Undated lecture notes on geometry: two closely written sheets pasted onto an otherwise unused notebook.
Clifford Lecture Notes
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- ReferenceGB 103 MS ADD 172
- Dates of Creation19th century
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- Physical Description1 volume
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Clifford was born in 1845. He was educated at Exeter, at King's College London and at Trinity College Cambridge. He was appointed Professor of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics at University College London in 1871, a post he held till 1879. A mathematician, Clifford was also a classical scholar and read French, German, Spanish and modern Greek fluently. However, he drove himself relentlessly and worked long hours. Signs of pulmonary disease appeared in 1876 and he died in 1879 at the age of 33.
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Transferred from the College Collection at University College London in June 1969.
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