Bay State Science Club

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The Bay State Science Club was a 1930s Boston-area club formed by Richard E. Leary of Somerville, MA. It became part of the ISA.

In July 1930, the club issued the Asteroid, Richard Leary, editor.

Members included Leary, R. B. Konikow, W. P. Galvin, C. Bruce, D. Bailey, J. Houghton, C. Halpern, M. Rubin and B. Goldfarb.



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