Papers [microform], 1861-1914.

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Papers [microform], 1861-1914.

Correspondence, essays, and biographical material. Correspondence consists of professional correspondence with colleagues in astronomy, family correspondence, and letters of condolence on Chandler's death. Essays on scientific topics are from the early years of Chandler's career. Biographical material includes a will, vita, photographs, a birth, marriage, and death register for the Chandler family, and a eulogy service for S. Chandler. Correspondents include Benjamin Boss, B.A. Gould, Charles Minot, Simon Newcomb, H.H. Turner, and Chandler family members.

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Newcomb, Simon, 1835-1909

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Boss, Benjamin, 1880-

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Gould, Benjamin Apthorp, 1824-1896

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American astronomer. Graduated Harvard, 1844; University of Go╠łttingen (Germany), 1848. He returned to the United States with the hope of establishing an era for astronomy. In 1849 he founded and became the first editor of the "Astronomical Journal." In 1855, he became director of the Dudley Observatory. A public controversy arose when he disagreed with the Scientific Council and Trustees of the Observatory as to management of the facility. He was terminated as director in 1859. From ...

Chandler, Seth Carlo, 1846-1913

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Astronomer (variable stars, variation of latitude, and geodesy) and life insurance actuary. Aid, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1864-1870; staff, Harvard College Observatory from 1881; editor, Astronomical Journal from 1896. From the description of Papers [microform], 1861-1914. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78060521 American astronomer. Boston English High School; L.L.D., DePauw University, 1891. After attending high school, he became a personal astronomical assistant, 1...

Minot, Charles Sedgwick, 1852-1914

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Minot (Harvard, S.D. 1878) began teaching at Harvard in 1880 and was appointed James Stillman Professor of Comparative Anatomy at Harvard Medical School in 1905, a position he held until his death. Early in his career he did studies of insects and described new species; his interest expanded to comparative anatomy, morphology and growth; and his work included physiological experimentation on effects of anesthesia, reaction to tetanus, and the nature of muscular contractions. His research in huma...

Turner, H. H. (Herbart Hall), 1861-1930.

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