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A Partial List of Advanced Astronomy Students at KU (1950 TO 1970)

While I was at K.U. (1950-1967), we would award advanced degrees to some fifteen M.A. candidates in astronomy, and I would be the adviser to one M.S. and two Ph.D. candidates in physics as well. We also had several undergraduate astronomy majors who went elsewhere for their advanced degrees, while of course some decided against going to graduate school. In addition we had some mathematics majors who minored in astronomy. It is clearly not possible to give all their names and personal data. I have been able to locate many of those who continued in astronomy or physics; in the following list you will find their names (in alphabetical order), present positions for the year 1998, and e-mail, phone or other addresses (the meanings of the numbers 0,1,2 are explained at the end of the list):

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