4-22-15. Thomas Craig to H. Poincaré

July 3/ 1886

American Journal of Mathematics

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore

Dear Monsieur Poincaré,

I hope you will excuse my long delay in acknowledging the receipt of your letter and memoir.11endnote: 1 Poincaré’s letter has not been located, but the memoir in question is “Sur les fonctions abéliennes” (Poincaré, 1886). Craig sent Poincaré a printed, signed receipt for his manuscript, dated 3 July (§ 4-22-16). I have been ill. Many thanks indeed for the memoir, it will appear in the next number of the Journal Vol. VIII No. 4. I have just finished reading the first installment of the proof.

I fear I shall not be able to do much work this summer as I am still rather unwell. When are you coming over here to visit us? I wish you would come soon. I have a room in my house which will be at your service whenever you do me the honor to visit me.

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Craig

ALS 1p. Collection particulière, Paris 75017.

Time-stamp: “ 4.05.2019 00:49”

Notes

  • 1 Poincaré’s letter has not been located, but the memoir in question is “Sur les fonctions abéliennes” (Poincaré, 1886). Craig sent Poincaré a printed, signed receipt for his manuscript, dated 3 July (§ 4-22-16).

References

  • H. Poincaré (1886) Sur les fonctions abéliennes. American Journal of Mathematics 8 (4), pp. 289–342. Link Cited by: endnote 1.