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Fiske, Thomas Scott,
1865-1944
New York (NY)
Poughkeepsie (NY)
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Mathematics
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New York Mathematical Society
American Mathematical Society
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Columbia University
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1885
1927
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Professor
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Fiske, Thomas S.
Functions of a complex variable, 1907:
title page (By Thomas S. Fiske)
Wikipeda, viewed 4/27/2017:
(Thomas Scott Fiske was an American mathematician. He was born in New York City and graduated in 1885 (Ph.D., 1888) from Columbia University, where he was a fellow, assistant, tutor, instructor, and adjunct professor until 1897, when he became professor of mathematics. In 1899 he was acting dean of Barnard College. He was president in 1902-04 of the American Mathematical Society, and he also edited the Bulletin (1891-99) and Transactions (1899-1905) of this society. In 1902 he became secretary of the College Entrance Examination Board. Besides his mathematical papers, he was author of Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (1906; fourth edition, 1907)).