Simply "with many thanks" on letterhead of Hotel Rembrandt, South Kensington, SW.

From *International Congress of Mathematicians* Cambridge, August 1912.

Hotel de Gresley, Fisherman's Walk, Bournemouth -- Sends him a manuscript of her husband's which one of his pupils had returned to her.

From *The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, No. 183, 1915. 5 copies.

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge - Is sending two packets of Herman's notes on Differential Geometry, "18 lbs of them nearly"; is not sending a larger packet of other notes on Solids, as he does not think there is anything in them of interest; notes that among Herman's notes were the proofs of Forsyth's book on DIfferential Geometry. Is going away to Buckinghamshire and says that Neville's notes on spherical harmonics may be sent to him to await his return in Cambridge.

Examiners R. A. Herman and Prof. A. E. Jolliffe.

From the *Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society*, Vol. XXII, Part I, Cambridge February 1924.

From the *Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society*, Ser. 2, Vol. 20, Part 6, 1921.

Mathematical notes on differential geometry, with a small collection of nearly 100 tripos and examination questions dated c. 1884-1924 [A59-60] and 8 more dated 1889-1897 [A185].

The papers primarily consist of mathematical notes on differential geometry, and are accompanied by a small group of printed pamphlets and correspondence.

Herman, Robert Alfred (1861-1927), mathematician