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Articles about the Archives of American Mathematics

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  • Historia Mathematica
    • "New Archives of American Mathematics Collections," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Volume 20, page 92-94, February 1993
    • "Archives of American Mathematics," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Volume 14, page 366-374, November 1987
    • "Papers of C. A. Truesdell and R. L. Wilder," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Voume 13, pages 171-172, 1986
    • "Archive of the School Mathematics Study Group," by Albert C. Lewis; Volume 6, page 206-207, 1979
    • "Establishment of 'The Archives of American Mathematics,'" by Albert C. Lewis; Volume 5, page 340-341, August 1978
    • "Papers of R. L. Moore and H. S. Vandiver," by Albert C. Lewis; Volume 2, page 272, 1975
  • History of Science in America News and Views:
    • "Availabilty of Collections," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Volume 9, page 6, 1992
    • "News and Announcements," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Volume 4, pages 9-10, 1987
  • A Century of Mathematics in America, Part III, edited by Peter Duren, American Mathematical Society, Providence: Rhode Island, 1989, pages 667-674, "Sources for the History of Mathematics in the Archives of American Mathematics," by Frederic F. Burchsted
  • American Institute of Physics History Newsletter
    • "Sources for the History of Physics in the University Archives of the University of Texas at Austin," by Frederic F. Burchsted, Volume 20, number 2, November 1988
  • History of Science Society Newsletter:
    • "Archives," by Frederic F. Burchsted; Volume 16, page 21, 1987
  • History of Science Society Guide to the History of Science, by Frederic F. Burchsted; page 54, 1986
  • The Mathematical Intelligencer:
    • "An Archive for American Mathematics," by Albert C. Lewis; Volume 1, pages 175-176, 1978

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Reference inquiries regarding the Archives of American Mathematics should be directed to the Reference Department of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at 512/495-4532 or at cah.reference@austin.utexas.edu.

Other inquiries about the Archives of American Mathematics should be directed to Carol Mead, Archivist, Archives of American Mathematics, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at 512/495-4539, or at carolmead@austin.utexas.edu.