University of Denver. Department of Astronomy and Applied Mathematics
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Overview Albert William Recht was an astronomer and educator at the University of Denver from 1932 to his death in 1962. The collection includes tapes of various lectures used on "public nights" at Chamberlin Observatory, newspapers clippings, bulletins of the Chamberlain Observatory, a copy of "A Space Trip for the Joneses," Chamberlin Observatory publications, photographs, notes for Recht's address to the National Amateur Astronomers Convention held in Denver (1959) and journal...
Overview Collection contains course proposals, degree program info sheets, handbooks, newsletters, lab manuals, and prospect related to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Denver.
Overview Collection contains bound reports, publications, research reports, annual reports, degree information sheets, correspondence, brochures, handbooks, memos, and class information related to the Department of Mathematics at the University of Denver.
Scope and Contents Observation books contain astronomical observations made at the Chamberlin Observatory from 1897 through 1925, including Halley's Comet in 1910. Observation notes include Howe's notes as well as other astronomers. The reference material is ''A List of Stars for Observations of Latitude with Approximate Zenith Distances for Chamberlin Observatory,'' complied by Charles Joseph Ling.
Overview Herbert A. Howe (1858-1926) was Professor of Astronomy and Applied Mathematics, Director of Chamberlin Observatory, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado. He was instrumental in building the University of Denver's Chamberlin Observatory (1890) named after Humphrey B. Chamberlin. Howe oversaw the installation of the Observatory's Saegmuller telescope with its 20-inch Clark refractor. Howe's notebooks contain...
Overview University of Denver (DU) administrator and Professor of Astronomy and Applied Mathematics Herbert Alonzo Howe poses for a formal portrait in Denver, Colorado.