References for Annie Jump Cannon


  1. O Gingerich, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990). See THIS LINK.
Books:
  1. C M Camp, Collective Biographies: American Astronomers, Searchers and Wonderers (Springfield, New Jersey, 1996).
  2. 3. B Z Jones and Lyle Boyd, The Harvard College Observatory: The First Four Directorships, 1839-1919 (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1971).
Articles:
  1. Annie Jump Cannon, Encyclopedia of World Biography.
    https://www.encyclopedia.com/people/science-and-technology/astronomy-biographies/annie-jump-cannon
  2. Annie Jump Cannon, Brooklyn Museum.
    https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/heritage_floor/annie_jump_cannon
  3. Annie Jump Cannon Award in Astronomy, American Astronomical Society.
    https://aas.org/grants-and-prizes/annie-jump-cannon-award-astronomy
  4. Astronomers find new class of starlike objects, Del Rio News Herald (Del Rio, Texas, 10 June 1998).
  5. P F Bok, Annie Jump Cannon, 1863-1941, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 53 (313) (1941), 168-170.
  6. L Campbell, Annie Jump Cannon, Popular Astronomy 49 (August 1941), 345-347.
  7. J Des Jardins, To Embrace or Decline Marriage and Family: Annie Jump Cannon and the Women of the Harvard Observatory, 1880-1940, in The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science (Feminist Press, New York, 2010), 88-116.
  8. H Fitzgerald, Counted the Stars in the Heavens, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York, 18 September 1927).
  9. G Greenstein, The Ladies of Observatory Hill: Annie Jump Cannon and Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, The American Scholar 62 (3) (1993), 437-446.
  10. P A Kidwell, Three Women of American Astronomy, American Scientist 78 (3) (1990), 244-251.
  11. J M, The Award of the Draper Medal to Dr Annie J Cannon, The Scientific Monthly 34 (4) (1932), 378-379.
  12. P Mack, Straying from their orbits: Women in astronomy in America, in G Kass-Simon, P Farnes and D Nash (eds.), Women of Science: Righting the Record (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, USA, 1990)
  13. Noted Woman of Science Dies, The Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon, 14 April 1941).
  14. C Payne-Gaposchkin, Annie Jump Cannon, Science (May 9, 1941)
  15. C Payne-Gaposchkin, Miss Cannon and Stellar Spectroscopy, The Telescope 8 (May-June 1941), 62-63.
  16. E D Schafer, Cannon, Annie Jump (1863-1941), Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia (Gale Research Inc., 2002).
  17. R L Waterfield, Annie Jump Cannon, Nature (June 14, 1941)
  18. Woman Astronomer Discovers a Star, The Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois, 9 July 1905).
  19. Woman Astronomer Honored by Oxford University, The Science News-Letter 6 (220) (1925), 5.
  20. Woman making Index of 100,000 Stars for a Catalogue, The Danville Morning News (Danville, Pennsylvania, 10 February 1913).
  21. Woman's Prize, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York, 5 February 1935).