Observations with the Wide Field Camera on HST were examined, and 27 Cepheids were discovered. Photometry and period analysis have produced unambiguous light curves free of alias. The observed P-L relation has a slope consistent with seminal calibration studies of Galactic and LMC Cepheids. An apparent distance modulus (in V) of 28.47 ± 0.10 to IC 4182 is derived. This implies that Mv(max) for SNIa 1937C is -19.92 ± 0.2 mag, independent of everything except differential absorption between the Cepheids and the supernova. Using this to calibrate Hubble diagrams for SNIa by several authors, and allowing for a 1-σ uncertainty in the absolute magnitude from the calibration of only one SNIa, we obtain H0
= 45 ± 14kms-1Mpc-1.