Reference numberCD/49/10
TitleLetter from [William Ernest] Cooke, Government Astronomer of Western Australia, to [Herbert Hall] Turner
Date3 March 1904
DescriptionThanks [Herbert Hall] Turner and the Royal Society for their assistance so far [helping the Perth Observatory carry out the work of the International Astrographic Chart]. Informs Turner that he has managed to obtain a half promise of two assistants to continue the work, and thanks Turner again for 'saving the scheme so far as this Observatory is concerned'.
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NA1105Turner; Herbert Hall (1861 - 1930)1861 - 1930
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