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Calculus of variations by Gilbert Ames Bliss1
Fourier Series Orthogonal Polynomials by Dunham Jackson
Mathematical Statistics by Henry Lewis Rietz
Projective Geometry by John Wesley Young4
Vectors And Matrices by Cyrus Colton MacDuffee7
Rings and Ideals by Neal H. McCoy8
The Theory of Algebraic Numbers by Harry Pollard9
Arithmetic Theory of Quadratic Forms by Burton W. Jones10
Irrational numbers by Ivan Niven11
Statistical independence in probability, analysis and number theory by Mark Kac12
Primer of Real Functions by Ralph Philip Boas13
Combinatorial Mathematics by Herbert John Ryser14
Dedekind Sums by Hans Rademacher16
The Schwarz Function and Its Applications by Philip J. Davis17
Celestial Mechanics by Harry Pollard18
Field Theory and Its Classical Problems by Charles Robert Hadlock19
From Error-Correcting Codes Through Sphere Packings to Simple Groups by Thomas M. Thompson21
Random Walks and Electrical Networks by Peter G. Doyle22
Complex Analysis: The Geometric Viewpoint by Steven G. Krantz23
Knot Theory by Charles Livingston24
Algebra and Tiling: Homomorphisms in the Service of Geometry by Sherman Stein25
The Sensual (Quadratic) Form by John Horton Conway26
A Panorama of Harmonic Analysis by Steven Krantz27
Ergodic Theory of Numbers by Karma Dajani29
A Tour Through Mathematical Logic by Robert S. Wolf30

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