TABLE OF CONTENTS
Descriptive Summary
Scope and Contents:
Series Outline:
Restrictions
Index Terms
Administrative Information
Sources:
Description of Series
General correspondence:
Articles (published and unpublished):
Books (published and unpublished):
Grants:
Research notes:
Lectures and meetings:
Organizations
Positions, Fellowships, Visiting Professorships:
Faculty and Administrative Activities:
Teaching:
Mathematicians  Biographical and Memorial
Items:
Miscellaneous Professional Activities:
Personal:

A Guide to the Raymond Louis Wilder Papers,
19141982





Creator 
Wilder, Raymond Louis,
1896 

Title: 
Raymond Louis Wilder Papers,


Dates: 
19141982. 

Abstract: 
Papers reflect the
career of the topologist Raymond Louis Wilder (18961982), R.L. Moore's first
doctoral student at the University of Texas. Wilder was on the University of
Michigan faculty from 1926 to his retirement in 1967, after which he moved to
the University of California, Santa Barbara. Materials include correspondence,
notes and drafts for publications, course, lecture and seminar notes,
clippings, photographs, and reprints. 

Extent: 
19 ft. manuscript,
typescript, printed, photographic. 

Language 
Materials are written in English. 

Repository: 
Dolph Briscoe Center for American
History, The University of Texas at
Austin 
Raymond Louis Wilder (18961982) was a leading figure in the development
of topology in the United States and a pioneering student of the history of
mathematics from an anthropological point of view. He was born in Palmer,
Massachusetts, and received his undergraduate education and Master's degree in
actuarial mathematics from Brown University. After moving to the University of
Texas at Austin, his interests shifted to pure mathematics under the influence of Robert
Lee Moore. Wilder became Moore's first Texas doctorate in 1923. After two years
at Ohio State University, Wilder joined the faculty of the University of
Michigan at Ann Arbor where he remained until his retirement in 1967. He was
associated with the University of California, Santa Barbara for the remaining
years of his life. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences and
served as President of both the American Mathematical Society (19551956) and
the Mathematical Association of America (19651966).
Although trained in settheoretic topology, Wilder mastered algebraic
topology, demonstrated the usefulness of a synthesis of the two schools, and,
in 1932, called for their unification. Wilder extended his early work on the
topology of the plane and continuous curves to higher dimensions and, with his
students, developed the theory of generalized manifolds. This work was
summarized in his Topology of Manifolds (1949).
Wilder's course on the foundations of mathematics, published in his
Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics (1952), led to an interest in
the history of mathematics. The results of his historical studies using
anthropological ideas appeared in Evolution of Mathematical Concepts (1968) and
Mathematics as a Cultural System (1981).
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Papers reflect the career of the topologist Raymond Louis Wilder, R.L. Moore's
first doctoral student at the University of Texas. There is extensive material
on Wilder's research and writing on topology, the history and foundations of
mathematics, and on the place of mathematics in culture. Wilder's work for the
Mathematical Association of America (President, 19651967) and the American
Mathematical Society (President, l955l956) are represented. Correspondents
include W.L. Ayres, E.G. Begle, E. Cech, J.R. Kline, S. Lefschetz, R.L. Moore,
H.S. Vandiver, O. Veblen, and G.T. Whyburn. Materials include correspondence,
notes and drafts for publications, course, lecture and seminar notes, clippings,
photographs, and reprints.
The papers are grouped in the following order: general correspondence
(19201982; 6 ft.), research and publication (19391982; 3 ft.), lectures and
meetings (19251977; 2 ft.), professional organizations (19221982, bulk:
19501980; 5 ft.), teaching and faculty matters (19211982; 2.5 ft.),
personalia (19141981; 10 in.). Wilder's correspondence documents his continued
interaction with his former undergraduate and graduate students, including E. G.
Begle, T. Brahana, L. Cohen, M. L. Curtis, A. Dickinson, S. Kaplan, K. Kwun, F.
Raymond, J. Shoenfield, N. E. Steenrod, and P. Swingle. The correspondence also
reveals Wilder's work in settling European refugee mathematicians in the United
States during World War II. The records of lectures and meetings often include
the texts of Wilder's lectures together with information on his organizational
work. Lectures were often the basis of articles, so the early stages of
published articles are often to be found in the Lectures and Meetings series.
Likewise, material eventually incorporated in Wilder's books, especially his
Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, is to be found in the records
of his teaching (15 in.). The bulk of the material on Wilder's articles, books,
lecturing, and teaching dates from the 1960's and 1970's and thus mainly
concerns his work on the foundations, history, and culture of mathematics. His
work in topology is most strongly represented in his correspondence and his
research notes (10 in.). There are extensive records of Wilder's American
Mathematical Society (2 ft.) and Mathematical Association of America (2 ft.)
presidencies and committee work.
Forms part of the Archives of American Mathematics.
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Series Outline: 




I. General Correspondence 


II. Articles (published and unpublished) 


III. Books (published and unpublished) 


IV. Grants 


V. Research Notes 


VI. Lectures and Meetings 


VII. Organizations 


VIII. Positions, Fellowships, Visiting Professorships 


IX. Faculty and Administrative Activities 


X. Teaching 


XI. Mathematicians  Biographical and Memorial Items 


XII. Miscellaneous Professional Activities 


XIII. Personal 
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Access Restrictions
Unrestricted access.
Use Restrictions
These papers are stored remotely at CDL. Advance notice required for retrieval.
Contact repository for retrieval.
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Persons: 


Ayres, William Leake, 1905 


Begle, Edward Griffith, 1914 


Cech, Eduard, 18931960 


Lefschetz, Solomon, 18841972 


Moore, R. L. (Robert Lee), 1882 


Rainich, G. Y. (George Yuri), b. 1886 


Raymond, Frank Albert, 1932 


Steenrod, Norman Earl, 19101971 


Swingle, Paul McCartney, 1899 


Vandiver, Harry Shultz, 1882 


Veblen, Oswald, 18801960 


Whyburn, Gordon Thomas, 1904 


Wilder, Raymond Louis, 1896 

Organizations: 


American Mathematical Society 


Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences 


Mathematical Association of America 


National Academy of Sciences 


University of California, Santa Barbara. Dept. of Mathematics 


University of Michigan. Dept. of Mathematics 


University of Texas at Austin. Archives of American Mathematics 


University of Texas at Austin. Dept. of Mathematics 

Subjects: 


Foundations of mathematics 


History of mathematics 


Mathematics and culture 


Topology 
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Raymond Louis Wilder Papers, 19141982, Archives of American
Mathematics, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.
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Bing, R. H.,
"Award for distinguished service to Professor
Raymond L. Wilder,"American Mathematical Monthly, 80 (February
1983):117119.
"Raymond Louis Wilder,"McGrawHill
Modern Scientists and Engineers, vol. 3, pp.318319, 1980.

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General correspondence: 
Box 
8636/1 


AaAr 



AsAz 



Ba 



Barnes, H.E. 



Be 



Begle, E.G. 



BiBl 
Box 
8636/2 


BoBr 



Brahana, T.R. 



Bu 



Ca 



CeCl 



CoCu 
Box 
8636/3 


Curtis, M.L. 



Curtis, M.L. 



D 



Dickinson, A. 
Box 
8636/4 


E 



Eilenberg, S. 



F 



Family letters 



GaGo 
Box 
8636/5 


Gehman, H.M. 



GrGu 



Greenwood, R.E. 



Griffiths, H.B. 



Griffiths, H.B. 



Ha 



He 
Box 
8636/6 


Hellerman, L. 



HiHu 



Hildebrandt, T.H. 



I 



J 



KaKe 
Box 
8636/7 


KiKw 



Kline, J.R. 



Kwun, K.W. 



La 



LeLy 



Lintz, R.G. 
Box 
8636/8 


MaMe 



Mac, Mc 



Mac Lane, S. 



May, K.O. 



MiMy 



Moore, R.L. 
Box 
8636/9 


N 



Newsom, C.V.,
19331965 



Newsom, C.V.,
19661976 



Newsom, C.V.,
19771982 



O 



P 
Box 
8636/10 


Piranian, G. 



Q 



Ra 



Raymond, F.,
19561962 



Raymond, F.,
19621980 



ReRi 
Box 
8636/11 


Reprint requests 



Ro 



Roth, J.P. 
Box 
8636/12 


Roth, J.P. 



RuRy 



SaSe 



Service, E. and H. 



ShSo 



SpSy 
Box 
8636/13 


Steenrod, N.E. 



Swingle, P.M. 



TaTh 



ToTr 
Box 
8636/14 


TuTy 



UV 



WaWhite, P. 



Whitehead, G.Wy 



Whyburn, G.T. 



XZ 



Zippin, L. 



Unidentified 
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Articles (published and unpublished): 
Box 
8636/15 


Bibliography of R.L. Wilder 



Reprints,
19281960 



Reprints,
19611979 



Abstracts 



Mathematical Reviews entries 



Publishers' proposals for articles,
1966, 1969, 1972 



"Consolidation: Force and
Process" (unpublished) 



"Historical Sketch of the Highlights of
the Development of Concepts of Set and Function"
(unpublished?) 



"Note on the Evolution of Pure
Mathematics" (unpublished) 



"A Characterization of Continuous Curves
by a property of their Open Subsets" (1928) 



"Property Sn" (1939) 



Review of Elements of the Topology of Plane Sets of Points
(1939) 



"The Nature of Modern
Mathematics" (1959) 



"Mathematics: A Cultural
Phenomenon" (1960) 



"Topology, General" (1962 and
earlier editions: Encyclopedia Britannica) 



"Axiomatization,""Axiom of Choice," (1963) 



"An Elementary Property of Closed
Coverings of Manifolds" (1966) 



"The Nature and Role of Research in
Mathematics" (1967) 



"The Role of Intuition" (1967) 



"The Role of the Axiomatic
Method" (also a lecture: San Mateo, Feb. 6,
1965) (1967) 



"Addition and Reduction Theorems for
Medial Properties" (1968) 
Box 
8636/16 


"The Beginning Teacher of College
Mathematics" (1969) 



"Biotic Origins of Mathematics" (1969) 



"Development of Modern Mathematics: An
Overview" (1969) 



"The Nature of Research in
Mathematics" (1969) 



"Historical Backgound of Innovations in
Mathematical Curricula" (1970) 



"History in the Mathematics Curriculum:
Its Status, Quality, and Function" (1972) 



"Nature of Modern Mathematics" (1972) 



"Mathematics and its Relations to other
Disciplines" (also Michigan State NCTM
talk) (1973) 



"Rigor, Standards of, or Logical
Relativity" (1973) 



"Hereditary Stress as a Cultural Force
in Mathematics" (1974) 
Box 
8636/17 


Review of Africa Counts
(1975) 



"An Evolutionary View of
Mathematics" (1976) 



N. Wiener Collected Works,
"Commentary" (1976) 



"Robert Lee Moore, 18821974" (1976) 



"Why did a Seventeenth Century Field of
Mathematics Disappear?" (1976) 



"Singularities in the History of
Mathematics, with special reference to Girard Desargues" (1977) 



"Evolution of the Topological Concept of
"Connected"" (1978) 



"Some Comments on M. J. Crowe's Review
of Evolution of Mathematical Concepts" (1979) 



Autobiography for McGrawHill Modern Scientists and
Engineers
(1980) 



Review of The Emergence of Number
(1982) 



"Mathematical Work of R. L. Moore: Its
Background, Nature, and Influence" (1982) 
Box 
8636/18 


"Mathematical Work of R. L. Moore: Its
Background, Nature, and Influence" (1982) 



"Mathematical Work of R. L. Moore: Its
Background, Nature, and Influence"proposed Moore volume (1982) 



"Mathematical Work of R. L. Moore: Its
Background, Nature, and Influence"research material,
correspondence (1982) 
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Books (published and unpublished): 
Box 
8636/18 


Publishers' proposals for books,
19581965 



Topology of Manifolds
(1949) 



Introduction to the Foundations of
Mathematics: 




Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, 1st ed.
(1952): 





Correspondence 





Notes, correspondence, reviews, requests for
permission to quote 
Box 
8636/19 




Problems, chapter IX 




Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, material
for revision 




Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, 2nd ed.
(1965): 





Reviews, promotional matter 





Correspondence, complimentary copies 




Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, 2nd ed.
Krieger reissue (1981) 
Box 
AAMOS/2 


Evolution of Mathematical Concepts: 




Evolution of Mathematical Concepts
(1968): 





Correspondence, art work 
Box 
8636/19 




Printed background material 





Permissiontoquote correspondence 




Correspondence concerning reviews 
Box 
8636/20 



Evolution of Mathematical Concepts, Open University
reprint (1976) 



Mathematics as a Cultural System
(1981): 




Manuscript material 




Manuscript material, correspondence,
clippings 




Working folder 




Chapters 1, 2, 3 




Chapters 4, 5 
Box 
8636/21 



Chapters 6, 7 




Chapter 8, appendix 



"Anthology" (unpublished),
19781982: 




Correspondence, notes, drafts 



Notes for chapter on multiple discoveries 
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Grants: 
Box 
8636/21 


Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Topology and
Modern Algebra,
19611962 



National Science Foundation, Generalized Manifolds,
1958 



Office of Naval Research, Topology of Manifolds and
Foundations of Mathematics,
19491950 
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Research notes: 
Box 
8636/22 


Alexander horned sphere 



Combinatorial topology 



Early research, unpublished 
"On Euler's polyhedral formula and plane
continuous curves" 



Early research re Kline's work 
"Concerning a theorem of J. R.
Kline" 



"Generalized PhragmenBrouwer
Properties",
"A Pair of Separation
Properties" 



Homology and cohomology 



Positional characteristics 



Positional properties, topological invariants 



Problems 



"New Thoughts on Old Theorems,"
NSF,
1967 



Roy Paster; Brouwer reply 



Sheaf theory 
Box 
8636/23 


Topology 1 



Topology 2 



Topology 3 



Topology 4 



Topology 5 



Topology 6 



Topology 7 



Topology 8 



Wild 0dimensional sets 



History and culturology of mathematics 



History and foundations of mathematics 
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Lectures and meetings: 
Box 
8636/24 


Speaking invitations refused, correspondence, programs of
meetings not attended,
19271977 



Scattered documentation on meetings attended and lectures
given (no notes or texts of talks),
19261960 



"Counting" 



"Evolution of
Mathematics" 



"Evolution of Transfinite Numbers and
Set Theory" 



"The Nature of Modern
Mathematics" 



"Numbers and Logic" 



"What is Set Theory?" 



Jones' NSF Summer Group
"Breakthroughs in Mathematics," undated 



Fourier Series lectures, Ohio State University,
19251926 



University of Michigan Research Club,
"Crises in Foundations," 1936 



University of Michigan Topology Conference,
1940 



Colloquium Lectures, AMS, Vassar College,
1942 



University of IllinoisUrbana talks,
1948 



Peripatetic seminar, Caltech,
"Monotone mappings,""Orientability" 1949 



Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles,
1950 



University of Oregon; Caltech,
1950 



International Congress of Mathematicians,
1950 
Box 
8636/25 


International Congress of Mathematicians,
1950 



University of Colorado, Summer Conference on Collegiate
Mathematics,
1953 



University of Colorado, Summer Conference on Collegiate
Mathematics,
(
"Introduction to Modern Foundations and
Topological Concepts via the Notion of Curve") 1953, 



University Center, Atlanta, Georgia,
(
"Crises in
Mathematics") 1954 



University of Wisconsin,
1955 



UCLA,
1957 



UCLA and Berkeley,
(
"Mappings of
Manifolds") 1957 



NBCTV program,
1957 



International Symposium on Axiomatic Method, Berkeley,
19571958 



Taft Lectures, University of Cinncinati,
1958 



Chicago Conference,
1958 



NABIM Clinic, Chicago,
(
"Music and Science") 1958 



Portland State College, Oregon, Summer Institute,
1959 



State mathematical education meetings, Santa Barbara,
California,
1959 
Box 
8636/26 


Wayne State University, Detroit,
(letters of S. Hu and S.
Kaplan) 1959 



Presidential address, AMS,
(published as
"A Certain Class of Topological
Properties") 1959 



University of Miami,
(letters of Swingle) 1960 



Notre Dame University,
1960 



Purdue University,
(Sigma Xi, Math. Colloquium) 1960 



University of Illinois,
(NSF Academic Year Institute) 1960 



Florida State University,
(Phi Beta Kappa,
"Mathematics: Science or
Humanity?") 1961, 



Carleton College,
(NSF Conference on Undergraduate Research
in Mathematics; Linear continuum notes) 1961 



Florida A & M University,
(
"What do You Expect from
Mathematics?"on mathematics teaching) 1962 



Ohio University, Bowling Green,
(NSF Institute; Mathematics
Colloquium) 1963 



University Center, Richmond, Virginia,
(visiting scholar) 1963 



University of WisconsinMadison,
(Colloquium; MAA Wisconsin section:
"What is Set
Theory?") 1964 



Syracuse University,
(Mathematics Colloquium; Pi Mu
EpsilonAnniversary) 1964 



Belfer Graduate School meetings,
1964, 1966 



College of San Mateo,
1965 



Wake Forest College,
1965 



University Center, Athens and Atlanta, Georgia,
1965 



Ohio State University,
1965 



University of Nebraska,
1965 



Westchester State College, Pennsylvania,
(
"Role of Intuition") 1965 



Kent State University,
1965 



Florida State University,
(NSF Mathematics Institute) 1966 



Fisk University,
(Visiting Scholars Program) 1966 



University of Michigan,
(Topology Conference) 1966 
Box 
8636/27 


Southern Methodist University,
1966 



Rice University, University of Houston, Louisiana State
University, Tulane University,
1966 



Geneva College, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania,
(MAAAlleghany Mountain
section) 1966 



University of Utah,
1966 



University of CaliforniaDavis,
1967 



San Francisco,
(MAA, Retiring Presidential
Address) 1968 



Gibbs Lecture, AMS,
(
"Trends and Social Implications of
Research") 1968 



University of Oregon,
1969 



Asilomar, California,
(NCTM Conference) 1969 



Gustavus Adolphus College,
1970 



Coeur d'Alene, Idaho,
(NCTM) 1970 



University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara,
(Topology Seminar,
"Talks on Aspects of Plane
Topology") 19701971 



Carleton College,
(Sloan Lectures) 1971 



Allan Hancock College,
(
"The Role of
Examples") 1971 



Penn State University,
(
"History in the Mathematics
Curriculum") 1971 
Box 
8636/28 


Caltech,
(MAA luncheon talk,
"Recollections and
Reflections") 1972 



Claremont Graduate School,
(
"Hereditary Stress") 1972 



Smith College,
(
"The Infinite in
Mathematics") 1972 



Michigan State University,
(NCTM, Banquet talk) 1972 



Raleigh, North Carolina,
(North Carolina Council of Teachers of
Mathematics) 1973 



Bozeman, Montana,
(NCTM) 1974 



California Polytechnic,
1975 



San Antonio, Texas,
(AMS,
"Why did a Seventeenth Century Field of
Mathematics Disappear?") 1976 



Baton Rouge, Louisiana,
(Topology Conference) 1977 



Santa Clara,
1977 



University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara,
(Algebraic and Geometric Topology
Seminar) 1977 
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Organizations 
Box 
8636/28 


American Association for the Advancement of Science,
19481971 



American Mathematical Society 




Records,
19221948 




Presidential and VicePresidential records,
19501957 
Box 
8636/29 



Presidential records,
19551957 




Presidential correspondence,
19551956 




Presidential correspondence,
19551956 




Correspondence,
19541959 




Records,
19671972 




Board of Trustees,
19561958 
Box 
8636/30 



Board of Trustees,
1955 




Council,
19551956 




Council,
19551959 




Council, Erdos case,
19541956 




Executive director, correspondence,
19551956 




Executive director, correspondence,
19561958 
Box 
8636/31 



Lorch case,
19501957 




SemiCentennial 1938 




Segregation issue,
19511956 




Summer Institutes,
19551958 




Summer Meeting, Ann Arbor, Michigan,
1955 




Committees,
19551956, 19611962 




Colloquium Committee,
19471953 




Colloquium Committee,
19481952 
Box 
8636/32 



Colloquium Committee: Topology of Manifolds,
19471955 




Colloquium Committee: Lefschetz' Topology,
1951 




Committee on Chicago Symposium Lecture,
1932 




Committee on the Role of the Society in Mathematical
Publication,
19441949 




Committee on the Role of the Society in Mathematical
Publication,
1949 




Committee on Travel Grants, Edinburgh Congress,
1957 




Nominating Committee,
19381956 




Policy Committee,
1957 




75th Birthday Committee,
19601961 




Survey Committee 
Box 
8636/33 


Archives of American Mathematics 




Correspondence,
19811982 




Joint Factfinding Committee on Archives,
19751979 




Joint Factfinding Committee on Archives,
19761979 




Albert C. Lewis, F. W. Roberts, correspondence, reports,
19751981 




Register, R. L. Moore Collection at the University of
Texas 



Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences,
19581970 
Box 
8636/34 


Mathematical Association of America 




Records,
19251954 




Presidential records,
19651966 




Presidential records, schedule (partial) of travel
during Presidency,
19651966 




PostPresidential records,
1967 




Records,
19681974 




Records,
19751982 




American Mathematical Monthly,
19661980 




Brochure,
1974 
Box 
8636/35 



Building Fund,
19761979 




Cooperative Summer Seminar,
1965 




Decline in SAT scores,
1976 




Dinner for "over30" members, Seattle,
1977 




Dolciani Mathematical Expositions,
1973, 1977 




Fiftieth Anniversary, Cornell University,
1965 




High School Contests,
1973 




New Mathematical Library,
1974 




Visiting Lectureship,
19561961, 19731974 




W. B. Ford Lecture Fund, legal aspects,
1972 




Committee on Award for Distinguished Service,
1965, 19721975 




Committee on Chauvenet Prize,
1976 




Committee on Corporate Members,
1973 




Committee on Educational Media,
19651966 
Box 
8636/36 



Committee on Educational Media,
19651966 




Committee on Educational Media,
19651967 




Committee on Educational Media  Level I,
19651966 




Committee on Educational Media  Final report to NSF,
1968 




Committee on National Awards,
19681977 
Box 
8636/37 



Committee on National Awards,
19701973 




Committee on National Awards and Public Representation 
National Medal of Science,
1972 




Committee on National Awards and Public Representation 
Medal of Honor Award,
1974 




Committee on Special Funds,
19691973 




Committee on Special Funds,
19741975 
Box 
8636/38 



Committee on Special Funds,
19761980 




Committee on Special Funds  Individual donors,
1973 




Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics,
Records,
Problems in College
Teaching, San Francisco,
& Detroit,
19651966, 1971;Oct. 1969March, 1970 




History of American Mathematics in World War II
Committee,
19761978 




History of American Mathematics in World War II
Committee,
19771980 




History of American Mathematics in World War II
Committee,
1980 




Nominating Committee,
1969 




Publication Committee,
1976 
Box 
8636/39 


National Academy of Sciences 




Records,
19651982 




Centennial,
1963 




Committee on Science and Public Policy (COSPUP),
19651980 




Committee on Support of Research in the Mathematical
Sciences (COSRIMS),
19651966 




Committee on Support of Research in the Mathematical
Sciences,
1966 




Election to membership,
1963 




National Research Council,
19311933, 19531955, 19631965 




National Research Council  Fulbright Awards Committee,
19501951 




Visit of President M. Nicolescu to Santa Barbara,
1970 
Box 
8636/40 


National Science Foundation 




Advisory Panel of the Course Content Improvement
Section,
19601961 




Divisional committees,
19581966 




Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
Division,
19581959 




Grant proposal evaluations,
19711982 




School Mathematics Study Group,
19581970 




Miscellaneous organizations 
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Positions, Fellowships, Visiting Professorships: 
Box 
8636/40 


Position offers,
19401968 
Box 
8636/41 


University of Texas,
19211923 



Guggenheim Fellowship,
19401941 



Visiting professorships,
1947, 1949, 1966, 1972 



Florida State University,
19611962 
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Faculty and Administrative Activities: 
Box 
8636/41 


University of Michigan 




Records,
19281977 




Correspondence,
19611962 




Advisory Committee to the Planning Study on Student
Development,
1960 




E. W. Miller Fund and Award,
19431979 




Faculty dismissals, Chan Davis, etc.,
1954 




Ford, Clinton  Ford Lecture Fund,
19711974 
Box 
8636/42 



President's Club,
19811982 




Reports on dissertations and theses,
19371947 




Russel Lectures,
19581970 




Sabbatical leaves,
19331934, 19561957 




Teaching appointments,
Summer, 1946 




University Committee on Scholarly Publications
(KarpinskyAdams Provencal Arithmetic book),
19431954 




Wilder's recollections of the University of Michigan
(typescript of recording),
1976 




Ziwet Lectures,
19631965 



University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara 




Appointment as visiting professor, correspondence,
biography form,
19671971 




Wilder Foundation Awards,
19771980 
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Teaching: 
Box 
8636/42 


Notes, course descriptions,
19351939 and undated 



Student papers 



Math 190 (Evolution of Mathematical Concepts and
Theories) 




Class notes, dittoes,
19701971 




Notes, diagrams, bibliographies, correspondence,
19691970 




Quiz, midterm, specimen questions from University of
Michigan and Hallerberg,
1963 




Math 190A; final exam and notes, University of
CaliforniaSanta Barbara,
1970 
Box 
8636/43 



Math 190A & B; handouts, notes, quizzes, (dittoes),
19701971 




Math 190B; Topics in Foundations of Mathematics,
University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara,
1971 



Materials relating to Math 195 (Foundations) 




Math 195; notes, background readings,
undated 




Math 195; notes, exams, correspondence, lecture
synopses, background readings, 




Math 195; course outlines,
19281949 and undated 




Exams,
19291962 




Notes labeled
"FM revision" 




Intuitionism, notes and background readings 



Math 193; notes,
19551956 and undated 
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Math 297; notes, student papers,
19561959 and undated 



Math 483; quizzes, finals,
19551965 



Math 495, notes 



Notes and background readings,
19301948 and undated 



Quiz questions,
19511966 



Synopsis of early lectures 



Works by and notes about Th. Skolem, A. Tarski, and O.
Veblen 



Zermelo postulate 



Math 196 (Linear continuum); notes,
1969 



College of Creative Studies, student papers, dittoed notes
and exams 



College of Creative Studies,
1972 



College of Creative Studies,
1973 



Ann Arbor Public Schools, Mathematics Seminar,
1963 



Course evaluations 
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Course evaluations (cont.) 
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Mathematicians  Biographical and Memorial
Items: 
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About mathematicians (clippings) 



Claytor, W. S.,
19671979 



Moore, R. L. 




Correspondence about and biographical items,
19701977 




Dedication of Robert Lee Moore Hall,
1973 




Forced retirement,
1969 




Instructorship fund,
19761977 




Presentation breakfast,
1976 



Rainich, G. Y.,
1955, 1968, 1982 



Savage, L. J.,
19711972 



Wilder, R. L., clippings, biographical directory entries,
19321982 
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Miscellaneous Professional Activities: 
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Advice,
19401978 



Books and periodicals: purchases and inquiries,
19331977 



Consulting: manuscript reviews,
19401980 



Humor 



Manuscripts and publications of others 



Political and wartime problems of foreign mathematicians,
19401980 



Refereeing,
19371979 
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Personal: 
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Education 




Palmer High School,
1914 




Brown University 




Student and alumni material,
19141920, 19721981 




Lecture notes: Mathematics (R. G. D. Richardson), Maps
and Mapmaking 




History course 
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English courses,
19141915 




60th reunion,
1978 




Naval service,
1918 
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Honors and Awards 




Brown University, 19201921 




University of Michigan, Phi Kappa Phi, 1945 
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Bucknell University, D.Sc.,
1955 




Brown University, Sc.D.,
1958 
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Mathematics Department honorary dinner [University of Michigan?], scroll signed by attendees, 1966 
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Mathematical Association of America, Award for
Distinguished Service,
1973 




University of Michigan, LL.D.,
1980 



Issues and controversies,
19461980 



Nonprofessional interests and activities 



I.F. Stone's Weekly,
19691971 



Nonprofessional organizations 



Travel 
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