Papers, 1857-1903.

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Bjerknes, C. A. (Carl Anton), 1825-1903. Papers, 1857-1903.

Papers, 1857-1903.

Correspondence, 1857-1903. Posthumous manuscripts, in bindings, nos. 1-364. Lecture notes, etc. in 9 cardboard files. Biographical and scientific description of hydrodynamic research by Vilhelm and C. A. Bjerknes. Material and drafts of [Niels Henrik] Abel biography. Subjects covered: mathematics and physics. Correspondents include: Vilhelm Bjerknes, 1877-1903; N. O. Hesselberg, 1902; M. Kierulf, 1880; W. F. og Aletta Koren, 1857-1877; Max Planck, 1899; Hanna Smith, 1883-1884; Ludvig Sylow, 1867-1882.

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