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Carl Langenhop papers

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2001_104-UA

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Carl Langenhop was born in 1922, received his bachelor's degree from University of Louisville in 1943 and his PhD from Iowa State College in 1948. He taught mathematics at Iowa State, Southern Illinois University, and the University of Kentucky, retiring in 1988. Much of the material in this collection consists of letters and essays from Carl Leiden. Leiden was born in 1922, earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics at Iowa State in 1945, and received a PhD in political science at the State University of Iowa in 1949. He went on to teach at several institutions, including Marshall College, the American University (Cairo), and the University of Texas at Austin. Materials include correspondence, stories and essays, as well as a textbook, Introduction to Mathematics, donated as a work in progress. Also included are a copy of Deutscher Reichsbohn-kalendar, 1938; U of L ephemera; and a draft of a mathematics textbook written by Carl Langenhop.

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  • 1990-2013



10.875 linear feet (19 manuscript boxes, 4 half-manuscript boxes, and 1 flat)