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Reminiscence of R. E. Greenwood, 1984 Sept. 5.

Author: R E Greenwood
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Princeton mathematics community in the 1930s : an oral history project
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Greenwood's written addition to his oral history interview (PMC 16) describes graduate student life at Princeton in the late 1930s, his fellow graduate students, their activities (especially at the Graduate College), and the professors (Luther Eisenhart, Paul Erdos, Witold Hurecwicz, and others). Greenwood writes about the topology seminars at Princeton and about his oral examination (with Solomon Lefschetz) for his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: R E Greenwood
OCLC Number: 63289515
Description: Transcript : 7 p.

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Greenwood's written addition to his oral history interview (PMC 16) describes graduate student life at Princeton in the late 1930s, his fellow graduate students, their activities (especially at the Graduate College), and the professors (Luther Eisenhart, Paul Erdos, Witold Hurecwicz, and others). Greenwood writes about the topology seminars at Princeton and about his oral examination (with Solomon Lefschetz) for his Ph.D. Finally, Greenwood describes the H. Petard spoof, a tongue-in-cheek article published in the American Mathematical Monthly in 1938.

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