'Almost periodic functions', Oxford D.Phil. thesis 1928; letters from L.S. Bosanquet and drafts of joint mathematical papers c.1931-2; 'Theory of numbers', Oxford lectures, 1932; 'Complex numbers', Oxford lectures, 1932; 'Complex function theory', draft of a book, or lectures, undated; Analysis lectures, Bristol, undated; letters and papers on short wave (Schmidt system), 1941-2; letters and papers on Festival of Britain Science Exhibition, 1948-50.
Edward Hubert Linfoot: Lectures and Papers
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Edward Hubert Linfoot (1905-82), mathematician and researcher in optics; Lecturer in Mathematics, Bristol University, 1932-48; and Assistant Director and John Couch Adams Astronomer at the University Observatory, Cambridge, 1948-70.
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Presented by Mrs. Joyce Linfoot, 1992.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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