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Franklin Haimo Papers

 Collection
Identifier: WUA-03-wua00388

The Franklin Haimo Papers consists of professional and academic correspondence, teaching materials for various mathematics courses, and offprints of publications.

Dates

  • undated

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Conditions Governing Use

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Extent

1.00 linear feet

1 boxes

Biographical or Historical Information

Franklin Haimo was a professor of mathematics at Washington University from 1947 until his death in 1982.  Born in 1919 in Portland, Oregon, Haimo earned a B.A. from Reed College in 1941 and a M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1942 and 1947. He was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton in the 1972-1973 academic year and returned there each summer for research as a visiting fellow. Throughout his career he published papers on group theory.  He died on June 3, 1982.

The Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Awards for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics are awards given by the Mathematical Association of America to recognize college or university teachers "who have been widely recognized as extraordinarily successful and whose teaching effectiveness has been shown to have had influence beyond their own institutions."

Title
Franklin Haimo Papers
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
eng

Revision Statements

  • 2020 November 13: Resource record updated in ArchiveSpace by Sarah Schnuriger.

Collecting Area Details

Part of the University Archives Collecting Area

Contact:
Sonya Rooney
Olin Library, 1 Brookings Drive
MSC 1061-141-B
St. Louis MO 63130 US
(314) 935-5495