A photoheliograph for Station B (Honolulu).
The equatorial telescope for Station B.
The photoheliograph ready to be shipped to Station B at Honolulu.
The equatorial telescope and regulator ready for Station B.
The house used by the Station B astronomers.
Astronomers at Station B, Honolulu, with a fallen coconut tree.
The house at Honolulu that accommodated the astronomers from Station B. The astronomers taking part in the expeditions were encouraged to introduce themselves to the local governors when they arrived at their chosen station.
The astronomers at Station B in Honolulu. The astronomers are posing with a blown-down coconut tree, which had nearly destroyed their apparatus when it fell!
Huts at Station B, Honolulu.
The huts at Station B, Honolulu.
The bathing tent and the sappers' cook-house at Station B at Honolulu.
Two astronomers with the equipment huts at Station B in Honolulu.
Astronomers using the model at Station B, Honolulu.
A glass negative of the Transit of Venus of 1874.
Astronomers at Station B practicing with a model in preparation for the Transit of Venus.
A glass negative of the Transit of Venus taken from Station B, with one exposure of the planet Venus crossing the Sun’s limb.