Diary transcription, 1983.


Diary transcription, 1983.

Paper by Frye entitled "Japan Journal, 1917, by Henrietta Hill Swope," written for the Department of History, Northeastern University, is a transcription of a diary by the fifteen-year-old Swope; includes introduction and explanatory notes. The original diary is in the Henretta H. Swope collection at the Schlesinger Library. Swope was an astronomer and research fellow at Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories in California.

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Swope, Henrietta Hill, 1902-1982.

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Astronomer (Barnard College, A.B., 1926; Radcliffe, A.M., 1928), Swope worked at the Harvard Observatory, 1928-1942, was a member of the 1936 expedition to study the solar eclipse in Soviet Central Asia, a staff member of the MIT Radiation Laboratory, a mathematician in the Hydrographic Office of the U.S. Navy during WWII, a teacher of astronomy at Barnard, 1947-1952, and an assistant, then research fellow, at the Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories in California, 1952-1968. Swope did research ...

Frye, Roberta Kirk.

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