1920s

RASC National Office

The RASC's headquarters has moved around Toronto over the years:

Continue Reading

Correspondence 1920s

Continue Reading

DAO

Hon. Charles Stewart - Minister
W. W. Cory, C.M.G. - - Deputy Minister

The Dominion Astrophysical
Observatory
Victoria, B.C.

A SKETCH of the development of astronomy
in Canada and of the founding of this observatory.
A description of the building and of the
mechanical and optical details of the telescope. An
account of the principal work of the institution.

By J. S. Plaskett, F.R.S.

Ottawa
F. A. ACLAND,
Printer to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty
1923

Continue Reading

Luncheon Sign-in

Note in file with page:

Was found at Agincourt Ge[o]Magnetic Observatory, Agincourt Ontario in 1968.

The Geomagnetic Observatory was terminated operation because of expansion of the 401, at Midland Ave, just east of Kennedy Rd.

I believe the paper was originated by Jackson who ran the geomagnetic observatory in 1926.

You might contact Miss Douglas or ??? Russell.

C. Hodgson.

Continue Reading

RASC Constitution 1927

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
ADOPTED JUNE 16, 1908; IN FORCE DECEMBER 1, 1908.
WITH AMENDMENTS TO DECEMBER 1, 1927.

Continue Reading

RASC Booklet

Continue Reading

Naval Party

Standing left to right: Sinclair, Hutchins, Barker, Cushing, Kenny. Sitting: Rhodes, Com. Quick, Starling, Kean.

Continue Reading

Frederic Troyer

(1912-99) An active 75-year member of the Toronto Centre. He received the Service Award in 1960.

Continue Reading

Harold Kingston

(1886-1963) Mathematician at U of Manitoba and Western U. Involved with Winnipeg and London Centres.

Continue Reading

DeLisle Garneau

(1906-67) First President of the Centre Français de Montreal (1947) and an active observer. Received the Chant Medal in 1951.

Continue Reading

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - 1920s