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1938-1952, 1938-1952 1 folder
Box 4c, Folder 66
Miscellaneous, 1937-1975 1 folder
Box 5a, Folder 77
1934-1959, 1934-1959 1 folder
Box 5a, Folder 78
Subscriptions, 1936-1972 1 folder
Box 5a, Folder 83
Unclassified, 1937-1976 1 folder
Box 5a, Folder 84
Includes requests for biographical information, charitable solicitations, lecture invitations, editorial correspondence, honors bestowed, internal correspondence of the Institute for Advanced Study, literary solicitations, offprint and permissions requests, and correspondence with professional societies. Also includes unsolicited correspondence from cranks and autograph seekers.
"Phil. XIV", 1946 July-1955 May 1 folder
Box 6b, Folder 72
Philosophy, 1941 May-1955 May 1 box 2 items
Set of notebooks labeled and dated by Gödel as quoted below (names of months have been translated from abbreviations), containing notes on philosophical "maxims" in Gabelsberger shorthand with headings in German or English
Series 3: Topical notebooks, 1912-1974 May 7 boxes 8 items
Includes school exercise books, university course notes, vocabulary notebooks, notes for Gödel's lectures at Vienna and Notre Dame, and several series of notebooks on mathematical logic, philosophy, and current events. Among the notebooks are sixteen "Arbeitshefte" (mathematical workbooks), fourteen labelled "Allgemeine Bildung," nine history notebooks, six designated as "Logic and foundations" and four as "Results on foundations," and fifteen philosophical notebooks including material from before May 1941 until the end of Gödel's life. The philosophical notebooks are designated as "Max 0-XV," of which volume XIII is missing; the second of three theological notebooks is also lost.
AMs Notebook (in English and Gabelsberger shorthand), labeled "Bicentennial Dec. 1946", 1946 1 folder
Box 8b, Folder 80
Box 8b, Folder 81
Printed Material: Copy of Problems of Mathematics (Princeton Bicentennial Conference Report), 1946 1 folder
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Box 8b, Folder 82
Series 4: Drafts and Offprints, 1929-1980 8 boxes
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Drafts, manuscripts and typescript "Reinschriften," galleys and offprints of Gödel's articles, lectures, and reviews, published and unpublished, in English, German, and Gabelsberger shorthand. Important unpublished items includes Gödel's 1951 Gibbs lecture ( *1951), a longer version of Gödel's essay on relativity theory and idealistic philosophy, "Is mathematics syntax of language?" ( *1953/9), (intended for Schilpp 1963), and a revised English version ( 1972) of the Dialectica paper ( 1958).
Mathematical Reviews, 1940-1958 1 folder
Box 11a, Folder 78
Series 5: Bibliographic Notes and Memoranda, 1200-1975 6 boxes 2 items
Diverse notes and memoranda slips, including reading notes, library request slips, bibliographic excerpts and memoranda, and memoranda books. Extensive notes on history, philosophy and theology, especially the works of Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (primary and secondary sources). Largely in Gabelsberger shorthand.
Series 6: Other Loose Manuscript Notes, 1935-1967 3 boxes 4 items
Includes computation sheets, reference lists of formulas, miscellaneous mathematical notes and fragmentary drafts, and notes which once accompanied books and papers of others.
Box 13a, Folder 11
Includes elementary and secondary school report cards, course announcements and enrollment slips for courses taught by Gödel, homework graded by Gödel, and administrative correspondence and announcements from the University of Vienna, Notre Dame, and the Institute for Advanced Study.
Includes apartment rental agreements, birth, baptismal, marriage, and citizenship certificates, copyright and publishing agreements, patent documents and correspondence of Gödel's father, passports, and powers of attorney.
Box 13c, Folder 45
(See also Hotel and sanatorium receipts)
Box 13c, Folder 53
1946-1963, 1946-1963 1 folder
Box 14a, Folder 3
Series 10: Medical Records, 1932-1976 February 1 box 2 items
Dosage records, medical and dietary memoranda, lists of doctors, prescriptions, and temperature records.
Consists of wedding portraits and photographs of Kurt and Adele Gödel.
Subseries 11C: Photographs less than 4″x5", 1925-1972 2 boxes
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Consists of portraits and candid photographs of Kurt Gödel as well as of friends and family members.
Participants in the Princeton Bicentennial Conference on Problems of Mathematics: Group portrait, 1946 1 folder
Box 16, Folder 6
Subseries 11E: Photographs larger than 11″x14" (Filed in Series XIV: Extra Large Items, 1946-1971 1 box
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Consists of photographs of the N.A.S.A. surveys of the moon as well as of participants in the Princeton Bicentennial Conference on Problems of Mathematics.
Series 11: Photographs, 1924-1975 September 18 5 boxes
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Snapshots of Gödel alone and with family, friends, and colleagues. Some formal portraits. Photographs of the Gödel home at 145 Linden Lane. Some photographs of Gödel's ancestors and his wife's parents. N.A.S.A. Mars and lunarscape photos.
Box 16. Items filed in order of the series in which they logically belong.
Gödel's collection of preprints and offprints (also includes some TMss and AMss) of his colleagues' work. Preprints and offprints which were sent to Gödel with accompanying correspondence are labeled to indicate the item number of the letter with which they were sent. Correspondence is filed separately in the correspondence Series I and II. Likewise, manuscript notes which once accompanied preprints or offprints have been filed separately, mostly in Series VI, as indicated by the item number recorded on each preprint or offprint. There are additional offprints and preprints at the Institute for Advanced Study Library.
Kurt Gödel Papers, 1905-1980 (mostly 1930-1970)
30.75 linear feet
54 boxes, 22 items, and 9 reels
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The papers comprise documents relating to all periods of the life of Kurt Gödel, foremost mathematical logician of the twentieth century, including scientific correspondence, notebooks, drafts, unpublished manuscripts, academic, legal, and financial records, and all manner of loose notes and memoranda.
Letters from Mencken to Ryder, 1922-1947 2 folders
Box 1, Folder 1-2
Tribal Lands Expansion, 1942-1993 2 folders
Box 22, Folder 5-6
Reservation Deeds, 1913-1984 1 folder
Box 4, Folder 10
Land Claims, 1917-1984 3 folders
Box 17, Folder 1-3
Water Documents, 1910-1986 1 folder
Box 5, Folder 8
Chuichu Area, 1943-1989 4 folders
Box 12, Folder 2-5
Gila Bend, 1909-1986 5 folders
Box 14, Folder 1-5
Box 15, Folder 2-4
Box 16, Folder 17
Box 16, Folder 1
Box 16, Folder 8-9
Founding Documents, 1912-1973 1 folder
Box 21, Folder 1
Series 1 primarily pertains to the land and water rights of specific American Indian tribes or peoples. Most of the communities represented by Byler are native to the Southwest, especially Arizona, though issues related to tribes and peoples residing in Washington state, the Midwest, and the Southeast are also documented.
Tripolitania, 1912-1960 1 folder
Box 1, Folder 2
Various Files, circa 1910-1980 1 folder
Box 1, Folder 3
Topics and organizations documented include Libyan rebels, Italian settlers from Tunisia, Istituzione del Ministero delle Colonie, and La Riconquista Militare, among others.
Education in Libya, 1912-1966 1 folder
Box 1, Folder 4
Cyrenaica, 1941 to 1942, 1941-1947 1 folder
Box 5, Folder 7
Includes orders by British occupying forces, December to February 1941-42, in Benghazi; propaganda campaign by Italian government directed at Arabs, 1942; Some documents are in English, some translated into Italian; Italian reports on events; looting and Italian farms; and documents from 1947 concerning compensation for Libyan students.
Projects, 1946-1947 1 box
Authors, 1946-1947 1 box
Personal, 1941-1946 1 box
Letters, 1939-1947 1 box
Personal, 1941-1947 1 box
An-Az, 1944-1988 1 box
Hannun-Harg, 1946-1990 1 box
Ka-Kn, 1943-1989 1 box