1940s

Malcolm Thomson

(1908-2002) RASC National President (1966-1968) during Canada's Centenary, Chief of the Positional Astronomy and Time Service (1957-1966), and Chief of the Astronomy Division (1966-1970) at the Dominion Observatory. When the DO closed, he became head of the NRC's Time and Frequency Section of the Physics Division (for more information, see https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2002BAAS...34.1385H/abstract.) —RAR

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Bert Topham

(1893–1962) Toronto Centre member; a prominent observer of his day; first Chant Medal recipient.

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Castlefield Observatory

(1938–72?) Bert Topham's observatory at 1250 Castlefield Ave., Toronto.

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Victoria Programme 1943-44

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
 
VICTORIA CENTRE
PROGRAMME
of Lectures
SEASON 1943·44
 
1943
Wednesday, October 13 "Straight Lines and Circles in Navigation"
Lt. Cmdr. C.A. McDonald,
 
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RASC Gavel 1941

This gavel is made, and was given to The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada by H.G. Duncalfe Oct 1941.

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Ken Chilton #9

L to R: Marlett, Jim King, Ken Tower, Geo. Haskell, Ken Chilton.

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Ken Chilton #8

Ken Chilton is at bottom right.

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Ken Chilton #7

Ken Chilton, second from right.

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Hamiltonians at DDO

Hamilton Centre group in front of the DDO.

L to R: J.A. Partridge, Dr. Wm. Findlay, Dr. Warren, Rev. E.F. Maunsell, Norman H. Broadhead, Prof. George Milne, George Campbell, 8, Dr. McNeil, T.N. Wingham, W.S. Mallory, Dr. A.E. Johns, E.E. Boscence.

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McMaster 1946 June

At McMaster University, June 1946.

L to R: 1, 2, George Campbell, hidden-unknown, 5, Dr. Johns.

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