Annual report of the director of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College ...

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Corporate author / creator:Harvard College Observatory
Imprint:Cambridge, Mass., The University, 1877-
Description:v. 24 cm.
Language:English
Subject:Astronomy.
Observations.
Format: Print Journal
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2916423
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Notes:Title varies slightly.
Imprint 1877-84: Cambridge, J. Wilson and Son.
1876- : E.C. Pickering, director.
Report year ends, 1877-1893: October 31; 1894-19 September 30.
Issued also in the Annual reports of the president of Harvard University.
Reports for 1846-55 were published in vol. 1 of the Annals of the Observatory; for 1856-1876 in vol. VIII of the Annals; reports for were published also in the reports of the Committee of the Overseers appointed to visit the Observatory.
Reports for 1888- (43d- ) included also in its Miscellaneous papers 1888-

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