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Papers and correspondence relating to the legacy of Colonel A.J.C. Cunningham, 1930-1960


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In his will Cunningham left 'one-twelfth part (of my residuary estate) for preparing new Mathematical Tables in the Theory of Numbers'. The sum involved was approximately £3,000. The correspondence discusses the interpretation of the terms of the will and the purposes to which the legacy should most usefully be put. The minutes and annual reports from 1930 onwards also refer to the bequest. Correspondents include:

  1. William Edward Hodgson Berwick (1888-1944)
  2. Leslie John Comrie (1893-1950)
  3. Godfrey Harold Hardy (1865-1947)
  4. Hans Arnold Heilbronn (1908-1975)
  5. Sir William Hodge (1903-1975)
  6. Edward Lindsay Ince (1891-1941)
  7. Louis Joel Mordell (1888-1972)
  8. George Neville Watson (1886-1965)
  9. A.E. Western


  • Creation: 1930-1960

Language of Materials

  • English

Full range of shelfmarks:

MS. Eng. misc. c. 677

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom