Robert R. McMath Papers 1916-1962

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Robert R. McMath Papers, 1916-1962

Robert R. McMath Papers 1916-1962

Detroit, Michigan industrialist and director of the McMath-Hulbert Observatory of University of Michigan (located on Lake Angelus near Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan.). Correspondence concerning astronomy, particularly celestial photography, and the development of the McMath Observatory, financial records, plans for telescope equipment, and printed materials.

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