Illuminating Space: Images from a Private Virginian Collection
5 Dec 2012, starting at 13:00 EST.

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GREAT MOON HOAX. [LOCKE, RICHARD ADAMS.] Pubblicazione completa delle nuove scoperte di Sir John Herschel nel cielo australe e nella luna; traduzione dal francese. Milan: Lorenzo Sonzogno, 1836.

DE LA RUE, WARREN. 1815-1889, attributed. 2 views of the Moon, from south-east England, c.1855,

BOND, GEORGE PHILLIPS. 1825-1865, attributed. A view of the Moon, probably from Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge, MA, c.1857,

LE VENGEUR D'ORSAN, A. Our Satellite: a Selenography According to the Present State of Science. London: A.W. Bennett, August 1862.

CLARK, ALVAN. 1804-1887. A view of the Moon, perhaps from Cincinnati Observatory, June, 1878,

TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. High relief of the Mare Cognitum, made at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Tucson, AZ, April, 1965,

DE LA RUE, WARREN. 1815-1889. "A Series of Twelve Photographs of the Moon. Photographed by A.A. Turner, from Original Photographs by Warren de la Rue, F.R.S." New York, D. Appleton, [1863].

FLAMMARION, CAMILLE. 1842-1925. Large cabinet portrait of Flammarion at the eyepiece of his 9½-inch Bardou refractor at his Juvisy observatory, mid-1880s,

BURNHAM, SHERBURNE WESLEY. 1838-1921. 2 views of the Moon, at 5 and 6 days, from the Lick Observatory, San Jose, CA, August 12 and 13, 1888,

HOLDEN, EDWARD SINGLETON. 1846-1914. The Moon at 23 days and 8 hours, from Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, CA, July 28, 1891,

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