Correspondence, articles, lab notebooks, musical scores, audio recordings, computer files, and other materials related to
the professional work of computer music pioneer Max V. Mathews.
Max V. Mathews, often cited as "the father of computer music," was born in Columbus, NE on November 13, 1926. After training
as a radio technician in the Navy, he attended the California Institute of Technology, where he received a bachelor's degree
in electrical engineering in 1950. He received a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1954.
18.5 Linear feet (13 boxes)
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