Around the 1960s a collection of math books by authors such as Mary P. Dolciani, William Wooton, Edwin F. Beckenbach, Ray C. Jurgensen etc. started to appear which were part of a series of books called "Modern Mathematics Series" by the company Houghton Mifflin.
What I want to know is:
- What are the books that make up this series? There are several books, each with multiple editions and revisions. They have similar names, but some have the prefix "Modern" and some don't. Some have the subtitle "Structure and method", and some don't.
- What are the levels that each book is intended to (middle school, high school, first year of college, etc.)?