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ITEM — Box: 3 Identifier: MS Am 1632, (70)

Peirce, Charles S. (Charles Sanders), 1839-1914. Analysis of some Demonstrations concerning definite Positive Integers (N) : autograph manuscript


  • Creation: 1787-1951

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English.

Physical Description

pp. 1-20.

Conditions Governing Access

Restricted: closed for digitization.

Boxes 20-21 (Items 301-316) Boxes 43-45 (Items 694-693) Boxes 33-35 (Items 471-517) Individual Items: 145 328 507 593 725 797-798 802 841 1355 1363-1364

For all other material, there are no restrictions on physical access. Collection is open for research.


1 folder

Physical Location


General note

Also with 50 pp. of variants and notes.

See notes for an explanation of existential graphs. The versos of some pages contain notes for dictionary. In addition there is a draft of a letter in reply to an advertisement appearing in the New York Herald.

Burks' category: G-1905-6.

Repository Details

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