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Fri Mar 21 17:10:10 2014 UTClccn-n878076140.00John Bird (1709-1776), mathematical instrument-maker in the Strand0.681.00An unpublished diary of ... (1810-1812)32152335n 878076141788276Hellman, C. Doris (Clarisse Doris), 1910-lccn-n85803320Caspar, Max1880-1956lccn-n50044770Kepler, Johannes1571-1630lccn-nr00006451Hellman, Alfred M.(Alfred Myer)1880-lccn-nr00024804Graham, George1673-1751np-pepper, c doris hellman mrs mortonPepper, C. Doris Hellman, Mrs. Mortonlccn-n81114416Paul Klapper Librarylccn-n50029908Gingerich, Owenlccn-n86049780Segonds, Alainlccn-n79086454Jenner, Edward1749-1823lccn-n50019341Sarton, George1884-1956Hellman, Clarisse Doris1910-BiographyBibliographyHistoryKepler, Johannes,GermanyAstronomersAstronomyCometsComets--OrbitsAstronomical instrumentsGraham, George,Clock and watch makingGreat BritainUniversities and colleges--FacultyScienceMathematical instrumentsPepper, MortonPratt InstituteStudentsJefferson, Thomas,Bird, John,ObstetricsRadcliffe CollegeCornell UniversityBrahe, Tycho,Queens College (New York, N.Y.)New York UniversityHistory of Science SocietyUnited StatesHistory--Study and teachingColumbia UniversityWeights and measuresEuropeVassar CollegeThorndike, Lynn,History--ResearchSarton, George,1910197319311932193419441954195819591960196219631967197119935652052925.2QB36.K4ocn468819839ocn637061539ocn741014883ocn468819839ocn04207547127918ocn023982831book19440.84Hellman, Clarisse DorisThe comet of 1577: its place in the history of astronomyHistoryBibliography25110ocn028293391book19590.50Caspar, MaxKeplerBiography+-+105121139583ocn008155806book19580.88Hellman, Clarisse DorisAdditions to the Alfred M. Hellman collection of early obstetrical booksBibliography52ocn008890148book19310.73Hellman, Clarisse DorisGeorge Graham: Maker of horological and astronomical instruments31ocn008450183book19670.47Highlights of astronomy : Paul Klapper Library, Queen's College of the City University of New York, Flushing, New YorkHistoryBibliography31ocn029537131book19340.92Hellman, Clarisse DorisA bibliography of tracts and treatises on the comet of 1577Bibliography32ocn042643024book19630.73Hellman, Clarisse DorisWas Tycho Brahe as influential as he thought?History22ocn053492771book19311.00Jenner, EdwardAn unpublished diary of ... (1810-1812)11ocn848193635artHellman, Clarisse DorisA poem on the occasion of the nova of 157211ocn700932651book19541.00Hellman, Clarisse DorisMatthaeus Zeisius, author of a tract on the comet of 157711ocn080712000book19311.00Hellman, Clarisse DorisAn unpublished diary of Edward Jenner, 1810-1812A part of the Duke Medical Center Library History of Medicine Ephemera Collection11ocn083829809book1932Hellman, Clarisse DorisJohn Bird (1709-1776), mathematical instrument-maker in the Strand11ocn495526624mix1.00Hellman, Clarisse DorisClarisse Doris Hellman papersHistoryThe correspondence, manuscripts, notes, speeches, documents, and related printed materials of Hellman, reflecting her specialty as an historian of 16th and 17th century astronomers and astronomy as well as ancient, medieval, and Renaissance science. Included in her professional correspondence are numerous letters from George Sarton and Lynn Thorndike. College records, class materials and class notes document the development of her academic career beginning with her undergraduate career at Vassar. Numerous lecture notes, class notes and working papers reflect her teaching, research and lectures at New York University, Cornell, the Columbia University Renaissance Seminar, and her active participation in professional organizations such as the History of Science Society. Of particular interest are eight boxes of notes and related printed materials concerning astronomy, astronomers, and the history of science11ocn806406310book19600.47Hellman, Clarisse DorisMaurolyco's "lost" essay on the new star of 157211ocn042643023book19311.00Hellman, Clarisse DorisJefferson's efforts towards the decimalization of United States weights and measures11ocn561275846book1931Hellman, Clarisse DorisGeorge Graham11ocn806413667book19580.47Hellman, Clarisse DorisGeorge Sarton, historian of sicence and new humanist11ocn773233098book19620.47Caspar, MaxKepler 1571-163011ocn808024415art1931Hellman, Clarisse DorisJefferson's Efforts towards the Decimilization of the United States Weights and Measures02ocn122482447mixHellman, Clarisse DorisHistoryThe correspondence, manuscripts, notes, speeches, documents, and related printed materials of Hellman, reflecting her specialty as an historian of 16th and 17th century astronomers and astronomy as well as ancient, medieval, and Renaissance science. Included in her professional correspondence are numerous letters from George Sarton and Lynn Thorndike. College records, class materials and class notes document the development of her academic career beginning with her undergraduate career at Vassar. Numerous lecture notes, class notes and working papers reflect her teaching, research and lectures at New York University, Cornell, the Columbia University Renaissance Seminar, and her active participation in professional organizations such as the History of Science Society. Of particular interest are eight boxes of notes and related printed materials concerning astronomy, astronomers, and the history of science+-+1051211395+-+1051211395Fri Mar 21 15:09:57 EDT 2014batch11151