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Miscellaneous correspondence, A-K, 1896 - 1900

 Sub-Series
Reference Code: GBR/0180/RGO 15/128

Scope and Contents

Correspondence of David Gill with other astronomers, divided into sections by correspondent:

J. Franklin Adams, 17 June 1896 - 29 March 1900.

Professor A. Auwers, Berlin, 24 July 1880 - 15 January 1900.

Sir Robert S. Ball, 20 May 1896 - 15 February 1900.

Pietro Baracchi, Melbourne Observatory, 23 January 1897 - 19 January 1900.

S.J. Braun, U.S. Naval Observatory, 2 March - 4 April 1900.

Miss Agnes Clerke, London, 4 March 1897 - 18 February 1900.

Professor G. Cornstock, Washburn Observatory, 20 February 1897 - 21 February 1899.

W.E. Cooke, Perth Observatory, 7 January 1896 - 20 March 1900.

B. Cookson, Northumberland, 26 January 1898 - 6 February 1899.

Dr Ralph Copeland, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, 27 June 1897 - 6 March 1900.

Cordoba Observatory, J.M. Thorne and Doctor Gailo, January 1896 - 28 February 1900.

H. Davis, Columbia University, 19 December 1896 - 3 January 1899.

W. de Sitter, 29 December 1896 - 4 April 1900.

W.L. Elkin, Yale University Observatory, April 1896 - 7 March 1900.

Sir William Huggins, London, 7 August 1897 - 7 March 1900.

Professor H. Jacoby, 4 January 1896 - 22 March 1900.

Professor J.C. Kapteyn, Groningen, February 1896 - 9 August 1899.

E.H. Knobel, London, 14 February - 17 March 1898.



































Dates

  • 1896 - 1900

Conditions Governing Access

Unless restrictions apply, the collection is open for consultation by researchers using the Manuscripts Reading Room at Cambridge University Library. For further details on conditions governing access please contact mss@lib.cam.ac.uk. Information about opening hours and obtaining a Cambridge University Library reader's ticket is available from the Library's website (www.lib.cam.ac.uk).

Extent

29 folder(s)

Language of Materials

English

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