. Even though Lauberts marks the identity as questionable, there is
no doubt that this is the object that JH saw. His figure shows all six of the
bright patches of nebulosity in the area, and matches the appearance of the
sky pretty well. He notes that the position for this object (and a couple of
others) comes from two figures he sketched for the group. This may account
for his RA being a bit off for this southwest patch: it is shown too close to
the rest of the nebulae in his figure.
The other nebulae are NGC 3579, 3581, 3582, 3584, and 3586. JH's positions
and descriptions for them are very good.