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Leah Allen Wikipedia
Leah Brown Allen (November 6, 1884 in Providence, Rhode Island – February 1973) was an American astronomer and Professor of Astronomy at Hood College.
She joined Lick Observatory as Carnegie Assistant in 1908. Professor Allen began teaching astronomy at Hood in 1928.Hope Street School, 1902
Brown University, 1904–1906, special work in astronomy under Professor Winslow Upton
Wellesley College, M.A. 1912
Leah B. Allen Award for Excellence in Math and Science, Hood College
Leah B. Allen Prize in Astronomy, Hood College
Annie Jump Cannon
William F. Meggers
American Astronomical Society
AAVSO, Charter Member
"A study of the peculiar spectrum of the star Eta Centauri" (Master's thesis, 1912) is held in the Wellesley College Archives.
The radial velocities of twenty southern variable stars of class Me ; A study of the changes in the spectrum of T Centauri (Lick Observatory bulletin) University of California Press (1925) WorldCat