Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and other papers of Charles Alexander Fairbank, Sr. (1843-1917), and his wife, Sarah Sherwood Sinclair Fairbank (1848-1933), Baltimore educators, and their children, Charles Alexander Fairbank, Jr. (1878-1942), real estate lawyer, and Grace Carolyn Fairbank (1878-1964), Baltimore school principal and school system mathematics supervisor, as well as business correspondence, travel diary (1931), speeches (1946), souvenir programs, address book, and other papers, of their son, Herbert Sinclair Fairbank (1888-1962), highway engineer
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, articles, reports, grade books, biographical information, memos, chapel talks, bibliography, and photos, relating to Folkert and his activities as coordinator of National Science Foundation Mathematics Summer Institute (1960-1974), Hope College Mathematics Dept., and mathematical education
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Notes, subject folders, class lectures, and reprints, on many aspects of mathematics and education; together with diplomas and other papers
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Math exercises
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
One-and-a-half page handwritten letter on two leaves sent by Jacob Welsh from Boston to the Harvard Corporation regarding a mathematical question in December 1806. In the letter, Welsh asks for clarification on the differences between the words "demonstration, postulate, and axiom, as used and understood by Mathematicians." On the verso of the last leaf an added inscription identifies the document as "Dr. Jacob Welch's Postulate.".
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Contains course materials, manuscripts, and some correspondence. Includes materials from Whitney's teaching career at Harvard, 1933-1952, and materials from his position as Professor of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study, 1952-1989
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)
New-York Historical Society
Books of math and penmanship exercises including: arithmetic exercise book of Sarah Tatum (1793); two arithmetic exercise books of Henry Y. Powell, Chatham, New York (1841-1842), the first volume also containing the poem "The Diverting History of John Gilpin"; a mathematics exercise book of Richard H. Townsend (1816) containing more complicated problems involving surveying and sailing; two beginning penmanship books of Samuel Powel (undated) and a school diary with daily entries by his teacher rating his classwork, punctuality, behavior, etc. (1868-1869)
New-York Historical Society
Vellum bound folio size notebook, containing mathematical rules and problems, including rules for converting York money into Connecticut money. At the back of the volume, following a blank page, are four pages concerning the finances of Thomas H. Lockwood of Norwalk, with entries dated 1794 and 1801

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