Brown Papers  Contents List Series 1. NOTEBOOKS AND LOOSE MATHEMATICAL NOTES,
 19411964 

  "Notebook No. 1": Mathematical notes on ring theory, and correspondence on same with Neal H. McCoy, Smith College. Manuscript and typescript notes, sheets 1:1 through 1:181, with some sections titled as follows: "Division rings and subdirect sums" [1:49]; "Annihilators in polynomial rings" [1:136]; "Prime ideals in nonassociative rings" [1:149]
 1941 Mar1956 Oct 

Box 1: folder 1   Notebook No. 2": Mathematical notes on ring theory. Manuscript and type script, sheets 2:1 through 2:105, with some sections titled as follows: "The Jacobson radical" [2:2]; "The Jacobson radical interms of modules" [2:10]; "The decomposition theorem in terms of modules" [2:14]; "On properties of regular rings" [2:25]; "Identities in alternative rings" [2:26]; "Row finite matrices
 1949 Mar1953 Aug 

Box 1: folder 2   Miscellaneous mathematical notes on ring theory. Manuscript mathematical notations, with one section titled: "Subdirect sums of rings."
 ca. 1946 

Box 1: folder 3   Miscellaneous mathematical notes: Manuscript mathematical notes, with two sections titled as follows: "Division rings and maximal ideals" "Modules and the Jacobson radical"
 19461948 

Box 1: folder 4   Miscellaneous mathematical notes: Manuscript mathematical notes on commutative rings.
 19481950 

Box 1: folder 5   Mathematical notes on "Some theorems on groups" [notation on original folder] Manuscript mathematical notes, one section titled "Regularity in an alternative naring."
 19481950 

Box 1: folder 6   Miscellaneous mathematical notes on real analysis and ring theory; manuscript mathematical notes.
 ca. 1952 

Box 1: folder 7   Mathematical notes on "Schur's Lemma"; manuscript mathematical notes.
 ca. 1952 Aug 

Box 1: folder 8   Miscellaneous mathematical notes on linear algebra, and, specifically, characteristic vectors [Original mailing envelope labeled "Math 33SMcCoy"]; manuscript mathematical notes, untitled, most undated.
 ca. 1964? 

Box 1: folder 9   Mathematical notes on limit theorems; Manuscript mathematical notes.
 n.d. 

Box 1: folder 10   Miscellaneous mathematical notes; manuscript notes, undated, untitled.
 n.d. 

Box 1: folder 11  
Series 2. COLLABORATION WITH NEAL H. MCCOY,
 19451956 

  Correspondence with Neal H. McCoy concerning mathematical proofs proposed by Bailey L. Brown.
 1945 AprAug 

Box 2: folder 1   Correspondence with Neal H. McCoy on ring theory.
 1955 Dec1956 Jul 

Box 2: folder 2   Correspondence with Neal H. McCoy; proofs; typescript and notes for "Some theorems on groups with applications to ring theory." Manuscript and typescript materials relating to a proposed article for the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society.
 19491950 

Box 2: folder 3   Manuscript copy of "Radicals and subdirect sums." (Presented by Bailey L. Brown and Neal H. McCoy to the American Mathematical Society)
 1946 April 27 

Box 2: folder 4   Reprint, Duke Mathematical Journal, vol. 13, no. 1. "Rings with unit element which contain a given ring", Bailey L. Brown and Neal H. McCoy.
 1946 March 

Box 2: folder 5   Correspondence with Neal H. McCoy; notes, typescript for "A note on finite unions of ideals and subgroups."
 1956 Aug1956 Oct 

Box 2: folder 6   Mimeographed copy of "The real number system" [Possibly coauthored by Bailey Brown and Neal McCoy]
 n.d. 

Box 2: folder 7  
Series 3. CORRESPONDENCE, CLASS MATERIALS AND OTHER PAPERS,
 19301953 

  Correspondence with Oswald Veblen. Concerns the possibility of Bailey Brown submitting geometric formulas for publication.
 1930 July 14 

Box 2: folder 8   Correspondence with Prof. S. Lefschetz [Princeton University]. Exchange of correspondence concerning the possible inclusion of theorems by Bailey L. Brown in the American Mathematical Monthly.
 1932 MarApr 

Box 2: folder 9   Correspondence with Marshall H. Stone () Concerning a lecture by Stone at Amherst College on "Mensuration and the theory of groups."
 1940 FebMar 

Box 2: folder 10   Correspondence with Prof. Nathan Jacobson [Yale University]; carbon typescript and revisions for "An extension of the Jacobson radical." (Presented by Bailey L. Brown to the American Mathematical Society).
 1950 Feb 25 

Box 2: folder 11   Typescript, "On imbedding in product spaces." (Presented by Bailey L. Brown to the American Mathematical Society).
 1951 Dec 26 

Box 2: folder 12   Mimeographed class materials, labeled "Mathematics 264, Summer 1953." "The Jacobson radical and related structure theory."
 1953 

Box 2: folder 13   Mimeographed copy of "The theory of rings" by Irving Kaplansky.
 n.d. 

Box 2: folder 14  
