John Robert Kline

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American mathematician

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According to Wikipedia, John Robert Kline was an American mathematician and educator. One of three children born to Henry K. Kline and Emma M. Kline , he was Professor of mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania from 1920–1955. A Ph.D. student of Robert Lee Moore, he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1925, later Chairman of the Department of Mathematics from 1933–1954, and Thomas A. Scott Professor of Mathematics from 1941–1955.

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