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1. Daniel Kirkwood papers, 1864-1895 .3 cubic feet (1 box)

Kirkwood, Daniel, 1814-1895
Daniel Kirkwood was an astronomer and professor of mathematics at Indiana University almost continuously from 1856 until 1886. Collection consists of papers of Daniel Kirkwood in two series: Correspondence and Publications. Correspondence, 1864-1895, consists of both incoming and outgoing correspondence. Some noted correspondents are Cyrus Nutt, president of Indiana University 1860-1875, Joseph Swain, IU president, 1893-1902, astronomer Sherburne W. Burnham, and Arthur C. Mellette, governor of the Dakota Territory from 1861-1889. The Publications series, 1864-1891, consists of articles written by Kirkwood. Several of the publications are photocopies of the originals.
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Rothrock, David Andrew, 1864-1949.
David Andrew Rothrock was a professor of mathematics at Indiana University from 1892 to 1937 and Director of Admissions from 1937-1938. The collection consists of manuscripts of published materials, teaching materials, notebooks kept while he was a student at the University of Chicago and Leipzig University, and one piece of correspondence The teaching materials include mathematical computations and exercises, writings about theories, notes from specific classes he taught, and student papers from a seminar.
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Williams, Kenneth P. (Kenneth Powers), 1887-1958.
Williams taught mathematics at Indiana University for nearly 50 years however, he was best known for his multi-volume work, Lincoln Finds a General, 1949. Williams was also the first commander of the Student Army Training Corps, later to be known as The Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at Indiana University.
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Davisson, Schuyler C. (Schuyler Colfax), 1866-1960.
The papers of Schuyler Colfax Davisson, Indiana University alumnus and Mathematics Professor, span the years 1900-1936 and are organized into two series: Professional Papers and Publications & Manuscripts. The Professional papers series consists of biographical information, correspondence, and examinations. The Publications & Manuscripts series includes manuscripts and publications, including copies of his book College algebra.