Person: Barlow (2), Crossley
Crossley Barlow was a mathematical tutor at the University Correspondence College in London who coauthored various publications about mathematical astronomy and geometry together with George Hartley Bryan.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 For the purpose of explaining the traditional terminology and fundamental notions of the science for the benefit of elementary students Barlow and Bryan's work is admirably adapted.
 For half a century "Barlow and Bryan" has remained one of the standard textbooks on elementary mathematical astronomy.
 "Barlow and Bryan" is in essentials the same book as it was on its first appearance over half a century ago: an excellent introduction to the general mathematical and dynamical structure of astronomy.
Born 24 March 1863, Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, England.
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