the History of Ideas]

Wiggins, Jim

Wigner, Eugene P.

Wigner, Mary

Wigner, Martha F.

Wilks,...

Williams, Josephine A.   [National Academy of Sciences]

Wintringer, G. C.   [Princeton University, Office of the Controller]

Wolf Foundation

Wolfman, Kirby

Wolfman, Lee

Wolfowitz, Jack

Woodrow, Raymond J.

Woodward, Ronald N.

Wray, Vernon J.

Wright, Fred B.

Xanthakis, I.   [Greek Mathematical Society]

Yano, Kentaro

Yano, Yukako

Yau, Shing-Tung   [Institute for Advanced Study]

Yevick, Miriam L.

York, Helen W.

Young, Paul

Zaidman, S.

Zassenhauer, Angela E.

Zedeck, Mishael

Zenker, Timothy P.

Zimering, S.

Abelson, Philip H. [1971]   [Science]

Adams, R. E. [1966]   [Princeton University, Personnel]

Akers, W. W. [1981]   [W. A. Benjamin]

American Express Co. [1982]

American Scientist [1973, 1976]

Amerio, Luigi [1971,1974]

Ansben, Ruth N. [1965]

Anstee, R. [1975]   [Pergamon Press]

Arbib, Michael A. [1974]

Ashby, Lynn [1980]

Askey, Richard A. [1973]

Austin, William [1969]

Automobile Club of Central New Jersey [1960]

Axelrod, Rona [1968, Undated]   [W. A. Benjamin]

Ayoub, Raymond G. D. [1971]

Bailey, Herbert S., Jr. [1966, 1971, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981]   [Princeton University Press]

Baker, Theophilus, Jr. [1970]

Balestrieri, John J. [1972]

Bangs, Nora H. [1974]   [Princeton University Press]

Beer, Arthur [1972, 1974]

Bellman, Richard E. [1970, 1972, 1975]

Benedict, George A. [1973]

Benson, Robert L. [1972]

Bertelsen, Elmer [1975]

Berthier, Anne Marie [1978, 1979]

Beth Israel Cemetery [1971]

Betts, Winifred R. [1959]   [Albert B. Ashforth, Inc.]

Billington, James H. [1974]   [Woodrow Wilson International Center]

Birkhauser Boston, Inc. [1982]

Black, C. [1971, Undated]

Blyth, Colin R. [1973]

Bochner, Deborah [See Kennel, D.]

Bochner, Joseph [1924]

Bohnerblust, Frederic [1974]

Bombieri, Enrico [1979, 1980, 1981]

Bonetti, N. [1968]   [Scientia, Milan, Italy]

Bonney, Evelyn [1975]

Borlase, Rodney [1978]   [Rice University, Library Collection Dev.]

Boutet de Mouvel, Louis [1978]

Boxer, Eric {1973}

Boyar, Stephen A. {1968}   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Bremer, John {1961, 1962}   [Harcourt, Brace and World]

Brierly, James S. {1953}   [Ballistic Research Laboratories]

Broch, Nathan {1982}

Brockton Boot and Shoe Co. {1971}

Brower, W. {1971, 1972}

Bull, David C. {1971}   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Bunch, Grace Grierson {1981}   [Rice University, Alumni Assoc.]

Burke, John G. {1975}

Calabi, Eugenio {1976}

California, University of {1978}

Callaway, Karyn {1971}   [Sallyport]

Callihan, Mrs. {1970}

Carlson, Carl G. R., Jr. {1971}

Chandrasekharan, K. {1973}

Chaplin, J. P. {1966}

Chapman, Alan J. {1969}

Cheeger, Jeff {1971}

Chuhay, Georgia M. {1970}   [W. A. Benjamin, Inc.]

Church, Ralph B. {1968}   [Juniata College, Cultural Events Cmte.]

Clark, Eloise E. {1979}   [National Science Foundation]

Clarkson, Llayron L. {1971}

Clerc, Jean Louis {1974}

Cohen, I. Bernard {1972}

Coleman, Bernard D. {1977, 1978}

Colodny, Robert {Undated}

Combes, Jean {1980}

Cook, Frederic A. {1967}

Cooke, Roger L. {1971}

Cosmos Club {1978}

Curtis, Morton L. {1967, 1968, 1969}

Daerr, Robert L. {1953}

Daly, M. Hope {1978}   [American Mathematical Society]

Dayton Biltmore {1961}

Debrey,... {1972}

Dee, Orson R. {1971}

Doherty, Loretta T. {1969, 1970, 1971, 1978}

Domandi, Mario {1976}

Donahue, Jack {1973}   [Cordovan Press]

Doran, Barbara Giusti {1974, Undated}

Dorroh, J. R. {1971}

Drew, Katherine Fischer {1968, 1970, 1977, 1980}   [Rice University Studies]

Driscoll, Rev. Br. John G. {1966}

Dryden, Hugh L. {Undated}   [National Academy of Sciences]

Duffin, R. T. {1981}

Durst, Lincoln K. {1978}   [American Mathematical Society]

Eisele, Carolyn {1973}

Encyclopedia Britannica {Undated}

Everett, Arthur L. {1972}   [First National Bank of Princeton]

Farinholt, Larkin H. {1964, 1969, 1970}   [Alfred P. Sloan Foundation]

Farlee, Myrtle {1971}

Ferrell, Sarah {1976}   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Ferrell, T. W. {1975}

Filion, Gail {1977}   [Princeton University Press]

Fisch, Max H. {1973, 1974}

Fleischer, Everly B. {1976}

Floyd, Edwin E. {1969}

Fordyce, C. J. {1971}

Friedman, Rosen and Bachner {1971}

Fritz, Kurt von {1932, 1967, 1972, 1973, Undated}

Funkenstein, Amos {1975}

Furlan-Spitzer Furriers {1971}

Furstenberg, Hillel {1977}

Furtmuller, L. E. {1972}

Gamelin, T. W. {1980, Undated}

Gangoli, Ramesh {1977}

Garside, Charles, Jr. {1969}

Gelbaum, Bernard R. {1966, 1968, 1973}

Gemelli, G. {1968}   [Scientia]

Gerstenhaber, Murray {1974}

Gilbertson, Edna {1970}   [National Academy of Sciences]

Gillispie, Charles C. {1973, 1974, 1978}

Gillmor, C. Stewart {1968, 1970, 1972, 1973}

Gingerich, Owen {1974}

Glassman, Irvin {1971}   [Nassau Swim Club, Princeton, NJ]

Gleason, Andrew M. {1976, 1978}   [National Academy of Sciences]

Goddard, David R. {1976}   [National Academy of Sciences]

Goldberg, Richard R. {1974}

Goldberg, Samuel I. {1975}

Goldhaber, J. K. {1969}

Goldstine, Herman Heine {1971}

Gordon, Albert {1973}   [National Committee on the Emeriti, Inc.]

Gordon, Janet {1968, Undated}   [Rice University, Mathematics Department]

Gordon, William E. {1967, 1969, 1970, 1979, 1980, 1981, Undated}

Gottschalk, Walter {1966}

Grabstald, Harry {1970}

Graham, Laurie {1977}   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Griffith, Louis C. {1978, 1980}   [Rice University Office of Advanced Studies and Research]

Guenther, Ronald B. {1980}

Guerlac, Henry {1970}

Gunning, Robert {1969, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, Undated}

Hackerman, Norman {1975, 1978}

Haidemenakis, E. D. {1970}   [International Science Foundation]

Hall, Jason {1977}

Hanley, Newton {1982}

Harris, C. R. S. {1966}

Haskell, Tom {1973}

Heffernan, Irene {1971}   [TIAA-CREF]

Heinsuis, Fred W. {1963, Undated}

Helgason, Sigurdur {1974, 1976}

Hellerstein, Simon {1975}   [National Science Foundation]

Henry, Agnes {1971}

Henry, Arthur W. {1971}   [W. B. Saunders Co., Publishers]

Herder and Herder {1971, 1973}

Herz, Carl {1976}

High Emprise {1971, 1972, 1973, 1974}

History of Science Society {1971}

Hobbs, Marcus E. {1965}

Hoekzema, Loren {1981}   [Princeton University Press]

Hoffman, Kenneth {1963}

Horn, Roger A. {1974}

Huneke, Harold {1976}

Hunt, Gilbert A. {1970, 1976}

Hyman, Harold M. {1969, 1972, 1976}

Iggers, George G. {1973}

Institute for Advanced Study {1979}

International Education Board {1926}

Ivusic, Christine K. {1980}

Jacobson, Nathan {1975, 1976}

Jaffe, Arthur {1981, 1982}

James, Edward T. {1972}   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Jan, W. {1979}

John, John S. {1973}

Jones, Charles F. {1972}   [Humble Oil Company]

Jones, Frank, Jr. {1969, 1971}

Kac, Mark {1972}

Kalechofsky, Robert {1975}

Kalisch, Gerhard K. {1968}

Kandel, Esther F. {1968}   [Journal of the History of Ideas]

Katz, Herzel {1971}

Kaysen, Carl {1969, 1971}

Kennel, Charles F. {1967, 1973}

Kennel, Deborah {1967, 1972}

Kenny, Anne {1970}

Ketz, Louise Bilebof {1974}   [Dictionary of Scientific Biography]

Kimble, Birchall {1971}

King, Donald {1973}

King, Edmund L. {1976}

Kirwan, William E. {1975, 1976}

Knopf, Alfred {1979}

Kolenda, K. {1970}

Kormendi, Kati {1976, 1980}

Kra, Irwin {1971}

Krabisch, Elisabeth {1974}   [Dictionary of American Biography]

Krawiec, T. S. {1966}

Kress, Alicia {1971, 1973}

Kristeller, P. O. {1970}

Kuhn, Thomas S. {1975}

Kuper, J. B. H. {1959}

Kusuda, Tetsuza {1969}

La Due, John S. {1969, 1970}

Landon, Charles {1971}

Lapedes, Daniel M. {1965, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977}   [McGraw-Hill]

Lawson, Blaine {1980}

Lazerowitz, Alice {1971}

Lefevre, Timothy M. {1971}

Lehmann, E. L. {1970}

Lemonick, Aaron {1970, 1973}

Leray, Jean {1958, 1974}

Lester, Richard A. {1972}

Levinson, Norman {1974}

Levitt, I. M. {1971, 1972}   [Franklin Institute]

Levy, Marion J., Jr. {1972}

Lew, John S. {1975}   [IBM]

Lichtenberg, D. R. {1974, 1975}

Lorch, Lee {1975}

Louis A. Jammer Co., Inc. {1967}

Luttman's Luggage Shop {1971}

MacArthur, Robert {1966}

McCormach, Russell {1974, 1975}

MacDowell, Carl M. {1969, 1970}

McGuire, William {1974}   [Princeton University Press]

Macorini, Edgardo {1972, 1978}   [Edizioni Scientifiche E Tecniche]

Maidana, Dorothy Hood {1973}

Manuel, Frank E. {1976}

Mandelbaum, Samuel {1971, 1972}   [Friedman, Rosen and Bachner]

Marchand, L. S. {1977}   [Plenum]

Marcus, Philip N. {1977}   [National Endowment for the Humanities]

Margrave, John L. {1976}

Marschak, Jacob {1972}

Masani, P. {1974}

Mason, Alph T. {1973}

Masyn, William {1971}   [U. S. Social Security Administration]

Mathematical Association of America {1975}

May, Kenneth O. {1973, 1975}   [Historia Mathematica]

Meisters, Gary H. {1962}

Meredith Press {1966}

Metivier, Michel {1972, 1973}

Meyer, Don E. {1968, 1971}   [Harcourt, Brace & World]

Miele, Angelo {1977}   [Plenum]

Mikusinski, Jan {1976}

Miller, Paul E. {1972}   [Automobile Club of Central New Jersey]

Miller, Richard W. {1971}

Milnor, John {1973}

Moore, Carlisle {1977}

Multhauf, Robert P. {1965}   [ISIS]

Murata, Tamotsu {1969}

Murphin, Kathleen {1977}

National Academy of Science, Proceedings Office {1981}

Needham, Joseph {1982}

Nelson, Edward {1967}

Neuwirth,... {1973}

Nicolescu, Miron {1973}

Nitsche, Johannes C. C. {1974, 1982}

Nunziato, Virginia {1971}

Olds, Michael M. {1968}   [W. A. Benjamin]

O'Meara, O. Timothy {1972}

Oxford University Press {1966}

Parker, Sybil P. {1978, 1980, 1981, 1982}   [McGraw-Hill]

Parzen, Emanuel {1981}

Pergamon Press {1980}

Peters, Klaus {1979}   [Birkhauser, Inc.]

Pettee, Charles E. {1967, 1969, 1970, 1971}   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Pietrinferno, James R. {1971}

Pinl, M. {1970}

Pitcher, Everett {1978}   [American Mathematical Society]

Pitman, H. Russ {1973}   [Rice University, Office of the President]

Pitzer, Kenneth S. {1968}

Polking, John C. {1979, 1981}

Pollock, William F. {1971}

Pope, Carl R. {1972}   [Institute for Advanced Study]

Post, Gaines {1971}

Prakash, N. {1970}

Press, Michelle {1972}   [American Scientist]

Price-Williams, Douglass {1969}

Princeton University Press {1972}

Procita, Leonard {1966}

Proshansky, Harold M. {1972}

Prudential Insurance Co. {1971}

Quigley, Edward J. {1965, 1970, 1972}   [Harcourt, Brace and World and Hafner Press]

Quinn, Frank J. {1972}

Rabinowicz, Ernest {1972}

Rahr, David G. {1972}   [Princeton University, Alumni Association]

Ramsay, Beatty H. {1971}

Randol, Burton {1976}

Random House {1979}

Rao, A. S. {1981}

Rauch, Harry E. {1974}

Reasoner, Harry M. {1981}   [Rice University, Alumni Association]

Redding, J. B. and Son {1972}

Reese, Lawrence L. Ruiz {1978}

Reiche, Frank P. {1970, 1971, 1972}   [Smith, Stratton, Wise]

Renaissance Quarterly {1978}

Rendell, Kenneth M., Jr. {1971}   [Princeton University, Real Estate Department]

Resnikoff, Howard L. {1968}

Rice, George J. {1972}

Rice University Studies {Undated}

Rohmann, Paul H. {1977}   [Kent State University Press]

Ronchi, Vasco {1978, 1979, 1980}

Rosen, Edward {1973}

Rosen, Pinhas {1970}   [Rothschild Prizes Organization]

Rosenberg, Alex {1973, 1974}   [Mathematical Association of America]

Rosenblum, Charles {1973}

Rosser, J. Barkley {1970}

Rossi, Hugo {1972}d

Rota, Gian-Carlo {1974, 1975, 1979}   [Encyclopedia of Mathematics]

Rubel, Lee A. {1973}

Rubin, Beth {1968}   [McCutchen Publishing Company]

Rudin, Walter {1971}

Ryff, John V. {1971}

Sachs, Alexander {1965}

Sadler, M. O. {1968}   [Rice University, Personnel]

Salkow, Gregory M. {1970, 1971}

Scarf, Herbert E. {1974}

Schary, Dore {1972}

Schary, Miriam {1972}

Schoenberg, I. J. {1970}

Schoenfeld, Lowell {1971}

Schoenfield, J. R. {1971}

Schroth, Gerald P. {1971}   [First National Bank of Princeton]

Schwammberger, Virginia Ed. {1971}

Scribner, Charles, Jr. {1971}   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Seeger, Raymond J. {1971, 1972}   [National Science Foundation]

Seeley, Robert T. {1972}

Selberg, Hedvig {1975}

Sell, George R. {1974}

Shapiro, Betty J. {1968, 1969}   [W. A. Benjamin]

Shapiro, Mrs. Julian {1971}

Shklarsky, E. {1970}

Simons, James {1969}

Sisco, Helen R. {1971}   [Prudential Insurance Company]

Slater, Marguerite B. {1970}

Sloan Foundation. Arthur P. {1981}

Smith, Cyril Stanley {1971}

Smith, Edgar S. {1971}   [Smith, Stratton, Wise and Heher]

Snow, Jack L. {1968}   [AAA-World Wide Travel Service]

Spain, David M. {1973}

Speiser, David {1982}

Spellman, John {1971}

Spencer, Don {1971}

Spivak, Michael {1974}

Stanford University Press {1977}

Statler Hilton {1964}

Stein, Elias M. {1971, 1975}

Steiner, Eugene F. {1979}

Steiner, George {1974, 1975}

Stigler, Stephen M. {1973}

Stix, Thomas Howard {1971}

Strichartz, R. {1975}

Struik, Dirk J. {1972}

Strzelecki, E. {1973}   [Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society]

Sullivan, Laurie {1971, 1973, 1975, 1980}   [Charles Scribner's Sons]

Sweet, William H. {1965}

Swerdlow, Noel {1973, 1974}

Tangherlini, Frank R. {1964}

Tanner, Daniel {1976}

Tarwater, Dalton {1972, 1973}

Taton, Rene {1976}

Taylor, Angus E. {1973, 1976}

Taylor, Barnard {1968, Undated}

Taylor, Michael {1980}

Taylor, S. James {1974}

Teague, James U. {1978}

Temple, George {1961}

Tenner, Edward {1980, 1981}   [Princeton University Press]

Tnackeray, Arnold {1978}

Thomas, Emery {1973}

Thomas, G. F. {1961}

Thomas, Roy E. {1968}   [Princeton University Press]

Thurston, William P. {1979, 1980, 1981}

Truesdell, Clifford {1974, 1976}

Tsanoff, Radoslav A. {1968}

Tucker, Mary {Undatedd}

Ubell, Robert {1975}   [Plenum]

Underwood, Carolyn D. {1975}   [Institute for Advanced Study]

Vaghi, Carla {1982}

Vandiver, Frank E. {1970, 1975, 1979}   [Rice University, Office of the President and Texas A and M, Office of the President]

Van Helden, Albert {1979}

Veech, William A. {1979, 1981}

Vlastos, Gregory {1963, Undated}

Wadsworth, Frank W. {1968}

Wallace, Andrew {1969}

Wallace, William A. {1972}

Walsh, Margaret A. {1980}   [University of Wisconsin Press]

Walters, G. King {1976, 1980, 1981}

Wedding, R. T. {1976}

Weinberg, Alvin M. {1969}   [Oak Ridge National Laboratory]

Weissenberger, Klaus {1978}

Wells, Ronald O., Jr. {1969, 1981}

Westman, Robert S. {1972, 1973, 1976}

Weyl, F. Joachim {1975}

White, Morton {1973}

Wiener, Philip P. {1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, Undated}   [Charles Scribner's Sons and Journal of the History of Ideas

Wigner, Eugene P. {1973}

Wolfman, Kirby {1971}

Woodward, Ronald N. {1971}

Wray, Vernon J. {1972, Undated}

Xanthakis, I. {1973}   [Greek Mathematical Society]

Yano, Kentaro {1971, 1973, 1975}

Yau, Shing-Tung {1979, 1980, 1981}   [Institute for Advanced Study]

Zervos, S. P. {1973}

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