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Finding Aid to the Gerhard P. Hochschild papers, 1941-2004
BANC MSS 2011/215  
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The Gerhard P. Hochschild papers (1941-2004) consist primarily of Hochschild's correspondence with mathematicians and notes from courses taught at the University of California, Berkeley. Also included are corrected reprints of his published manuscripts and articles and manuscript notes relating to his publication Introduction to Affine Algebraic Groups.
Gerhard P. Hochschild was born in Berlin Germany on April 29, 1915. Soon after Hitler came to power in 1933, Hochschild was sent to South Africa from Germany where he continuted his education. Hochschild enrolled in the University of Capetown where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1936 and a Master of Science degree in mathematics in 1937. In 1938 Hochschild was admitted to the Princeton University Ph.D. program where he completed his doctoral degree in 1941. He accepted a faculty position at the University of Illinois in 1948. Hochschild accepted a position at the University of California, Berkeley in 1955-1956 as a visiting professor and was then offered a full professorship in the mathematics department at the University of California, Berkeley in 1958.
2 cartons, 2 boxes 2.9 linear feet
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