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Miscellaneous correspondence, A-H, 1900 - 1906

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Reference Code: GBR/0180/RGO 15/130

Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous correspondence of David Gill, with an index containing a précis of each item. The letters are divided into sections by correspondent:

Professor A. Auwers, Berlin, 20 March 1901 - 26 March 1906.

Professor O. Backland, Pulkova, 3 June 1901 - 28 May 1906.

P. Baracchi, Melbourne, 18 May 1900 - 2 August 1906.

Professor L. Boos, Albany, New York, 12 September 1902 - 19 September 1906.

Miss Agnes Clerke, London, May 1901 - 3 December 1905.

W.E. Cooke, Perth Observatory, 25 April 1900 - 15 January 1904.

B. Cookson, 29 April 1903 - 24 August 1906.

Dr R. Copeland, Edinburgh, 14 January 1903 - 20 September 1905.

Professor G.H. Darwin, Cambridge, 4 July 1900 - 4 July 1906.

Dr W. de Sitter, Groningen, 3 May 1900 - 24 August 1906.

F.W. Dyson, Edinburgh, 31 January - 7 June 1906.

J. Franklin Adams, London, 23 January 1902 - 16 May 1906.

Professor G.A. Hill, U.S. Naval Observatory, 25 March 1902.

A. Hinks, Cambridge, 25 November 1901 - 30 July 1906.

Sir William and Lady Huggins, 6 May 1900 - 7 November 1905.

Various correspondents, including the Revd Father Goetz and W.W. Campbell, 4 December 1900 - 28 November 1906.































Dates

  • 1900 - 1906

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

1 volume(s) (1 volume)

Language of Materials

English

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