### Students

Leonard Eugene Dickson :The analytic representation of substitutions on a power of a prime number of letters with a discussion of the linear group University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1896 |

Herbert Ellsworth Slaught :The cross ratio Ggoup of 120 quadratic Cremona transformations of the plane. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1898 |

Derrick Norman Lehmer :Asymptotic evaluation of certain totient-sums University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1900 |

William Findlay :The Sylow subgroups of thesSymmetirc group on K letters University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1901 |

Oswald Veblen :A system of axioms for geometry. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1903 |

Robert Lee Moore :Sets of metrical hypotheses for geometry University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1905 |

Thomas Emery McKinney :Concerning a certain type of continued fractions depending upon a variable parameter. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1905 |

Nels Johann Lennes :Curves in non-metrical analysis situs with applications to the calculus of variations and differentail equations University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1907 |

George David Birkhoff :Asymptotic properties of certain ordinary differential equations with applications to boundary value and expansion problems. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1907 |

Frederick William Owens :The introduction of ideal elements and construction of projective n-space in terms of a planar system of points involving order and Desargues' theorem University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1907 |

Harris Franklin McNeish :Linear polars of the K-Hedron in n-space University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1909 |

Arthur Dunn Pitcher :The interrelations of eight fundamental properties of classes of functions University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1910 |

Theophil Henry Hildebrandt :A contribution to the foundations of Frechet's Calcul Fonctionnel University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1910 |

Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler :Biorthogonal systems of functions with applications to the theory of integral equations. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1910 |

Ralph Eugene Root :Iterated limits in general analysis. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1911 |

Edward Wilson Chittenden :Infinite developments and the composition property \((K_{12} B_1)_*\) in general analysis. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1912 |

Meyer Grupp Gaba :A set of postulates for general projective geometry of "n" dimensions. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1914 |

Mary Evelyn Wells :The determination of all inequalities of certain types in general linear integral equation theory. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1915 |

Charles Ross Dines :Functions of positive type and related topics in general analysis. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1915 |

William Leroy Hart :Differential equations and implicit functions in infinitely many variables University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1916 |

Arthur Richard Schweitzer :Les idees directrices de la logique fenetique des mathematiques. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1916 |

Ernest Bloomfield Zeisler :Definite integral representation of invariants. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1922 |

Vishnu Dattatreya Gokhale :Concerning compact Kurschak fields. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1922 |

J. P. Ballantine University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1922 |

Clarence Eugene Van Horn :A system of relative existential propositions connected with the relation of class-membership. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1923 |

Robert Edward Wilson :Representations by certain functions of two variables by Stieltjes integrals University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1923 |

Mark Hoyt Ingraham :A general theory of linear sets. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1924 |

Raymond Walter Barnard :The Fredholm theory of linear integral equations in general analysis for quaternionic-valued functions. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1926 |

Herman Lyle Smith :The Minkowski linear measure for a simple rectifiable curve. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1926 |

Francisco Domingo Perez :The Hilbert-Schmidt theory of linear integral equations in general analysis for quaternionic-valued functions University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1929 |

Yue Kei Wong :Spaces associated with non-modular matrices with application to reciprocals. University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1931 |