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H7518 Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2", width 5 1/4", height 6 1/4", overall length 13 1/2".(SB)..
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Object statement
Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2", width 5 1/4", height 6 1/4", overall length 13 1/2".(SB)..

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Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2", width 5 1/4", height 6 1/4", overall length 13 1/2".(SB). Observatory stock number 266.
H7518

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Acquisition credit line
Gift of Government Stores Department, 1964

This object record is currently incomplete. The information available may date back as far as 125 years. Other information may exist in a non-digital form. The Museum continues to update and add new research to collection records.
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