אברהם הלוי פרנקל (1965-1891), מתמטיקאי. כיהן בתפקיד הדיקן הראשון של הפקולטה למתמטיקה ומדעי הטבע באוניברסיטה העברית. הארכיון כולל מסמכים אישיים, התכתבות, מאמרים מתמטיים, חומר על נושאים דתיים ומדעיים וכן על מפלגות דתיות.
Abraham Adolf Fraenkel Archive.
כותר בעברית: ארכיון אברהם הלוי פרנקל.
ARC. 4* 1621, Abraham Adolf Fraenkel Archive, Archives Department, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem
Abraham Adolf Fraenkel Archive.
ARC. 4* 1621
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Abraham Adolf Halevi Fraenkel, born Munich 17.2.1891, died Jerusalem 15.10.1965. Mathematician and historian of mathematics. Marburg lecturer 1916, professor 1922
Jerusalem 1926, also first dean of Mathematics & rector. After retirement, Bar Ilan University.
The materials are in Hebrew, German & English.
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חזק! חזק! ונתחזק! = Be strong, be strong and let us strengthen one another : in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of Joshua Feuerstein, Shabbat 27 Sivan 5755 - May 27, 1995 / [compiled by Rahel Fraenkel Bloch].
Rahel Fraenkel BlochBook
Lebenskreise : aus den Erinnerungen eines jüdischen Mathematikers / Abraham A. Fraenkel.
Abraham Adolf Fraenkel 1891-1965Book
Recollections of a Jewish mathematician in Germany / Abraham A. Fraenkel ; edited by Jiska Cohen-Mansfield ; translated by Allison Brown.
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