Hermann Collitz papers, 1846-1935.


Hermann Collitz papers, 1846-1935.

The collection consists largely of Collitz's professional correspondence and his writings. Also included are his research notes and reprints of other authors used in his research.

13.3 linear ft. (32 document boxes)



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