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Eder, Jo Ann

Eder, Jo Ann. Jo Ann Eder, Ph.D., research associate in astronomy. In A Hand up: women mentoring women in science. Editor, Deborah C. Fort; project coordinator, Stephanie J. Bird; executive director, Catherine Jay Didion. Washington, D.C., Association for Women in Science, 1993. p. 95-98. port.
   An interview conducted by a representative of the Association for Women in Science.

Edwards, Suzan

Mitchell, Phoebe. Genesis of solar systems: astronomer Suzan Edwards charts the evolution of young stars. Smith alumnae quarterly, v. 83, spring 1992: 27-28. port.
   LH1.S5S6, v. 83

Snow, Theodore P. Suzan Edwards. In his The dynamic universe, an introduction to astronomy. 4th ed. St. Paul, West Pub. Co., 1991. p. 519. col. port.
   QB43.2.S66 1991
   Biographical sketch precedes an essay by Edwards and Stephen E. Strom, "The Formation of Suns and Solar Systems" (p. 519-523).

Suzan Edwards. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 53, Dec. 1990: 5.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS councilor.

Suzan Edwards. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 103, Dec. 2000: 4.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS vice-president.

Edwin, Patricia Mary

EDWIN Patricia Mary. In Who's who in science in Europe. A biographical guide to science, technology, agriculture, and medicine. 9th ed. v. 1. [London, Cartermill International; New York] Stockton [1995] p. 459.
   Q141.W59 1995

Elmegreen, Debra Meloy

Bailey, Martha J. Elmegreen, Debra Meloy. In her American women in science, 1959 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 92-93.
   Q141.B254 1998
   Bibliography: p. 93.

Debra Elmegreen. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 68, Dec. 1993: 9.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the AAS Nominating committee.

Debra Meloy Elmegreen. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 93, Dec. 1998: 6.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS councilor.

Elmegreen, Debra A. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberley A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 298.
   T39.W5 1995

Elson, Rebecca Anne Wood

Cacciari, Carla. In ricordo di: Rebecca A. W. Elson (1960-1999) Giornale di astronomia, v. 25, sett. 1999: 60.
   Includes the text of a poem by Elson, with a translation into Italian.

Helfand, David J. Rebecca Anne Elson, 1960-1999. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 31, no. 5, 1999: 1597-1598. port.

Helfand, David J., and Gerry F. Gilmore. Rebecca Anne Wood Elson. Physics today, v. 52, Sept. 1999: 74, 76. col. port.
   QC1.P658, v. 52

Rebecca Anne Wood Elson (1960-1999). In Massive stellar clusters. Proceedings of a workshop held in Strasbourg, France, 8-11 November 1999. Edited by Ariane Lançon and Christian M. Boily. San Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2000. (Astronomical Society of the Pacific conference series, v. 211) p. [xvii]
   QB853.M37 2000

Elvius, Aina Margareta Eriksson

Elvius, Aina M. In Vem är det. Svensk biografisk handbok. 43. årg.; 1997. Redaktion Jill Salander Mortensen. [Stockholm] Norstedts [1996] p. 291.
   DL644.V4, 1997

Elvius, Aina M. E. Porträtt: Aina Elvius 80 år. Astronomisk tidsskrift, årg. 30 juni 1997: 35-37. ports.
   Interviewed by Gunnar Welin.

Elvius, Aina Margareta. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 126-127.

Erceg, Vera

Popvic, G.M., and V. Trajkovska. Scientific and professional activity of Vera Erceg. Bulletin astronomique de Belgrade, no 146, oct. 1992: 131-134.
   References (52): p. 132-133.

Protic-Benišek, V. In memoriam: Vera Erceg (1941-1992). Bulletin astronomique de Belgrade, no 146, oct. 1992: 135. port.

Eremeeva, Alina Iosifovna

Alina Iosifovna Eremeeva. Journal for the history of astronomy, v. 26, Nov. 1995: 369.
   QB15.J68, v. 26

Ergma, Ene V.

Ergma, Prof. Ene, D.Sc. In Who's who in European research and development. 1995. London, [New Providence, N.J.] Bowker-Saur, 1995. p. 169.
   Q141.S56 1995

Evans, Nancy Remage

Evans, Nancy R. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberley A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 308.
   T39.W5 1995

Evans, Nancy Remage, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. In Who's who of Canadian women. 7th ed. Toronto, Who's Who Publications, 1997. p. 312-313.
   CT3270.W46 1997

Nancy Remage Evans. In Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Journal, v. 87, June 1993: 166.
   QB1.R485, v. 87
   Brief note appended to a review.

Evershed, Mary Acworth Orr

Brück, Mary T. M. A. Orr (Mrs. John Evershed), astronomer and Dantist. Astronomy & geophysics, v. 38, June/July 1997: 9.

Brück, Mary T. Mary Ackworth Evershed née Orr (1867-1949), solar physicist and Dante scholar. Journal of astronomical history and heritage, v. 1, June 1998: 45-59. illus., ports.
   References (66): p. 58-59.

El[lison], M[ervyn] A. Mary Acworth Evershed. Observatory, v. 70, Feb. 1950: 31-32.
   QB1.02, v. 70

Melotte, Philibert J. Mrs. John Evershed, F.R.A.S. In British Astronomical Association, London. Journal, v. 60, Feb. 1950: 86-87.
   QB1.B75, v. 60

Mrs. Evershed. Nature, v. 165, Jan. 21, 1950: 98.
   Q1.N2, v. 165

Mrs. John Evershed. Times (London), Nov. 5, 1949: 7.
   N&CPR

Reynolds, Barbara. Obituary notice and retrospective review: M. A. Orr (Mrs. John Evershed), 1867-1949, the author of ‘Dante and the Early Astronomers.' In Italian studies. v. 5; 1950. Cambridge, W. Heffer. p. 72-75.

Thackeray, Andrew D. Mary Acworth Evershed. In Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly notices, v. 110, no. 2, 1950: 128-129.
   QB1.R7, v. 110

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Fabbiano, Giuseppina

Tucker, Wallace H., and Karen Tucker. Giuseppina Fabbiano. In their Getting Chandra into orbit was the work of a team back on Earth. Smithsonian Institution research reports, no. 100, spring 2000: 4. port.

Faber, Sandra Moore

America's top 100 young scientists. Astronomy, astrophysics. 5. Sandra Faber. Science digest, v. 92, Dec. 1984: 40-41. col. port.
   Q1.S383, v. 92

Bailey, Martha J. Faber, Sandra (Moore). In her American women in science, 1950 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 99-100.
   Q141.B254 1998
   Bibliography: p. 100.

Dickstein, Mindi. Sandra M. Faber, 1944-. American astronomer. In Notable twentieth-century scientists. v. 2. F-K. Emily J. McMurray, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 607-608.
   Q141.N73 1995, v. 2
   References (7): p. 608.

Dickstein, Mindi. Sandra Moore. Faber, 1944-. American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 163-164.
   Q141.N763 1999
   References (11): p. 164.

Eisberg, Joann. Sandra Moore Faber (1944- ), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 88-94.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Notes (9): p. 93.
   Bibliography: p. 94.

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Faber, Sandra M. Interview. In Pasachoff, Jay M. Journey through the universe. Fort Worth, Saunders College Pub., 1992. p. 348-351. col. ports.

Faber, Sandra M. Interview: Sandra Faber. Photo. by Rob Lewine. Omni, v. 12, July 1990: 62-64, 88-90, 92. col. port.
   AP2.0452, v. 12
   Interview conducted by Paul Bagne.

Faber, Sandra Moore. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 132.

Faber, Sandra Moore. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 285.
   Q141.W576 1996/97

Faber chosen for Medal of Science Committee. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 98, Dec. 1999: 17.

Faber receives Heineman prize for work in astrophysics. Physics today, v. 39, Mar. 1986: 119. port.
   QC1.P658, v. 39

Heineman and Warner prizes [to Sandra M. Faber and Lennox L. Cowie] Sky & telescope, v. 70, Sept. 1985: 217.
   QB1.S536, v. 70

Kahn, Jetty. Sandra Faber. In her Women in physical science careers. Mankato, Minn., Capstone High/Low Books [1999] (Capstone short biographies) p. [16]-21. col. illus., col. ports.
   Q141.K2495 1999

Lightman, Alan, and Roberta Brawer. Sandra Faber. In their Origins: the lives and worlds of modern cosmologists. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1990. p. 324-340. port.
   QB981.L54 1990
   Bibliographic references included in "Notes" (p. 507).

Parker, Barry. Sandra Faber. In his Stairway to the stars; the story of the world's largest observatory. Drawings by Lori Scoffield. New York, Plenum Press [1994] p. 239-243. port.
   QB82.U62M387 1994

Sandra Faber – astronomer. Science digest, v. 92, Dec. 1984: 40-41. col. port.
   Q1.S383, v. 92
   The portrait occupies p. 41.

Sandra M. Faber. In Scientists: the lives and works of 150 scientists. Peggy Saari and Stephen Allison, editors. v. 1. A-F. [Detroit] U.X.L. [1996] p. 270-274.
   Q141.S3717 1996, v. 1
   "Further Reading": p. 274.

Farnsworth, Alice Hall

Alice Farnsworth dies. Sky and telescope, v. 20, Nov. 1960: 262.
   QB1.S536, v. 20

Alice H. Farnsworth. Mount Holyoke alumnae quarterly, v. 44, fall 1960: 132.

Fierro Gossman, Julieta

The ASP Board of Directors is pleased to announce the award winners for 1998. Klumpke-Roberts Award: Julieta Fierro. Mercury, v. 27, May/June 1998: 5.

Fierro Gossman, Julieta. Entender la ciencia es un placer. In Galería científica mexicana. v. 2. Patricia Vega, compiladora. [México, D.F.] La Jornada Ediciones [2000] (Collección Ciencia) p. [209]-212. ports.
   Q141.G344 2000, v. 2
   Interview conducted by Mirna Servín.

Rivera Ávila, Miguel Á. Premio Nacional de Divulgación a Julieta Fierro. Ciencia y desarrollo, v. 19, nov./dic. de 1993: 6. col. port.
   Q4.C4716, 1993

Tena, Gerardo. Julieta Fierro: un premio por acercar las estrellas. Ciencia y desarrollo, v. 22, marzo/abr. de 1996: 14-15. col. illus., col. port.
   Q4.C4716, 1996
   On Fierro's first receipt of the Kalinga Prize awarded by UNESCO.

Firneis, Maria G.

Firneis, Maria. In Kürschners Deutscher Gelehrten-Kalendar 1996. Bio-bibliographisches Verzeichnis deutschsprachiger Wissenschaftler der Gegenwart. 17. Ausg. Medizin. Naturwissenschaften. Technik. Berlin, New York, W. de Gruyter, 1996. p. 318-319.
   Z6661.G3K87, 1996

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Fischer, Debra

Avila, Karin. Bebra Fischer highlights May Project Astro workshop. Mercury, v. 30, July/Aug. 2001: 5. col. port.

Flammarion, Gabrielle Renaudot

Arend, Sylvain. In memoriam: Gabrielle Flammarion. Ciel et terre, 78. année, nov./déc. 1962: 377-378.
   QB1.C5, v. 78

Baldet, Fernand. First lady of French astronomy. Sky and telescope, v. 25, Feb. 1963: 77. illus., port.
   QB1.S536, v. 25
   About Gabrielle Renaudot Flammarion.

Hommage à Mme G. Camille Flammarion. L'Astronomie, 76. année, oct. 1962: 279-287. port.
   QB1.S6, v. 76
   Includes an account of the funeral and the text of talks by R. Cassier, Fernand Baldet, Xavier Pidoux de La Maduère, and André Lallemand.

Le Tourneur, S. Flammarion (Gabrielle Renaudot, Mme Camille). In Dictionnaire de biographie française. t. 13. Espinas-Flers. Paris, Librarie Letouzey, 1975. column 1463.
   CT143.D5, v. 13

Flamsteed, Margaret Cooke

Iliffe, Rob, and Frances Willmoth. Astronomy and the domestic sphere: Margaret Flamsteed and Caroline Herschel as assistant-astronomers. In Women, science and medicine, 1500-1700; mothers and sisters of the Royal Society. Edited by Lynette Hunter & Sarah Hutton. [Thrupp, Stroud, Glos] Sutton Pub. [1997] p. [235]-265. facsims., ports.
   Q141.L85W66 1997
   References (65): p. 262-265.

Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens

Alic, Margaret. Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming, 1857-1911. Scottish-born American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 177-179.
   Q141.N736 1999
   References (7): p. 178-179.

Archenhold, Friedrich S. Williamina Fleming. Das Weltall, 11. Jahrg., 2. Juliheft 1911: 310-311.
   QB1.W4, v. 11

Bailey, Martha J. Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens (1857-1911), astronomer. In her American women in science, a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 1994. p. 116-117.
   Q141.B25 1994

Bailey, Solon I. Williamina Paton Fleming, 1857 to 1911; staff member, 1881 to 1911. In his The history and work of Harvard Observatory, 1839 to 1927. New York, Published for the Observatory by the McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1931. (Harvard Observatory monographs, no. 4) p. 263-264.
   QB82.H37

Camp, Carole Ann. Williamina Fleming (1857-1911). In her American astronomers; searchers and wonderers. Springfield, N.J., Enslow Publishers [1996] (Collective biographies) p. [28]-35. ports. References (11): p. 94-95.
   QB35.C36 1996

Cannon, Annie J. Williamina Paton Fleming. Astrophysical journal, v. 34, Nov. 1911: 314-317. port.
   QB1.A9, v. 34

Dugan, Raymond S. Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens. In Dictionary of American biography. Edited by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone. v. 6. Echols-Fraser. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1931. p. 462-463.

Fleming, Williamina Paton, (Mina). In The National cyclopaedia of American biography. v. 7. New York, J. T. White, 1897. p. 29.
   E176.N27, v. 7

Fleming, Williamina Paton, née Stevens (1857-1911). In Chambers Scottish biographical dictionary. Editor, Rosemary Goring. Edinburgh, New York, Chambers, 1992. p. 149.
   DA758.C48 1992

Gingerich, Owen. Fleming, Williamina Paton. In Dictionary of scientific biography. v. 5. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1972. p. 33-34.
   Q141.D5, v. 5
   Bibliography: p. 34.

Hoffleit, Dorrit. Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens. In Notable American women, 1607-1950, a biographical dictionary. Edward T. James, editor. v. 1. A-F. Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971. p. 628-630.
   CT3260.N57, v. 1

Larsen, Kristine M. Williamina Paton Fleming (1857-1911), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 105-109.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Notes (11): p. 108-109. Bibliography: p. 109.

Lynn, William T. Mrs. Fleming. In British Astronomical Association, London. Journal, v. 21, May/June 1911: 395.
   QB1.B75, v. 21

Peavy, Linda S., and Ursula Smith. Williamina Fleming: a field for woman's work. In their Women who changed things. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1983. p. 45-60. port.
   HQ1412.P4 1983
   "Source notes": p. 177-178.

Pickering, Edward C. Williamina Paton Fleming. Harvard graduates' magazine, v. 20, Sept. 1911: 49-51. port.
   LH1.H3G7, v. 20

Rolston, William E. Mrs. W. P. Fleming. Nature, v. 86, June 1, 1911: 453-454.
   Q1.N2, v. 86

Russell, Foster W. Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens (1857-1911). In his Mount Auburn biographies; a biographical listing of distinguished persons interred in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1831-1952. Cambridge, Mass., 1953. p. 63.
   F74.M9R8

Spradley, Joseph L. The industrious Mrs. Fleming. Astronomy, v. 18, July 1990: 48-51. illus., ports.
   QB1.A7998, v. 18

Stille, Darlene R. Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming. In her Extraordinary women scientists. Chicago, Childrens Press, 1995. p. 68-69. port.
   Q130.S75 1995

Thompson, Grace A. Williamina Paton Fleming. New England magazine, new ser., v. 48, Dec. 1912: 458-467. illus., port.
   AP2.N4, n.s., v. 48

Turner, Herbert H. Mrs. Fleming. In Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly notices, v. 72, Feb. 1912: 261-264.
   QB1.R7, v. 72

A Woman who has discovered stars. Hampton's magazine, v. 26, May 1911: 650-652. port.
   MicRR 38615
   About Mrs. Fleming.

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