http://arpgalaxy.com/arplist.html Try that. It's " All Galaxies Involved in the Arp Catalog
Sorted in Right Ascension Order" and should occupy a few nights.
Both those are images of the entire Hickson Clusters of Galaxies catalog.
Those are the Lyon Galaxy Groups, favorites of mine.
Here's Alvin Huey's observing guides including some for 8" aperture.
Shoot M101 right next to M31. It's a fine object in a field along with many M31 globular clusters you should be able to catch. But you'll have to research to identify them.
But it all comes down to research. Do you have a Pocket Sky Atlas? Start there. Google GALAXIES, select IMAGES and see hundreds of thousands in 0.4527 seconds. Pick one and find out if it's suitable for your needs via https://www.astronom...e/steve.ngc.htm and http://leda.univ-lyon1.fr/
I've never really understood how folks can run out of objects, especially galaxies.
Edited by havasman, 23 September 2019 - 09:24 AM.