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Pierre Deligne papers

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This collection includes biographical materials related to Pierre Deligne. Materials include newspaper clippings, reprints, photographs, digital images, and an audiovisual recording of a television appearance given by Deligne. Materials also include annotations provided by Elena Alexeeva. Materials date from 1962 to 2005.


  • 1962-2005

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This collection includes biographical materials related to Pierre Deligne dating from 1962 to 2005.

Custodial History

Elena Alexeeva donated these materials to the Shebly White and Leon Levy Archives Center on May 07, 2013.

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The finding aid is written in English.

Revision Statements

  • 2021-10-20: Caitlin Rizzo revised this finding aid to comply with DACS standards.