Russell Tracy Crawford miscellany, 1897-1965.


Russell Tracy Crawford miscellany, 1897-1965.

Consists of ephemera related to Crawford's life as an undergraduate and graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley, ephemera and papers related to his subsequent scholarly activity, and a small amount of correspondence that refers to or presumably addresses him. Includes a commencement program for 1897, in which Crawford received a Bachelor of Science degree; an announcement of and program for Crawford's final examination for his doctoral degree in astronomy in 1901; meeting announcements of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific in San Francisco, Calif.; a typewritten, five-page speech for the American Astronomical Society by Crawford entitled, "Contributions of the Students' Observatory (Berkeley Astronomical Department) to astronomy," with accompanying carbon copy and abstract/draft dated Aug. 1939; and two letters, a postcard, and a Christmas card.

1 folder (0.1 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6766095

California historical society

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