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Collection Summary
Administrative Information
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Background Note
Scope and Content Note
Container List
Series 1 Albany Observers Daily Form, 1981, 1983-1990
Series 2 AMOS (Automated Meteorological Observation System), 1976-1991
Series 3 Cooperative Meteorological Observers Records/River & Climatological Charts, 1894-1997, gaps
Series 4 Daily Observations, May 1960 - Aug 1992
Series 5 Synoptic Observation Records, Nov 1961-Oct 1975
Series 6 Radio Broadcast Scripts, 1980-83, 1985-90
Series 7 Weather Files, 1948-1971
Series 8 Other Records
Series 9 Anemograph Charts, Feb 28, 1956 - Dec 21, 1994 (1980-81 gap)

Records of the Northern New England Weather Center

Collection Inventory

Series 7 Weather Files, 1948-1971     .5 linear feet

Scope and Content

The subject and correspondence files maintained by Fred Mold. The files contain the correspondence between Mold and Weather Bureau officials, directives, manuals, a few newsletters, and certificates. They include information about certifying observers; synoptic directions and corrections; observersÂ’ obligations to present weather data to a court, and similar material. Also included is Franklin Fairbanks Weather Journal, 18 May 1858-May 1861 (gap Apr 1859), one notebook, containing 7AM, 2PM, and 9PM observations of temperature, barometric pressure, cloud type, cover and motion, surface wind direction and speed, daily precipitation times and amounts including snowfall, and miscellaneous remarks.

Box

Weather Files (11 folders)   1948 - 1971 

Box 8

Franklin Fairbanks' Weather Journal   

Exhibit

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