Use these images of mathematical people, texts, and objects in your classroom!

Portrait Gallery: Images of mathematicians from ancient to modern times.

Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection: Photos of mathematicians from the 1950s through the 1990s.

Mathematical Treasures Collection: Index of hundreds of images of historical objects and texts from libraries, museums, and individuals around the world. Highlights:

- The Quipu: A collection of images of Inca quipus, with references to their earliest descriptions.
- Counting Boards: Two photos of a rare and fine example of a counting table the author found in a French museum.
- Leonardo Da Vinci’s Geometric Sketches: Da Vinci illustrated Luca Pacioli’s 1509
*De divina proportione.*Several of his illustrations are shown here. - Johannes Kepler’s
*Astronomia Nova*: Images from Kepler’s 1609*New Astronomy.* *The Geometry*of Rene Descartes: Images from a 1659 Latin edition of Descartes’*Geometria,*originally published in 1637 in French as*La géométrie*.- Mathematical Objects: Index of the subset of our images of historical mathematical instruments, devices, and other three-dimensional objects.
- Mathematical Treasures from the Columbia University Library: Index of the subset of our images of mathematical treasures from the David Eugene Smith and George Arthur Plimpton collections.
- Mathematical Treasures from the Linda Hall Library: Index of the subset of our images of mathematical treasures from this rare book library focused on the history of science and technology.
- National Museum of American History Object Groups, Smithsonian Institution: Index of the subset of our images of mathematical treasures from the Smithsonian.