Feit, Walter, papers, 1933-2005.

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Feit, Walter, papers, 1933-2005.

Correspondence and other materials, including preprints, reprints and manuscripts, make up the bulk of this collection. Collection contains correspondence between Feit and John G. Thompson, materials related to Walter Feit's memorial service and materials from Richard Brauer.

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Feit, Walter, 1930-

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Walter Feit (1930-2004) was a pure mathematician who contributed to algebra, geometry, topology, number theory and logic and was the co-author of one of the most influential papers ever written on finite group theory, "Solvability of Groups of Odd Order." From the description of Feit, Walter, papers, 1933-2005. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 63810147 Walter Feit, 1930-2004, was a pure mathematician who contributed to algebra, geometry, topo...

Thompson, John, 1932-

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Brauer, Richard, 1901-

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Richard Brauer (1901- ) was Professor of Mathematics at Harvard University. From the description of Papers of Richard Brauer, [1940?-1950?] (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77004515 ...

Serre, Jean-Pierre, 1926-

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