References for Charlotte Angas Scott

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  1. Obituary in The Times (See THIS LINK)

Books:

  1. M C Bradbrook, That Infidel Place: A short history of Girton College, 1869-1969 (Chatto & Windus, London, (1969).
  2. J Green and J LaDuke, Pioneering women in American mathematics (American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2009).
  3. E E C Jones, Girton College (Adam and Charles Black, London, 1913).
  4. B Megson and J O Lindsay, Girton College, 1869-1959: An informal history (W Heffer, London, 1961).

Articles:

  1. Charlotte Angas Scott (1858-1931), in Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie and Joy Dorothy Harvey (eds.), The Biographical Dictionary of Women in Science: Pioneering Lives from Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century: L-Z (Taylor & Francis, 2000), 1167.
  2. Charlotte Angas Scott (1858-1931), in Barbara Stephen, Girton College 1869-1932 (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010), 189.
  3. Charlotte Angas Scott, in Woman's who's who of America, 1914-15.
  4. Charlotte Scott (1858-1931), in Mary R S Creese, Ladies in the Laboratory? American and British Women in Science, 1800-1900: A Survey of Their Contributions to Research (Scarecrow Press, 2000), 189-191.
  5. J Green and J LaDuke, Contributors to American Mathematics: An Overview and Selection, in G Kass-Simon and P Farnes (eds.), Women of Science - Righting the Record (Indiana, 1990).
  6. K Katz and P C Kenschaft, Sylvester and Scott, The Mathematics Teacher 75 (1982), 490-494.
  7. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott 1858-1931 Part 1, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 7 (6) (1977), 9-10.
  8. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott 1858-1931 Part 2, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 8 (1) (1978), 11-12.
  9. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott, in L S Grinstein and P J Campbell (eds.), Women of Mathematics (Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1987), 193-203.
  10. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott, 1858-1931, The College Mathematics Journal 18 (1987), 98-110.
  11. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott (1858-1931), in C Morrow and T Perl (eds.), Notable Women in Mathematics: A biographical dictionary (Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1998), 219-224.
  12. P C Kenschaft, Women in mathematics around 1900, Signs 7 (4) (1982), 906-909.
  13. P C Kenschaft, Students of Charlotte Scott, Mathematics in College (Winter) (1983), 16-20.
  14. P C Kenschaft, Students of Charlotte Scott, in A Century of Mathematics in America III (American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 1989), 241-252.
  15. P C Kenschaft, Why did Charlotte Scott succeed?, Newsletter of the Association for Women in Mathematics 17 (2) (1987), 2; 4-9.
  16. P C Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott, in Bettye Anne Case and Anne M Leggett (eds.), Complexities: Women in Mathematics (Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2005), 48-52.
  17. M Lehr, Charlotte Angas Scott, Notable American Women, 1607-1950 3 (Belknap Press, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 1971), 249-250.
  18. F S Macaulay, Dr Charlotte Angas Scott, J. London Mathematical Society 7 (1932), 230-240.
  19. I Maddison and M Lehr, Charlotte Angas Scott: An appreciation, Bryn Mawr Alumni Bulletin 12 (1932), 9-12.
  20. E J Putnam, Celebration in honor of Professor Scott, Bryn Mawr Alumni Bulletin 2 (1922), 12-14.
  21. C A Scott, Arthur Cayley, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (6) (1895), 133-141.

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