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**Lorch, Edgar R.**
(1993)

Szeged in 1934. Edited by Hersh, Reuben.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 219-230).
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Article
**Price, G. Baley**
(1993)

The seventy-fifth anniversary celebration.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 4-15).
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**Maxwell, John D.**
(1993)

John Marvin Colaw and the *American Mathematical Monthly*.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 117-118).
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Review
**Swetz, F.J.**
(1992)

Review of "The crest of the peacock: Non-European roots of mathematics".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
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**Halmos, Paul R.**
(1990)

Has progress in mathematics slowed down?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 561-588).
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**Chern, Shiing-Shen**
(1990)

What is geometry?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 679-686).
(/isis/citation/CBB000053449/)

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**Almkvist, Gert; Berndt, Bruce**
(1988)

Gauss, Landen, Ramanujan, the arithmetic geometric mean, ellipses, *pi*, and the *Ladies Diary*.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 585-608).
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**Althoen, Steven C.; McLaughlin, Renate**
(1987)

Gauss-Jordan reduction: A brief history.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 130-142).
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**Long, Robert L.**
(1986)

Remarks on the history and philosophy of mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 609-619).
(/isis/citation/CBB000059630/)

Article
**Taylor, Angus E.**
(1984)

A life in mathematics remembered.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 605-618).
(/isis/citation/CBB000029133/)

Article
**Grabiner, Judith V.**
(1983)

Who gave you the epsilon? Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 185-194).
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Article
**Walter, Wolfgang**
(1982)

Old and new approaches to Euler's trigonometric expansions.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 225-230).
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**Fearnley-Sander, Desmond**
(1982)

Hermann Grassmann and the prehistory of universal algebra.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 161-166).
(/isis/citation/CBB000024325/)

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**Grattan-Guinness, Ivor**
(1981)

On the development of logics between the two world wars.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 495-509).
(/isis/citation/CBB000014336/)

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**Siegberg, Hans Willi**
(1981)

Some historical remarks concerning degree theory.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 125-139).
(/isis/citation/CBB000027186/)

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**Phillips, G. M.**
(1981)

Archimedes, the numerical analyst.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 165-169).
(/isis/citation/CBB000014472/)

Article
**Rosen, Michael**
(1981)

Abel's theorem on the lemniscate.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 387-395).
(/isis/citation/CBB000014488/)

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**Rappaport, Karen D.**
(1981)

S. Kovalevsky: A mathematical lesson.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 564-574).
(/isis/citation/CBB000014349/)

Article
**Prékopa, András**
(1980)

On the development of optimization theory.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 527-542).
(/isis/citation/CBB000003275/)

Article
**Deakin, Michael**
(1980)

Euler's version of the Laplace transform.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 264-269).
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