My Reminiscences of the Indian Statistical Institute
Text written by mathematician and statistician Raj Chandra Bose entitled "My Reminiscences of the Indian Statistical Institute," which details Bose's experiences joining and working at the Indian Statistical Institute, as well as how he came to leave the institute to move to the United States.
Excerpt from Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis
Excerpt from Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis, a 1983 biography of Indian statistician Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis written by A. Mahalanobis, which mentions Raj Chandra Bose as an outstanding mathematician.
Memories of Professor R.C. Bose
"Memories of Professor R.C. Bose," a text written by Bennet Manvel at Colorado State University in November 1987 in honor of mathematician and statistician Raj Chandra Bose.
Synopsis of Life of Late Prof. R.C. Bose
Handwritten "synopsis of life" for mathematician and statistician Raj Chandra Bose, listing his basic biographical details, academic history, awards, and employment history. Signed on the reverse side by Sailesh Sen Gupta.
Legacy of R.C. Bose
Clipping from unknown newspaper published in 1988 memorializing mathematician and statistician Raj Chandra Bose; the article describes Bose's life and legacy and mentions that he died the previous year.
R.C. Bose: Life of a Mathematician
Short autobiographical text written by mathematician and statistician Raj Chandra Bose, describing his upbringing, academic career, and family life.
AIA's First Honor Banquet A Singular Success
Front page of an issue of TransIndia dated November 12, 1973 and including the article "AIA's First Honor Banquet A Singular Success." Describes the first honor banquet held by the Association of Indians in America.
"695 receive degrees at CSU"
Clipping from the Fort Collins Coloradoan dated August 6, 1976 and entitled "695 receive degrees at CSU." Mentions that Raj Chandra Bose was honored during a Colorado State University commencement ceremony for his election to membership in the National Academy of Sciences.
November 1959 article by Martin Gardner in the Scientific American entitled "Mathematical Games" which discusses the work of three mathematicians, including Raj Chandra Bose.