IN Harvard College Observatory Bulletin, No. 867, Feb. 1, 1929, there is a note by B. P. Gerasimovič on “UZ Persei, a Variable of Unusually Long Period”. The author found that the brightness of this variable star has two oscillations—short and long—with periods of about 90 and 907 days respectively. It is known that such oscillations are typical for μ Cephei.
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ZESSEWITSCH, W. The Long Period Variations of UZ Persei. Nature 124, 93–94 (1929). https://doi.org/10.1038/124093c0
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