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1-00404 C-7. Photograph of polar stars, ordinary camera, 2 hr. Exp.
1-00405 C-12. Results of experiments- two circles, indistinguishable.
1-00406 C-26. Relative masses of sun and planets.
1-00407 C-18. Earth’s true orbit and sun’s apparent path.
1-00408 C-21. Orbits of inner planets, with their positions. 
1-00409 C-22. Orbits of outer planets, with their positions.
1-00410 C-23. How to draw an ellipse.
1-00411 C-25. Relative sizes of sun and planets. 
1-00412 C-29. How to measure the sun’s diameter. (copyright) 
1-00413 C-35. How a solar eclipse is produced. (Copyright)
1-00414
Flash spectrum at solar eclipse of May 28, 1900. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides
1-00415 M 19. Lunar crater Copernicus. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00416 Comparison of yellow carbon bands  in electric arc with spectra of red stars.
1-00417 M 60. Occultation of Aldebaran by the moon. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00418 C-56. Spectrum of comet Morehouse (1908 III), with objective prism. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides. 
1-00419 C-57. Comet 1910 II, Halley, September 16-26, 1909. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.  
1-00420 C-76. Stars of winter and key.
1-00421 C-77. Stars of spring and key.
1-00422 C-78. Stars of summer and key.
1-00423 C-83. Drawing of Ursa Major (Great Bear).
1-00424 SC 302. Loose cluster in Aquila, Messier II. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00425 30. Komet Borrelly 1903, kurzer Doppeschweif. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf.
1-00426 28. Komet Perrine 1902, abgebrochener Schweif. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf.
1-00427 26. Der Komet 1892 Swift (der Schweif ist kürzer geworden und hat sich in zwei Teile geteilt). Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00428 23. Der Komet 1892 Swift (scharfer eingeschnürter Schweif). Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf.  
1-00429 22 Die kleine Kuppel im Bau. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf – Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang Düsseldorf
1-00430 21 Der Sechszöller „Planetenfänger“ des Astrophys. Obsevatoriums Königstuhl. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00431 19 Ein neuer Planet zwölfter Grosse, entdecktdurch denStrich, den er gezogen; heisst jetzt 329 Svea (vergrössert). Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf
1-00432 Die Kuppel im Bau. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang Düsseldorf
1-00433 C-60. Why Saturn’s rings show phases.
1-00434 SC 351. Diagram of orbit of visual binary, 70 Ophiuchi (period, 87 years). Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00435 SS 14. Spectrum of Arcturus, type Ko, both narrow and widened. Comparison spectrum from titanium spark. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00436 SS 125. Spectra of Nova Aquilae, with objective-prism. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00437 Minute structure of calcium flocculi, similar to granulation of photosphere, July 25.
1-00438 Great spot group of october, 1903. Low level. Photo with Rumford spectroheliograph.
1-00439 Sin datos.
1-00440 Eclipse of May 28, 1900. Spectrum of “flash”.
1-00441 Comet C 1903 Borrelly. Photo July 18 at Yerkes Observatory.
1-00442 Spectrum of epsilon Canis Majoris, Orion type, showing oxygen lines. Yerkes Obsy.
1-00443 Gamma Pegasi, with titanium spectrum. Photo with Bruce spectrograph. Yerkes Obsy. 
1-00444 Spectrum of Canis Minoris. Type 1a3. Yerkes Observatory. 
1-00445 Spectrum of Arcturus. Solar Type. Photo with Bruce spectrograph.Yerkes Obsy.
1-00446 Gamma Piscium. Taken 6 months aparts and thereby indicating  by change in velocity, the Farth’s revolution.
1-00447 Spectrum of Orionis. Type III a. Yerkes Observatory.  
1-00448 Comparison of green carbon bands in electric arc with spectra of red stars.
1-00449 Comparison of blue carbon bands in electric arc with spectra of red stars.
1-00450 Spectra of 7 red stars showing changes (blue region). Photo at Yerkes Observatory.
1-00451 Eta Virginis, a spectroscopic binary. Photo with Bruce spectrograph. Yerkes Obs’y.
1-00452 Double-slide Plate-holder on 40-inch. Yerkes telescope.
1-00453 Low and high level flocculi surrounding spot, April 4, ‘03. Rumford spectroheliograph.
1-00454 Spot of July 7, 1903 , showing low-level calcium vapor. Yerkes Observatory. 
1-00455 Spot of April 29, 1903. High level calcium vapor, with sliat center of  K line.
1-00456 BI 75. The 24-inch reflecting telescope. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00457 BI 51. The 40-inch refracting telescope, with floor at lowest position. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00458 Yerkes Observatory from the northeast 
1-00459 N 51. Planetary nebula N.G.C. 2392 in Gemini, photographea by Barnard with both 25-foot and 100-foot focus of the 60-inch reflector at Mount Wilson Observatory . Yerkes Observatory:100 Representative Slides.
1-00460 C 77. Comet 1910 II, Halley, June 6, 1910. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative  Slides.
1-00461 C 32. Comet 1908 III, Morehouse, November 16, 1908. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00462 P 52. Trails of two asteroids. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00463 C-68. How planetoids are discovered. (Barnard, Yerkes Obs.)
1-00464 P 38. Jupiter, showing change in position of four satellites. Photographed with Bruce telescope. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00465 Spot of July 7, 1903, showing high-level calcium vapor. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00466 Spot of July 7, 1903, showing dark hydrogen flocculi photowith H line. Yerkes Obsy.
1-00467 Spot group July 25, 1903, showing high-level calcium flocculi, Yerkes Observatory. 
1-00468 Rapid Development of spot group with brilliant flocculi. July 23, 24, 25, 1903.
1-00469 Dumb-bell nebula in vulpecula photo. With 2-foot reflector, Yerkes Observatory.
1-00470 Nebulosity about nova persei, Nov. 13, 1901. From drawing after photo, with 2-foot refl.
1-00471 Nebulosity about nova persei , Nov. 20, 1901. From drawing after photo. With 2-foot refl.   
1-00472 Nebulosity about nova persei, Dec. 14, 1901. From drawing after photo . With 2-foot refl.
1-00473 Spectrum of Gamma orionis. Type Ib. Yerkes Observatory 
1-00474 Spectrum of orionis, Orion type, showing oxygen lines. Photo. Bruce spectrograph.
1-00475 Spectrum of gamma geminorum. Type Ia2. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00476 Bright lines in the spectrum of 152 schjellerup. Photograph Yerkes Observatory.
1-00477 Spectrum of lightning, showing coincidence with spectrum of spark in air. Yerkes Obs`y.
1-00478 Yerkes Observatory. Iron skeleton of great dome, with wood sheathing just begun. 
1-00479 Yerkes Observatory. Central rotunda. Main hall.
1-00480 The forty-inch yerkes telescope, rising-floor at highest position.
1-00481 C-84. Drawing of Orion.
1-00482 C-87. Drawing of Andromeda.
1-00483 The forty-inch object Glass of the Yerkes Telescope.
1-00484 Eye-end of forty-inch Yerkes telescope, with micrometer.
1-00485 The two-foot reflector, Yerkes observatory.
1-00486 Bruce spectrograph attached to 40-inch Yerkes Telescope, with temperature case.
1-00487 Bruce spectrograph, Yerkes Obsy.
1-00488 Glass speculum for five-foot reflector. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00489 SC 201. Photographs in 1908, 1915, and 1920 of the binary star “Krueger 60”, showing orbital motion. Yerkes Observatory: 100 representative Slides.
1-00490 M 18. Lunar crater Theophilus. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides. 
1-00491 M 17. Lunar. “Seas”: Maria Serenitatis and Tranquilitatis, (59). Yerkes Observatory:100 Representative Slides.
1-00492 MW 63. Dark nebulae Nos. 63 and 72 in the Milky Way. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00493 MW 87. Nebulous region Gamma Cygni, in Milky Way. Yerkes Observvatory: 100 Representative Slides. 
1-00494 M 19. Lunar crater Copernicus (enlarged). (62) Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00495 M 30. Moon, at age 3.85 days. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00496 M 3. Moon, at age 16 days. Yerkes Observatory:100 Representative Slides.
1-00497 N 27. The “Trifid” nebula in sagittarius, gaseous. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00498 MW 21. Milky Way near star 58 Ophiuchi. (508) Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00499 MW 61. Dark object (Nº 75 of Barnard’s list) and nebula N.G.C. 6992, similar in shape. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00500 Yerkes Observatory. Constellation Orion. Extrafocal. Nº S.C. 152
1-00501 M 45. Earth-lit “old moon in the new moon’s arms”. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides. 
1-00502 M17. Lunar “Seas”: Mare Serenitatis and Mare Tranquilitatis. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00503 Observatorio Nacional de La Plata. Eclipse anular.
1-00504 Taller y laboratorio de optica: vista parcial de una de las salas de máquinas. 
1-00505 Taller y laboratorio de optica: otra sala de máquinas.
1-00506 C-40. Photograph of moon at 1st. Quarter.
1-00507 C-53. Jupiter as seen in a small telescope.
1-00508 C-97. The Pleiades, open cluster of stars. (Y.O.) 
1-00509 40. Die Grenze der Milchstrasse Anseris. 
1-00510 35. Die Milchstrasse bei Cygni. 
1-00511 42. Die dichteste Stelle der nördlick Milchstrasse mi Saditta. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesengang, Düsseldorf.
1-00512 61. Die Nebel um S Monocerotis.
1-00513 46. Übersichtsbild von der Milchstrasse
1-00514 37. Umgebung der Sternhaufen -h Persei.
1-00515 Meteor trail with the great orion nebula in the field. Photo. By E.E. Barnard. Yerkes Obs. 
1-00516 M 101 Ursae Majoris. Photo at the Yerkes Observatory with 2-foot reflector.
1-00517 Nebula in cygnus. H.V. 37. 2-foot reflector, Yerkes Obsy.
1-00518 Region of the pleiades showing 30º of sky and stars down to the 13th mag., Yerkes Obsy.
1-00519 Nebulosity about Nova Persei, Jan. 7 and 9, 1901. From drawing after photo, with 2-foot refl.
1-00520 Yerkes Observatory, distant view in winter.
1-00521 C-86. Drawing of Taurus (Bull).
1-00522 C-79. Stars of autumn and key.
1-00523 Observatorio Nacional de La Plata. Eclipse parcial de Luna.
1-00524 C-15. Seasonal change in sun’s altitude -Stonehenge. (Copyright)
1-00525 Observatorio Nacional de La Plata. Eclipse total de Luna.
1-00526 Observatorio Nacional de La Plata. Eclipse total y parcial de Sol.
1-00527 Observatorio Nacional de La Plata. Eclipse total de Luna.
1-00528 Estación Austral “Félix Aguilar”. Edificio en construcción.
1-00529 Estación Austral “Félix Aguilar”. Otra de las construcciones.
1-00530 C-8. Photograph of polar stars, Lick Obs., 12hr. Exp.
1-00531 C-75. Circumpolar stars and key.
1-00532 C-80. Stars seen with naked eye and telescope. (Copyright)
1-00533 C-14. Path of moon among the stars, Feb. 20-26, 1926.
1-00534 C-18. The stars in Argo- 400,000 on photo. (Harvard Obs.)
1-00535 C-24. Orbits of planets all in one plane. 
1-00536 C-13. Gyro-compass – depends on rotation of earth.
1-00537 C-99. Praesepe (Beehive), closer cluster. (Y.O.)
1-00538 36. Die Umgebung von Cassiopeiae, Daueraufnahme von 4 Nächten. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf – Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang , Düsseldorf.
1-00539 38. Der Sternhaufen Messier  11 Scuti; sein Zusammenhang mit den Zügen der Milchstrasse ( vergr). Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb: Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00540 52a. Übersichtsbild  der Milchstrasse Sagittarius. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00541 62. Der Nebel Messier 8 mi Sagittarius. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00542 69. Die ferne Milchstrasse  M 33 Triangull, spiralförmiger Sternahufen.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00543 54. Die Nebel der Nova Persei (Nebel weiter bewegt)
1-00544 53. Die Nebel der Nova Persei ( Entdeckung platte).  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf  
1-00545 55. Die Nebel der Nova Persei (Nebel weiter bewegt und neuer Nebelstreif  hervorgetreten aus der sternscheibe).  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00546 16. Die Aufnahme 15 als Positiv.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00547 C- 3. West Crescent, Queen’s Park, Toronto, daylight view. (Copyright)
1-00548 C- 4. West Crescent, Queen’s Park, night view, 5 m. exp. (Copyright)
1-00549 C- 5. West Crescent, Queen’s Park, night view, 20 m. exp. (Copyright)
1-00550 C- 6. Map of stars about North Celestial Pole.
1-00551 C- 11. Does earth or sky rotate? Apparatus for experiments. 
1-00552 C- 28. A trip around th earth.
1-00553 C- 31. Photographs of sun on 9 successive days, showing rotation.
1-00554 C- 34. Solar prominence, May 28, 1919. (Yerkes Obs.)
1-00555 9. Die zunehmenden Phasen der totalen Mondfinsternis.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf .
1-00556 22. Das Astrophysikalische Observatorium.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf .
1-00557 7. Die zunehmenden Phasen der totalen Mondfinsternis vom 27. XII. 1898 auf eine Platte am 6 Zöller aufgenommen mit je 1 Sek. Belichtung.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf 
1-00558 8. Die grossten Phasen der partienen Mondfinsternis vom 3. VII. 1898 auf eine Platte am 6 Zöller aufgenommen mit je 1 Sek. Belichtung.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00559 15. Veränderlicher Stern “U Virginis “ auf 2 Platten, oben 1904, März 21, unten 1902, April 14.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf .
1-00560 18. Der parallaktische Messapparat zur Ausmessung der Himmelsaufnahmen in sphärischen Koordinaten.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00561 Das Bild zeigt, wie das Teleskop beim Photographieren vom Beobachter mit Schlüssel und elektrischer Bewegung geleitet wird. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00562 12. Das Uhrwerk des Teleskopes; rechts darin der absolute Regulator, oben das grosse Stundenrad des Teleskopes 1 Meter Durchmesser.
1-00563 17. Der Repold’sche Messapparat. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00564 43. Der Stereokomparator, zum Vergleiche der Sternaufnahmen und zur Messung der dritten Dimension. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00565 59. “Der brennende stern”, Nebel Stern B D : 34º, 980 Aurigae.  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00566 5. Das erste Schnittphotometer zur photometrischen Vergleichung der Helligkeiten in ausgedehuten Obiekten. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00567 11. Das grosse photographische Fernrohr mit 2 Sechszhnzöllern zum Photographieren. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00568 15. Sternaufnahme zur Demonstration des negativen Bildes ( Ursae maioris).  Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. 
1-00569 Spot groups of aug. 10 , 1903, showing low-level calcium vapor in flocculi. Yerkes Obs.
1-00570 Solar disk, showing brilliant calcium flocculi, Aug. 18, 1903. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00571 C-64. An amateur and his telescope. (A. R. Hassard, Toronto)
1-00572 S 41. Comparison of spectroheliograms in hydrogen and in calcium. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00573 S 6. Spectroheliogram of entire disk, showing brilliant calcium flocculi. Dot represents size of earth. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
1-00574 Low and high level surrounding spot, April 8, ‘03. Rumford spectroheliograph.
1-00575 Horizontal coelostat telescope focus 61-1/2 feet, used at eclipse of May 28, 1900.
1-00576 Eclipse of May 28, 1900. Prominences on southwest limb.
1-00577 Spot of april 29, 1903, showing calcium vapor at higher level. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00578 Rumford Spectroheliograph. Yerkes Observatory.
1-00579 C-42. Key to photograph, No. 41
1-00580 Espectros Estelares Típicos. Los Cuatro Tipos de SECCHI.
1-00581 Minute structure of calcium flocculi, Sept. 22, ‘03. Rumford spectroheliograph.