John L. Kelley (1916-1999) was an American mathematician, known primarily for his work in general topology and in functional analysis. He also founded, with A. P. Morse, the study of Morse-Kelley set theory.

On general topology:

- John Kelley,
*General topology*, D. van Nostrand, New York (1955), reprinted as: Graduate Texts in Mathematics, Springer (1975) [ISBN:978-0-387-90125-1]

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