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- Folder: 1, Princeton Test Booklets, c. 1950s
- Folder: 2, Notebook: "Pseudomodels", undated
- Folder: 3, Pseudo-Models Write-Up, 1953-54
- Folder: 4, Notes, Correspondence, Papers relating to R. Carnap, 1951-1971
- Folder: 5, Notes, Correspondence, Papers relating to R. Carnap, 1957-1959
- Folder: 6, Thayer Prize Materials, 1979-1988
- Folder: 7, Thayer Prize notes, 1979-1988
- Folder: 8, Review and Notes: "Cyclotomic polynomials" by Alvin Glassner, June 1991
- Folder: 9, Notes: "Asymptotic", undated
- Folder: 10, Notes: "Binom", undated
- Folder: 11, Notes: "Box", undated
- Folder: 12, Notes: "Chaos", undated
- Folder: 13, Notes: "Cubes", undated
- Folder: 14, Notes: "Generalize Inverse", undated
- Folder: 15, Notes: "Integral Approximation", undated
- Folder: 16, Notes: "Misc.", undated
- Folder: 17, Notes: "MUSUM", undated
- Folder: 18, Notes: "OPN", undated
- Folder: 19, Notes: "Pascal's Pyramid" by Jim Nugent, 1991
- Folder: 20, Notes: "Prime Products", undated
- Folder: 21, Notes: "Prime Sums", undated
- Folder: 22, Notes: "Puzzle", undated
- Folder: 23, Notes: "Take", undated
- Folder: 24, Notes: "Theta", undated
- Folder: 25, Notes: "Twin Sums", undated
- Folder: 26, Notes: "Twin Roots", undated
- Folder: 27, Notes: "Twin Roots", undated
- Folder: 28, Notes: "z for Infinite Chains", undated
- Folder: 29, Notes: "Zeta", undated
- Folder: 30, Notes: "6n-1 vs.6n+1", undated
- Folder: 31, Notes: "m = qk + v", undated
- Folder: 32, Notes: "n=r2 + s2", undated
- Folder: 33, Notes: "P(k) > √k", undated
- Folder: 34, Notes: "P(k) < P(k+1)", undated
- Folder: 35, Notes: "δ(μ)", undated
- Folder: 36, Unfiled Notes Group A, undated
- Folder: 37, Unfiled Notes Group B, undated
- Folder: 38, Unfiled Notes Group C, undated
- Folder: 39, Unfiled Notes Group D, undated
- Folder: 40, Unfiled Notes Group E, undated
- Folder: 41, "Denumerable Markov Chains", 2nd ed., 1976
- Folder: 42, "Finite Markov Chains", 2nd ed., 1976
- Folder: 43, "Finite Markov Chains", 2nd ed., 2nd printing, 1976
- Folder: 44, "American Libraries as Centers of Scholarship", 1978
- Folder: 45, Draft: "Introduction to Finite Mathematics"; Table of Contents, ch. 1-2, 1956
- Folder: 46, Draft: "Introduction to Finite Mathematics"; ch. 3-4, 1956

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- Folder: 1, Draft: "Introduction to Finite Mathematics"; ch. 5-6, 1956
- Folder: 2, Draft: "Introduction to Finite Mathematics"; ch. 7, 1956
- Folder: 3, "Introduction to Finite Mathematics", 1956
- Folder: 4, "Finite Mathematical Structures", 1959
- Folder: 5, "Finite Mathematics with Business Applications", 1962
- Folder: 6, "Finite Mathematics with Business Applications": Answers and Solutions, 1964
- Folder: 7, "Finite Mathematics with Business Applications", 2nd ed., 1972
- Folder: 8, "Finite Mathematics with Business Applications": Solutions Manual, 2nd ed., 1972
- Folder: 9, "Introduction to Finite Mathematics": Answers to Exercises, 3rd ed., 1974
- Folder: 10, "Computing for a Course in Finite Mathematics", 1985
- Folder: 11, "BASIC Programming", Japanese ed., 1967
- Folder: 12, "BASIC Programming", 1968
- Folder: 13, "BASIC Programming", 2nd ed., 1971
- Folder: 14, "BASIC Programming", 3rd ed., 1980
- Folder: 15, "BASIC Programming": Solutions Manual, 3rd ed., 1980
- Folder: 16, "Dartmouth Structured BASIC User's Guide", 1983
- Folder: 17, "True BASIC Reference Manual", 1985
- Folder: 18, "Trigonometry: Software from the Creators of BASIC", 1986
- Folder: 19, "Discrete Mathematics: Software from the Creators of BASIC", 1986
- Folder: 20, "Probability Theory: Software from the Creators of BASIC", 1986
- Folder: 21, "Algebra I", 1987
- Folder: 22, "Structured BASIC Programming", 1987
- Folder: 23, "Calculus version 3.0 ", 1988
- Folder: 24, "True BASIC, Macintosh User's Guide", 1988

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- Folder: 1, "Models of Logical Systems", Mar. 1948
- Folder: 2, Drafts, correspondence, paperwork on monograph about inductive probability, c. 1950s-1960s
- Folder: 3, "Carnap on Probability", Sept. 1951
- Folder: 4, "Degree of Factual Support", Oct. 1952
- Folder: 5, "Reviews", Dec. 1952
- Folder: 6, "A Treatise on Induction and Probability", Jan. 1953
- Folder: 7, "A Contribution to Inductive Logic", Mar. 1953
- Folder: 8, "The Use of Simplicity in Induction", July 1953
- Folder: 9, "A Logical Measure Function", Dec. 1953
- Folder: 10, "Carnap's Theory of Probability and Induction", Apr. 1954
- Folder: 11, "Systematic Power", Jan. 1955
- Folder: 12, "Man Viewed as Machine", Apr. 1955
- Folder: 13, "Fair Bets and Inductive Probabilities", Sept. 1955
- Folder: 14, "Two Measures of Complexity", Nov. 1955
- Folder: 15, "Semantics as a Branch of Logic", 1956
- Folder: 16, "A New Approach to Semantics—Part I", Mar. 1956
- Folder: 17, "How to Teach Guessing", June 1956
- Folder: 18, "A New Approach to Semantics—Part II", June 1956
- Folder: 19, "Honors Mathematics at Dartmouth", Oct. 1956
- Folder: 20, "On Reduction", Jan. 1957
- Folder: 21, "The Exponential Function", Mar. 1957
- Folder: 22, "Game-Theoretic Solution of Baccarat", Aug. 1957
- Folder: 23, "Markov Processes in Learning Theory", Sept. 1957
- Folder: 24, "Undecidable Problems of Elementary Number Theory", 1958
- Folder: 25, "Semimartingales of Markov Chains", Mar. 1958
- Folder: 26, "Generalized Random Variables", 1959
- Folder: 27, "A Probability Limit Theorem Requiring No Moments", Aug. 1957
- Folder: 28, "Mathematics without Numbers", Fall 1959
- Folder: 29, "Games of Life and Death", Jan. 1960
- Folder: 30, "Ergodic Theorem for General Functions", June 1960
- Folder: 31, "A Philosopher Looks at Political Science", Sept. 1960
- Folder: 32, "Potentials for Denumerable Markov Chains", Jan. 1961, Oct. 1961
- Folder: 33, "Rigor vs. Intuition in Mathematics", Feb. 1961
- Folder: 34, "Notes on Discrete Potential Theory", Aug. 1961
- Folder: 35, "On Markov Chain Potentials", Sept. 1961
- Folder: 36, "A New Potential Operator for Recurrent Markov Chains", May 1962
- Folder: 37, "Which Subjects in Modern Mathematics…", Aug. 1962
- Folder: 38, "Teaching the New Mathematics", Oct. 1962
- Folder: 39, "Random Walks", 1963
- Folder: 40, "A Further Note on Discrete Potential Theory", Feb. 1963
- Folder: 41, "Report to the International Congress of Mathematicians", Feb. 1963
- Folder: 42, "Analyticity versus Fuzziness", Mar. 1963
- Folder: 43, "Boundary Theory for Recurrent Markov Chains", Mar. 1963
- Folder: 44, "Education of the Well-Rounded Man", 1964
- Folder: 45, "The Dartmouth Time-Sharing System", Apr. 1966, Oct. 1968
- Folder: 46, "Slowly Spreading Chains of the First Kind", Aug. 1966
- Folder: 47, "Representation Theory for Denumerable Markov Chains", Oct. 1966
- Folder: 48, "Excessive Functions for a Class of Continuous Time Markov Chains", 1967
- Folder: 49, "Excessive Functions of Continuous time Markov Chains", Mar., Oct. 1967
- Folder: 50, "The City and the Computer Revolution", May 1967
- Folder: 51, "Library of the Future", Apr. 1962
- Folder: 52, "What Every College Professor Should Know About Mathematics", Oct. 1973
- Folder: 53, "The University in Steady State", Winter 1975
- Folder: 54, "True Basic", c. 1981
- Folder: 55, "Generalization of a Fundamental Matrix", 1981
- Folder: 56, "Political Fallout", Dec. 1981
- Folder: 57, Combinatorics Paper and Correspondence, 1982
- Folder: 58, "Finite Mathematics-Then and Now", 1983
- Folder: 59, "An Interview with John Kemeny", Jan. 1983
- Folder: 60, "The Case for Computer Literacy", Spring 1983
- Folder: 61, "Matrix Representation for Combinatorics", May 1984
- Folder: 62, "Micros Enrich the Teaching Experience", Feb. 1987
- Folder: 63, "A Matter of Mutual Interest", Sept. 1989
- Folder: 64, "The Effects of Psychological Attitudes…", undated
- Folder: 65, "A New Approach to n-person Games", undated
- Folder: 66, "Examples of the Representation of Slowly Spreading Chains", undated
- Folder: 67, "Comments on Salmon's Paper", undated