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Does anyone know of the existence of an archive of the work of J Sutherland Frame?

The Briscoe Center for American History maintains about 100 archives of American mathematics and I have found the folks there to be quite helpful.

Cheers, Scott

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The short answer is "no". Frame did interesting work, though usually outside the conceptual mainstream of representation theory. Some of his calculations of character tables (such as that of the most exceptional Weyl group) have permanent value, I think.

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