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1905 Eclipse #37

1905 Eclipse #37

Caught Unawares. Photo by Aldous.

L to R: W.F. King, unknown, unknown.

1905 Eclipse #36

1905 Eclipse #36

Mr. Maunder Ready. Photo by Maunder.

Further info from a newspaper caption in J.E. Maybee's scrapbook (p.17):

MR. E. WALTER MAUNDER, F.R.A.S., OPERATING PRINCIPAL INSTRUMENT OF THE GREENWICH OBSERVATORY OUTFIT.

Mr. Maunder, who, with his wife, joined the party on special invitation of Sir Wilfred Laurier, is Superintendent of the solar department at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England. The eclipse flag was lowered to half-mast after totality.

1905 Eclipse #35

1905 Eclipse #35

Father Kavanagh [left] Ready. Photo by Marsh.

Further info from a newspaper photo caption in J.E. Maybee's scrapbook (p.17):

REV. I.J. KAVANAGH, S.J., AND HIS UNIQUE DEVICE FOR EXAMINATION OF THE OUTER CORONA AND STREAMERS.

1905 Eclipse #34

1905 Eclipse #34

Rehearsal. Photo by Plaskett.

1905 Eclipse #33

1905 Eclipse #33

Father Kavanagh at work. Photo by Kavanagh.

L to R: W.F. King, unknown, Father Kavanagh.

1905 Eclipse #32

1905 Eclipse #32

Moving Supplies. Photo by Marsh.

1905 Eclipse #31

1905 Eclipse #31

Construction of Long Focus Camera. Photo by Plaskett.

1905 Eclipse #30

1905 Eclipse #30

Our Brave Defenders. Photo by Plaskett.

1905 Eclipse #29

1905 Eclipse #29

The Eclipse Camp. Photo by Plaskett.

1905 Eclipse #28

1905 Eclipse #28

Cement Mixers. Photo by Plaskett.

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