Time after time: On March 16 clocks were put in the different buildings, which give correct U. S. Observatory time, being set hourly by a master clock in the Curator’s office, which in turn is set every noon by the tick sent out over the Western Union Telegraph Company’s lines.
Patti Lynn – Library Assistant, Periodicals Even with less than a week left until Election Day it’s still not too late to learn about the presidential candidates. Are you 18 and old enough to vote? Are you still undecided? Do you want to learn more about the presidential campaign? The print magazine collection at Ohrstrom Library contains a wealth of information and articles on the presidential campaign. Ohrstrom Library maintains subscriptions to numerous weekly news magazines which closely follow the campaign. You can spend time browsing Time, Newsweek or US News & World Reports. Maclean’s Magazine will provide a Canadian view of the US elections, while The Spectator, published in…