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Decimals and Decimalisation

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Decimals and Decimalisation

A STUDY AND SKETCH
BY
Arthur Harvey
Actuary, F.R.S.C., Etc.
Toronto, Canada

Review #1 is from The Daily Free Press, London, Ontario for Saturday, February 16, 1901.

Review #2 is from The Gazette, Montreal for January 26, 1901.

Year: 
1901
Pages: 
44

Arthur Harvey

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(1834-1905) F.R.S.C., F.R.A.S.C. President of the society (1898-99); Honorary President and Director, La Institutio Solar Internacional (Monte Video, Uruguay).

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Harvey, Arthur
Type: 
Person

Harvey Seal 1897

Harvey Seal 1897

A recreation of Arthur Harvey's 1897 candidate for a new seal of the Astronomical & Physical Society of Toronto. Recreation by Randall Rosenfeld.

Eclipse Air Temps.

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Curve of temperatures, in direct sunshines. Sky clear, with a few very light cirrhus clouds, almost invisible, which however caused the irregularities of the curve. Observations only began at 8h.44, when the eclipse was well advanced.

Scale. Two divisions, vertical, to each degree Fahr.
One division, horizontal, to each minute.

Toronto, May 28'–1900. Portion of sun eclipsed 81 per cent.

Arthur Harvey.

Year: 
1900
Pages: 
1

Arthur Harvey 1904

Arthur Harvey 1904

ARTHUR HARVEY,
B. April 23, 1834--D. April 7, 1905,
FELLOW OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA; FELLOW OF
THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA, AND PRESIDENT,
1898 and 1899; HONORARY PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR,
LA INSTITUTIO SOLAR INTERNACIONAL, MONTE VIDEO, URUGUAY
ETC., ETC.

This photo was published in the RASC's 1904 Selected Papers and Proceedings.

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