The Sun, photographed on Wednesday 1892 July 27th at 1:20 p.m. by J.R. Connon of Elora, Ontario.
The Sun, as photographed on 1892 July 29th at 7 p.m. by J.R. Connon.
The Sun, setting behind the ridge of a roof on 1892 July 30th at 7:17 p.m. Photo by J.R. Connon.
The Sun, photographed by David E. Hadden of Alta, Iowa.
Note: Writing from the back of the photo was added to the front in this electronic reproduction of the original.
The Sun, photographed on 1894 November 10th at 2:57 p.m. by J.R. Connon of Elora, Ontario.
The Moon, photographed on 1896 February 22nd by J.J. Wadsworth of Simcoe, Ontario.
The Moon, photographed on 1893 September 25th by J.R. Connon.
Leo, photographed on 1899 October 7, 16.20-17.15.
Obituary in JRASC.
This photo of the Sun was taken on 1906 June 27 by society member Rev. Dr. Marsh. See Dr. Marsh's article Photographing the Sun and Moon with a 5-inch Refracting Telescope in the RASC Proceedings for 1905, p.108.
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