A Guide to the C. Truesdell Papers,
19391989





Creator: 
Truesdell, C. (Clifford),
1919 

Title: 
C. Truesdell
Papers 

Dates: 
19211989 

Abstract: 
Papers document
research of Clifford Ambrose Truesdell III in rational mechanics and its
history, and his role in the development of the field since the late 1940s.
Included are correspondence, lecture and course notes, lists of publications
and lectures, drafts, galleys and page proofs of publications, grant proposals,
reports, reprints, and photographs. 

Accession No.: 
8631; 894 

Extent: 
18 ft.; manuscript,
typescript, printed, photographic 

Laguage: 
Materials are written in
English. 

Repository: 
Dolph Briscoe Center for American
History, The University of Texas at
Austin 
Clifford Ambrose Truesdell III (19192000) was born in Los Angeles, California, on
February 18, 1919. He was educated at the California Institute of Technology
(B.S., mathematics and physics, l941; M.S., mathematics, 1942), Brown
University (Certificate in Mechanics, 1942), and Princeton University (Ph.D.,
1943). Truesdell worked briefly at the University of Michigan, the Radiation
Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Naval Ordnance
and Research Laboratories, before taking positions at Indiana University (19501961)
and The Johns Hopkins University (l9611989). Truesdell's primary research
interest was rational mechanics, a branch of mathematics involving the
mathematical formulation and deductive study of the concepts of mechanics.
He published numerous books and papers in several areas of rational
mechanics, including continuum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and
thermodynamics. Truesdell wrote extensively on the history of rational
mechanics, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He
founded three journals: Journal of Rational Mechanics and Analysis (cofounder,
1952), Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis (founder, 1957), and Archive for History of Exact Sciences (founder, 1960). Truesdell died on January
14, 2000.
Papers are chiefly drafts and proofs of Truesdell's publications,
often with several drafts of the same publication. Few publications prior to
1965 are represented; unpublished manuscripts date to 1942. Also included
are lists and texts of public lectures and notes on Truesdell's courses, both
dating to 1942, and Truesdell's student class notes. Biographical
and autobiographical writings and reminiscences by and about Truesdell are
included, along with summaries of Truesdell's correspondence with his
associates J. L. Ericksen, W. Noll, and R. A. Toupin. Included are correspondence,
lecture and course notes, lists of publications and lectures, drafts, galley
and page proofs, grant proposals, reports, reprints, and photographs. The
collection was transferred in l984 from the American Institute of Physics Niels
Bohr Library in New York. The container list was prepared by Truesdell and
constitutes a commentary on the papers.
Forms part of the Archives of American Mathematics.



Organization 

Organized by Truesdell into sixteen series: 




1. Truesdell & Noll  The Nonlinear Field Theories of
Mechanics 


2. Manuscripts of short publications, 19561983 


3. Manuscripts of publications and lectures 


4. Lectures on foundations of kinetic theory and statistical
mechanics 


5. Notes for Truesdell's courses that did not become the basis of
books 


6. Materials connected with the textbook on continuum
mechanics 


7. Early draughts leading to the book by Truesdell &
Bharatha,
Concepts and Logic of Classical Thermodynamics as a Theory of
Heat Engines, Developed upon the Foundation laid by S. Carnot and F.
Reech 


8. Materials connected with
The Tragicomical History of Thermodynamics, 18221854 


9. Materials connected with
Fundamentals of Maxwell's Kinetic Theory 


10.
Introduction to Rational Elasticity 


11. Unpublished papers and original manuscripts of papers
translated or mangled by editors 


12. Notes taken by Truesdell in courses at the California
Institute of Technology, (19391942); Princeton University, (l942l943); and
Indiana University (19501953) 


13. Notes on miscellaneous lectures 


14. Biographical and autobiographical material 


15. Published works 


16. Additions 


17. Items connected with
Archive for History of Exact Sciences 
Access Restrictions
Unrestricted access.
Use Restrictions
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retrieval from offsite storage.







Subjects (Persons) 


Bharatha, Subramanyam, 1945 


Ericksen, J. L. (Jerald L.),
1924 


Muncaster, R. G. 


Noll, W. (Walter), 1925 


Toupin, Richard A., 1926 


Truesdell, C. (Clifford),
1919 


Wang, Chaocheng, 1938 

Subjects (Organizations) 


Archive for History of Exact
Sciences 


Archive for Rational Mechanics and
Analysis 


Brown University 


California Institute of
Technology 


Indiana University 


Johns Hopkins University 


Journal of Rational Mechanics and
Analysis 


Massachusetts Institute of
Technology 


Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Radiation Laboratory 


Naval Ordnance Laboratory (White Oak,
Md.) 


Naval Research Laboratory (U.
S.) 


Princeton University 

Subjects 


Continuum mechanics 


Mathematics historians 


Mechanics, Analytic 


Rational mechanics 


Science  History 


Statistical mechanics 


Thermodynamics 
Truesdell's papers were transferred to the Archives of American
Mathematics from the American Institute of Physics Center for the History of
Physics in 1984.
C. Truesdell Papers, 19391989, Archives of American Mathematics,
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.
Note that this inventory was prepared by Truesdell himself and many
entries include personal comments on the materials in his collection.
Detailed Description of the Papers















Series 1  Truesdell and Noll, The
nonlinear field theories of mechanics, (SP 100) 
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First complete manuscript: 




Part one, paragraphs 160,
19601963 




Part two, paragraphs 6198,
19601963 




Part three, paragraphs, 99117,
19601963 
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First galley proofs, corrected July 1963January
1965 



Second galley proofs, corrected FebruaryMay
1965 
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Manuscript used for typesetting: 




Part one, paragraphs 141,
May 1963January 1965 




Part two, paragraphs 4278,
May 1963January 1965 
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Part three, paragraphs 79103,
May 1963January 1965 




Part four, paragraphs 104130, includes references,
May 1963January 1965 
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Manuscript, first draft: 




Pages 1499 




Pages 500910, references, pp. B1B85 
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Manuscript, revised and supplementary pages, 96
rev888B, references B78 revB82 rev to the first draft 



Manuscript, second revised and supplementary pages, 117
(rev)2836A(rev), references B57BR91 



Final manuscript: 




Pages F0F399 




Pages F400F720 
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Pages F721F999 




Pages F1000F1134, C122, P1P22, Q1Q45, references
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Revised and supplementary pages 



Galley proofs: 




Read by K. Zoller 




Read by the authors, pages 1259 
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Pages 260458 and supplementary pages read by the
authors 



Revised proofs 



Press proofs 















Series 2  Manuscripts of short publications,
19561983 
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Some short manuscripts,
19561970: 




On the history of the concept of
internal pressure, typescript, eighteen pages, condensed version of
lecture number 78, 1954, and the English original of the article in German,
publication number 82, 1956 




Reactions of late baroque mechanics to
success, conjecture, error, and failure in Newton's "Principia," to the
Newton Centenary Celebration, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, November 12,
1966. Lecture 360, also used for lectures 375, 384, and 387. First draft of
publication 157, 1967, and its revision, chapter 3 of publication
165 




Holograph manuscript, twelve pages, or the speech
accepting the Panetti Prize, January 1968, publication number 167, 1968 




Classical and modern continuum
theories, holograph, fortyeight pages, first draft of lecture number
396, 1968, publication number 154L6, 1968 




Sulle basi della termodinamica delle
miscele I, draft, holograph, seventeen pages, (perhaps written in Pisa
in February 1968 while Truesdell was writing Rational Thermodynamics), for
publication number 164, 1968 




A precise upper limit for the
correctness of the NavierStokes Theory with respect to the Kinetic
Theory: 





First draft, mainly holograph, partly typewritten,
fifteen pages, April 8, 1969 





Second draft, typescript with many handwritten
corrections, twentyone pages, April 14, 1969, leading to publication number
170, 1969 




De pressionibus negativis in sinu et in
pariete regionis fluido viscoso moventi impletae schedula, quam conscriptsit C.
Truesdell apud Universitatem Johns Hopkins University, Baltimorae et amico
mechanicoque illustrissimo B. Finzi ob diem natalem septuagesimum
dedicavit, first draft, holograph, thirtytwo pages, December 31, 1969,
of publication number 172, 1970 




The scholar's workshop and
tools: 





First draft, holograph, written between six p.m. and
eight p.m. for a discussion of historiography that evening, Truesdell was not
called upon to speak, Thursday, August 27, 1970 





Two pages cancelled from the typescript of a revised
draft of the foregoing, which resulted in publication number 187, 1973 




The scholar, a species threatened by
professions, banquet address to the society for History of Technology
and History of Science, Washington D. C., December 29, 1972, first draft of
publication number 203, 1976 




Leonard Euler, supreme geometer,
lecture number 424 more or less as delivered on April 24, 1971, converted to
the first draft of publication number 178, 1972 




The efficiency of a homogeneous heat
engine, publication number 185, 1973: 





Holograph manuscript, fortysix pages, first draft
of publication number 185, written during the evening of August 30, 1972 





Typescript, second or late draft with final
title 



Some short manuscripts, 19721979: 




Theoria de effectibus mechanicis Caloris…, holograph
draft, thirtyone pages, October 1, 1972, leading to publication number 184,
1973 




Universal flows in the simplest theories
of fluids: 





First draft, holograph, May 8, 1973 





Typescript draft of 1974, leading finally to
publication number 212 by Fosdick and Truesdell 




A simple example of an initialvalue
problem with more than one solution, first draft of publication number
195 (1974), holograph, eight pages, May 8, 1973 




History of classical mechanics,
second draft, typescript, fiftythree pages, with handwritten corrections,
March 1975, used to make the third draft of publication number 202,
1976 




Address on receipt of a Birkhoff Prize, typescript,
eleven pages, as read out on January 5, 1978, leading to publication number
217, 1978 




A conceptual outline of thermodynamics for students of
mechanics, text as read of lecture number 543, Pisa, May 17, 1978, typescript,
thirty pages, resulted in the Italian text, publication number 221,
1979 




The role of mathematics in sciences as exemplified by
the work of the Bernoullis and Euler, typescript resulting in publication
number 233, 1981, fiftyfour pages, text of lecture number 572 read at the
Biozentrum, Basel, December 4, 1979 




Tradition and history in
thermodynamics, holograph, twentythree pages, begun at six p.m. on
September 6, 1979 in Washington D. C., finished at two p.m. September 7 on the
plane to Chicago, text of lecture number 571A, [note: this lecture is one of
several sources used to make the Historical Introit of Rational Thermodynamics,
second edition, 1984] 




Proof that my work estimate implies the
ClausiusPlanck Inequality: 





Second draft, typescript, seventeen pages with
handwritten corrections to make the third draft, December 20, 1979 





Typescript of third draft with handwritten
corrections to make the fourth draft, thirteen pages, January 7, 1980 





Final draft, typescript with handwritten
corrections, incomplete, eleven pages, leading to publication number 231,
1980 
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Trois conférences sur la structure
conceptuelle de la thermodynamique classique, lectures number 474476
at Grenoble, December 17 and 18, 1973, resulting finally in publication number
199, "Les bases axiomatiques de la thermodynamique," 1975: 





Brouillon, 1973 





Revised text of 3éme Conférence 




Moon and Truesdell,
Interpretation of adscititious
inequalities through the effects pure shear stress produces upon an isotropic
elastic solid, publication number 193, 1974, first draft of this paper
was written by Moon, drafts from 19731974 




Truesdell and Moon,
Inequalities sufficient to ensure
semiinvertibility of isotropic functions, publication number 197,
1975, drafts from 19731974 




Improved Estimates of the Efficiencies
of irreversible heat engines, publication number 204, 1976: 





Holograph manuscript, twentyseven pages,
winter 1974 





Typescript of first draft corrected to form the
second draft, April 15, 1975, with a note of late March 1975 detecting errors
in the first draft 





Typescript of fourth draft with corrections leading
to the fifth and final draft, late spring, 1975 





Later draft, not yet final 




Correction of two errors in the kinetic
theory, which have been used to cast unfounded doubt upon the principles of
material frameindifference, publication number 214, 1977, various
related drafts of 19751976: 





On a shortcoming of the ChapmanEnskog
Process and on its misinterpretation as being evidence against the principle of
material frameindifference, undated fragment, typescript, fourteen
pages, perhaps written before the following drafts, perhaps
afterward 





On some misinterpretations of formulae
from the kinetic theory of gases which have been used to cast unfounded doubt
upon the principle of material frameindifference, and on the effects of
rotation according to the kinetic theory, holograph, about sixty pages,
begun on August 31, 1975, finished September 1 at midnight 





Second draft, September 15, 1975,
On errors in the kinetic theory of
gases which have been used to cast unfounded doubt upon the principle of
material frameindifference, and on the effects of rotation according to the
kinetic theory, altered to make the third draft, September 15, 1975 





Correction of two errors in the
kinetic theory of gases which have been used to cast unfounded doubt upon the
principle of material frameindifference, typescript with many
corrections, seventeen pages, written in Fall, 1975, corrected in June 1976
[note: this paper was at first intended as an abstract of part of the
foregoing, but in the end the work on rotation in those was left incomplete and
abandoned] 




Comments on rational continuum
mechanics, lecture as delivered in Rio de Janeiro, August 1, 2, 4, 1977
(#530, 531, 532), published in somewhat revised form as
Some challenges offered to analysis by
rational thermomechanics, publication number 219 (1978) and circulated
later privately in a version with printer's errors corrected 




History of constitutive
relations: 





Lecture number 589, September 1, 1980, publication
number 226, 1980 





Shortened for delivery, with closure written in
Naples, and with Xerox copies of transparencies 




The nature and use of constitutive relations, lecture
number 559A, abstracted in publication number 227A 
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The computer, ruin of science and threat
to mankind, outline, January 1980, holograph, two pages and typescript
of lecture number 577 as delivered at Milano, February 7, 1980 with handwritten
corrections and notes made during the meeting, [note: this text is the first
draft of publication number 234, and Italian translation. It served also as
part of the first draft of the essay of the same title in An idiot's fugitive
essays, 1984] 




Rapport sure le pli cachété No. 126 (de
Cauchy), first draft, typescript of publication number 230 (1980),
eleven pages, February 1980 




The kinetic theory of gases, a challenge
to analysts, typescript as read of lecture number 585, April 25, 1980,
leading to publication number 235, 1982 




Speech for commemoration of Daniel Bernoulli, lecture
number 616, on September 5, 1982: 





First draft, holograph, fiftyfour pages, written
with my greataunt Yetta's gold pen, finished ("laus deo") on August 1, 1982 





Fair copy, holograph, of the same date, August 1, 1982 




The influence of elasticity upon
analysis: The classic heritage, [note: the text of the lecture,
shortened from this manuscript for delivery on August 25, 1982, is preserved in
my notes of miscellaneous lectures, number 615]: 





Holograph abstract, three pages and typescript,
June 8, 1982 





Typescript of text for publication with handwritten
alterations, March/April 1983, finished May 20, 1983, thirtytwo
pages 





Nearly final text with holograph additions,
thirtysix pages, June 1983 





Final text of publication number 240 




Correction of some errors published in
this journal, (
The Journal of NonNewtonian Fluid
Mechanics): 




Note by Truesdell: 




The postscript on the fifth draft, deleted here, was later
restored. At my request the second draft was refereed and checked for
correctness by someone unconnected with Noll or me. When I discovered that
Rivlin and his sycophants made a different error in each of their papers, I
recalled the accepted manuscript for revision. The final draft was also, at my
request, checked and refereed. 





Second draft corrected to make the third, typescript
with handwritten alterations, three pages, November 1983 





Fourth draft corrected to make the fifth, five
pages, November 16, 1983 





Revised manuscript, December 1983 




Preface to the reissue of Volume Via of
The Encyclopedia of Physics,
holograph, eleven pages, September 15, 1983 




Absolute temperature as a consequence of
Carnot's general axiom, publication number 220, 1979: 





First draft 





Corrections, October 11, 1978 





Text after five revisions, November 6, 1978 





Text after six revisions, December 1, 1978 




Texts of lectures in German and Italian, which served
as first drafts of publications number 95, 88, 72L, and 96, 19561957 




Texts of lectures on thermodynamics, which are first
drafts of publications number 154L2. 163, chapter one of 169, and 206,
19661973 




Texts of lectures in German and Italian, which served
as first drafts of publications number 95, 88, 72L, and 96, 19561957: 





Lecture 101,
Neuere Anschauugen über die Geschichte
der allgemeinen, Mechanik, Basler Mathematische Gesellschaft, December
2, 1956, first draft for lecture 101, published as publication number
95 





Lecture 102,
Sulle equazioni fondamentali della
termodinamica irreversibile, Seminario Mathematico dell'Universitàdi
Bologna, March 1, 1957. Also Lecture 103. First draft for publication number
88 





Lecture 104,
L'ipoelasticità, Seminario
Matematico dell'Università, Napoli, March 23, 1957. Also Lectures 104107.
Published after mangling by Manarino as publication number 72L 





Neuere Entwicklungen in der
klassischen statistischen Mechanik und in der kinetischen Gastheorie,
Gastvorlesung an dem Institut für Struktur der Materie der Universität Marburg
a.d. Lahn, May 28June 5, 1957. First draft of publication number 96, before
the improvements and Procrustean abridgments by D. Morgenstern 





Lecture 110,
Darlegung einiger Grund probleme der
statistischen Mechanik und der kitetischen Gastheorie 





Lecture 111,
Zurückführung des asymptotischen
Problems auf Begriffe der Wahrscheinlichskeitstheorie 





Lecture 112,
Khinchin's Beweis des
Boltzmannschen 





Lecture 113,
Khinchin's Lösung des Erogdenproblems
der statistischen Mechanik 





Lecture 113,
Khinchin's Lösung des Erogdenproblems
der statistischen Mechanik 





Lecture 114,
Ein iteratives Lösungsverfahren für
die kinetische Gastheorie 





Lecture 115,
Ein mathematisches Modell für das
Momentengleichungssystems der kinetischen Gastheorie 





Lecture 116,
Exakte Lösung für
Scherbewegung 





Lecture 117,
Statistische Herleitung der
Feldgleichungen der Thermomechanik der Kontinua durch IrvingKirkwood and
Noll 




Texts of lectures on thermodynamics that are first
drafts of publications number 154L2, 163, chapter one of 169, and 206:






Lecture 267,
Thermodynamics of deformation,
to the Solvay Congress on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics, University of
Chicago, May 17, 1965. First draft of publication number 154L2 





Lecture 322,
Termodinamica per
principianti, to the Convegno dei Meccanici Italiani, Accademia
Nazionale, Modena, May 29, 1966. Also lectures 321 and 323. Abridged from an
unpublished draft of publication number 163 and published in revised for as
publication number 163L2 





Lecture 324,
Thermodynamics for beginners,
to the IUTAM Symposium on Irreversible Thermodynamics in Continuous Media,
Vienna, June 22, 1966. First draft of publication number 163, which formed the
basics of chapter one of publication number 169 





Lecture 379,
Termodinamica fondamentale,
Seminario Matematico dell'Universitàdi Torino, january 10, 1968. Used also for
lecture 380. Second draft of chapter one of publication number 169; published,
with some revision, as publication number 163L2 





Lectures of 1973 at the Istituto Interdisciplinare
per le Applicazioni della Matematica, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome,
January 19, 23, 25, and 27, 1973. First draft of publication number
206: 






Lecture 461,
La dottrina dei calori latenti e
calori specifici, e la velocitàdel suono secondo Laplace
(1816) 






Lecture 462,
La termodinamica di Sadi Carnot
(1824) 






Lecture 463,
La termodinamica di Clausius (1850,
1854) 






Lecture 464,
Il rendimento delle macchine
termiche secondo la termodinamica razionale di oggi 















Series 3  Manuscripts of publications and lectures

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The bound copy of
The Mechanical Foundations
(publication number 43, 1952) with the published corrections and additions
incorporated and with some further alterations, the whole forming the basis for
the reprint titled
Continuum Mechanics I (publication
number 43R,
1956) 



Editor's introduction to volume 13 of series 2 of
L. Euleri Opera omnia (publication
number 77, 1956), manuscript sent to press 



The rational mechanics of flexible or
elastic bodies, 16381788, (publication number 111, 1960), first 210
pages of the manuscript typewritten in Madison, summer 1958, and sent to press




Essays in the history of
mechanics, (publication number 165, 1968), manuscript of the front
matter and pages 171387 (roughtly 173366 of the printed volume) 
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The mechanics of Leonardo da
Vinci: 




Lecture 83, public lecture at Indiana University,
Bloomington, October 14, 1954 




Lecture 123, Washington Philosophical Society,
March 7, 1958 




Lecture 257, University of Washington, November 5,
1964. Also lectures number 266 and 268. Publication number 165P, an abridgment,
was based on this text or a revision of it. 




Typescript as sent tot he printer for essay one of
Essays in the history of mechanics, publication number 165, 168 



Manuscripts of some other new essays for publication
number 165,
Essays in the history of
mechanics,
1968: 




Essay four,
The creation and unfolding of the
concept of stress, holograph, 1968, seventyfive numbered pages with
some intermediary sheets, and with notes directing that parts of publication
number 117 (1961) be incorporated 




Essay six,
Early kinetic theories of gases,
holograph 1967, about sixtyvive pages, with some typewritten sheets and some
pages pasted up from extracts from my course notes on statistical mechanics and
the kinetic theory as given at Johns Hopkins 




Appendix one, selected reviews and a preface, withheld
and the publishers request [note: all but one of these were published, some of
them somewhat revised in
An Idiot's Fugitive Essays,
1984] 



Six lectures on modern natural
philosophy, lectures at the Johns Hopkins University, February 925,
1965, based on lectures at the University of Washington, November 212, 1964,
and serving as the first draft of publication number 153: 
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Twelve Centennial
Lectures at the Drexel Institute of Technology, 19661967, in two
binders. The manuscripts of the first nine served as the first drafts of the
book: 





Volume I: Lectures 359, 361, 362, 364, 365,
366 





Volume II: Lectures 367, 368, 370, 371, 372,
374 




Manuscript, typed by Charlotte Truesdell in Pisa,
February 1968, and sent to press from Amsterdam on April 1, 1968 




Part of a rejected draft, alterations made in March
1969 white the manuscript was in the hands of the press, and six galley proofs
marked with important alterations. 
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Manuscript of lecture 631 on Leonardo da Vinci read at
the Hammer Symposium, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore,
May 14, 1983: 




Preliminary abstract,
Renaissance Science, holograph,
five pages, December 31, 1982 




Outline, "The Codex Hammer in context: Renaissance
science," holograph, thirteen pages, printed in the leaflets distributed at the
symposium 




First draft of the lecture,
The mechanics of fluids in the Codex
Hammer, holograph 




The Codex Hammer in context: Renaissance
science, typescript of the second draft, corrected to make the
second, May 1983 




Fundamental hydromechanics in Codex
Hammer, typescript of the first draft, corrected to form the third,
May 20, 1983 















Series 4  Lectures on foundations of kinetic theory and
statistical mechanics 

Note by Truesdell 

Notes on the course first given in 1950/1951 and more or less
biennially for more than twenty years thereafter; after the first time these
notes were simultaneously drafts of a book of the same title, never completed
as such. 

This course was my first course at Indiana University. The topic
had been requested by Gilbarg. Among the students in 19501951 were Serrin and
Ericksen. The final examination is bound in at the end of the notes. On that
examination Serrin did original research on the methods of Hilbert and Enskog
and got the grade A+. Noll and Morgenstern studied these notes, especially in
my seminar in the summer of 1954, and Morgenstern followed the course itself in
19541955, during which Morgenstern improved Khichin's proof of Boltzmann's
law. Noll's paper "Die Herleitung der Grundgleichungen der Thermomechanik der
Kontinua aus der statistischen Mechanik," 1955, grew from a report he gave in
the seminar of 1954; so did the two papers by Morgenstern, and so did several
papers by Ikenberry. This course and related seminars gave rise to all of my
papers in its field, including:
 Number 45, "On the viscosity of fluids according to the
kinetic theory," 1952
 Number 78 (coauthor E. Ikenberry) and 79, "On the
pressures and the flux of energy in a gas according to Maxwell's kinetic
theory," 1956
 Number 96, "Neuere Entwicklungen in der klassischen
statistischen Mechanik und der kinetischen Gastheorie, ausgearbeitet von D.
Morgenstern," 1958
 Number 121, "Ergodic theory in classical statistical
mechanics," 1961
 Lecture five of number 153, Six
Lectures on Modern Natural Philosophy, 1966
 Essay six in number 165, Essays in
the History of Mechanics, 1968
 Lectures 810 of number 169, Rational
thermodynamics, 1969
 Number 170, "A precise upper limit for the correctness of
the NavierStokes theory with respect to the kinetic theory," 1969
 Number 186, Mathematical aspects of
the kinetic theory of gases, 1973
 Number 198, "Early kinetic theories of gases," 1975
 Number 214, "Correction of two errors in the kinetic theory
of gases which have been used to cast unfounded doubt upon the principle of
material frameindifference," 1977
 Number 224, coauthor R. G. Muncaster,
Fundamentals of Maxwell's kinetic theory of a simple
monotomic gas, treated as a branch of rational mechanics, 1980


Still in my hands are the notes of the last version of the course
itself, which I had hoped to write up some day as an elementary introduction to
the material in publications number 121 and 224 along with an exposition of
some of the more recent researches on equilibrium statistics. 
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Notes of 1950/1951, Bloomington, holograph,
approximately 250 pages, followed by some holograph notes for additions and the
final examination 



Notes of 1952/1953, Bloomington, typescript, with
equations filled in by various students, and a table of contents made by one of
them. These notes were intended as the first draft of a book. 
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Notes of 1954/1955, Bloomington, second draft of the
book, new typescript, again with equations filled in by various students,
followed by a holograph manuscript of the start of part four. 



Notes of 1961/1962, Baltimore, hectographed, 460 pages.
These notes included the improved treatment of ergodic theory at Varenna,
presented in publication number 120 















Series 5  Notes for Truesdell's courses that did not
become the basis of books 
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His own notes: 




At the University of Maryland: 





Mathematics for engineers, 19461947 





Electricity and magnetism, Math 239, 19481949 





Functions of a complex variable, 19491950 





Algebra, Math 103, 1950 




At Indiana University: 





Elasticity, 1951 





Hydrodynamics, 19511952 





Analytical dynamics, 1952 
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Elementary differential equations, 1953 





Elasticity, spring 1958 





Fluid mechanics, 19591960 





Theory of functionals, 19591960 




At Johns Hopkins University: 





Classical continuum theories, 19641965 





NavierStokes equations, 1967 





Classical hydrodynamics, 1969 



Charlotte Truesdell's notes on Clifford Truesdell's
elementary courses at Johns Hopkins: 




Linear algebra, late 1960s 




Fluid mechanics, 1969 















Series 6  Materials connected with the textbook on
continuum mechanics (Publications number 183, 196, 211) 
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First draft of the preface for number 183 (French
translation), typescript, two pages,
February 22, 1971 



Draft of the preface to number 211, typescript, six
pages,
October 1976 



Corrected galley proofs of number 211 



Corrected page proofs of number 211 















Series 7  Early drafts leading to the book by Truesdell
and Bharatha,
Concepts and Logic of Classical
Thermodynamics as a Theory of Heat Enginees, Developed upon the Foundation Laid
by S. Carnot and F. Reech (publication number 213,
1977) 
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The logical structure of classical
thermodynamics according to Reech, holograph manuscript,
October 1, 1973 



The logical structure of the classical
thermodynamics of reversible processes, developed upon the foundation laid by
F. Reech (1851/3) 




Third draft, October 21, 1973 




Corrected to make the fourth draft, November 5, 1973 




Fifth draft, November 12, 1973, corrected to make the
sixth draft, November 25, 1973 




Draft after the sixth, used to make one before the
ninth, undated 




Some pages of the ninth draft, April 30, 1974, altered
for the tenth, May 1974 



The logical structure of classical
thermodynamics developed upon the foundation laid by F. Reech (1851/3),
tenth draft, June 4, 1974, corrected to make the eleventh draft,
July 15, 1974 
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The concepts and logic of classical
thermodynamics developed upon the foundation laid by F. Reech (1851/3),
twelfth draft, August 15, 1974, altered to make the thirteenth draft,
September 5, 1974 



The concepts and logic of classical
thermodynamics as a theory of heat engines, rigorously constructed upon the
foundation laid by F. Reech 




Fourteenth draft corrected to make the fifteenth,
January 19, 1975 




Fifteenth draft corrected to make the sixteenth and
seventeenth, October 15, 1975, with the final title and with Bharatha's name
added as coauthor 




Seventeenth draft, October 30, 1975, corrected to form
the eighteenth, January 1976, followed by some pages with notes by
Bharatha 
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Eighteenth draft, corrected to make the
nineteenth, January 1976 




Sheets from the nineteenth draft on which corrections
were made to obtain the twentieth, summer 1976 




Twentieth draft, June 3, 1976, revised August 4, 1976
and set to press: 





Part one 





Part two 




Corrected galley proofs 




Manuscript material used to make alterations on the
galley proofs, August 17, 1977 















Series 8  Materials connected with
The Tragicomical History of
Thermodynamics, 18221854, (Publication 225) 

Note by Truesdell 

While writing the fifth draft, here preserved, I came to think
that Reech's ideas could form the basis of a modern axiomatic treatment. That
idea led eventually to the book by Bharath and me, Concepts and Logic,
publication number 213, drafts of which are included in another part of this
collection. From 1973 onward I developed both books alternatingly. Between 1973
and 1979 the manuscript The Tragicomical History went through many drafts, at
least four. Each of those was made by altering the sheets of the preceding
draft. Numbers eight, nine and ten, preserved by accident, provide
specimens. 
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The Tragicomedy of Classical
Thermodynamics: 




Holograph manuscript of part one, eighty
pages, late July 1970 




Part two, seventysix pages [note: this text, after
revision for a year, was published without Truesdell's authorization as
publication number 225P, 1973] 




Apparently the text of publication 225P, shortened for
delivery as a lecture in 1970 or 1971 




Second draft, September 15, 1970, with corrections
converting it to the third draft, mainly holograph, pages numbered and
renumbered in batches as given to the typist, about eightyeight pages numbered
in Arabic numerals, about thirtyfour in roman capitals, about thirtyfive in
larger Arabic numerals 




Third draft, corrected to become the fourth draft,
manuscript as given to the typist but only through Rankine's work, September 1971 




Sixth draft, formed by correcting and supplementing
the first, August 1973 




Pages for an early draft, probably of 1976, discarded
in the early summer of 1978 
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The Tragicomical History:





Tenth draft converted to the eleventh, summer 1978 




Revisions: 





October 1978 





November 1978 





December 1978 
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Manuscript as sent to press (probably), 1979 
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Corrected galley proofs 




Corrected page proofs 




Second draft of the letter to Muttonhead Lervig
regarding his lies about
The Tragicomical History in his
review, 1983 















Series 9  Materials connected with
Fundamentals of Maxwell's Kinetic
Theory, publication number 224,
1980 

Note by Truesdell 

The text of this book is of three origins: 1. Truesdell's ideas
deriving from the notes for his lectures for his biennial course, beginning in
the august of 1950, from his publications number 45 (1952), 78 and 79 (1956),
170 (1960) and 124 (1977) and his multiplied lectures at Rio de Janeiro (see
below). 2. Mucaster's Ph.D. thesis at Johns Hopkins (see below) 3. Work done by
Truesdell and Mucaster in collaboration starting in 1973 or 1974 and continuing
through the page proofs of the book. Much of the material went through ten to
twenty drafts, or even more. Each draft was made by correcting the sheets of
the preceding draft, and at each stage the old manuscript was destroyed. 
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The kinetic theory of gases as a branch of
rational mechanics, lectures number 439445, 451, 452, 455457,
delivered at Rio de Janeiro in
MayJune 1972: 




First draft of lectures oneseven 




The notes of all the lectures as issued by the
Instituto de Matemática, Univeridade Federal do Rio de Janeiro 



Muncaster's Ph.D. thesis,
Constitutive relations in the kinetic
theory of gases, Johns Hopkins,
1975 



Draft of chapter one,
Mathematical aspects of the kinetic theory
of gases, publication number 186, May 1, 1973, extensively corrected in
February and October 1974 "with the assistance of R. G. Muncaster," revised and
amplified in the summer of 1975 with the title changed to
Fundamentals of the kinetic theory of a
simple monotomic gas with Muncaster listed as coauthor 



"Epilogue": 




First draft by Muncaster, revisions by Truesdell,
SeptemberOctober 1978 




Second draft with further corrections by both authors,
November 16, 1978 
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Manuscript as sent to press 
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Corrected galley proofs 



Corrected page proofs 















Series 10 
Introduction to rational elasticity,
by C. C. Wang and C. Truesdell, publication number 182,
1973 
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First draft for §II.7, holograph, thirtythree pages




Finished typescript (not the final text, which was made
by repeated alterations of copies reproduced from this original), chapters one
through seven: 




Chapters one and two 




Chapter three 




Chapter four 




Chapter five 
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Chapter six 




Chapter seven 















Series 11  Unpublished papers and original manuscripts of
papers translated or mangled by editors,
19421966 
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"Some exercises in elementary calculus," Brown, followed
by a note on a lost manuscript developing Problem III,
summer 1942 



"A set of algebraic functions," probably Brown,
summer 1942 



"Some transformations of power series," probably in Ann
Arbor,
19431944 



"Certain infinite integrals involving sinh x and cosh
x," either in Ann Arbor or Boston,
19431944 



"A transformation of the equation of hydrodynamics,"
written for Monroe Martin in Washington,
19471948 



"Is classical mechanics a dead language?," abandoned
exordium of a general lecture,
1950 



"On the vorticity theorem of Ertel and Rossby,"
beginning of a paper, abandoned,
ca. 1951 



Review of "Higher transcendental functions" by the
Bateman Manuscript Project, written for the American Mathematical Monthly but
censored by Allendoerfer. The censored version is publication number 71




"A reversal theorem for finite elastic strain," set
aside and forgotten for ten years after its results had been rediscovered and
generalized by Shield,
summer 1959 



"Potentials," correct text of publication number 112,
before editorial mangling 



"Unified field theories," correct text of publication
number 113, before editorial mangling 



"Besprechung mit dem Basler Erziehungsdepartement,"
morning,
February 17, 1961 



"Inequalities in finite elastic strain," introduction to
the lecture at Brown on
December 6, 1962 



Afterdinner speech for the Society for Natural
Philosophy, New York,
March 22, 1962 



Introduction to the lecture at the Pinebrook Conference,
summer 1965 



Comment on the paper by Hans Ziegler and Donald McVean,
"Zum begriff des elastischen Körpers," Z. Angew, Mathematical Physics [?], vol.
17, 1919194 (1966), one of two versions offered to that journal, the one
printed, much shorter, is publication number 158 



Works abandoned or published only in translations not
made by Truesdell himself: 




The fundamental principles of analytic
fluid dynamics, first draft of what was to be half of a book written by
Neményi and Truesdell, multiplied manuscript of 1947/1948 issued as a Technical
Note of the Mechanics Division of the U. S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, bound in
black cloth, eight chapters, bibliography, and appendix on vectorial and dyadic
formulas. The handwriting is partly Truesdell's, party Charlotte
Brudno's. 
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The motion of fluids, Part two: The
foundations of analytical fluid dynamics, second and enlarged draft of
part of the foregoing, chapters four, five and six, holograph, partly
transparencies, preceded by a prospectus of the whole work and followed by
transparencies of the bibliography of the foregoing, written at the U. S. Naval
Research Laboratory, bound in black cloth, 19491950 [Note: these chapters may
be regarded as a crude and immature first draft of chapters bd of The
classical field theories, publication number 107], 1960 




A general introduction to fluid
dynamics, holograph transparencies of chapters four and six, preceded
by a table of contents of the part Neményi intended to write and followed by
the transparencies of the appendix to number one, above, [Note: these two
chapters, based in part of publications number 13P, 13, 17, 17L, 18, 18L, 23,
23P, 29, 29P, 30, 30A1, 30A2, and 64P, all written at the Naval Laboratories,
may be regarded as a first draft of much of
The kinematics of vorticity,
publication number 64], 1954 
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Kinematics of fluid motion,
19661967, intended as a second edition of
The kinematics of vorticity,
typescript of chapters twofour, followed by some fugitive notes, the whole
sent to WanLee Yin in 1982 for him to use or not in the volume he had agreed
to write 




Introduction to rational
thermomechanics, typescript of chapters fourteensixteen of my textbook
on continuum mechanics, sent to Masson & Cie in 1973 for translation into
French, according to contract, which Masson broke. Essentially this text was
sent later to Russia, was translated into Russian, and appeared in publication
number 196 




Rational thermomechanics,
typescript of the English original, 1974, for the Italian translation appearing
as publication number 223 in 1979, marred by numerous and serious
misprints 




Textbook of classical
thermodynamics, 1979, based in part on notes for the course given in
1974 at the Georgia Institute of Technology as written up and augmented by S.
Passman 




Short manuscripts: 





Beginning of
Conservation principles for classical
continuum mechanics in any affine space, written probably in
19611963 





The mechanics of Galileo,
holograph draft, 1969, perhaps typewritten for lectures 396A/396D, before
Truesdell decided to use Salusbury's translation instead of making his
own 





Rational thermodynamics, mixtures, and
structured continua, report on two ItalianAmerican meetings in Italy,
June 1974, rejected by
Science 





Truesdell's translation of Fichera's ridiculous
obituary of Tricomi, late 1970s, probably published by Fichera, Truesdell did
not permit his name to be used 





Comments on David Speiser's papers on impact of
unsymmetric bodies and on a corresponding MaxwellBoltzmann equation,
LouvainLaNeuve, May 1979, not intended for publication 





Informal comments on history of
mathematical sciences by and for active scientists, typescript of rough
draft, nineteen pages, followed by a copy with alternations, abandoned,
1983 





Should history of science be written
only by licensed professionals?, holograph manuscript, twentyone
pages, abandoned, 1983 















Series 12  Notes taken by Truesdell in courses at the
California Institute of Technology (19391942), Princeton University
(19421943) and Indiana University (19501953) 
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Mathematical physics, Ph 5 abc, W. V. Houston,
19391940 



Elementary number theory, Ma 119, Morgan Ward,
19401941 



Functions of a real variable, Ma 106, A. D. Michal,
19401941 



Geometry, Ma 113, L. E. Wear,
19401941 



Modern differential geometry, Ma 256, A. D. Michal,
19411942 



Applications of tensor analysis, Ma 1116, A. D. Michal,
1942 



Analysis, Ma 114, Morgan Ward,
19411942 



Statistical mechanics, Ch 224, S. Epstein,
1941 



Partial differential equations, Ma 258 bc, H. Bateman,
1941 



Methods of mathematical physics, Ma 255, H. Bateman,
19411942 
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Compressible fluids, AE 268, H. Bateman,
1942 



Potential theory, Ph 221, H. Bateman,
1942 



Functions of a real variable,
19421943: 




Abstract from Bohnenblust's notes 




Course by Bochner 



Topology, Lefschetz and Tucker,
19421943 



Algebra, Wedderburn,
1943 



Functional analysis, E. Hopf,
19501951 



Differential equations, Gilbarg,
19501951 



Relativity, Hlavaty´,
1953 















Series 13  Notes on miscellaneous lectures 
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Volume one: 




Lecture A,
Fréchet's 1906 thesis, Princeton
University, Princeton, New Jersey, for Tucker's course in topology,
winter 1942 




Lecture B,
Finite complexes, Princeton
University, Princeton, New Jersey, at Lefschetz's request to help the weak
graduate students, spring 1943 




Lecture C,
Elements of groups, Princeton
University, Princeton, New Jersey, at Lefschetz's request to help the weak
graduate students, spring 1943 




Lecture D,
Tensor analysis, Naval Ordnance
Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland, summer 1948 




Lecture E,
Vorticity (nontechnical), Naval
Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland, summer 1948 




Lecture 17,
A unified theory of special
functions, Mathematics Colloquium, University of Tennessee, August 28,
1948, also lectures number 20, 21, 31, 45, 58, 59 




Lecture 22,
A new definition of fluid, Joint
Meeting of the Graduate Mathematics Club and the Fluid Dynamics Panel,
University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, December 16, 1948, also lecture
number 27 




Lecture F,
Foundations of fluid dynamics,
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D. C., December 1948 and January 1949 




Lecture G,
Tensor analysis, Naval Research
Laboratory, Washington D. C., December 1948 and January 1949 




Lecture 24,
Recent continuum theories of fluid
dynamics, Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, New York, N.
Y., January 2729, 1949 




Lecture 26,
The kinematics of vorticity,
University of Toronto, Department of Mathematics, February 3, 1949 




Lecture 28,
The membrane theory of shells of
revolution, Applied Mechanics Colloquium, Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore, Maryland, February 9, 1949 




Lecture 29,
Vorticity theorems of fluid
dynamics, Mathematics Colloquium, University of Maryland, February 17,
1949, also lecture number 30 




Lecture 38,
The aerodynamics of rarefied
gases, Colloquium of the Low Pressures Research Group, University of
California, Berkeley, California, December 12, 1949, also lectures number 39
and 42 




Lecture 40,
A new vorticity theorem of gas
dynamics, Colloquium of the Meteorology Department, University of
California, Los Angeles, California, December 16, 1949 




Lecture 41,
Vorticity Averages, Colloquium
of the Meteorology Department, University of California, Los Angeles,
California, December 16, 1949 




Lecture 44,
On the form of the heat flux vector in
moderately rarefied gases, Meeting of the American Physical Society,
Charlottesville, Virginia, December 19, 1949 




Lecture 47,
On Poincaré's analogy between vorticity
and mass density, Mathematics Colloquium, University of Maryland,
College Park, Maryland, March 2, 1950, also lecture number 49 




Lecture 51,
Two measures of vorticity,
Colloquium of the Institute for Fluid Dynamics/Applied Mathematics, University
of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, May 9, 1950, also lecture number
52 




Lecture 53,
Why are nonlinear theories of solids
necessary?, Strength of Solids Seminar, Naval Research Laboratories,
Washington D. C., August 18, 1950 




Lecture 56,
A measure of vorticity,
Mathematics Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, October 1950, also
lecture number 66 




Lecture H,
Invariant measures in
kinematics, Naval Research Laboratories, Washington D. C., November 1950 




Lecture I,
The ergodic problem in statistical
mechanics, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D. C., November 1950 




Lecture J,
Strain measures, Naval Research
Laboratory, Washington D. C., November 1950 




Lecture K,
Stressstrain relations in
elasticity, prepared for the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D.
C., but never delivered, November 1950 




Lecture 60,
Large elastic strain, Applied
Mathematics Colloquium, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D. C.,
April 24, 1951 




Lecture L,
Three pages from Euler's works,
in Whaples' course in the history of mathematics, Indiana University,
Bloomington, Indiana, May 1951 




Lecture 63,
Rational mechanics from
16871788, Meeting of the Indiana University Chapter of Sigma Xi,
Bloomington, Indiana, January 10, 1952 




Lecture 64,
Large elastic strain, Strength
of Solids Seminar, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D. C., March 20, 1952 




Lecture 65,
Finite elastic strain,
Conference on Elasticity, Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, March 22, 1952, also lecture
number 74 




Lecture 68,
Hydrodynamical theory of absorption and
dispersion of forced plane infinitesimal waves in pure fluids,
Symposium on Ultrasonic Absorption in Fluids, Brown University, Providence,
Rhode Island, October 16, 1952 




Lecture 70,
Nonlinear continuum mechanics,
Mathematics Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, October 27, 1952 




Lecture 71,
Analysis of Euler's first paper on
fluid dynamics, Mathematics Colloquium, Indiana University,
Bloomington, Indiana, November 1952 




Lecture 74,
Finite elastic strain,
Colloquium on Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Applied Physics Laboratory,
Silver Spring, Maryland, June 26, 1953 




Lecture 75,
Precise theory of absorption and
dispersion of infinitesimal ultrasonic waves according to the NavierStokes
equations, Rarefied Gases Symposium of the American Physical Society,
Pennsylvania State College, July 2, 1953 




Lecture 76,
The hydraulic pendulum, Meeting
of the Indiana Academy of Sciences, Richmond, Indiana, November 6, 1953 




Lecture 77,
Figures of equilibrium of rotating fluid
masses, Mathematics Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington,
March 15, 1954 




Lecture 78,
The development of the concept of
stress, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, New York University, New
York, February 8, 1954, also lecture number 79 




Lecture 80,
The simplest rate theory of pure
elasticity, Symposium of the Office of Ordnance, and the American
Society of Mathematics, University of Chicago, April 30, 1954 




Lecture 81,
Some problems in partial differential
equations arising in the newer fields of mechanics, Mathematics
Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, May 2, 1954 




Lecture 82,
Solids and fluids, National
Meeting of the American Society for Engineering Education, University of
Illinois, Urbana, June 11, 1954 




Lecture 84,
Hypoelasticity, Mathematics
Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, November 8, 1954 




Lecture 86,
Enlightenment of the kinetic theory of
gases, Lecture one: Classical developments and Maxwellian iteration,
Mathematics Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 18, 25, and May 2, 1955 




Lecture 87,
Enlightenment of the kinetic theory of
gases, Lecture two: A model for the equations of moments, Mathematics
Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 18, 25, and May 2, 1955 




Lecture 88,
Enlightenment of the kinetic theory of
gases, Lecture three: Exact solution for shearing flow, Mathematics
Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 18, 25, and May 2, 1955 




Lecture 97,
A private contract in 1694,
State University of Iowa, Iowa City, March 7, 1956, for Engineering
Luncheon 




Lecture 98,
Bernoullian theorems, Hydraulics
Seminar, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, March 7, 1956 
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Lecture 118,
The integration problem in the kinetic
theory of gases, Joint Colloquium of the ETH and the University,
Zürich, November 5, 1957 




Lecture 119,
Euler Hauptversuch zur Lösung der
Hydrodynamischen Gleichungen, Joint Colloquium of the Deutsche
Versuchsanstale für Luftfahrtforschung, the mathematisches Institüt für
Angewandte mathematik, Universität, Freibrug i. Br., November 16, 1957 




Lecture 120,
Mathematische probleme aus der
kinetischen gastheorie, Mathematisches Seminar der Universität
Heidelberg, November 23, 1957 




Lecture 122,
Recent nonlinear theories of
materials, Rheology Colloquium, National Bureau of Standards,
Washington D. C., March 6, 1958 




Lecture 124,
Exact theory of strain of a rod,
U. S. Army Mathematics Research Center, and Mathematics Department Colloquium,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 15, 1958 




Lecture 125,
General principles of motion, energy,
and thermodynamics for reacting mixtures, Engineering Sciences seminar,
Purdue University, October 6, 1958, Colloquium on the Foundations of Rational
Mechanics, Indiana University, November 18, 1958 




Lecture 127,
Current areas of research in rational
mechanics, Lecture one: Nonlinear continuum mechanics, Mathematics
Department, Indiana University, MarchApril 1959 




Lecture 128,
Current areas of research in rational
mechanics, Lecture two: A typical new concept: The oriented body,
Mathematics Department, Indiana University, MarchApril 1959 




Lecture 129,
Current areas of research in rational
mechanics, Lecture three: A typical underdetermined problem: General solution
of the equations of motion, Mathematics Department, Indiana University,
MarchApril 1959 




Lecture 130,
Current areas of research in rational
mechanics: Lecture four: A typical new theory: Hypoelasticity,
Mathematics Department, Indiana University, MarchApril 1959 




Lecture 131,
Current areas of research in rational
mechanics, Lecture five: A typical overdetermined problem: Rods, beams, slabs,
plates, and shells on the classical linear theory of elasticity,
Mathematics Department, Indiana University, MarchApril 1959 




Lecture 135,
A general theory of diffusion,
Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, August 4, 1959 




Lecture 136,
The monatomic gas as a viscoelastic
substance, Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, August 11, 1959 




Lecture 137,
Shear flow according to the kinetic
theory, Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, August 12, 1959 




Lecture 138,
Relaxation phenomena in the kinetic
theory of gases, Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, August 14, 1959 




Lecture 139,
The principles of continuum
mechanics, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 140,
Some features of Cauchy's laws,
SoconyMobil Research Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 141,
The classical theory of finite elastic
deformation I: Principles, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory,
Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 142,
The classical theory of finite elastic
deformation II: Solutions, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory,
Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 143,
The basic phenomena of nonlinear
viscosity, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 



Volume three: 




Lecture 144,
The general theory of material
constitutive equations, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory, Dallas,
February 1960 




Lecture 145,
Exact solutions for the viscometer flows
of incompressible simple fluids, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory,
Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 146,
Thermostatics of continuous
media, SoconyMobil Research Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 147,
Oriented materials, SoconyMobil
Research Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 148,
Mixtures, SoconyMobil Research
Laboratory, Dallas, February 1960 




Lecture 160,
Probleme aus dem gebiete der
thermodynamik irreversibler prozesse, Kolloquium der
physikalischchemischen Anstalt der Universität Basel, February 13, 1961 




Lecture 161,
Proprietàsostanziali secondo il punto di
vista invariantivo, Seminario Matematico dell'Universitàdi Padova,
March 20, 1961 




Lecture 162,
Termostatica dei corpi elastici a
deformazioni finite, Seminario Matematico dell'Universitàdi Padova,
March 21, 1961, also lecture number 169 




Lecture 163,
Teoria generale della
viscosimetria, Seminario Matematico dell'Universitàdi Padova, March
2023, 1961, also lecture number 170 




Lecture 164,
Materiali Orientati (Verghe, Lastre
Curve, Fluidi Anisotropi, ecc.), Seminario Matematico dell'UniversitÊ
di Padova, March 22, 1961, also lecture number 171 




Lecture 173,
Waves in elastic solids, Applied
Mathematics Colloquium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 26, 1962 




Lecture 181,
History of beam theory,
Mechanics Department, Semiannual Meeting, The Johns Hopkins University,
May 22, 1962 




Lecture 185,
History and modern developments in
continuum mechanics, Princeton University Summer Conference on
Nonideal Mechanical Behavior, August 13, 1962 




Lecture 187,
Modern theories of flow in
tubes, Symposium on Hemodynamics and Hydrodynamics, The Johns Hopkins
University, October 29, 1962 




Lecture 188,
The rational mechanics of
materials, Technological Institute Colloquium, Northwestern University,
November 2, 1962 




Lecture 192,
Dynamic problems in finite elastic
strain, Department of Aeronautics and Engineering Mechanics, University
of Minnesota, [November 13, 1962] 




Lecture 194,
The natural time of a viscoelastic
fluid, Departments of Engineering Mechanics and Mathematics, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, [November 13, 1962] 




Lecture 195,
Inequalities and analytical problems in
elasticity, Depts of Mechanics and Mathematics, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, November 13, 1962 




Lecture 202,
Whence the law of moment of
momentum? Colloquium in Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering
Department, Columbia University, January 8, 1963 




Lecture 204,
Inequalities in finite elastic
strain, Spring public lecture. Institute of Fluid Dynamics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park, March 6, 1963 




Lecture 216,
Early concepts of a fluid,
Meeting of the Society for Natural Philosophy, Pittsburgh, PA, November 11, 1963 




Lecture 217,
Nonlinear material response,
Short course, Extension Division, University of California, Los Angeles,
December 26, 1963 




Lecture 229A,
A history of flexible or elastic bodies
I, The Solid Mechanics Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
February 18, 1964 




Lecture 229B,
A history of flexible or elastic bodies
II, The Solid Mechanics Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
February 25, 1964 




Lectures 259264, Original drawings for slides for the
Lectures on Natural Philosophy at Johns Hopkins, 1965 




Lecture 297,
Elastic stability, as
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Institute for Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics, University of Kentucky, Louisville, December 3, 1965 




Lecture 317,
Substantially stagnant motions,
Institutions of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Australian National University,
Canberra, February 14, 1966 




Lecture 318,
The uselessness of rate theories of
viscometry, Department of Mechanical engineering, The University of
Sydney, February 16, 1966 



Volume four: 




Lecture 353,
Continuum mechanics in the last two
decades, Sandia Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 1216 and 1923, 1966 




Lecture 363,
Angular momentum, History of
Science Colloquium, Princeton University, December 9, 1966 




Lecture 369,
Wave propagation in materials with
internal state parameters, Mechanical Engineering Colloquium, Yale
University, New Haven, March 16, 1967 




Lecture 378,
Recent advances in rational
mechanics, Department of Engineering Mechanics, Colloquium, North
Carolina State University, Raleigh, October 26, 1967, also lecture number
392 




Lecture 381,
Termodinamica dei corpi
continui, Istituto di Scienza della Costruzioni, Universitàdi Genova,
February 28, 1968 




Lecture 383,
The structure of thermodynamics,
Nordita, Copenhagen, March 13, 1968, also lectures number 389, 393, and
394 




Lecture 388,
Thermodynamics of chemical
reactions, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Uppsala,
March 25, 1968 




Lecture 395,
The development of mechanics in the
eighteenth century and today  some parallels, Science Faculty
Colloquium, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y., October 3, 1938 




Lecture 397,
Punishment for original thinking in the
kinetic theory of gases, Sigma Xi Initiation, (Monie A Ferst Memorial
Lecture) Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, [opening and closing pages
only], June 3, 1969 




Lecture 398,
Discovery of rigidbody motion,
Seminar in Solid and Fluid Mechanics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
June 4, 1969 




Lecture 403,
Rational mechanics  An old and new
part of pure mathematics, Simon Fraxer University, Canaada,
September 24, 1969 




Lecture 405,
Che cos'è la teoria cinetica?,
Istituto Linceo di Ricerche, Roma, April 2, 1970 




Lecture 406,
Che cos'è una soluzione nella teoria
cinetica? Istituto Linceo di Ricerche, Roma, April 9, 1970 




Lecture 407,
Le soluzioni normali di Hilbert e
ChapmanEnskog, Istituto Linceo di Ricerche, Roma, April 16, 1970 




Lecture 409,
Il metodo di iterazione
differenziale, Istituto Linceo di Ricerche, Roma, April 23, 1970 




Lecture 412, original drawings of slides for
The tragicomedy of
thermodynamics, 18221854, Rochester, October 1, 4, 1970 




Lecture 413,
Modern thermodynamics,
University of Rochester, October 13, 1970, also lecture number 422 




Lecture 415,
A priori inequalities and uniqueness in
elasticity, Johns Hopkins University, October 29, 1970, also for
lecture number 423 




Lecture 421,
Rational mechanics, Past and
Present, Southwest Graduate Research Conference, University of Houston,
March 22, 1971 




Lecture 431,
The meaning of viscometry in fluid
mechanics, American Physical Society, San Diego, November 23, 1971,
forming the basis for publication number 192 in 1974, includes original
drawings for the transparencies 




Lecture 434,
Mathematical problems in the kinetic
theory of gases, Oxford University Mathematics Colloquium, February 4, 1972 




Lecture 438,
Euler's relations with other
scientists, Engineering Mechanics Colloquium, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, March 22, 1972 




Lecture 450,
Continuum mechanics today,
Coloquio da Engenharia da Universidade Federal do Belo Horizonte, May 26, 1972 



Volume five: 




Lecture 473,
The logical structure of the classical
thermodynamics of reversible processes, developed upon the foundation laid by
F. Reech (1851/1853), Joint seminar in mathematics of the University of
Pittsburgh and the CarnegieMellon University, November 16, 1973 




Lecture 479,
La termodinamica dedotta in base agli
assiomi di Reech (1851/1852), Seminario dell'Istituto di Scienze
Fisiche dell'Universita, Genova, January 31 and February 1, 1974 




Lecture 480,
La termodinamica dedotta in base agli
assiomi di Reech (1851/1853), Seminario dell'Istituto Matematica S.
Pincherle, Bologna, February 8, 1974 




Lecture 483,
Interpretation of adscititious
inequalities through the effects of pure shear stress produced upon an
isotropic elastic solid, Seminar in Natural Philosophy, Johns Hopkins
University, April 10, 1974 




Lecture 484,
Classical thermodynamics based on the
axioms of Reech, meeting of the Society for Natural Philosophy, Pisa,
June 14, 1974 




Lecture 492,
Limitazioni più precise per il
rendimento di una macchina termica, at the Istituto Matematics
"Salvatore Pincherle," Universitàdi Bologna, November 7, 1975 




Lecture 493,
Macchine termiche irreversibili e la
seconda legge della termodinamica, at the Convegno Modesto Panetti,
Accademia delle Scienze, Torino, November 12, 1975 




Lecture 494,
Una assiomatica per la termodinamica
elementare, at the Istituto di Fisica Matematica, Universitàdi Torino,
November 14, 1975 




Lectures 495497,
Fondamenti della termodinamica classica
in base all'Assioma di Carnot, at the Istituto Matematica Università,
the Scuola Normale Superiore, and the Istituto di Scienze delle Costruzioni,
Facoltàdi Ingegneria, Pisa, November 18 and 20, 1975 




Lecture 498,
Nuovi sviluppi dlla teoria cinetica dei
gas, at the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Cenro Linceo
Interdisciplinare di Scienze Matematiche e loro Applicazioni, November 25, 1975 




Lectures 499501,
Problemi matematici della teoria
cinetica dei gas, at the Istituto Matematica "Renato Cacciapoli,"
Universita di Napoli, December 24, 1975 




Lectures 502503,
Sviluppo chiaro e rigoroso della
termodinamica classica in base alle proprietàdelle macchine
termiche 




Lectures 504510,
Conceptual foundations of classical
thermodynamics, and recent developments in the theory of irreversible
processes, as Bicentennial Scholar in Residence, College of
Engineering, university of Delaware, Newark, January 516, 1976 




Lecture 523,
Concepts and logic of classical
thermodynamics as a theory of heat engines, based on the concepts of Carnot and
Reech, special lecture to the Engineering School, Tulane University,
New Orleans, May 14, 1976 
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Volume six: 




Lectures 539 and 540,
Entropy and its flux according to the
kinetic theory of gases, at a joint colloquium of the Departments of
Mathematics, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, November 17 and 18, 1977 




Lecture 544,
The scientific work of James Frederick
Bell, at the meeting of the Society for Natural Philosophy, Domus
Galilaeana, Pisa, May 18, 1978 




Lecture 545,
Don't be fooled by what they tell you
about the kinetic theory, at the ItaloAmerican Symposium on NonLinear
Continuum Mechanics, Fondazione Cini, Monselice, May 26, 1978 




Lecture 550, Organizer's address at the Special
Symposium,
Conceptual analysis in rational
thermomechanics, at the summer meeting of the American Mathematical
Society, Providence, RI, August 10, 1978 




Lecture 551,
Absolute temperature as a consequence of
Carnot's general axiom, at the seminar in Natural Philosophy, Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, October 4, 1978 




Lecture 552,
Some challenges offered to analysis by
elasticity, at the Mathematics Colloquium, State University of New York
at Buffalo, November 14, 1978 




Lecture 553,
Conference: Why study mechanics? Why do
research in mechanics?, to the students in the Engineering Science
Program, State University of New York at Buffalo, November 15, 1978 




Lecture 554,
Conceptual structure of classical
thermodynamics, to the Joint Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Colloquium, State University of New York at Buffalo, November 15, 1978 




Lectures 555569,
The tragicomical history of
thermodynamics, 18221854, to the seminar in Natural Philosophy, Johns
Hopkins University: 





Lecture 555, (Lecture one),
The doctrine of latent and specific
heats. Laplace's theory of heat and sound (1822/1825), January 24, 1979 





Lecture 556, (Lecture two),
Workless dissipation: Fourier's
concepts of heat and its flux (1822), January 31, 1979 





Lecture 558, (Lecture three),
Dissipationless work: Carnot's ideas
of heat and its capacity to do work (1824), February 14, 1979 





Lecture 559, (Lecture four),
Carnot's numerical calculations, his
theory of specific heats, and his dilemma (1824), February 21, 1979 





Lecture 560, (Lecture five), Equivalence, conservation, interconvertibility: When and of
what? The assertions of Mayer (1842), Holtzmann (1845), and Helmholtz (1847);
Joule's early experiments (1845/1850); Kelvin's first "absolute temperature"
and his fatal tables (1848/1949), March 7, 1979 





Lecture 561, (Lecture six),
Internal energy: The first paper of
Clausius (1850), March 21, 1979 





Lecture 562, (Lecture seven),
Entropy: The first paper of Rankine
(1850), April 4, 1979 





Lecture 563, (Lecture eight),
Kelvin's analysis of the "anomalous"
behavior of water (1854). The disastrous effects of experiment upon the
development of thermodynamics, April 11, 1979 





Lecture 564, (Lecture nine),
Reech's return to first principles
(1851); his discovery and burial of a too general theory, and his thermodynamic
potentials (1853), April 18, 1979 





Lecture 569, (Lecture ten),
Kelvin's ideas on dissipations
absolute temperature (1854); Clausius' absolute temperature and his surrender
before irreversibility (1854), May 9, 1979 




Lectures 565568, Conceptual analysis: Rational
mechanics and infinitesimal calculus in the enlightenment (16901780), at the
University of Chicago, under the auspices of the College, the Department of
Mathematics, and the Morris Fishbein Center for Study of History of Science and
Medicine: 





Lecture 565,
Differential equations of motion:
Generic principles and constitutive equations, April 30, 1979 





Lecture 566,
The wave equation: Trigonometric
series, the concept of function, May 2, 1979 





Lecture 567,
Virtuosity: Convection of spin in
fluids, proper numbers and bifurcation for elastic bands, May 3, 1979 





Lecture 568,
Leonard Euler, Supreme geometer
(17071783), to the Department of Mathematics, University of Chicago,
May 4, 1979 




Lecture 570,
Reflections of the history of
thermodynamics upon teaching and research, LouvainlaNeuve, June 5,
1979, Uppsala, June 7, 1979 




Lecture 571A,
Tradition and history in thermodynamics,
to Society of Engineering Science, Evanston, IL, September 7, 1979 















Series 14  Biographical and autobiographical material

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Recollections of Truesdell written by his mother, Helen
Truesdell Heath, in June 1968, and by Lucy Adams, his highschool teacher of
mathematics in 1966,
19661968 



Truesdell's recollections of his grandmother, Alice
Feldman Walker 



Miscellaneous autobiographical papers 
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3W111 


Miscellaneous photographs [19211983] 
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8631/36 


Description of the products of his work at the Radiation
Laboratory, M.I.T., 19441946, dated
January 24, 1946 



Main drawings produced under his direction at the
Radiation Laboratory and his identification badge 
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Contents and abstracts of volumes of Truesdell's
manuscript correspondence with Toupin, Ericksen, and Noll, the volumes
themselves being still in his possession 



Correspondence with the Bohr library,
19641984 



Draft of the prospectus for books written and edited by
Truesdell for SpringerVerlag,
August 26, 1983 



First and second proofs of books written and edited by
Truesdell for SpringerVerlag,
1984 



Hydromechanics, unpublished
article by Paul Neményi which served as Truesdell's main introduction to
continuum mechanics 
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Papers, memoranda, and notes, (excluding those by
Truesdell) of the Theoretical Mechanics Subdivision, U. S. Naval Ordnance
Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland, [Truesdell directed this group],
19461948 



Formal data, including vita, bibliography, and list of
public lectures, 1984 and undated 



Unrecorded lectures for which notes have been preserved,
19421951, and lectures, 19421984 



List of Clifford Ambrose Truesdell III Papers prepared
by Truesdell, used as basis for Archives of American Mathematics
inventory 















Series 15  Published works 

[For publication numbers see list of published works in Box 39,
folder 1] 
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List of published works 



Abstracts, problems and queries 



Three Lectures on Mathematics and Mechanics 



Scientific papers, 19431950 (Bound volume) 



Scientific papers, 19511953 (Bound volume).

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Scientific papers, 19541956 (Bound volume) 



Publication nos. 6, 7A, 9, 13P, 14P, 15, 16P, 19P, 22P,
23P, 24, 26L1, 29P, 32P, 35P 



Publication nos. 43R, 44R, 48P, 64P, 72L, 72R, 73R




Publication nos. 76, 79L1, 79L1T, 79L3, 80T1, 80T2, 86,
87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94 



Publication nos. 95, 96, 97, 98, 98P, 98R, 99.

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Publication no. 100 



Publication nos. 101, 102, 104, 104P, 105, 106, 107P,
108, 109 



Publication nos. 109TE, 110, 111A, 112, 113, 114, 115,
117, 117T, 118 



Publication no. 119 



Publication nos. 120, 120L, 120R1, 120R2, 121, 122, 123




Publication nos. 124, 125, 126, 126L, 127, 127T, 128,
128 addendum, 128 2nd addendum, 129, 130, 131, 131 corrections 
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Publication nos. 132, 133, 134, 135, 137, 138, 139, 140,
140TE, 141, 142, 143, 144, 144P1, 144P2, 144P2T, 144RE part 1, 146, 147




Publication nos. 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153T1, 153TE




Publication nos. 154L1, 154L2, 154L3, 154L4, 154L5,
154L6 



Publication nos. 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160 & 161,
160C, 161, 162, 163, 163L1, 163L2, 163T 



Publication nos. 164, 164T, 165P, 165TE, 166, 167, 168,
169 



Publication nos. 170, 170T, 171, 172, 172A, 173, 174,
175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 181C, 184, 184T, 185, 185 corrections, 185A,
185T 



Publication no. 186 
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Publication nos. 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194,
195 



Publication no. 196 



Publication nos. 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 202T,
203, 203A, 203PT, 203R, 204, 205, 207, 207L, 208, 209, 210 



Publication nos. 212, 213A, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218,
219, 220, 221, 222 



Publication nos. 223, 225P, 225RE, 226, 227A, 228 &
229, 230, 230A 



Publication nos. 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 236T,
237, 238, 238T, 239, 240, 241, 242 















Series 16  Additions 
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Materials connected with
An idiot's fugitive essays on
science, publication number 243,
1984: 




Drafts of texts published only or finally in
An idiot's fugitive
essays, 19781981 




Manuscript as sent to press, 1981 or 1982 




Index of names mentioned in manuscript sent to press,
19811982 




Artwork for manuscript, 19821983 
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8631/OS1 



Galley proofs and some revised galleys 




First page proofs, autumn 1983 




Second page proofs, early 1984 




Third page proofs, partial, spring 1984 




Fourth page proofs, partial, June 1984 
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Materials connected with the second printing, revised
and augmented, 1987 



Miscellaneous: 




"Great scientists of old as heretics in "The Scientific
Method," the PageBarbour Lectures at the University of Virginia, lectures
number 657659 and the book of the same title, publication number
250 




"What did Gibbs and Carathéodory leave us about
thermodynamics?," lecture number 633, June 6, 1983, and publication number
247 




"A third line of argument in thermodynamics,"
publication number 246, manuscript, revised manuscript, and four proofs,
June 10, 1983 




Miscellaneous originals and short manuscripts,
19831989 



Materials connected with
Rational thermodynamics second
edition, publication number 244,
1984: 




Historical introit: 





Parts of lecture number 597, Atlanta, December 15,
1980, revised to make the first draft of the Historical introit 





Second draft, (first complete
manuscript), November 1982 





Third draft, February 12, 1983 
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Third draft with corrections converting it to the
fourth, summer 1983, and some later corrections of the fourth 





Final manuscript for the printer (corrections made
on the manuscript sent in March 1983), July 1983 




Thermodynamics for beginners,
second, third and fourth drafts, 1982 




Preface and appendices to lecture eight, 19821983 




Final entire typescript of Truesdell's own additions,
(including above), 1983 




Manuscript sent to press, 1983 
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Proofs: 





Galley proofs 





First page proofs 





Second page proofs 





Third page proofs 



Miscellaneous: 




Plaque from the Society for Natural Philosophy,
1985 




Music 
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Debating letters won at Los Angeles High School,
19351936, freshman football numerals from Cal Tech, 1938, and high school
pins, 19331936 




Unpublished papers, rejected papers, original
manuscripts of papers translated or mangled by editors, 19421967 




Notes on research never completed from the period
19461970 




Cancelled pages from the lectures on statistical
mechanics, before 1958 




Work on the design of piston rings done for Perfect
Circle Corp., 19521955 on which is based publication number 118, 1961 




Work on diffusion preparatory for Mechanical basic of
diffusion, publication number 126, 1962 




De pressionibus negativis in sinu et in pariete
regionis fluido viscoso moventi impletae schedula, quam conscripsit C.
Truesdell apud Universitatem Johns Hopkins Baltimorae et amico mechanicoque
illustrissimo B. Finzi ob diem natalem sepuagesimum dedicavit 
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Is there a philosophy of
science?, [lecture?] numbers 417, 425, 459, 522, 19711972, 1976 




Elementary thermodynamics,
Georgia Institute of Technology, fall 1974 




Draft of a projected joint book with S. Passman based
on notes for Truesdell's course on elementary thermodynamics, Georgia Institute
of Technology, fall 1974 




Unfinished manuscript on frame indifference in the
kinetic theory of gases 




Manuscripts on Leonardo da Vinci 




Leonardo da Vinci's studies of
deformable bodies 




Leonardo da Vinci's studies of
deformable bodies,typescript of the first draft, December 1984 with
corrections making the second, 1 985 




Classical thermodynamics cleansed and
cured, 1985, publication number 248 and the corrected and revised text
of 1987, circulated in 19881989 




Corrections for the reprinting of
Elements of continuum mechanics,
1985 




Review of
The higher calculus: A history of
complex analysis from Euler to Weierstrass by Umberto
Bottazzini 




On the vorticity numbers of monotonous
motions, publication number 253, 1988 




Maria Gaetana Agnesi (17181799) 




Sophie Germain: 





Drafts of the review of Bucciarelli and Dworsky's
book "Sophie Germain," end of December 1981spring 1982 





Drafts of the review of Bucciarelli and Dworsky's
book "Sophie Germain," late spring 1982 
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Drafts of the review of Bucciarelli and Dworsky's
book, "Sophie Germain," summer 1983 





Draft, June 1, 1984 





Major revision begun December 21, 1984 and completed
December 31 of that year, followed by revision of January 1985 for
§5 





Draft of March 1985 converted to that of April 1985
followed by revision of §6, 1987, and a further revision as a progress report
on an NSF grant, March 1, 1989 




Of what use is the history of the mechanical sciences?
(A che serve la storia delle scienze matematiche?) Lecture for the 900th [?]
anniversary of the University of Bologna, 1987 




Editorial for the 100th volume of
Archives for Rational Mechanics and
Analysis, publication number 252 




Notes and texts of lectures of 19861989 made the
basis of papers still incomplete in 1989 




Reviews: 





List of reviews 





Reviews, AG, 19491971 





Reviews, HO, 19491971 
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Reviews, PZ, 19491971 




Black binder containing master copy of first edition,
with corrections through May 1986 
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Loose sheets, in roughly chronological order, most
recent on top, for sheets providing corrections and additions for "A First
Course in Rational Continuum Mechanics," volume one, second edition, and volume
two, 19841989 















Series 17. Archive for History of Exact
Sciences 
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Letters to Oscar. B. Sheynin, 19711973 
