Holograph manuscript titled "Cours de calcul integral." Bound with his Memoire sur les fonctions arbitraires exprimes par des integrales doubles. Taken from Tome XV of Memoires Couronnes, Academie Royale de Bruxelles.
The collection includes 9 of the 46 editions listed by Thomas-Stanford in his Early Editions of Euclid's Elements (which lists editions published prior to 1600), some of which are of "great rarity" according to Thomas-Stanford. The collection is particularly useful in showing the transmission and teaching of the Elements from almost the earliest printed form to modern texts. Unusual methods of presenting geometry are represented in books with movable stand-up diagrams from the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, and the "Pickering Euclid" of 1847, which uses colours rather than letters to describe theorems.
Fonds consists of one ms. copy (1 vol. 347 pp.) of Euclid's elements of geometry being an abbreviation of Mr. Cunn's edition of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 11th and 12th books in which the verbal demonstrations are greatly abridged and the figures for their elucidation laid down with accuracy, so as to be proved by scale and compass, by James Horne, son of Richard Horne, First Clerk of the Admiralty. Two bookplates, one of W.R.B. Osterholt and one of Henry Buxton Forman.
Fonds consists of one ms. copy (1 vol. 348 pp.) of Lorenzo Mascheroni's Geometrical problems resolved by means of compasses or by the mere description of circles translated and with additions by A.B. Lousada, Devonshire, 1820. Also includes bound in original plates with diagrams.
Accrual consists of material relating to the history, organization and operation of Waterloo Foundation for the Advancement of Computing, Inc. from its foundation in 1974 to 1998. A large portion of the files deal with individual fellowships funded by WATFAC. Includes correspondence, reports, legal documents, financial information, electronic records (computer disks) and photographs.
Fonds consists of material relating to the activities, interests and career of Ralph G. Stanton from 1935 to 1995, beginning with his school days in the 1930's and 40's. Consists primarily of personal and professional correspondence to and from Ralph G. Stanton and family members, friends, colleagues and students. Includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, examination papers, periodical articles, memoranda, etc.
Fonds consists of materials relating to the career, interests, and personal life of Ralph G. Stanton, primarily relating to his education and duties at the University of Waterloo, conferences he attended, and offprints. Includes correspondence, course and lecture notes, teaching materials, information on the history of the University of Waterloo, offprints and reprints, conference materials etc.
Fonds consists of material relating to William Kindree's involvement in the WATFOR 360 group and material relating to the 25th anniversary of WATFOR. Includes Kindree's notes (design and general) and draft documentation, guides and other publications about WATFOR, photocopied conference proceedings and published papers, correspondence, a newsletter, and a photograph of the WATFOR team.