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    Re: Pub. 249 origins and history
    From: Ian Gifford
    Date: 2021 May 10, 02:34 -0700

    Hi Frank,

    >who was Hutching?

    Here is a fragment of an obit in the Orlando Sentinel:

    Rear Adm. Curtis Hutchings, 93, Had Sharp Mind, Stellar ...
    Hutchings developed the Star Tables for Navigation in 1946. The celestial navigation technique is still used today. "Curtis had a great mind," said Buddy Raines, a friend for 23 years. "I would...

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    Ian Gifford 42° 38’ N, 71° 24’ W

       
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