An Easy Pocket Star Guide For Beginners
A Key to the Sky for Every Night in the Year
Compiled byH. R. KINGSTONPlates fromMcKready's "A Beginner’s Star Book”
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIOLondon, Canada
Department of Mathematics and Astronomy. May, 1944
SOME AIDS TO THE TEACHING OF ASTRONOMY
Revised May, 1944.
THE OPENING OF THE HUME CRONYN MEMORIALOBSERVATORY - reprint from the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.
Harold R. Kingston on appointment to Deanship of Arts and Science, University of Western Ontario. July 1, 1947.
H.R. Kingston at the observatory, probably in October 1940.
Boyd Brydon's Oak Bay Observatory, located at 2390 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, BC. This observatory was later moved to the grounds belonging to Mr. & Mrs. Peters of the Victoria Centre.
The Observer's Handbook for 1948. C.A. Chant, Editor; F.S. Hogg, Assistant Editor; David Dunlap Observatory.
Forty-first year of publication.
The Observer's Handbook for 1948. C.A. Chant, Editor; F.S. Hogg, Assistant Editor; David Dunlap Observatory.Fortieth year of publication.
The Observer's Handbook for 1946. C.A. Chant, Editor; F.S. Hogg, Assistant Editor; David Dunlap Observatory.Thirty-eighth year of publication.
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