Reference numberMS/117
TitleRough projections, "Eclipses of the Sun and Moon 1882-2000", by Samuel J Johnson
CreatorJohnson, Samuel
DescriptionProjected drawings of the tracks of solar and lunar eclipses, including Transits of Venus, with supporting descriptive text. In addition to predictive calculations, Johnson includes retrospective drawings of key historical eclipses from 763 BC to 1724 AD. Includes a letter of presentation from the author dated 25 March 1882 written at Melplash Vicarage Bridport
Extent1 volume, 93pp.
Physical descriptionInk on paper, full brown leather binding with gilded edges. Front board lettered "Eclipses 1882-2000".
Access statusOpen
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