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American mathematician and historian of American mathematics

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- PhD Mathematics University of Texas at Austin
- Masters Mathematics University of Texas at Austin
- Bachelors Mathematics University of Texas at Austin

According to Wikipedia, G. Baley Price was an American mathematician and historian of American mathematics. He was a president of the Mathematical Association of America. Career After graduating with an A.B. from Mississippi College in 1925, G. B. Price went to Harvard University, where he received his M.A. in 1928 and his Ph.D. in 1932 under G. D. Birkhoff with thesis Double Pendulum and Similar Dynamical Systems. Apart from a period of service with the U.S. Army Air Force in England in World War II, Price was a mathematics professor at the University of Kansas from 1937 to 1975 and chair of the mathematics department from 1951 to 1970. He was the co-author of two textbooks and the author of a history of the department of mathematics of the University of Kansas and several articles related to the role of mathematics and mathematicians in World War II. He was president of the Mathematical Association of America for the two years 1957–1958 and received the MAA's distinguished service award in 1970.

- Linear Topological Spaces (1966) (677)
- Bounds for determinants with dominant principal diagonal (1951) (64)
- Mathematical Models: A Sketch for the Philosophy of Mathematics (1981) (35)
- On the completeness of a certain metric space with an application to Blaschke’s selection theorem (1940) (29)
- The theory of integration (1940) (16)
- Some Identities in the Theory of Determinants (1947) (14)
- Linear Equations and Matrices. (1967) (10)
- Distributions Derived from the Multinomial Expansion (1946) (9)
- A Generalization of a Metric Space with Applications to Spaces Whose Elements are Sets (1941) (9)
- The Category Theorems (1963) (8)
- On the extreme points of convex sets (1937) (7)
- Cauchy-Stieltjes and Riemann-Stieltjes integrals (1943) (6)
- The Evaluation of Integrals (1984) (4)
- On reversible dynamical systems (1935) (4)
- Definitions and properties of monotone functions (1940) (3)
- Convexity in Linear Topological Spaces (1963) (3)
- The Inverse-Function Theorem (1984) (2)
- Determinants with dominant principle diagonal: a personal historical note (1978) (2)
- Award for Distinguished Service to Dr. Thornton Carl Fry (1982) (2)
- A Class of Dynamical Systems on Surfaces of Revolution (1932) (2)
- Telescoping Sums and the Summation of Sequences (1973) (2)
- A Study of the Design of Facilities for Mathematics (1961) (1)
- On the Stromgren-Wintner Natural Termination Principle (1933) (1)
- On the Definition of e iθ (1936) (1)
- Review: Felix Klein, Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint. Arithmetic, Algebra, Analysis (1933) (1)
- Mathematical reviews offers a reading machine for microfilm (1941) (1)
- The Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Celebration (1993) (1)
- Adjustments in Mathematics to the Impact of War (1943) (1)
- Sets, functions, and probability (1968) (1)
- A Program for the Association (1938) (0)
- The Generalized Double Pendulum (1935) (0)
- The Kronecker Integral and the Sperner Degree (1984) (0)
- Differentiable Functions of Complex Variables (1984) (0)
- Zero Integrals, Equal Integrals, and the Transformation of Integrals (1984) (0)
- Review: S. Verblunsky, An Introduction to the Theory of Functions of a Real Variable (1940) (0)
- Differentiable Functions and Their Derivatives (1984) (0)
- Simplexes, Orientations, Boundaries, and Simplicial Subdivisions (1984) (0)
- A Class of Monotone Functions (1939) (0)
- Sperner’s Lemma and the Intermediate-Value Theorem (1984) (0)
- ReviewA history of the mathematics departments of the University of Colorado: By Burton W. Jones and Wolfgang Thron. Copyright 1979 by the Mathematics Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. viii + 102 pages. Paperbound (1980) (0)
- Questions, Discussions, and Notes (1936) (0)
- Review: Felix Klein, Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint. Geometry (1940) (0)
- Uniform Differentiability and Approximations; Mappings (1984) (0)
- THE CONFERENCE ON ALGEBRA AT CHICAGO. (1938) (0)
- Derivatives and jacobians (1962) (0)
- Mathematics. (Book Reviews: Concepts of Real Analysis) (1964) (0)
- Integrals and the Fundamental Theorem of the Integral Calculus (1984) (0)
- Book Review: Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint. Geometry (1940) (0)
- William LeRoy Hart 1892-1984 (1986) (0)
- Secondary Trademark Infringement (2013) (0)

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