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The Harvard College Observatory's Phillips Library was founded in 1848. The Records of the Harvard College Observatory Phillips Library contain eight bound volumes, mostly dating from 1858 to approximately 1932, which document the published works obtained by the library.
Willard James Fisher (1867-1934), physicist and astronomer, was a Harvard Lecturer of Astronomy and Research Associate at the Harvard College Observatory from 1922 to 1934. Fisher's fields of interest were lunar eclipse phenomena and meteoric astronomy. This series documents Willard J. Fisher's meteor research from 1924 to 1934 conducted at the Harvard College Observatory.
Records of the Harvard College Observatory relating to photographic photometry kept by Edward S. King
Edward Skinner King (1861-1931), an astronomer, was an observer (1887-1913), assistant professor (1913-1926), and Phillips Professor of Astronomy (1926-1931) at the Harvard College Observatory in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This series documents King's work in photographic photometry, a technique used in astronomy to measure the flux or intensity of light radiated by astronomical objects, at the Harvard College Observatory from 1899 to 1931.
Papers of Helen Meriwether Lewis Thomas, Radcliffe College Class of 1928.
Records of the Harvard College Observatory : Research contract files related to the solar observatory at Sacramento Peak in New Mexico
Small Magellanic Cloud finding charts inscribed with the names of Harvard College Observatory astronomers
This collection consists of personal papers of clock maker and astronomer William Cranch Bond (1789-1859) and his family, the records of the company William Bond & Son, of Boston, Massachusetts, some records of the Harvard College Observatory, papers of J. Morton Clinch, photographs, printed material, and medals and watches, dated from 1724 to 1931.