S. S.(Samuel Stanley) Wilks papers, 1936-1964


Date: 1936-1964 | Size: 61 Linear feet, Ca. 25,000 items


These are chiefly working papers on subjects requiring statistical analysis and letters, reports, and papers relating to professional organizations. There is little personal material.

Background note

As an educator and editor, Wilks stressed the close relationship of theoretical and applied statistics, and was concerned that the American public understand mathematics as a large body of theory and applications woven into engineering, the sciences and practical affairs. He had a long love affair with multivariate analysis and developed the notion of tolerance limits in order statistics; but he also set up quality control courses and prepared reports that led to better techniques of pre-election forecasting. Interested in testing and measurement, he spent thirty years working with the College Entrance Examination Board and the Educational Testing Service.

Wilks was the son of Chance C. Wilks and Bertha May Gammon. His father was a banker, who later turned to farming; and his mother was a talented musician, who instilled her strong sense of curiosity into her sons. He was raised on a 250-acre Texas farm near Little Elm, Texas with his two younger brothers Syrrel and William. Hunting and fishing were his favorite childhood pastimes, but he also built a radio at the age of twelve in 1918, when the technology was new. Wilks attended a rural one-room school and a larger high school in nearby Denton, Texas. During his senior year, Wilks took an advanced placement class in mathematics at North Texas State Teachers College. He matriculated at the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas, and graduated with an A.B. degree in architecture in 1926. Because his eyesight was poor, Wilks decided to pursue mathematics instead of architecture. While teaching mathematics and industrial arts at an Austin, Texas high school, he did graduate work in mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin, and earned a master's degree in 1928. At the University of Texas his first course in advanced mathematics was on set theory taught by R.L. Moore, who was known for his research in topology, his unusual pedagogy, and his disdain for applied mathematics. Given a strong practical bent, Wilks held greater interest in the fields of probability and statistics taught by Professor Edward L. Dodd. Dodd recommended that Wilks pursue further study in these fields with Professor Henry L. Reitz at the University of Iowa, at the time the center for statistical studies in America. Wilks's doctoral dissertation at the University of Iowa concerned the sampling distribution of the statistics of a variable in which a matching sample had been drawn so as to match an initial sample on a correlated variable. In 1931 he married Gena Orr of Denton, Texas. They had a son named Stanley.

Upon receiving his doctorate from University of Iowa in 1931, Wilks was awarded a (postdoctoral) National Research Council (NRC) Fellowship in mathematics at Columbia University, where he studied with Harold Hotelling, whose name is associated with the T-square statistic, a generalization of Student's t statistic used in multivariate hypothesis testing. The following year he was appointed an NRC International Research Fellow and worked at the University of London and at Cambridge University. While in London, he worked with British statistician and eugenicist Karl Pearson and Scottish agricultural statistician John Wishart, who would later become the first director of the Cambridge University Statistical Laboratory. Wilks's year of study in the United Kingdom was a busy one, since he completed at least six papers. Also, while in London, Wilks's only child Stanley Neal was born. Among the publications that resulted from his NRC International Research fellowship were "Moments and distributions of estimates of population parameters from fragmentary samples" for Annals of Mathematical Statistics and "Certain generalizations in the analysis of variance" for Biometrika. These early works, together with his dissertation, demonstrate Wilks's fondness for problems of multivariate analysis that gave him pleasure throughout his career; but they also show his concern "to get new results into print." In his 1932 Biometrika paper Wilks proposed multivariate criteria, among them one denoted by "W," that is still used today.

Following two years of postdoctoral work, Wilks was called as an instructor in the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University in 1933. Subsequently, he would be promoted to assistant professor in 1936 and associate professor in 1938. In 1944 he became Professor of Mathematics, heading the section on mathematical statistics, after his wartime service. He would stay at Princeton for the remainder of his life.

From the start of his teaching career at Princeton, Wilks showed great interest in developing the undergraduate program in mathematics, slowly developing courses on mathematical statistics. The field was still young, and statistical publications were limited. Harald Cramér's Mathematical Methods of Statistics, the first modern textbook in the field, only appeared in 1946. Although Wilks's various sets of course notes eventually appeared as textbooks such as Statistical Inference (1937), Mathematical Statistics (1943) and Elementary Statistical Analysis (1948), Wilks was criticized for holding back, failing to apply his principles about publishing new findings to textbooks, despite the needs of the times. Later in 1954 he began co-editing the John Wiley Series in Statistics with Walter Shewhart, a major publication effort that transformed statistics for a field that in 1931 had only a few books into one that by 1964 had a large and solid body of literature.

During World War II, Wilks served on the Applied Mathematics Panel of the National Defense Research Committee. A consultant to the Office of Naval Research (ONR), he also organized and directed the Princeton Statistical Research Group to help improve the weaponry and fire doctrine of the U.S. armed forces.

From his first year at Princeton, Wilks was also involved in the work of the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) and later the Educational Testing Service (ETS). For over thirty years he worked with the CEEB and ETS, advising them on research design and analysis, on College Board test score scaling and equating, on the development of mathematics tests and on studies of mathematical education. But he also made other contributions to education generally and mathematics education specifically. In 1947 he published a report in the American Mathematical Monthly for the National Research Council on the state of statistics instruction in the U.S., that influenced a reorganization of statistics instruction at the college level. From 1950 he served continuously as the chairman of the ETS Graduate Record Examination's Mathematics Test committee. During the years 1955-58, he served on the CEEB's Commission on mathematics, a group that made important recommendations for the revision of the nation's secondary school mathematics curriculum. In 1957 Wilks coauthored the Commission's experimental book for secondary schools on probability and statistics. Following completion of the Commission's work, he served on the Advisory Board of the School Mathematics Study Group.

Another field in which Wilks made major contributions was quality control. He helped to establish many quality control courses during and after World War II. As a result, Princeton became the site of the annual meeting for the Metropolitan Section of the American Society for Quality Control.

Later in his career, beginning in the 1950's Wilks had opportunities to travel as a researcher and visiting lecturer within the United States and internationally. In 1950-51, he received a Fulbright Scholarship to again do research at Cambridge. In the spring of 1956 he visited universities and research centers in India, Japan and Australia with the assistance of the Ford and Carnegie Foundations. In 1958-59 he toured Texas and Oklahoma as a visiting lecturer for the Mathematical Association of America, specifically requesting these states because of a long-standing interest in their scientific development. In 1963-64 he was a visiting lecturer at the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

Wilks was one of a small number of statisticians, who helped to create the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in 1935, and negotiated the transfer of its journal, the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, from the hands of its founding editor Henry Carver to the Institute. Wilks assumed the editorship of the Annals in 1938 and held this post through 1949.

From 1945 he also served on the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), founded to advance research in the social sciences. It accomplished this goal by developing and administering programs to assist in training scientists, promoting new fields of research, and relating people and organizations in the context of research problems and the public interest. From 1945-54 he was vice-chairman of the SSRC's Joint Committee on Measurement of Opinion, Attitudes and Consumer Wants, and head of its Committee on Problems and Policy in 1952-54. In 1954-55 he was Chairman of the SSRC Board of Directors and Chairman of the Executive Committee from 1961 until his death.

Wilks also served the Russell Sage Foundation on its Board of Trustees from 1953, and from 1955 until his death he was a member of its Executive Council. These were not pro forma positions for him, since he spent hours examining the Foundation's programs, projects, plans and manuscripts.

Among the honors Wilks enjoyed in his lifetime, were the presidency of American Statistical Association in 1950 and the presidency of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in 1940. In 1959 he was invited to give the Institute's Rietz Lectures. In 1947 the University of Iowa honored him with a Centennial Alumni Award. He was elected a member of the American Philosophical Society in 1948 and in 1963 was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Wilks, who was always in the best of health, died suddenly in his sleep in his Princeton home on March 7, 1964. His funeral service was held in Denton, Texas on March 11, and he was buried at Little Elm cemetery near Little Elm, Texas. He was survived by his wife Gena, his son Stanley and three granddaughters.

In an obituary written by his Harvard colleague Frederick Mosteller (1916-2006, APS 1961), the author called Wilks a "Statesman of Statistics". Indeed, he considered the relation of statistics and mathematics to the sciences and the nation matters of strong concern.

Collection Information

Physical description

Ca. 25,000 items, 61 linear feet.


Presented by Gena Orr Wilks and accessioned, 08/--/1964 (1964 2032ms); additonal material presented by Princeton University and accessioned, 01/--/1965 (1965 90ms).

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Association for Public Opinion Research
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • American Council on Education
  • American Educational Research Association
  • American Institute of Biological Sciences
  • American Mathematical Society
  • American Ordnance Association
  • American Philosophical Society
  • American Society for Testing Materials
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • American Statistical Association
  • College Entrance Examination Board.
  • Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
  • John Wiley & Sons
  • Mathematical Association of America.
  • National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
  • National Research Council (U.S.). Committee for Research in Problems of Sex
  • National Science Foundation, U.S.
  • Rand Corporation.
  • Russell Sage Foundation
  • Social Science Research Council (U.S.)
  • System Development Corporation.
  • United States. -- Air Force. -- Systems Command.


  • Reports.


  • Ballistics.
  • Mathematical statistics.
  • Mathematics -- Societies, etc.
  • Science -- Societies, etc.
  • Statistics.

Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
Abstracts of Articles
Actuarial Examinations
Alexander Project
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Bankers Association. Study
American Chemical Society. Statistics Symposium
American Council on Education
American Educational Research Association
American Foundations Information Service
American Institute of Biological Sciences. Research
American Institutes for Research
American Mathematical Society
American Mathematical Society. Council Notes and Memoranda
American Mathematical Society. Gibbs Lecture
American Mathematical Society. Gibbs Lecture Committee
American Mathematical Society. National Register
American Ordnance Association
American Philosophical Society
American Philosophical Society. Age Distribution and Mortality of Resident Membership
American Philosophical Society. Advisory Committee on Elections
American Society for Quality Control
American Society for Testing and Materials
American Society of Human Genetics
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
American Telephone and Telegraph Company
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Long Lines Problem
Analytic Services, Inc.
Anderson, Allan George, 1923-2008
Anderson, Carolyn. Personnel
Anderson, Lois. Personnel
Anderson, R. L.. Personnel
Appley Committee
Applied Mathematical Panel. Navy Surviellance Material
Applied Mathematical Panel. Powder Blending Problem
Approximations for Digital Computers
Archibald, Harriet White
Association for Computing Machinery
Back Journal Correspondence
Bailey, Roland J.. Personnel
Bausch, A. F.
Berndt, G. D.. Proposal
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company
Biomathematical Research Center
Biometric Society
Bodley's American Friends
Boehm, George A. W.. Fortune Article
Book Reviews
Botwinick, Carmel, 1926-1970. Personnel
Bowdoin College
Brooklyn College
Brown, Lucia Laner
Brown, Theodore H., 1888-1973. Statistical Methods for Determining the Size of Direct Mail Tests
Burke, Florence. Personnel
Cairns, Stewart S. (Stewart Scott), 1904-1982. Bombing Research Group
Cairns, Stewart S. (Stewart Scott), 1904-1982. Personnel
Canadian Mathematical Congress
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Carnegie Corporation of New York. Grant
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Carnegie Mathematical Study
Carroll, Mrs. John J.. Personnel
Case Institute of Technology
Center for Advance Studies in Behavioral Sciences
Chemical Education Material Study
Childs, Margaret. Personnel
Chung, Kai Lai, 1917-2009. Mutually Favorable Events
Clark, A. G.. Personnel
College Entrance Examination Board
College Entrance Examination Board. Commission on Mathematics
College Entrance Examination Board. Committee on Aptitude Test
College of New Jersey (Ewing, N.J.). Teachers of Mathematical Committee
Commission on Mathematics
Committee for the Study of Mankind
Computing Machines
Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils
Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences
Conference of Southwest Foundations
Consumers Union of United States
Cornell University. Medical College
Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.)
Council for the Division of the Natural Sciences
Cowles Commission for Research in Economics
Cramer, Harald, 1893-1985
Cramer, Harald, 1893-1985. Volume
Croft Publications
Curtis Publishing Company. Research
Curtiss, John Hamilton, 1909-1977
Dailey's Problem
Defense Research and Engineering
Design of Experiments
1950 October 12 

Other Descriptive Information: Talk at Submariner's Conference

Dixon, Wilfrid Joseph, 1915-2008. Personnel
Dodge, Harold French, 1893-1976; Romig, Harry Gutelius, 1900-1985. Sampling Inspection Tables
Double Sampling Scheme without Replacement
D. Van Nostrand Company
Dryer, Rose. Personnel
Dun and Bradstreet, Inc.
Dwyer, Paul S. (Paul Sumner), 1901-1982
Dyke's Problem
Econometric Society
Educational Testing Service. Folder #1
Educational Testing Service. Folder #2
Educational Testing Service. Advanced Graduate Record Examination
Educational Testing Service. Carl Brigham Library
Educational Testing Service. Carl Fischer Project
Educational Testing Service. Carnegie Project
Educational Testing Service. Diederich Project
Educational Testing Service. Graduate Record Examination
Educational Testing Service. Kalin Project
Educational Testing Service. National Study of High School Students
Educational Testing Service. Physical Science Study Committee
Educational Testing Service. Research
Educational Testing Service. Russian Study
Educational Testing Service. Scaling Study
Educational Testing Service. Schultz Problem
Educational Testing Service. Study of Mathematical Education
Educational Testing Service. Student Survey Project
Eighth American Scientific Congress
Encyclopaedia Britannica
Engineering and Scientific Manpower
Engineering Statistics
Equitable Life Insurance Company
Ferris Problem
Finney, D. J. (David John)
Ford Foundation
Ford Foundation. Poland
Foster, Jacqueline G.
Foundation News
Fourth Berkeley Symposium
Fulbright Act
George Washington University
Ginn and Company
Government Support of Scientific Research
Governmental Affairs Institute (U.S.)
Guggenheim Foundation
Harding, Shirley. Personnel
Harry Diamond Laboratories
Harvard University. Committee on Statistics
Hastings, Cecil, 1920-2001. FBRG
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association. Experiment Station
Henderson, Wilbur J.
Hoover Report
Horizons of Science
Hotelling, Harold, 1895-1973. Volume
Householder, Alston S. (Alston Scott), 1904-1993
Hungarian Mathematical Conference
Hunter College
Industrial Security Letter
Industrial Statistics
Information Processing
Institute for Defense Analysis
Institute of Hawaii. Pineapple Research
Institute of Mathematical Statistics
Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Committee on Activities and Development
Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Committee on Editor
Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Committee on News Letter
Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Rietz Lecture
Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Visiting Lecture Program
Institute of Radio Engineers
Inter-American Statistical Institute
Inter-American Statistical Institute. Course in Sampling
International Business Machines Corporation
International Congress of Mathematicians
International Council of Scientific Unions
International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences
International Organization for Standardization. Technical Committee 69
International Statistical Institute
International Statistical Institute. Ottawa
International Statistical Institute. Tokyo, Japan
Jacobe, Sadie Ruth T., 1923-2016
Japanese Standards Association
John Wiley & Sons
John Wiley & Sons. Bliss Project
John Wiley & Sons. Cost Analysis
John Wiley & Sons. Sales Figures
John Wiley & Sons. S. S. Wilks Book
John Wiley & Sons. Wiley Books in Statistics
Johns-Manville Corporation (1926-1981)
Kean College of New Jersey
Kinsey - Statistical Methods
Knorr's Seminar
Knox College
Lahti, Elizabeth Lewis
Letters and Memoranda
Lewis, Patricia. Personnel
Life (Magazine)
McGraw-Hill Book Company
Market Research Council
Market Research - General Information
Mason School. Arithmetic Project
Mathematical Association of America
Mathematical Association of America. Committee on Undergraduate Program
Mathematical Association of America. Lectureship
Mathematical Association of America. New Jersey Section
Mathematical Reviews
Mathematical Science Membership Figures
Mathematical Society. Membership Figures
Meites, Thelma Steinberg, 1924-2004
Merritt, Priscilla. Computer
Mood, Alexander M., 1913-2009. Personnel
Morrow, Dorothy
Mosteller, Frederick, 1916-2006. Personnel
Multidimensional Outliers
Murphy, Ray Bradford, 1922-2017. Confidence Limits from Hypergeometric Distribution
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). Committee on Battery Additives
National Applied Mathematics Laboratories
National Broadcasting Company
National Committee for Mathematics
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Defense Education Act
National Health Survey (U.S.)
National Industrial Conference Board
National Lead Company
National Opinion Research Center
National War College (U.S.). Strategic Research Group. Field Bombing Research Group, Combat Analysis Branch
Naval Ordnance Laboratory
Naval Proving Ground (Dahlgren, Va.)
New Fields and Organizations in the Mathematical Sciences
New Jersey Telephone Company
New York Academy of Sciences
New York Bell Telephone Company
New York (City). Department of Health. Statistics
New York City Statistical Test
New York Mathematics Program for High School Students
New York (State). Department of Civil Service
New York Stock Exchange
New York University. College of Engineering
New York University. Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Newark Air Procurement District
Newman, Doris. New York Group
Nicholson, George E. Jr.
Oklahoma Statistics Institute
Oberg, Edwin Nathaniel, 1906-1993
Operations Evaluation Group
Operations Research
Operations Research Society of America
Order Statistics
Peach, Paul
Perrine, Edith. Personnel
Poisson Distribution
Policy Committee for Mathematics
Price's Project
Prichard, Kathleen. Personnel
Princeton University. Commencement
Psychometric Society
Quantification Conference
Rand Corporation
Rand Corporation. Project
Randomization Procedures for Drawing Deventures
Randuzycki, Anna F.
Ransom's Problem
Reader's Digest Association
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Reprints Requests
Research Triangle Institute
Rice University
Rider, Paul Reece, 1888-1984
Rietz, H. L. (Henry Lewis), 1875-1943
Rios, Sixto, 1913-2008
Rockefeller Foundation
Romig, Harry Gutelius, 1900-1985
Roper, Elmo, 1900-1971
Ross, Euthie. Personnel
Roulette Data
Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain)
Russell Sage Foundation
Russell Sage Foundation. Agendas
Russell Sage Foundation. Miscellaneous
Russell Sage Foundation. New York City Project
Russell Sage Foundation. Trustees
Rust's Problem - Targets
Rutgers University
Ryavec's Problem
Sampling and the Reliability of Information
Sassman, Alfred S., 1924-1986. Computer
Schwartz, Nathan. Personnel
Science Education News
Scientific American
Scientific Quality Control in American Industry
Scope of Statistics
Shafer, Ruth S.. Computer
Social Science Research Council
Social Science Research Council. Board of Directors
Social Science Research Council. Executive Committee
Social Science Research Council. Glaser's Project
Social Science Research Council. Gulliksen's Project
Social Science Research Council. Mathematical Science Book
Social Science Research Council. Mathematical Training for Social Science Students
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Society of Quality Control Engineers (Buffalo, N.Y.)
South America - Statistical Matters
Southern New England Telephone Company
Statistical Abstracting Proposal
Statistical Notes
Statistical Personnel
Statistical Personnel. Requests for
Statistical Problems
Statistical Technique Group

Other Descriptive Information: John Tukey's Proposal

Statistics Departments

Other Descriptive Information: Other Universities

Stewart's (J. Q.) Conference
Stoddard, Charlotte, 1907-1967. Personnel
Surveys & Research Corporation
Symposium on Basic Science
System Development Corporation
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association
Teaching of Mathematics
Television Program in Statistics
Thornhill, Dorothy M.
Tompkins, Julia. Personnel
Transportation Corporation Advisory Committee
Tucker, Albert W. (Albert William), 1905-1995. Personnel
Tucker, Ledyard R., 1910-2004. Notes on Standardization of Test Scores II-B
Tysver, Joseph Bryce, 1918-1996
Undergraduate Statistical Training
Unesco. Newsletter
United States. Air Force. Air Material Command, Aeronautical Systems Center
United States. Air Force. Air Research and Development Command
United States. Air Force. Office of Scientific Research
United States. Air Force. School of Aviation Medicine
United States. Air Force. Security Service
United States. Army. Ballistic Research Laboratory
United States. Army. Correspondence
United States. Army. McAuliffe Request
United States. Army Air Forces. American Mathematical Personnel. Personnel Combat Analysis Section, Management Control
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics
United States. Bureau of Selective Service
United States. Bureau of the Budget. Office of Statistical Standards
United States. Bureau of the Census
United States. Bureau of the Census. Literature on Sampling
United States Civil Service Commission. Statistical Series
United States Civil Service Commission. Statistics
United States. Congress. Congressional Record Digest
United States. Federal Trade Commission. ADX2
United States. Mutual Security Agency
United States. National Bureau of Standards
United States. National Committee for Unesco
United States. Office of Defense Mobilization
United States. Office of Ordnance Research. Princeton Project
United States. President's Service Advisory Committee. Panel on Scientific Manpower
United States. President's Service Advisory Committee. Task Group on Manpower Statistics
United States. Research Board for National Security
Universidad de los Andes
Universidad Nacional de Mexico
University of California, Berkeley. Loyalty Oath
University of Chicago. Department of Statistics
University of Florida
University of Illinois. Committee on School Mathematics
University of London
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Statistics
University of Pennsylvania. Graduate School
University of the Philippines. Statistical Training Center
University of Texas
Vanuxem Lectures
Vassar College
Votaw, David Freeman, 1918-2008
W. A. Benjamin, Inc.
Waldes-Kohinoor, Inc.
Walsh, John E. (John Edward), 1919-1972
Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967

Other Descriptive Information: Draft deferments

Waverly Press. Correspondence
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Combinatorial Test for the Problem of Two Samples from Continuous Distributions
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Elementary Statistical Analysis

Other Descriptive Information: Manuscript

Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Elementary Statistical Analysis. Correspondence
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Elementary Statistical Analysis. Critique
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Fundamental Concepts of Modern Statistics for General Education
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Introduction to Statistical Inference
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Life Insurance
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Mathematics and the Social Sciences
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Outline of Fundamental Applications of Punched Card Methods in Statistical Analysis
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Statistical Aspects of the Design of Experiments
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Statistical Inference in Geology
Wilks, S. S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964. Teaching Statistical Inference in Elementary Mathematics Courses
Williams, Evelyn Campbell, 1920-2012. Correspondence
Williams, John Davis, 1909-1964. Correspondence
Williams, John Davis, 1909-1964. Personnel
Wilson, Carroll L.. Stimulating Discovery and Invention
Winsor, Charles P., 1895-1951. Personnel
Wishart, John, 1898-1956
Woodrow, Raymond J.. Committee on Project Research and Inventions
Woodward, Grace
World Congress of Mathematics
Yale University. Study Group for High School Mathematics
Yale University. Statistical Group
Series II. American Statistical Association
American Statistical Association. Folder #1
American Statistical Association. Folder #2
American Statistical Association. Abstracting Service
American Statistical Association. Acting President
American Statistical Association. Acceptance Sampling Monograph
American Statistical Association. Advisory Committee for Statistical Standards
American Statistical Association. American Statistician
American Statistical Association. Annual Meeting
American Statistical Association. Army Request
American Statistical Association. Board of Directors
American Statistical Association. Business and Economics Statistics Section
American Statistical Association. Bureau of Labor Statistics
American Statistical Association. Bureau of Mines Project
American Statistical Association. Career Pamphlet
American Statistical Association. Central New Jersey Chapter
American Statistical Association. Chapters
American Statistical Association. Charter for Commission on Statistical Standards
American Statistical Association. Commission on Statistical Standards and Organizations
American Statistical Association. Commission on Teaching of Statistics
American Statistical Association. Committee Appointments
American Statistical Association. Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies
American Statistical Association. Committee on Central Office
American Statistical Association. Committee on Committees
American Statistical Association. Committee on Elections - Folder #1
American Statistical Association. Committee on Elections - Folder #2
American Statistical Association. Committee on Executive Director
American Statistical Association. Committee on Fellows
American Statistical Association. Committee on Price Statistics
American Statistical Association. Conmittee on Publication
American Statistical Association. Committee on Selecting Secretary
American Statistical Association. Committee on the Journal
American Statistical Association. Committee on United States National Committee on Statistics
American Statistical Association. Committee to Consider the Long Range Problems of the American Statistical Association
American Statistical Association. Committees
American Statistical Association. Constitution
American Statistical Association. Corporate Membership
American Statistical Association. Correspondence with Stanley March
American Statistical Association. Correspondence with Sylvia Weyl
American Statistical Association. Council Meeting
American Statistical Association. Detroit Chapter
American Statistical Association. Director of Statistical Standards
American Statistical Association. Editorial for American Statistician
American Statistical Association. General Correspondence
American Statistical Association. Information Booklet
American Statistical Association. Journal Editorial Policy
American Statistical Association. Malinowski Project
American Statistical Association. Meeting Announcements
American Statistical Association. Memorandum on Further Development of American Statistical Association
American Statistical Association. Midwest Conference
American Statistical Association. Miscellaneous Committees
American Statistical Association. Miscellany
American Statistical Association. Monographs
American Statistical Association. Mosteller Committee
American Statistical Association. National Placement Service
American Statistical Association. New Objectives (Long Range View of the American Statistical Association)
American Statistical Association. New York Metropolitan Chapter
American Statistical Association. Presidential Speech, Chicago Meeting
American Statistical Association. Problem of Biometrics
American Statistical Association. Problems
American Statistical Association. Problems of Committee on Engineering and Physical Science
American Statistical Association. Program Committee
American Statistical Association. Proposed Section on Statistics on the Social Sciences
American Statistical Association. Regional Matters
American Statistical Association. Reviews Project
American Statistical Association. Royal Statistical Gift
American Statistical Association. Rulebook for Speakers
American Statistical Association. Sampling Committee
American Statistical Association. Statistical Reviews
American Statistical Association. Statistical Standards, Advisory Committee
American Statistical Association. Statistician's Handbook
American Statistical Association. Time Series Monograph
American Statistical Association. Ullman Study
American Statistical Association. Undergraduate Statistical Education
American Statistical Association. University of Illinois Conference
Series III. National Research Council (U.S.)
National Research Council (U.S.)
National Research Council (U.S.). Advisory Committee for Official Scientific Personnel
National Research Council (U.S.). Air Force Systems Command, Advisory Committee
National Research Council (U.S.). American Mathematics Society. Commission on Planning
National Research Council (U.S.). Application of Mathematics
National Research Council (U.S.). Awards Officer
National Research Council (U.S.). Beebe, Gilbert W. (Gilbert Wheeler), 1912-2003
National Research Council (U.S.). Board of Directors
National Research Council (U.S.). Careers on Mathematics
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on American Scientific and Technical Bibliography
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Applied Mathematical Statistics
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Fire Research
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Fulbright Appointment
National Research Council (U.S.). Conference on Research Potential and Training in Mathematical Sciences
National Research Council (U.S.). Deferment of Scientists
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Annual Meeting
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Annual Report
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Battery Additive Committee
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Committee Travel Grants
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Executive Council
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Fellowship Opportunity
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Industrial Conference
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Office of Foreign Relations
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. School of Mathematical Study
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Space Research
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. United States National Committee
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Mathematics. Zipping Problem
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Medical Science
National Research Council (U.S.). Divisional Committee for Social Science
National Research Council (U.S.). Evaluation Committee in Physical Sciences
National Research Council (U.S.). Expense Vouchers
National Research Council (U.S.). International Congress of Mathematics
National Research Council (U.S.). International Mathematical Union
National Research Council (U.S.). Joint National Research Council. Social Science Research Committee