Kohlschütter, Arnold, 1883-1969. Papers.


Handwritten lecture notes by Kohlschütter. Includes lecture by: Ernst Emil Hugo Becker on astronomy, Strassburg, 1903; Leo Königsberger, on differential and integral calculations, Heidelberg, 1902; Ernst Becker, on orbits of planets, comets, and meteors, Winter, 1903/1904; Christian Felix Klein on elliptical functions, Gottingen, Winter 1906/1907; Martin Disteli on analytical geometry of the universe, Strassburg, Summer, 1902; Johannes(?) Knoblauch, analytical mechanics I and II, Berlin, Winter 1902/1903. Also notebooks, 1916-1954 (14 volumes) on such topics as: radiation, astronomical observations, sun and solar eclipses, astronomy, astrophysics, stellar astronomy, photometry, and Bolivia and Tihuanacu. The collection also has information on Karl Schwarzschild (1873-1916) and Walter Sydney Adams (1876-). Also includes an album entitled: Luminosity Curve for K Stars.

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