Reference numberEL/G2/8
TitleIsaac Greenwood, dated at Cambridge, New England, to William Rutty
CreatorGreenwood; Isaac (1702-1745); Hollisian Professor of Mathematics, Harvard College
Date10 May 1729
DescriptionGrateful that the Society has accepted his method of composing a history of the weather (see EL/G2/7)
Encloses a brief account of the examples of the effects of damp air on animals (see EL/G2/9)
Extent3 sides
Place originCambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Origin coordinates42.3751, -71.10561
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA518Rutty; William (1687 - 1730)1687 - 1730
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