Webster Wells (4 September 1851 in Boston – 23 May 1916) would be a U . s . States math wizzard known mainly for his authorship of a number of mathematical textbooks.

Wells graduated in 1873 in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was a teacher from 1873 to 1880, and then grew to become successively a helper professor (1883), an affiliate professor (1885), along with a full professor (1893-1911) of mathematics.

Wells’ textbooks were utilized in many schools and colleges within the U . s . States. One of the titles were: