University of California, Berkeley
Contains undated autobiographical sketch, in which she focuses on her career in astronomy and mathematics, as well as in the field of education. Included with this is a list of publications which feature McDonald's writings. Also, typescripts of two reports written by McDonald: Notes on Anti-aircraft Mathematics (1942), and Report of the Subcommittee on Mathematics of the California Committee for the Study of Education (1945)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Math exercises
Peabody Essex Museum
A folio containing various school materials belonging to N.A. Horton, a student at English High School. Items include a multiplication table, several poems, and geographic materials. None are dated
Rutgers University Libraries
Ciphering book ("Peter Praal [sic]: His Book of Arithmetick") pertaining to many types of mathematical calculation. Also included in the volume (in two different hands) are records of births for Prall's family (entries through 1743) and for his son John's family (entries through 1777)
Rutgers University Libraries
The Robert B. Davis Papers consist of twenty record storage boxes, spanning the period from 1957 to 1997. The collection is composed of handwritten notes, correspondence, printouts of e-mails, articles and book chapters, course materials and trip itineraries. The collection is arranged into nine series. Within each series, items are arranged alphabetically unless otherwise noted. Correspondence, 1957-1997 contains correspondence through regular and electronic means pertaining to numerous professional and personal topics. Academic, 1960-1997 pertains to the mathematics and education courses that Davis administered throughout his career as an educator. Projects, 1978-1997 focuses on the individual projects in which Davis was involved. These include the Madison Project and Mission Algebra. Books, 1965-1997 contains drafts, revisions, and the final versions of book chapters. Proposals, 1965-1997 contains grant applications and reports dealing with Davis's various projects, such as the ... Read More
University of Washington
Correspondence, minutes, grant files, lecture notes, reports, manuscripts and publications, and other papers of Edwin Hewitt
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Clippings, releases, and other material concerning Ginsburg's career; and notes concerning Jews and mathematics
Cornell University Libraries
"Numerical and Graphical Methods" and "Iterative Arithmetical Processing for Computers" notebook, Spring 1948
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence with students and staff, drafts of published papers, notes, manuscript for a mathematics text, lecture notes, exams, roll books, grade lists, and theses. Includes faculty reports and by-laws, reprints, conference reports, and a collection of programs for concerts, plays, and sporting events in Ithaca, Corning, New York City, and Ohio
Augustana College - Thomas Tredway Library
Margaret Olmsted joined the Augustana faculty in 1921. She was among one of the earliest female professors at the school. In 1937, she was named Associate Professor of Latin and Mathematics. She was known for her love of teaching, and often stressed the importance of studying foreign languages. After 46 years of teaching, she retired in 1967. That same year, she was named Professor Emeritus of Classics. Her connection to Augustana continued when she was named to the Augustana Alumni Association Board of Directors in the 1970s. The Margaret Olmsted papers, 1896-1993, contains textbooks, gradebooks, personal books, bulletins, magazines, and pamphlets belonging to Margaret Olmsted and the Olmsted family


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