Correspondence, manuscripts of articles, notes and related papers concerning his career as professor of mathematics, University
of California, Berkeley.
Benjamin Abram Bernstein, mathematician, born in 1881 in Posvol, Lithuania, came to the United States as a child in 1891.
He took his degree at Johns Hopkins and did his graduate work at the University of California in Berkeley. Teaching at the
University of California since 1907, he specialized in postulate theory, Boolean algebra and the mathematics of logic, and
published many articles in professional journals.
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