McMath-Hulbert Observatory, Lake Angelus (M.E.A. photo by Fay), ca. 1941-1960 / HS1798



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McMath-Hulbert Observatory, Lake Angelus (M.E.A. photo by Fay), ca. 1941-1960
1941 (ca.)
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University of Michigan Photographs Vertical File
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Bentley Historical Library (collector)
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Folder: (UBImus D13) 229: Campus Buildings - McMath-Hulbert Observatory
Observatory is near Lake Angelus, Michigan (five miles north of Pontiac). 24" reflecting telescope began operations in July 1930; also included a 10 1/2" reflector. Established and deeded to the University of Michigan by Robert R. McMath, Francis McMath, and Judge Henry S. Hulbert. An additional 50' tower telescope was added in 1935/1946 and 70' tower telescope and office building added in 1940.
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2016-03-15 00:49:48

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"McMath-Hulbert Observatory, Lake Angelus (M.E.A. photo by Fay), ca. 1941-1960; HS1798." In the digital collection Bentley Historical Library: Bentley Image Bank. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 24, 2024.
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