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The Archives of American Mathematics (AAM) includes extensive photographic documentation of 20th century mathematicians from around the world as well as educational films. This page presents digitized photographs and films from the collections of the AAM. More will be added as they become available.
Images of members of the Eighth Air Force Operations Analysis Section, taken in 1944.
Films featuring Max Beberman teaching a series titled "Teaching High School Mathematics." Made by the University of Illinois Committee on School Mathematics in the 1960s.
Digitized correspondence between Paul Erdős and Carl Pomerance, 1974-1995.
68 photographs from the Walter Feit Papers. Images feature Feit and other mathematicians at various events from the 1940s and 2003.
Photographs from the Frederick Lincoln Fuller Papers. Images include F. L. Fuller, cash registers, and other computing equipment whose invention he was involved in.
Images from the Robert E. Greenwood Papers, including Greenwood, his family, and colleagues.
Filmed lectures given by Paul Halmos during a 1975 lecture tour to Australia.
An arithmetic textbook handwritten in 1802 by Thomas James, a teacher in Virginia.
Photographs from the papers of a UT alumnus and early student of R. L. Moore. Images include Renke Lubben and other students, Moore, and early scenes of UT and Austin.
Photographs from the records of the MAA, including presidents, members, and activities of the organization.
Lecturers include, George Pólya, A. S. Besicovitch, David Blackwell, Solomon Lefschetz, Marston Morse, and Mark Kac, and Richard Courant. Digitized with generous funding from the Simons Foundation.
R. H. Bing delivers his MAA retiring presidential address. John Milnor gives the Hedrick Lecture in 3 parts on differential topology.
Images from the R. L. Moore Papers, including Moore, his family, and colleagues and students.
Photographs from the R. L. Moore Legacy Collection. Images include Moore, students, and colleagues.
Small groups of photographs, consisting of 10 or fewer images, chosen from 20 mathematics collections.
Photographs from the I. J. Schoenberg Papers. Schoenberg was known for his work on splines and Pólya frequency functions.
15 films featuring Stewart Moredock explaining mathematical concepts to elementary school teachers.
Images from the School Mathematics Study Group Records, including stills from SMSG films made in the 1960s and Edward Begle.
Photographs from the Clifford A. Truesdell Papers, depicting Truesdell throughout his life.
Images from the H. S. Vandiver Papers, including Vandiver and his family.
Photographs of mathematicians taken from the 1950s to 1992. Includes Mina Rees, George Pólya, Olga Taussky-Todd, John Todd, Magnus Hestenes, and others.