Toronto

James Wadsworth

(1842-1905) B.A., M.A., M.B. A school inspector by trade. He built the 12½" reflector (the largest in Canada at the time) that he used to observe the heavens from his observatory on Talbot Street in Simcoe, Ontario.

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George Lumsden

(1847-1903) Corresponding Secretary (1890-99) and President of the Society (1900-01).

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Arthur Harvey

(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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Larratt Smith

(1820-1905) D.C.L., Q.C. Served as Vice President of the Society (1892-94), and President (1895).

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Bert Topham

(1893-1962) Bert Topham (Toronto Centre) was a prominent observer of his day, and the first recipient of the Society's Chant Medal.

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John Paterson

(1846-1930) K.C., M.A., F.R.A.S.C. A math teacher at Upper Canada College, later a lawyer, and President of the Society (1896-97).

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Charles Carpmael

(1846-94) M.A., F.R.A.S., F.R.S.C. Director of the Magnetic Observatory (Toronto), and Superintendent of the Dominion Meteorological Service (1876-94). President of the Society (1890-94).

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Andrew Elvins

(1823-1918) One of the founding members of the society in 1868.

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GA 1961 Audio

Audio from the 1961 General Assembly in Toronto.

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GA 1965 Audio

Dr. C.S. Beals speaks on "Craters on the Earth and Moon" at the 1965 General Assembly in Toronto.

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