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Bibliography: Printed works related to the history of the telescope. 2,556 books & papers.

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(Abbe) Ernst Abbe. Astrophysical Journal 21 (1905) 379-381.

(Abbe) Wattenberg, Dietrich. Ernst Abbe as Astronomer. Jena Review #5/6 (1971) 269-272.

Abetti, Giorgio. Solar Physics. pp57-230. Vol. 4, Das Sonnensystem. Handbuch der Astrophysik. Ed., G. Eberhard, A. Kohlschuetter, & H. Ludendorff. Berlin: J. Springer, 1929. (pp61-85, tower telescopes)

Adams, W.S. & F.H. Seares. Comparative Tests of the 100-Inch and 60-Inch Reflectors. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 33 (Feb. 1921) 31-34. (#191)

Adams, Walter S. Early Days at Mt. Wilson. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 59 (1947) 212-231, 285-304.

Adams, Walter S. The Founding of the Mount Wilson Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 66 (Dec. 1954) 267-303.

Adams, Walter S. A Great Telescope and Its Possibilities. Science 69 (Jan. 4, 1929) 1-8. (#1775) (Palomar)

Adams, W. S. The 100-Inch Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 25 (Oct. 1913) 257-258. (#150)

Adams, Walter S. The 200-inch Telescope. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 33 (Oct. 1939) 241-246. (reprinted from 'Nature', Feb. 25, 1939.)

(Adams) DeVorkin, David H. Adams, Walter Sydney. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-00010.html Nov 25 2003.

(Adams, D.) Specification of a patent granted to Dudley Adams......for certain improvements in the construction of paper and vellum tubes for telescopes, and in the optical parts of telescopes. March 7, 1815. (pp 199-206)

(Adams, W.) DeVorkin, David H. Adams, Walter Sydney. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-00010.html Nov 25 2003.

Aikens, R.S., et al. Next Generation Telescope. Report No. 2, A Concept for a 25-meter Telescope - The Rotating Shoe Array. Report No. 3, A Concept for a 25-meter Telescope - the Steerable Dish. Report No. 4, A Concept for a 25-meter Telescope - the Multiple Mirror Telescope (MMT). Report No. 5, A Concept for a 25-meter Telescope - the Singles Array. Tucson: Kitt Peak National Observatory, 1977 & 1978.

Airy, G.B. Lecture by the Astronomer Royal on the large telescopes of the Earl of Rosse and Mr. Lassell. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 9 (March 1849) 110-121.

Airy, G.B. Mounting for a reflecting telescope of large dimensions. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 13 (March 1853) 165-167. Modifications of on a new method of mounting a reflecting telescope of large dimensions; M.N.R.A.S. 13 (April 1853) 186-7; William Simms, similar mount, p187.

Airy, G.B. On the Eye-piece for correction of Atmospheric Dispersion. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 30:3 (Jan. 1870) 57-59.

Airy, George. On a peculiar Defect in the Eye, and a mode of correcting it. Edinburgh Journal of Science 7 (1827) 322-326.

Airy, George. On the Principles and Construction of the Achromatic Eye-Pieces of Telescopes, and on the Achromatism of Microscopes. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 2:2 (1827) 227-252. (pp227-234)

Airy, George. On the Use of Silvered Glass for the Mirrors of Reflecting Telescopes. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 2:1 (1827) 106-118.

Airy, G.B. Some account of a new zenith sector, constructed for the use of the trigonometrical survey. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 5 (March 1842) 188-196.

Airy, G.B. Substance of the Lecture delivered by the Astronomer Royal on the large Reflecting Telescopes of the Earl of Rosse and Mr. Lassell, at the last November Meeting. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 9 (1849) 110-121.

Airy, G.B. Suggestion of a new Astronomical Instrument, for which the name 'Orbit-Sweeper' is proposed. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 21 (March 1861) 158-160.

(Airy) Airy, Wilfrid, ed. Autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy. Cambridge: University Press, 1896. 414pp. List of printed papers & books written by G.B. Airy, pp370-404. http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/10655 Feb. 2005.

(Airy) Chapman, Allan. Britain's First Professional Astronomer; George Biddell Airy (1801-1892). pp185-205. Moore, Patrick, ed. 1992 Yearbook of Astronomy. N.Y.: Norton, 1991.

(Airy) Hoskin, Michael. Airy, George Biddell. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Airy) Wright, D. C. The published works of Sir George Biddell Airy. Journal of the British Astronomical Association. 98:7 (Dec. 1988) 355-361.

Allen, H.S. James Gregory, John Collins, and some early scientific instruments. Nature. 121 (1928) 456.

Allen, Phyllis. Problems Connected with the Development of the Telescope (1609-1687). Isis 34:4 (Spring, 1943) 302-311.

Allmer, Franz. Simon Stampfer, 1790-1864, Ein Lebensbild. Graz: Mitteilungen der geodaetischen Institute der Technischen Universitaet Graz 82, 1990.

Altena, William F. van & E. Dorrit Hoffleit. Schlesinger's Telescope. Astronomy & Geophysics 44:5 (Oct. 2003) 9-13. (Hastings / McDowell Yale-Columbia 26 inch refractor)

Ambronn, Leopold. Handbuch der Astronomischen Instrumentenkunde. Berlin: Springer. 1899. 1276pp.

Amici, G.B. On a Property of Light, exhibited in the examination of small luminous points by telescopes. Edinburgh Journal of Science 5:8 (1826) 306-309.

(Amici) Brenni, Paolo. An Unusual Theodolite conceived by Amici. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #16 (1988) 7-9.

(Amici) Fauque, Danielle. Amici et le Principe de Duplication d'Image: le Micrometre d'Amici. Nuncius 5:1 (1990) 71-77.

(Amici, Jean Baptiste. 1786-1863.) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 24 (1864) 85-86.

(Amici) Mandrino, A., G. Tagliaferri, & P. Tucci. G.B. Amici's Telescopes for Brera Observatory. Nuncius 4:2 (1989) 147-164.

(Amici) Proverbio, Edoardo & Pasquale Tucci. From Reflectors to Refractors: the evolution of Giovan Battista Amici, constructor of astronomical instruments. From: Giorgio Dragoni, Anita McConnell and Gerard Lā€™E. Turner; ed. Proceedings of the eleventh International Scientific Instrument Symposium, Bologna U., Italy, Sept. 9-14, 1991. Bologna: Grafis edizioni, 1994.

(Amici) Proverbio, Edoardo & Pasquale Tucci. Giovan Battista Amici, Costruttore di Telescopi e Cannocchiali Acromatici. Physis 30 (1993) 145-182.

(Amici) Proverbio, Edoardo. The Production of Achromatic Objectives in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century: The Contributions of Giovanni Battista Amici. Memorie della Societa Astronomia Italiana 61:4 (1990) 829-875.

(Amici) Righini, Guglielmo. Storia e vicende degli obbiettivi astronomici di G.B. Amici. Physis 11 (1969) 469-492. (2 Amici lenses used through 1960s for testing)

(Amici) Ronchi, Vasco. Amici, Giovan Battista. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Amici) Tucci, Pasquale. Amici's Reflectors and Refractors. Memorie della Societa Astronomia Italiana 61:4 (1990) 877-897.

Andersen, Hemming. Jeppe Smith (1759-1821): A Danish Instrument Maker. pp403-417. Anderson, R.G.W., J.A. Bennett, and W.F. Ryan, editors. Making Instruments Count. Cambridge: Variorum, 1993.

Anderson, J. A. The Astrophysical Observatory of the California Institute of Technology. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 36 (June 1942) 177-200, plates 7-10.

Anderson, John A. Optics of the 200-inch Hale Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 60, #355 (August 1948) 221-224.

Anderson, J. A. Sinclair Smith. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 50, #296 (August 1938) 232-233.

Anderson, J.A. The 200-Inch Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 51 (Feb. 1939) 24-26. (#299).

Anderson, J.A. and R.W. Porter. The 200-inch Telescope. The Telescope 7:2 (1940) 29-39.

(Anderson) Bowen, I.S. John A. Anderson, Astronomer and Physicist Science 131 (March 4, 1960) 649-650. (#3401)

(Anderson) Bowen, I.S. John August Anderson, 1876-1959. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 72 (April 1960) 94-96. (#425)

(Anderson) Brashear, Ronald S. Anderson, John August. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-02328.html

Anderson, John S. Telescopes of German Design. pp866-867. Richard Glazebrook, ed. A Dictionary of Applied Physics. London: Macmillan, 1922, 1923. (prism systems)

Anderson, Kurt. To the Edge of the Universe: The Apache Point Observatory. New Mexico Journal of Science 35 (Nov. 1995) 6-20.

Anderson, Stuart & Dieter Engels. A short history of Hamburg Observatory. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 114 (2004) 78-87.

Andre, C. and A. Angot. Observatories of Europe and America. The Astronomical Register 23, #272 (Aug. 1885) 181-190, 217-223.

Andrews, A.D. The Boyden Observatory. Irish Astronomical Journal 25:2 (July 1998) 129-166.

Andrews, A.D. Cyclopaedia of Telescope Makers. Irish Astronomical Journal. Part 1 (A-F), IAJ 20:3 (March 1992), 102-183. Part 2 (G-J), IAJ 21:1 (March 1993) 1-82. Part 3 (K-N), 21:3/4 (Sept. 1994) 167-249. Part 4 (O-R ), IAJ 22:1 (Jan. 1995) 43-96. Part 5 (Sae-Sim), IAJ 23:1 (Jan. 1996) 57-117. Part 6 (Sin-Syk), IAJ 23:2 (July 1996) 215-242. Part 7 (T-Z), IAJ 24:2 (July 1997) 125-192. Appendix, IAJ 25:1 (Jan. 1998) 95-96. (Bibliography Part 1, pp104-107)

Andrews, A.D. & J. Dommanget. On the Alignment of the ADH Baker-Schmidt Telescope of the Boyden Observatory. Irish Astronomical Journal 7 (1965) 73-79. (Schmidt Cassegrain)

Andrews, A.D. The Optical Performance of the 81/90/3032mm ADH Baker-Schmidt Telescope. Irish Astronomical Journal 24:2 (July 1997) 116-122. (Perkin Elmer)

Andrews, A.D. Record of Another 19th Century Telescope: the Sheffield 4.5-inch Parkes & Son - Wray Telescope. Irish Astronomical Journal 27:2 (2000) 150-159.

Andrews, A.D. Record of a Notable 19th Century Telescope, the 3 1/4 inch 'Doncaster' Refractor by T. Cooke & Sons of York. Irish Astronomical Journal 27:1 (Jan. 2000) 55-64.

Angel, J.R.P. Large Mirrors. pp143-156, Wall, J.V. and A. Boksenberg, Modern Technology and its Influence on Astronomy, Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1990.

(Anglo-Australian 150-inch Telescope.) Proceedings of the Astronomical Society of Australia 1:1 (Feb. 1968) Bowen, E.G. General Design & Plans for Construction. pp74-75. Gascoigne, S.C.B. Optical design. p76. Wehner, H. Mechanical Design. p76-78.

Annales de l'Observatoire Royal de Bruxelles. Bruxelles: Hayez, 1857. Vol. 11, pp178-204, Plans et description des instruments de l'Observatoire Royal de Bruxelles.

Annals of the Dearborn Observatory of Northwestern University. Evanston, Illinois, 1915. Vol. 1, pp1-20, Historical & Descriptive Introduction. (16 inch Fitz. 18.5 inch Clark. Repsold meridian circle)

Anthony, Charles. New form of reflecting telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 61 (June 1901) 616-618. (siderostat, pierced for eyepiece)

Arcimis, Augusto. El Telescopio Moderno. Barcelona: Montaner y Simon, 1879. (vol. 2, pp188-201)

Ardeberg ,Arne, ed. Optical Telescopes of Today and Tomorrow. SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2871. Bellingham: SPIE, 1996.

Argyle, Robert. Webb Society Deep Sky Observer's Handbook. Volume 1, Double Stars. pp29-51. Chapter 5, Micrometers for Double Star Measurement. Hillside: Enslow, 1986.

Ariail, Robert B. On the Location and Restoration of an 1849 Henry Fitz Telescope. Journal of the American Association of Variable Star Observers 14 (1985) 69-71.

Ariotti, Piero. Bonaventura Cavalieri, Marin Mersenne, and the Reflecting Telescope. Isis 66 (Sept. 1975) 303-321.

Armstrong, E.B. Geometrical Optics, and the Schmidt Camera. Irish Astronomical Journal. 1:2 (1950) 48-58.

A.S.D.R. The Reflecting Zenith Telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 54 (Feb. 1894) 264-265.

Ashbrook, Joseph. The Astronomical Scrapbook. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1984.

Ashbrook, Joseph. The Brothers Henry. 17 (June 1958) 394ff.

Ashbrook, Joseph. The Clarks and Some of Their Refractors. Sky & Telescope 37 (Feb. 1969) 74-75.

Ashbrook, Joseph. A Harem of Telescopes. Sky & Telescope 33 (June 1967) 346ff. (Kitchiner)

Ashbrook, Joseph. The Inventiveness of Henry Parkhurst. Sky & Telescope 24 (April 1965) 217ff.

Ashbrook, Joseph. James Nasmyth's Telescopes and His Observations. Sky & Telescope 38 (Dec. 1969) 380-381.

Ashbrook, Joseph. Lewis Swift and the Lowe Observatory. Sky & Telescope 43 (June 1972) 364-366.

Askania-Warte. Heft 57, April 1961.

(Askania) Ritter, H. Ueber einen Meridiankreis neuerer Konstruction der Askania-Werke. Memorie della Societa Astronomia Italiana 8 (May 1935) 427ff.

(The Astronomical Equipment of Canada) pp52-60: Arthur Harvey, ed. RASC: Selected Papers & Proceedings 1902 & 1903. Toronto: Collins, 1904. (72 inch Brashear; 6 inch Cooke; many private observatories)

Astronomical and Meteorological Observations made at the U.S. Naval Observatory During the Year 1861. Washington: G.P.O., 1862. vii-v: Introduction, Transit Instrument, Mural Circle, Equatorial Instrument.

(The Astronomical Observatory of the University of Alabama.) Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 3 (#15) (March 1891) 110-111. .pdf

(Auzout) Considerations of Monsieur Auzout upon Mr. Hook's New Instrument for Grinding of Optick-Glasses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 1 (1665) 57-63.

(Auzout)....Contrivance of making, with a Glass of a Sphere 20 or 40 foot diameter, a Telescope drawing several hundred foot....To measure with a Telescope the Distances of Objects upon the Earth. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 1 (1665) 123-125. (#7)

(Auzout) McKeon, Robert. Auzout, Adrien. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--. (micrometer)

(Auzout) Monsieur Auzout's Judgment Touching the Apertures of Object-Glasses, and Their Proportions, in Respect of the Several Lengths of Telescopes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 1 (1665) 55-56.

(Babcock, H.D.) Brashear, Ronald S. Babcock, Harold Delos. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-02332.html

Babcock, Horace. First Tests of the Irenee du Pont Telescope. Sky & Telescope 54 (August 1977) 90-94.

Babcock, Horace W. Optical Astronomy in Perspective. Science 156 (Jun. 9, 1967) 1317-1322. Reprinted, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Leaflet #462 (Dec. 1967) 1-8.

Babcock, H.W. The Possibility of Compensating Astronomical Seeing. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 65 (October 1953) 229-236. (First proposal for adaptive optics)

(Babcock, H.W.) Preston, George W. Obituary, Horace Welcome Babcock (1912ā€“2003). Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 116 (March 2004) 290ā€“294.

Bagdasarian, Nicholas Der. Sir James South and the Cauchoix Objective. Sky & Telescope 70 (Dec. 1985) 525-526.

Bahcall, John N. & Lyman Spitzer, Jr. The Space Telescope. Scientific American 247:1 (July 1982) 40-51. http://www.sns.ias.edu/~jnb/Papers/Popular/sciamer82.html

Bahner, K. Teleskope. From: S. Fluegge, Handbuch der Physik, Band 29, Optische Instrumente; Berlin: Springer, 1967. (pp262-342).

Bailey, Kenneth Vye. Telescopes and observatories. (The Mechanical age Library) London: Muller, 1960. 144pp.

(Bailey) Cook, Anthony. H. Page Bailey: A Pioneering Telescope Maker. Sky & Telescope, March 2001, p130-131.

(Bailey) Ingalls, Albert. The Amateur Astronomer. Scientific American 146 (May 1932) 308-309. Follow up, August 1932.

Baker, James G. Boston Master Optician Dies. Sky & Telescope 32 (July 1966) 29. (Hargbol)

Baker, J.G. The Catadioptric Refractor. Astronomical Journal 59:2 (March 1954) 74-83. (Schupmann)

Baker, James G. A Family of Flat-Field Cameras, Equivalent in Performance to the Schmidt Camera. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 82 (1940) 339-349. (SCT. C.D. Blake, Chester Cooke, Boston ATMs, optical work)

Baker, James G. Optical Systems for Astronomical Photography. n.p., 1949. 45pp.

Baker, James G. Planetary Telescopes. Applied Optics, 2:2 (1963) 111-129.

(Baker) In Focus. Sky & Telescope 9:6 (April 1950) 130,133. (36 - 32 inch Baker / Schmidt, by Perkin Elmer for Harvard)

(Baker) Kidwell, Peggy Aldrich. Harvard Astronomers and World War II. From: Clark Elliott and Margaret Rossiter, ed. Science at Harvard University. Bethlehem: Lehigh U. Press, 1992.

Balick, Bruce. Astrophysics at Apache Point. Sky & Telescope 76 (Aug. 1988) 126-130. (3.5m, Mannery / OSC / ARC)

Ball, Robert. Preliminary Description of the new Photographic Equatorial of the Cambridge Observatory. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 59:3 (January 1899) 152-155. (12.5 inch Cooke photovisual, coude)

(Bamberg) Feldhaus, Franz. Carl Bamberg Ein Rueckblick auf sein Wirken und auf die Feinmechanik. Berlin-Friedenau: Askania Werke, 1929. 83pp.

Banks, William. Telescopes: Their Construction, Adjustment & Use, with plans & details of Observatories; also full instructions for Grinding, Figuring, and Silvering Newtonian Mirrors. Bolton: G. Winterburn, n.d., ca. 1920.

Barbieri, C., L. Rosino, and R. Stagni. The 72-inch 'Copernicus Telescope'. Sky & Telescope 47 (May 1974) 298-300. (Grubb / Sarti)

Barker, Robert. A Catoptric Microscope. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 39 (1735-1736) 259-261 (#442) (Gregorian long distance microscope, by Scarlett).

Barlow, Boris V. The Astronomical Telescope. London and New York: Wykeham Publications Ltd., 1975.

Barlow, Peter. An account of the Construction of a Fluid Lens Refracting Telescope of eight inches aperture, and eight feet and three quarters in length, made for the Royal Society by George Dollond. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 123 (1833) 1-13.

Barlow, Peter. An account of the preliminary experiments and ultimate construction of a refracting telescope of 7.8 inches aperture, with a fluid concave lens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 119 (1829) 33-46.

Barlow, Peter. An Account of a Series of Experiments Made with a View to the Construction of an Achromatic Telescope with a Fluid Concave Lens, Instead of the Usual Lens of Flint Glass. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 118 (1828) 105-112.

Barlow, Peter. Description of the new Fluid Telescope recently constructed by Messrs W. and T. Gilbert on a plan suggested by Peter Barlow. Edinburgh Journal of Science 8 (1828) 93-96.

Barlow, Peter. Experiments Relative to the Effect of Temperature on the Refractive Index and Dispersive Power of Expansible Fluids, and on the Influence of These Changes in a Telescope with a Fluid Lens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 118 (1828) 313-317.

Barlow, Peter. Farther observations on the Construction of Achromatic Telescopes with a fluid concave lens. Edinburgh Journal of Science 9 (1828) 220-225.

Barlow, Peter. On the Performance of Fluid Refracting Telescopes, and on the Applicability of This Principle of Construction to Very Large Instruments. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 121 (1831) 9-15.

Barlow, Peter. On the Principle of Construction and general Application of the Negative Achromatic Lens to Telescopes and Eyepieces of every description. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 124 (1834) 205-207.

Barlow, Peter. A Proposition for carrying on a Course of Experiments, with a view to constructing, as a National Instrument, a large Refracting Telescope, with a fluid concave Lens, instead of the usual Lens of Flint Glass. Edinburgh Philosophical Journal 4 (1828) 323-329.

Barlow, Peter. Rules and principles for determining the dispersive ratio of glass; and for computing the radii of curvature for achromatic object-glasses, submitted to the test of experiment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 117 (1827) 231-263. Method of practically determining the index of refraction and the curvature of the surfaces of any given convex or concave lens, pp264-267.

(Barlow) Clerke, A.M. (Revised by Iwan Rhys Morus). Barlow, Peter (1776-1862). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/1435 Nov. 2004.

Barnard, E.E. The Bruce photographic telescope of the Yerkes Observatory. Astrophysical Journal 21 (1905) 35-48.

Barnard, E.E. Measures of the satellite of Neptune with the 40-inch refractor of the Yerkes Observatory, with remarks on the great telescope. Astronomical Journal 19 (May 1898) 25-29. (#436)

Barns, Charles Edward. 1001 Celestial Wonders as observed with home built instruments. Morgan Hill: Pacific Science Press, 1928, 1931.

Barr, L.D. The Kitt Peak NGT Project. pp23-53, Optical and Infrared Telescopes for the 1990s, Tucson, Jan. 1980, Proceedings edited by Adelaide Hewitt, Tucson: K.P.N.O., 1980.

Bartha, Lajos. Astrophysical Instruments in Hungary, 1871-1911. Journal for the History of Astronomy 25:2 (1994) 77-91.

Bartha, Lajos. Old Time-measuring, Astronomical, and Surveying Instruments in the Museums of Hungary. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #19 (1988) 8-12.

Barthalot, Raymonde. The Story of Paris Observatory. Sky & Telescope 59 (Feb. 1980) 100-107.

Bartlett, William. Account of the Observatory and Instruments of the United States Military Academy at West Point; with Observations on the Comet of 1843. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 2nd series, 9 (1843) 191-200.

Barton, William. Building steps to the stars: our knowledge of the Universe is built on observing through better and better instruments. Charles May was an early telescope designer. Astronomy Now 13:12 (Dec. 1999) 54-55.

Barty-King, Hugh. Eyes Right, the Story of Dollond & Aitchison, Opticians 1750-1985. London: Quiller, 1986. 264pp.

Batten, Alan. The Dominion Astrophysical Observatory. Manitoba: Friesen, n.d. 56pp.

Baum, R.M. Incidents in the early history of the colour filter in visual observation. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 111:2 (April 2001) 108-109. (Clark 'Cyanorophe' liquid filter cell for See & Peters; Barnard; Wood 1910; Firsoff & Robinson 1956)

Baum, Richard. The Planets: Some Myths & Realities. N.Y.: Wiley, 1973.

Bausch, E. U.S. Patent 660,747 Oct. 30, 1900 Objective.

(Bausch & Lomb) Far Corners of Universe Brought Close. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, February 27, 1921, p7.

(Bausch & Lomb) (Masters of Light.) Fortune. Apr. 1931, vol. III, no. 4, p41ff.

(Bausch & Lomb) Saegmuller, George. The Bausch & Lomb Observatory. The Reflector 1:5 (May 1920) 4-5.

(Bausch & Lomb Telescopes Find a Ready Market). The Reflector 3:10 (Oct. 1922) 4-5.

(Bausch & Lomb) The Telescope. 1956. 48pp.

(Bausch & Lomb) Wendt, Ann Taylor; All of Us - A Biographical History of John Jacob Bausch and His Descendents from 1830-1978. (No publisher), 1978. (Rochester Public Library). 13pp.

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