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Julian Ellis Mack grad student 1932 UW Madison (Physics Tree)
 (Zeeman effect of the K II spectrum.)
Charles Elwood Mendenhall grad student 1932 UW Madison (Physics Tree)


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Jack William Slowey research assistant 1955 UW Madison
Gerald Edward Kron grad student 1938 UC Berkeley
John Deuck Ryong Bahng grad student 1957 UW Madison (Physics Tree)
Hyron Spinrad grad student 1961 UC Berkeley
Richard Langley Sears research scientist 1959-1961 Lick Observatory
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Spaenhauer A, Jones BF, Whitford AE. (1992) Proper motions of bulge stars The Astronomical Journal. 103: 297-302
Terndrup DM, Frogel JA, Whitford AE. (1991) Galactic bulge M giants. IV, 0.5-2.5 micron spectrophotometry and abundances for stars in Baade's window The Astrophysical Journal. 378: 742-755
Frogel JA, Terndrup DM, Blanco VM, et al. (1990) Galactic bulge M giants. II. Content and structure of the bulge between b = -3 deg and -12 deg The Astrophysical Journal. 353: 494-523
Frogel JA, Gregory B, Kawara K, et al. (1987) Infrared Photometry and Spectroscopy of Supernova 1986g in NGC 5128--Centaurus A The Astrophysical Journal. 315
Whitford AE. (1985) The Stellar Population Of The Galactic Nuclear Bulge. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 97: 205-213
Frogel JA, Whitford AE, Rich RM. (1984) Photometry of K giants in the nuclear bulge of the galaxy The Astronomical Journal. 89: 1536-1542
Whitford AE, Rich RM. (1983) Metal content of K giants in the nuclear bulge of the galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal. 274: 723-732
Frogel JA, Whitford AE. (1982) Luminosity of M giants in the nuclear bulge of the Galaxy The Astrophysical Journal. 259
Whitford AE. (1978) Spectral scans of the nuclear bulge of the Galaxy: comparison with other galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal. 226: 777-789
Whitford AE. (1972) Astronomy And Astronomers At The Mountain Observatories Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 198: 202-210
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