Thu Feb 12 22:02:45 2015 UTClccn-n500065090.00Bell, Eric Temple0.441.00Moore, R.L., Papers,121828386Eric_Temple_Belln 50006509345412142052Bell, È. T.Bell, E. T. 1883-1960Bell, E. T. (Eric Temple), 1883-1960.Bell, Eric T.Bell, Eric T. 1883-1960Bell, Eric T. (Eric Temple), 1883-1960Bell, Eric TempleTaine JohnTaine, John 1883-1960Temple Bell, EricTemple Bell, Eric 1883-1960Temple, Eric Bell 1883-1960Белл, Э. Т 1883-1960Белл, Э. Т. (Эрик Темпл), 1883-1960ベル, E. TcontainsVIAFID/24677417Taine, John, 1883-1960lccn-n50050910Reid, Constanceautlccn-n86073778Dudley, Underwoodedtviaf-200894491Gandillon, Amitrllccn-n82245625Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur1910-2003edtlccn-n79123985Van Vogt, A. E.(Alfred Elton)1912-2000lccn-n80057222De Camp, L. Sprague(Lyon Sprague)1907-2000lccn-n79067868Heinlein, Robert A.(Robert Anson)1907-1988lccn-n81063251Campbell, John W.Jr(John Wood)1910-1971lccn-n50014271Smith, E. E.(Edward Elmer)1890-1965lccn-n79027136Williamson, Jack1908-2006Bell, Eric Temple1883-1960HistoryBiographyFictionMathematicsMathematiciansMathematics--PhilosophyNumber theoryNumber conceptFermat's theoremUnited StatesAuthors, AmericanScience fictionLogic, Symbolic and mathematicalScience--PhilosophyScienceAlgebraSymbolism of numbersScience fiction, AmericanCivilizationNumerologyNumerical functionsSuperman (Philosophical concept)Civilization--Extraterrestrial influencesPaleontologistsResearchLaplace, Pierre Simon,--marquis de,Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm,--Freiherr von,ArchimedesPascal, Blaise,Newton, IsaacLobachevskiĭ, N. I.--(Nikolaĭ Ivanovich),Cauchy, Augustin Louis,--Baron,Hamilton, William Rowan,--Sir,Gauss, Carl Friedrich,SylvesterFourier, Jean-Baptiste-Joseph,Lagrange, J. L.--(Joseph Louis),Abel, Niels Henrik,Poncelet,--M.--(Jean Victor),Descartes, René,Bell, Eric Temple,ScientistsEnglandDickson, Leonard E.--(Leonard Eugene),Novelists, EnglishLefschetz, Solomon,Moore, Eliakim Hastings,Chittenden, Edward WilsonInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Hasse, Helmut,Beckenbach, Edwin FArithmeticGroves, Leslie R.,1883196019021905190619081912191519161919192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968197119721973197419751976197719791981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199519961997199819992002200320042005200720082009201020112012201414305171724510.9QA28ocn000514181ocn000523284ocn000899715ocn013559123ocn000882091ocn022735098ocn010154964ocn000967616ocn000486519ocn000967369ocn611612624ocn437071734ocn437066181ocn3100822794198174ocn000514181book19360.24Bell, Eric TempleMen of mathematicsHistoryBiographyA collection of biographies describing the lives and achievements of 29 mathematicians. Includes Zeno, Descartes, Fermat, Pascal, Newton, and Leibniz+-+1363716215204552ocn000523284book19400.47Bell, Eric TempleThe development of mathematicsHistorySpanish translation of "The development of mathematics" a history of mathematics+-+2487271395172767ocn000899715book19510.35Bell, Eric TempleMathematics, queen and servant of scienceHistoryAn integration and amplification of two earlier volumes by the same author: The queen of the sciences, 1931 and The handmaiden of the sciences, 1937, this book presents a history of pure and applied mathematics+-+629903833532498841ocn000882091book19450.39Bell, Eric TempleThe magic of numbersHistoryFrom one of the foremost interpreters for lay readers of the history and meaning of mathematics: a stimulating account of the origins of mathematical thought and the development of numerical theory. It probes the work of Pythagoras, Galileo, Berkeley, Einstein, and others, exploring how number magic has influenced religion, philosophy, science, and mathematics+-+633217139589621ocn022735098book19610.54Bell, Eric TempleThe last problemHistory47718ocn000967369book19310.70Bell, Eric TempleThe queen of the sciences46319ocn000652411book19340.77Bell, Eric TempleThe search for truth+-+726746112536311ocn001048811book19370.77Bell, Eric TempleThe handmaiden of the sciences29827ocn000660691book19270.80Bell, Eric TempleAlgebraic arithmetic+-+46519367352509ocn001433803book19330.56Bell, Eric TempleNumerology2207ocn001710048book19340.80Bell, Eric TempleBefore the dawn1438ocn002150750book19300.74Bell, Eric TempleThe iron star1402ocn000627512book19640.56Bell, Eric TempleThe time stream. The greatest adventure. The purple sapphire. Three science-fiction novels1366ocn003009372book19380.82Bell, Eric TempleMan and his lifebelts1313ocn001367009book19660.60Bell, Eric TempleSeeds of life, and White lily11016ocn001621852book19310.87Bell, Eric TempleSeeds of lifeFiction952ocn000685260book19450.70Bell, Eric TempleNumerology, the magic of numbers7610ocn007769371book19150.89Bell, Eric TempleAn arithmetical theory of certain numerical functions+-+2051619066324673ocn001895266book19470.80Taine, JohnThe forbidden garden674ocn004609203book19490.85Bell, Eric TempleThe cosmic geoids : and one otherFictionThe ancient records of the death of the Eosian universe are being deciphered by a scholar, who mysteriously dies. For contents, see Author Catalog5811ocn029190602book19930.50Reid, ConstanceThe search for E.T. Bell : also known as John TaineBiography+-+435003833511ocn144634396art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenBell, Prof. E(ric) T(emple) : California Institute, Pasadena, Calif11ocn050824370art1999Bell, Eric TempleBiography11ocn052247201mix1.00Moore, Eliakim HastingsPapersContains correspondence relating chiefly to research, notes taken by students, reprints, and notes and manuscripts on mathematics. Also includes some records of the University of Chicago's Department of Mathematics from Moore's tenure as department chairman. Correspondents include E.T. Bell, Oskar Bolza, Charles R. Dines, T.H. Hildebrandt, Bertrand Russell, Oswald Veblen, H.S. Vandimir, and others11ocn881397028mixGlocker, GeorgeScientific publications, volume 5BiographyGlocker's volume of scientific publications ranges from a retyped copy of the survey form from the American Institute of Physics Project for the History of Recent Physics in the United States, to correspondence concerning his participation on Ph.D. student committees. The autobiographical part lists the schools and universities Glockler attended (University of Washington, Seattle, and University of California, Berkeley); his most important contributions; the most influential persons in his student career (Eric T. Bell and Gilbert N. Lewis); teaching and research methods; and hobbies. File also includes: bibliography, photographs, reprints, and correspondence11ocn881394747file1964Pauling, LinusOral history interview with Linus Carl PaulingHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with circa 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Max Abraham, Sam Allison, Anderson, Harry Bateman, Eric Temple Bell, Hans Albrecht Bethe, Niels Henrik David Bohr, Bragg, Percy Williams Bridgman, Clark, Edward Condon, Robert Dawson, Peter Josef William Debye, Hobart Cutler Dickinson, William Duane, Paul Ehrenfest, John Ellis, Kasimir Fajans, Ronald Geballe, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, Victor Guillemin, William Draper Harkins, Walter Heitler, Lloyd Alexander Jeffress, Irving Langmuir, Gilbert Newton Lewis, Fritz London, H. J. Lucas, Edwin Mattison McMillan, Robert Andrews Millikan, A. A. Noyes, Wilhelm Ostwald, Boris Podolsky, Floyd Rowland, Erwin Schrödinger, Allen Goodrich Shenstone, William Shockley, Arnold Sommerfeld, Richard Chance Tolman, Albrecht Unsöld, Gregor Wentzel, Hermann Weyl; California Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Kben︣havns Universität, Oregon Agricultural College, Universität München, Universität Zurich, and University of California, Berkeley11ocn086147090mixRea, Charles EInside looking inside :InterviewsAnecdotes11ocn019525331mix1.00Moore, R. LMoore, R.L., PapersCollection documents the career of R.L. Moore (1882-1974) at the University of Texas (1920-1974), with a small amount of material concerning his doctoral studies at the University of Chicago11ocn171187886art19330.10Bell, Prof. E(ric) T(emple)11ocn019525544mix1.00Vandiver, Harry SchultzVandiver, H.S., PapersArchivesThe collection documents the career of H.S. Vandiver. Vandiver was an authority on Fermat's last theorem, and his papers contain material collected for a book on this subject. Correspondents include A.A. Albert, E.T. Bell, R. Bellman, G.D. Birkhoff, S.G. Bourne, R. Brauer, L. Carlitz, A. Church, H.S.M. Coxeter, L.E. Dickson, H.H. Hasse, I.M. Herstein, S. Lefschetz, D.N. Lehmer, E.H. Moore, C.A. Nicol, E.L. Post, B.L. van der Waerden, and A.L. Whiteman. Material includes correspondence (about 2350 items), research notes, bibliographies, lecture notes, notebooks, drafts of publications, reprints, and photographs+-+2487271395+-+2487271395Fri Feb 13 10:41:40 EST 2015batch29496