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Historic Members

Here are just some of the historic members of the MAS.   

Luverne Armfield 1933 - Ed Halbach
Luverne Armfield (early 1930's)
Ed Halbach (1933)
1933 - Ed Halbach in Armfield's Backyard Joesph Loepfe
1933 - Ed Halbach in Armfield's Backyard recording a variable star observation.
Joseph Loepfe with his inexpensive 6 inch reflector.
Early 30's - Edwin Arthur de la Rulle - First MAS President Carl Frister at the newly mounted 13-in telescope in Armfield's backyard
Edwin Arthur de la Rulle - First MAS President, Early 1930's
1934 - Carl Frister at the newly erected 13-inch reflector in Armfield's backyard.
1935-Dec, Group picture with Harlow Shapley visiting. 1935-Dec, Group picture with Harlow Shapley visiting.
1935, Dec. Group picture in Armfield's backyard with visiting Harlow Shapley.
1935-Dec. Group picture name key.
AAAA Staff - Kliman, Halbach, Wight, Liebscher, and Fisher Coordinated Meteor Watching - Halbach, Armfield, Liebscher, & Cooke
1935 - Working on the AAAA newsletter. From left: Kliman, Halbach, Wight, Liebscher, & Fisher
1935. Coordinated meteor observing in Armfield's backyard. From left: Halbach, Armfield, Liebscher, & Cooke
1933 - Herbert Grunwald 1933 - Art Boyd
Herbert Grunwald (1933)
Art Boyd (1933)
AAAA Staff - Kliman, Halbach, Wight, Liebscher, and Fisher 1934 - Julius Mueller
Ray Cooke (1933)
Julius Mueller (1934)
1936- Cornelius Prinslow 1936 - Ed Halbach
Cornelius Prinslow (1936) First Observatory Director.
Ed Halbach (1936)
1938 - Bill Albrecht 1938 - John Ball
Bill Albrecht (1938)
John Ball (1938)