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Prince, Helen Walter Dodson

Alic, Margaret. Helen Walter (Dodson) Prince, 1905-. American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 469-470.
   Q141.N736 1999
   References (3): p. 470.

Bailey, Martha J. Dodson, Helen Walter (b. 1905), solar astronomer. In her American women in science, a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 1994. p. 88.
   Q141.B25 1994

Flares and surges. Goucher alumnae quarterly, v. 28, spring 1950: 7-10. illus., port.
   LH1.G64A4, v. 28
   About Dr. Dodson and her solar research.

Helen Dodson. Popular astronomy, v. 58, Jan. 1950: 43-44.
   QB1.P8, v. 58
   Brief note about her appointment as associate professor of astronomy at the University of Michigan, effective July 1.

Observer of fifty years of solar flares. In The Women's book of world records and achievements. Edited by Lois Decker O'Neill. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979. p. 151-152.
   CT3234.W65
   About Helen Dodson Prince.

Ratner, Amy E. The reluctant predictor's place in the sun. Goucher quarterly, v. 64, winter 1986: 8-10. illus., port.
   LH1.G64, v. 64
   About Helen Dodson Prince. The portrait also appears on p. 1 of the issue.

Roberts, Rebecca L. Helen W. Dodson Prince (1905-), 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. 315-318.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Note (1): p. 318. Bibliography: p. 318.

Proctor, Mary

Bailey, Martha J. Proctor, Mary (b. 1862), astronomer. In her American women in science, a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 1994. p. 309-310.
   Q141.B25 1994

Miss Mary Proctor. Sky, v. 3, Mar. 1939: 30.
   QB1.S535, v. 3

Petrusso, Annette. Mary Proctor, 1862-? Irish-born English-American astronomy writer and educator. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 470. References (5): p. 470.
   Q141.N736 1999

Proctor, Mary. In The National cyclopaedia of American biography. v. 9. New York, J. T. White, 1907. p. 282-283.
   E176.N27, v. 9

Proctor, Mary. In Woman's who's who of America. A biographical dictionary of contemporary women of the United States and Canada. 1914-1915. John William Leonard, editor-in-chief. New York, American Commonwealth Co. [1914] p. 663.
   E663.W87

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Rankin, Joanna Marie

Rankin, Joanna M. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberley A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 999.
   T39.W5 1995

Rankin, Joanna Marie. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 363.

Ray, Ida E.

Ray, Ida E. Oral history interview with Ida E. Ray, August 21, 1987. Interviewed by Steven J. Dick and Robert W. Rhynsburger. U.S. Naval Observatory Oral History Program. Washington, D.C., U.S. Naval Observatory, 1987. 56 p., [20] leaves of plates.
   DN-Ob
   Transcribed from phonotapes.

Ribes-Nesme, élisabeth Marie

Disparitions: Elizabeth Nesme-Ribes. Ciel et espace, no 321, fév. 1997: 13. col. port.
   On her death at age 53 in November 1996.

Huet, Sylvestre. Elisabeth Ribes-Nesme: souvent soleil varie. Sciences et avenir, no 533, juil. 1991: 20-21. col. illus., col. port.
   Q2.S475, 1991
   "Pour étudier les variations du Soleil, il faut de la constance. Elisabeth Ribes-Nesme, astronome à l'observatoire de Meudon, a de la suite dans les idées, ce qui lui permet d'aligner de beaux resultats scientifiques, avec l'aide involuntaire de ses prédécesseurs du XVIIe siècle."

Nesme (Elisabeth, Marie). In Who's who in France. Qui est qui en France. 26. éd.; 1994-1995. Paris, éditions J. Lafitte, 1994. p. 1274.
   DC705.A1W46, 1994-95

Pecker, Jean C. Elizabeth Nesme-Ribes. L'Astronomie, v. 112, fév. 1998: 61-63. port. (Hommage)

Richards, Mercedes T.

Mercedes Richards - out of this world. Career world, v. 22, Dec. 1993: 11. port.
   HF5381.A1C2853, v. 22

Rieke, Carol Jane Anger

Rieke, George. Carol Jane Anger Rieke, 1908-1999. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 32, no. 4, 2000: 1685-1686. port.

Rieke, Marcia Jean

Marcia J. Rieke. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 48, Dec. 1989: 5.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS councilor.

Marcia J. Rieke. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 73, Dec. 1994: 5.
   Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS vice president.

Rieke, Marcia J. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberley A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 1025.
   T39.W5 1995

Righini Bonelli, Maria Luisa

Hoskin, Michael A. Obituary. Maria Luisa Righini Bonelli (1917-1981). Journal for the history of astronomy, v. 13, Feb. 1982: 74.
   QB15.J68, v. 13

Rossi, Arcangelo. Bonelli, Maria Luisa. In Dizionario biografico degli Italiani. v. 34. Primo supplemento, A-C. Roma, Instituto della Enciclopedia italiana, 1988. p. 478-480.
   CT1123.D5, v. 34

Rossi, Arcangelo. Chi ricordiamo: Maria Luisa Righnini Bonelli. Il Veltro, anno 26, genn./ apr. 1982: 105-106.
   AP37.V38, v. 26

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Risley, Alice Marguerite

Hoffleit, Dorrit. Marguerite Risley, 1905-1990. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 24, no. 4, 1992: 1330-1331.

PhD ‘42 Marguerite Risley. Radcliffe quarterly, v. 77, Mar. 1991: 46.
   LH1.R2Q8, v. 77

Roberts, Dorothea Klumpke

Aitken, Robert G. Dorothea Klumpke Roberts - an appreciation. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 54, Dec. 1942: 217-222. port.
   QB1.A4, v. 54
   The portrait faces p. 217.

Alic, Margaret. Dorothea Klumpke Roberts, 1861-1942. American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 488-489.
   Q141.N736 1999
   References (2): p. 489.

Bailey, Martha J. Roberts, Dorothea Klumpke (1861-1942), astronomer. In her American women in science, a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 1994. p. 327-328.
   Q141.B25 1994

Bracher, Katherine. Dorothea Klumpke Roberts, a forgotten astronomer. Mercury, v. 10, Sept./Oct. 1981: 139-140. ports.
   QB1.M43, v. 10

Dorothea K. Roberts. Sky and telescope, v. 2, Mar. 1943: 9.
   QB1.S536, v. 2

Chiara, Maria. Dorothea Klumpke Roberts (1861-1942), 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. 336-342. port.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Notes (15): p. 341-342. Bibliography: p. 342.

The Dorothea Klumpke Roberts prizes at the University of California. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 49, June 1973: 172-173.
   QB1.A4, v. 49
   Includes the text of Dr. Roberts's statement concerning the establishment of the prizes.

Mrs. Dorothea Roberts. Astronomical dies in hospital at San Francisco, aged 81. New York times, v. 92, Oct. 6, 1942: 23.
   N&CPR

Moylan, Nora. [Extract from] Berkeley meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, February 20, 1937. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 49, Apr. 1937: 114-117.
   QB1.A4, v. 49
   Includes an account of the life and career of Dr. Roberts.

Randazzo, Donatella. Le donne in astronomia nell'800: il fenomeno Klumpke. Giornale di astronomia, v. 24, dic. 1998: 5-11. illus., ports.
   Bibliographic footnotes.

Reynolds, John H. Dorothea Klumpke Roberts. In Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly notices, v. 104, no. 2, 1944: 92-93.
   QB1.R7, v. 104

Roberts, Dorothea Klumpke (Mrs. Isaac Roberts). In The National cyclopaedia of American biography. v. 31. New York, J. T. White, 1944. p. 405-406. port.
   E176.N27, v. 31

Van Vorst, Bessie. The Klumpke sisters. Critic, v. 37, Sept. 1900: 224-229. illus., ports.
   AP2.C92, v. 37
   About Ann, Augusta, Julia, and Dorothea.

Weitzenhoffer, Kenneth. The triumph of Dorothea Klumpke. Sky & telescope, v. 72, Aug. 1986: 109-110. illus., ports.
   QB1.S536, v. 72

Wilson, Herbert C. The rings of Saturn. Astronomy and astro-physics, v. 13, Mar. 1894: 260-261.
   QB1.A8, v. 13
   Concerns the thesis submitted by Dorothea Klumpke as part of the work required by the University of Paris, which granted her the degree of doctor of sciences in mathematics.

Roemer, Elizabeth

Bailey, Martha J. Roemer, Elizabeth. In her American women in science, 1950 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 331-332.
   Q141.B254 1998
   Bibliography: p. 332.

Buck, Stefanie. Elizabeth Roemer (1929-), 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. 343-345.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Note (1): p. 345. Bibliography: p. 345.

Draper and Gould awards to Chandrasekhar and [Elizabeth] Roemer. Physics today, v. 24, July 1971: 53. ports.
   QC1.P658, v. 24

Milite, George A. Elizabeth Roemer, 1929- . American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 495-496.
   Q141.N736 1999
   References (2): p. 496.

Prizewinning sighter of returning comets. In The Women's book of world records and achievements. Edited by Lois Decker O'Neill. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979. p. 152.
   CT3234.W65
   About Elizabeth Roemer.

Roemer, Elizabeth. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 839.
   Q141.W576 1996/97

Roemer, Elizabeth. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberley A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 1037.
   T39.W5 1995

Roman, Nancy Grace

Bailey, Martha J. Roman, Nancy Grace. In her American women in science, 1950 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara,Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 333-334.
   Q141.B254 1998
   Bibliography: p. 334.

Croswell, Ken. An ultraviolet excess. In his The alchemy of the heavens: searching for meaning in the Milky Way. New York, Anchor Books, Doubleday, 1995. p. 90-93.
   QB857.7.C76 1995
   About the discoveries made by Nancy Roman at Yerkes Observatory.

Roman, Nancy G(race). In Current biography yearbook. 1960. Edited by Charles Moritz. New York, H. W. Wilson Co., 1961. p. 345-347. port.
   CT100.C8, 1960

Roman, Nancy G. Nancy G. Roman. Astronomy. In She does math! Real-life problems from women on the job. Marla Parker, editor. [Washington, D.C.] Mathematical Association of America [1995] p. 146-147.
   QA27.5.S53 1995
   Autobiographical.

Roman, Nancy G. Nancy Grace Roman. (1925- ), 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. 345-349. port.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Bibliography: p. 349.

Satellite programs initiator. In The Women's book of world records and achievements. Edited by Lois Decker O'Neill. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979. p. 153.
   CT3234.W65
   About Nancy G. Roman.

Silver, Lily J. Dr. Nancy G. Roman, the astronomer's astronomer. In her Profiles in success: forty lives of achievement. New York, Fountainhead Publishers, 1965. p. 362-369. port.
   CT220.S54
   The portrait appears on a plate following p. 298.

Smith, Julian A. Nancy Grace Roman, 1925-. American astronomer. In Notable twentieth-century scientists. v. 3. L-R. Emily J. McMurray, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 1703-1704.
   Q141.N73 1995, v. 3
   References (4): p. 1704.

Smith, Julian A. Nancy Grace Roman, 1925-. American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 497-498.
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   References (4): p. 498.

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Rozis, Anne-Marie Saulgeot

Rozis, Anne-Marie (Mme), née Saulgeot (1921). In France. Délégation générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p. 222.
   Q145.F7, v. 5

Rubin, Vera Cooper

Albers, Henry. A lofty gravity: magnetic astronomer Vera Rubin ‘48 brings the stars down to earth. Vassar quarterly, v. 83, summer 1987: 2-3. illus., port.
   LH1.V3A4, v. 83

Astronomical Society announces prize recipients for 1994. Physics today, v. 47, July 1994: 75. port. Includes paragraph on the award of the Russell Lectureship to Vera Rubin.
   QC1.P658, v. 47

Bartusiak, Marcia. The woman who spins the stars. Discover, v. 11, Oct. 1990: 88-92, 94. col. illus., col. ports.
   Q1.D57, v. 11

Camp, Carole Ann. Vera Rubin (1928- ). In her American astronomers; searchers and wonderers. Springfield, N.J., Enslow Publishers [1996] (Collective biographies) p. [76]-83. ports.
    References (14): p. 98-99.
   QB35.C36 1996

Clinton presents National Medals of Science and Technology. Physics today, v. 46, Nov. 1993: 101.
   QC1.P658, v. 46
    Vera Rubin was among those honored with the National Medal of Science, and a part of her citation is quoted.

Dark matter attracts National Medal of Science. Griffith observer, v. 58, Apr. 1994: 16. port.
    About the award presented to Dr. Rubin.

Eisenberg, Joann. Vera Cooper Rubin (1928- ), 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. 350-355.
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    Notes (9): p. 354. Bibliography: p. 354-355.

Fehrs, Mary H., and Roman Czujko. Women in physics: reversing the exclusion. Physics today, v. 45, Aug., 1992, pt. 1: 33-40. col. illus., ports.
   QC1.P658, v. 45
Includes a box, "Warnings, Advice and Encouragement: Thoughts From Three Women Physicists" (p. 38-39). One of the three is Vera Rubin.

Fins, Alice. Dr. Vera Rubin, astronomer. In her Women in science. Skokie, Ill., VGM Career Horizons, 1979. p. 63-71. ports.
   Q130.F56

First person singular: Vera Rubin, astronomer, Washington. Washington post magazine, July 22, 2001: 12. col. port. (Planet Washington)
    Interview by Patricia E. Dempsey. Photograph by Merlyn Rosenberg.

First woman permitted to observe the universe at Palomar. In The Women's book of world records and achievements. Edited by Lois Decker O'Neill. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979. p. 150-151.
   CT3234.W65
    About Vera C. Rubin.

Gleasner, Diana C. Vera C. Rubin, astronomer. In her Breakthrough: women in science. New York, Walker, 1983. p. 57-74. ports.
   Q141.G73 1983

Larsen, Kristine. Rubin, Vera Cooper (b. 1928). In Jewish women in America, an historical encyclopedia. Edited by Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore. Sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society. v. 2. M-Z. New York, Routledge, 1997. p. 1187-1188.
    "Selected Works by Vera Rubin": p. 1188. Bibliography: p. 1188.
   DS115.2.J49 1997, v. 2

Lightman, Alan, and Roberta Brawer. Vera Rubin. In their Origins: the lives and worlds of modern cosmologists. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1990. p. 285-305. port.
    Bibliographic references included in "Notes" (p. 506-507).
   QB981.L54 1990

Rubin, Vera C. Bright galaxies, dark matters. Woodbury, N.Y., American Institute of Physics [1997] xvi, 236 p. illus., col. plate, ports. (Masters of modern physics)
   QB857.R83 1997
    "Sources": p. [221]-224.
    "... a collection of 35 papers, essays, and talks, extending over 36 years." Some are published here for the first time.

Rubin, Vera C. Recollections after fifty years: Haverford AAS meeting, December 1950. In The American Astronomical Society's first century. Editor, David H. DeVorkin. Washington, D.C., Published for the American Astronomical Society through the American Institute of Physics, 1999. p. 90-93. facsim., port.
   QB1.A28593 1999

Rubin, Vera C. Vera Rubin: an unconventional career. [Interviewed by] Sally Stephens. Mercury, v. 21, Jan./Feb. 1992: 38-45. illus., ports.
    QB1.M43, v. 21
    Includes, on p. 44, an extract from her 1986 article, "Women's Work."

Rubin, Vera C. Vera C. Rubin, Ph.D., astronomer and staff scientist. 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. 75-78. port.
    An interview conducted by a representative of the Association for Women in Science.

Rubin, Vera C. Vera Rubin. Astronomer and staff member, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, the Carnegie Institution of Washington. In Journeys of women in science and engineering: no universal constants. Susan A. Ambrose, Kristin L. Dunkle, Barbara B. Lazarus, Indira Nair, Deborah A. Harkus. Foreward by Lilli Hornig. Philadelphia, Temple University Press [1997] p. 329-334. ports. Interviewed in July 1996.
   Q130.J68 1997

Rubin, Vera Cooper. In The International who's who. 64th ed. [London] Europa Publications [2000] p. 1330.
   CT120.I5 2001

Rubin, Vera Cooper. In the International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 387-388.

Rubin, Vera Cooper. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 852.
   Q141.W576 1997/97

Rubin, Vera Cooper (1928- ). In The Routledge critical dictionary of the new cosmology. Edited by Peter Coles. New York, Routledge [1999] p. 315.
   QB980.5.R68 1999

Rubin 1996 RAS Gold winner. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 85, June 1997: 7. port.
    For her "distinguished work in optical observations of galaxies, particularly to those relation to rotation curves and the existence of dark matter," Vera Rubin received the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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