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1900

Eclipse Air Temps.

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Curve of temperatures, in direct sunshines. Sky clear, with a few very light cirrhus clouds, almost invisible, which however caused the irregularities of the curve. Observations only began at 8h.44, when the eclipse was well advanced.

Scale. Two divisions, vertical, to each degree Fahr.
One division, horizontal, to each minute.

Toronto, May 28'–1900. Portion of sun eclipsed 81 per cent.

Arthur Harvey.

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1900
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19000620 Letter Wallace

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A letter from Alfred Russell Wallace to J.R. Collins on 1903 June 20.

Broudstone, Dorset.
June 20, 1903

J.R. Collins Esq.

Dear Sir

Many thanks for your very interesting letter + the paper + photos of the Nova Persei Neb.

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1903
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3

TTAS 1900

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Transactions of the Toronto Astronomical Society for the year 1900 including eleventh annual report.

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1900
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54

TAS Minutes 1900

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Minutes of the Toronto Astronomical Society (TAS).

Year: 
1900
Pages: 
127

Eclipse 1900 in Birch Bark

Eclipse 1900 in Birch Bark

Solar eclipse 1900 booklet in Birch bark. Made by A.E. Weatherbe.

Eclipse 1900 in Birch Bark

Eclipse 1900 in Birch Bark

Solar eclipse 1900 booklet made out of Birch bark (front). Made by A.E. Weatherbe.

Solar Eclipse 1900

Solar Eclipse 1900

Solar Eclipse of 1900 May 28

At the meeting of 1900 June 12, Mr. T. Lindsay presented this photo which was taken by Mr. D.E. Hadden's 8x10 camera. (Mr. Hadden of Alta, Iowa was an associate member of the society.) This photo was published in the Transactions for 1900, page 18.

TAS Charter

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Charter and by-laws of the Toronto Astronomical Society. Adopted 16th October, 1900.

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1900
Pages: 
20
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