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Jim Haven Uses A Pin Hole Box To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963

Jim Haven Uses A Pin Hole Box To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963
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Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1963
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Observe Eclipse: Jim Haven of 2914 Packard Rd., (upper picture) is shown here with the traditional pin hole box thrust over his head to observe last Saturday's eclipse of the sun. His father, Anthony Haven (bottom picture) also observes the eclipse indirectly by using a piece of white paper and the filtering action of maple leaves.
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Jim Haven, His Cat, & His Pin Hole Box Used To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963

Jim Haven, His Cat, & His Pin Hole Box Used To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963
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'U' Astronomy Researchers Call Eclipse Watching Successful

Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1963


'U' Astronomy Researchers Call Eclipse Watching Successful
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