A supervisor at CP Rail and an active member of CFM and SAM. Service Award 1979. Multiple international honours.
Longtime physicist at Acadia University, active on National Council. Handbook editor (1982-2000). Service Award 1988.
A horticulturist and active asteroid, comet and variable star observer. Chilton Prize 1983, Chant Medal 1988.
Toronto Centre member, active on National Council, author of Looking Up. Service Award 1987.
Victoria Centre member and avid astrophotographer, speaker, writer. Chant Medal 1989.
Served on Hamilton Centre council for 38 years. Service Award 1968.
Leo Enright's introduction to Clyde Tombaugh's lecture in Kingston on 1989 October 20.
The text of this introduction was published in the October 2010 issue of Regulus.
A report of the meeting was published in the January 1990 issue of Regulus.
Bart Bok in early January of 1981, with the plaque representing his honorary membership in the RASC.
Photo taken by Peter Jedicke at Bok's house in Tucson, AZ.
(1904-90) Observer and Toronto Centre member. Received the Service Award in 1979.
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