Photograph of a general view of the improvised Honey Lake eclipse observation station. "9592... Watch your credit... International Newsreel Photo San Francisco Bureau Where scientists observed eclipse at Honey Lake camp Here is a general view of the improvised Honey Lake eclipse observation station in Lassen County, California, where scientists photographed and observed various phases of the phenomenon. Observation of the eclipse was the most scientific in recent history of astronomy. This photo shows camera devices, telescope and platform used by observers for their scientific apparatus and calculating tables. All bureaus (List A-B) Cal -- 4-29-30" -- typed note attached to verso.