A Guide to the John F. Riordan papers, Rockefeller University Faculty FA191 Riordan (John F.) papers
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A Guide to the John F. Riordan papers, Rockefeller University Faculty
FA191

Series 1: Correspondence, 1967-1982

Series Description

Includes abstracts of papers, notes, papers, and reference letters.

Correspondents include George E. Andrews, Richard Askey, Edward A. Bender, Leonard Carlitz, C.Y. Chao, L. Comtet, Leroy J. Dickey, Robert Donaghey, D. Dumont, R.C. Entringer, John A. Ewell, Harley Flanders, D. Foata, H.O. Foulkes, Robert Gilmer, Karl Goldberg, Jay Goldman, H.W. Gould, Richard K. Guy, Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo, Paul Halmos, Peter L. Hammer, Frank Harary, Verner E. Hoggatt, Jr., Joseph B. Kadane, Gill Kalai, Irving Kaplansky, Murray S. Klamkin, David A. Klarner, Donald E. Knuth, John Konvalina, G. Kreweras, Robert E. Krieger, Shri H.V. Krishna, W. Kuich, Aert H. Kuipers, Jean L. Lavoie, Joshua Lederberg, D. Lehmer, Colin L. Mallows, Albert W. Marshall, Valeric Mike, New York Academy of Sciences, Princeton University Press, D. Rogers, David Roselle, William J. Rosenberg, Gian-Carlo Rota, Bruce Rothschild, Joseph Rotman, Morris Schreiber, M.P. Schutzenberger, Frederick Seitz, Neil J.A. Sloane, Paul R. Stein, Lajos Takacs, Stephen Tanny, Stephen Thaler, L. Toscano, W.T. Tutte, Glenn Whitehead, Wiley-Interscience.

Subjects include reviews of papers by Riordan.

Extent

1.0 cubic ft.

Arrangement

Arranged in alphabetical order by name of correspondent, then in chronological order.

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