Mfg. Fred C. Henson Co., Pasadena. 14.5” tall. The full name of the instrument is the Wood-Anderson torsion seismograph. It was invented jointly by Harry O. Wood of the Seismo Lab and J.A. Anderson of the Mt. Wilson Observatory. Patent registered 9-1-25 in the name of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
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