References for Philip Franklin


    Books:

  1. P L Duren, R Askey, U C Merzbach and H M Edwards (eds.), A Century of mathematics in America 3 (American Mathematical Society, Providence, R.I., 1989).
  2. N Wiener, Ex-prodigy : My childhood and youth (Simon and Schuster, Inc., New York, 1953).

    Articles:

  3. W E Byrne, Review: Differential Equations for Electrical Engineers by Philip Franklin, National Mathematics Magazine 10 (2) (1935), 69-70.
  4. E A Cameron, Review: Differential and Integral Calculus by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 62 (1) (1955), 56-57.
  5. A D Campbell, Review: Differential Equations for Electrical Engineers by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 43 (7) (1936), 415-416.
  6. R Courant, Review: A Treatise on Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, Science 94 (2448) (1941), 518.
  7. H V Craig, Functions of Complex Variables by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 66 (10) (1959), 931-932.
  8. R D Doner, Review: Methods of Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, National Mathematics Magazine 20 (2) (1945), 105-106.
  9. J W Green, Review: Fourier Methods by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 58 (4) (1951), 276-278.
  10. P J Heawood, Review: The Four Color Problem by Philip Franklin, The Mathematical Gazette 26 (270) (1942), 152-153.
  11. E D Helliger, Review: A Treatise on Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, National Mathematics Magazine 16 (7) (1942), 361-362.
  12. R L Jeffery, Review: A Treatise on Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 48 (4) (1941), 258-260.
  13. N D Kazarinoff, Review: Compact Calculus by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 71 (8) (1964), 940.
  14. M Marden, Review: Methods of Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, Amer. Math. Monthly 52 (4) (1945), 216-217.
  15. D A Quadling, Review: A Treatise on Advanced Calculus (Dover reprint of 1940 edition) by Philip Franklin, The Mathematical Gazette 50 (372) (1966), 191.
  16. M E Shanks, Review: Differential and Integral Calculus by Philip Franklin, Science 118 (3067) (1953), 422.
  17. D V Widder, Review: Methods of Advanced Calculus by Philip Franklin, Science 101 (2612) (1945), 64-65.