Allie Vibert Douglas

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Dr. Douglas with the new telescope at Queen's University, Kingston.

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Kingston Plaque Dedication

Honoured guests at the unveiling of the historic plaque marking the location of Ontario’s first observatory: Dr. John Downie, Dean of the Department of Applied Sciences of Queen’s University; Dr. A. Vibert Douglas, Founder and Honorary President of the Kingston Centre and Past President (1943–1944) of the R.A.S.C.; and Professor Victor Hughes of the Department of Physics of Queen’s University. Photo by Leo Enright.

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A.V. Douglas, David Levy

A.V. Douglas and David Levy at a Kingston Centre meeting at Queen's University, circa 1978. Photo by Leo Enright.

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Luncheon Sign-in

Note in file with page:

Was found at Agincourt Ge[o]Magnetic Observatory, Agincourt Ontario in 1968.

The Geomagnetic Observatory was terminated operation because of expansion of the 401, at Midland Ave, just east of Kennedy Rd.

I believe the paper was originated by Jackson who ran the geomagnetic observatory in 1926.

You might contact Miss Douglas or ??? Russell.

C. Hodgson.

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Alice Douglas

(1894-1988) Professor of Astronomy and Dean of Women at Queen's University (1939-63). She studied Physics under Sir Arthur Eddington and later wrote his biography. President of the Society (1943-44) and founder of the RASC Kingston Centre in 1961.

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A.V. Douglas Lecture

123 Keewatin Avenue,
Toronto 12, Canada,

March 10th, 1930

Dr. A. Vibert Douglas,
Physics Building,
McGill University,
Montreal, P.Q.

Dear Miss Douglas;

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