Zygmunt William Birnbaum Papers 1920-2000

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Zygmunt William Birnbaum Papers, 1920-2000

Zygmunt William Birnbaum Papers 1920-2000

Contains materials documenting Dr. Birnbaum's career as a mathematician at the University of Washington, as well as correspondence documenting his efforts to assist emigration from Nazi Poland and his involvement with the loyalty oath suit filed against the university in 1964.

6.9 cubic ft.; 8 boxes, one oversize folder

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Bloch, Maurycy

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University of Washington. University Archives

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Lomnicki, Z. A. (Zbigniew Alexander), 1904-

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Schaerf, Henry M., 1907-

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Birnbaum, Hilde Merzbach, 1909-2003

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Born 1909, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Wife of Zygmund William (Bill) Birnbaum (1903-2000). From the description of Hilde Birnbaum oral history interview, 1999. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173692206 ...

Birnbaum, Z. W. (Zygmund William), 1903-2000

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Zygmunt William Birnbaum was born in Lwoʹw, Austria-Hungary, in 1903. After obtaining a law degree in 1925 and a Ph. D. in mathematics in 1929, both from the University of Lwoʹw, Birnbaum pursued postdoctural studies at the University of Göttingen in Germany, 1929-1931. Due to worsening economic and political conditions in Germany, Birnbaum worked in New York as a newspaper correspondent and then accepted a research assistantship in biometrics at New York University. In 1939, he joined the Univ...

Isserman, Alexander

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Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

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The Institute of Mathematical Statistics is an international professional and scholarly society devoted to the development, dissemination, and application of statistics and probability. The Institute currently (2009) has approximately 4,500 members in all parts of the world. From the description of Records, 1965-[ongoing] (Iowa State University). WorldCat record id: 237112417 ...

Bauer, Lothar

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Berger, Jacob, 1908-

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Katz, Leo

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Neyman, Jerzy, 1894-

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Birnbaum, Lina

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Bernstein, Felix, 1878-1956

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Altbach, Jozia

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Bories, Rosa

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Steinhaus, Hugo, 1887-1972

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Birnbaum, Ignacy

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Hotelling, Harold, 1895-1973

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Harold Hotelling, 1895-1973, mathematical statistician and mathematical economist, taught at Columbia University from 1931 until he left in 1946 to establish the Institute of Statistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During the Second World War Hotelling did research in Columbia University's Statistical Research Group. Later he was involved in research for the Office of Naval Research at Chapel Hill. He was active in many professional organizations, especially the Institute ...

Rubel, Ludwik

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Birnbaum, Franciszka

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Manelska, Ala

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Lindemann, Max

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Woyczýnski, W. A. (Wojbor Andrzej), 1943-

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Lederer, Ruth K.

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Berger, Rita, 1912-

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