A brief search for threads relating to the Webb book Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes turned up nothing. That seems unusual for a site dedicated to viewing double stars . I tend to use this reference as I plot pairs on the AAVSO sheets and although I know it's innacurate I cant help but be charmed by the descriptions.
An example I would like to draw attention to is 13 aquiliae ( Epsilon).This star is not a double but that which lies close following is curious. Seems a faint triple can be found which under my light polluted skies in a 120 refractor can be seen as a very faint and thin nebulous blur. I needed averted vision to confirm its existence.
An eight inch at 250x shows it much better. Now it shows as three minute stars the middle of which is brightest and not entirely all in a straight row.
i consulted Stella Doppie. Bringing up Struve 2428 which lies in the same low power field there is a reference to WRD 2 AB 13 Aquilae. The position angles and brightness for the three stars match what I saw.
I am not interested in measuring anything. Just to revisit something seen so long ago is haunting