San Luis Observatory Photographs

Below are historical San Luis Observatory photographs.

Buildings housing the Dudley Observatory expedition in San Luis, Argentina. The Olcott Meridian Circle was in the larger of the two buildings. The telescope sticking out of the smaller building was the refractor used for photometry.

Buildings housing the Dudley Observatory expedition in San Luis, Argentina. The Olcott Meridian Circle was in the larger of the two buildings. The telescope sticking out of the smaller building was the refractor used for photometry.

Staff of the Dudley Observatory in San Luis, Argentina. (Identified by Trudy Bell)  Beginning at left: Merton I. Roy, James M. Fair, Heroy Jenkins (at rear), Arthur J. Roy (with beard in front), Paul T. Delavan, Richard H. Tucker (center rear), Meade L. Zimmer, Louis Z. Mearns, William B. Varnum, and Roscoe F. Sanford.

Staff of the Dudley Observatory in San Luis, Argentina. (Identified by Trudy Bell)
Beginning at left: Merton I. Roy, James M. Fair, Heroy Jenkins (at rear), Arthur J. Roy (with beard in front), Paul T. Delavan, Richard H. Tucker (center rear), Meade L. Zimmer, Louis Z. Mearns, William B. Varnum, and Roscoe F. Sanford.

  This photo came from the family of Meade Zimmer, shedding new light on the identities of the staff members.


This photo came from the family of Meade Zimmer, shedding new light on the identities of the staff members.

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