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ITEM — Box: 3 Identifier: MS Am 1632, (75)

Peirce, Charles S. (Charles Sanders), 1839-1914. Notes on Associative Multiple Algebra : autograph manuscript, undated

Dates

  • Creation: undated

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English.

Physical Description

23 pp.

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.

Extent

1 folder

Physical Location

b

General note

Itsm (76) and (77) moved here?

The main proposition of this note was presented to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 11, 1875; and is published in the Proceedings of the Academy on p. 392. It is clear that this manuscript and the following two (76 and 77) belong together. See G-1875-2 and 3.150-151.

Repository Details

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