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Who Was Miss Mullikin? Archival Sources

Who Was Miss Mullikin?

Thomas L. Bartlow and David E. Zitarelli

The following article, which appeared in the American Mathematical Monthly, 116, no. 2 (February 2009): 99-114, is available as a PDF as well.

Table of Contents
1Introduction
2Dissertation
3Mathematical Legacy
4Teaching Career
5Life and Family
6Conclusion
7Archival Sources
8References

7 ARCHIVAL SOURCES.

In addition to published items, the authors have drawn material from a number of important archival sources:

A1. "Mullikin, Anna Margaret, 1915," Alumnae File, Special Collections and Archives, Julia Rogers Library, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD.

A2. Letter, J.R. Kline to R.L. Moore, August 5, 1921; R.L. Moore Papers, 1891-1975, Archives of American Mathematics, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin (hereafter RLM-AAM-CAH).

A3. Letter, J.R. Kline to R.L. Moore, September 11, 1921; RLM-AAM-CAH.

A4. Letter, J.R. Kline to R.L. Moore, April 22, 1929; RLM-AAM-CAH.

A5. Letter, J.R. Kline to R.L. Moore, September 29, 1922; RLM-AAM-CAH.

A6. Deed 697-297, City of Philadelphia, Department of Records.

A7. "Mullikin, Anna Margaret," Alumnae Records Collection, Archives, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

A8. RG 60.2, Mayor's Papers 1941, Federal Government, City of Philadelphia, Department of Records, City Archives.

A9. RG 60-101.1, Council of Defense, Annual Reports, City of Philadelphia, Department of Records, City Archives.

A10. "Julia Morgan," Mission Biographical Reference Files Reel 53, ID1694, General Commission on Archives and History, The United Methodist Church, Madison, NJ.

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