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BIOGRAPHISCH-LITERARISCHES HANDWORTERBUCH ZUR GESCHICHTE DER EXACTEN WISSENSCHAFTEN ... MATHEMATIKERN, ASTRONOMEN, PHYSIKERN, CHEMIKERN, MINERALOGEN, GEOLOGEN.
2 volumes in four.
Reprint of the 1898-1904 edition published by Johann Ambrosius Barth in Leipzig. (Sheehy EA231; Besterman 5638). The set remains the standard and indispensable work for information about the life and works of mathematicians, astronomers, physicists, chemists, mineralogists, geologists and other scientists of all nations. For each scientist, Poggendorff provides a brief bibliography of his writings, including periodical articles. This reprint covers the period 1858 to 1904. Over 140,000 references.
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VERZEICHNIS DES GRAPHISCHEN WERKES VON PAUL KLEE.
by Kornfeld, Eberhard W.
Text in German. A directory of the graphic art works of German artist Paul Klee. Introduction by the author. Listing of abbreviations. Listing of items by catalogue number. Eight facsimiles of Klee's signatures from 1901 to 1931. Catalogue includes mostly black and white, but some illustrations, with descriptive information about each entry.