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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Cooking retorts (basically ovens for cooking material in cans
Alaska, Sand Point
5501 thumbnail picture
Perhaps cleaning or pre-cooking crab meat
5502 thumbnail picture
Assembly line machinery in seafood cannery
5503 thumbnail picture
Retort operations ? cooking seafood in cans
5504 thumbnail picture
Assembly line machinery in seafood cannery
5505 thumbnail picture
Sardine canning machinery
5506 thumbnail picture
Women in canning facility
5507 thumbnail picture
Kayley-Dahl cannery
Alaska, Petersburg 1953 April
5508 thumbnail picture
Island Seafoods Co. king crab cannery
Alaska, Kodiak 1952 May 24
5509 thumbnail picture
Western Fisheries Cannery
Alaska, Cordova 1953 May 19
5510 thumbnail picture
Catfish ponds in Arkansas - Ponds vary in size from a few acres to forty acres and are stocked with 1000 to 1600 fingerling catfish per acre. Catfish are fed a special diet for a year or more until reaching the popular market size of 1 to 1 1/2 pounds.
Arkansas 1968
5511 thumbnail picture
Channel catfish brood pens - each pen contains a pair of adult catfish and one nesting jar such as man in rear is holding.
Oklahoma, Tishomingo 1955 circa
5512 thumbnail picture
Channel catfish brood pens at the hatchery- each pen contains a pair of adult catfish and one nesting jar. Personnel - J. C. Standifer, W. O. Cox, and on right Glenn F. Adams, foreman.
Oklahoma, Tishomingo 1955 circa
5513 thumbnail picture
J. C. Standifer and W. O. Cox in catfish brood pens
Oklahoma, Tishomingo 1955 circa
5514 thumbnail picture
A market size catfish will soon be transferred to a catfish processing plant.
Arkansas, Kelso 1968
5515 thumbnail picture
Harvesting catfish with methods developed at the BCF Gear Research Base in Kelso, Arkansas.
Arkansas, Kelso 1968
5516 thumbnail picture
Artwork - Channel catfish, drawing by G. T. Sundstrom
5517 thumbnail picture
Artwork - Brown bullhead catfish (Ameiurus nebulosus)
5518 thumbnail picture
California river catfish
5519 thumbnail picture
Artwork - Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)
5520 thumbnail picture
A male carp receives pituitary material which stimulates him in producing additional quantities of milt for use in freezing experiments the following morning.
5521 thumbnail picture
A female channel catfish being injected with pituitary materials
5522 thumbnail picture
A female channel catfish is tattoed so that her history can be kept.
5523 thumbnail picture
100th Anniversary of National Marine Fisheries Service display
1971
5524 thumbnail picture
100th Anniversary of National Marine Fisheries Service display
1971
5525 thumbnail picture
100th Anniversary of National Marine Fisheries Service display
1971
5526 thumbnail picture
Statue of Spencer Fullerton Baird at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History. Baird was the first commissioner of Fish and Fisheries.
1971
5527 thumbnail picture
100th Anniversary of National Marine Fisheries Service display
1971
5528 thumbnail picture
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the National Marine Fisheries Service at the NMFS Woods Hole Laboratory. The NOAA Ship ALBATROSS IV is in the background.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1971 July 28
5529 thumbnail picture
The NOAA ship ALBATROSS IV holding open house at the 100th Anniversary celebration of 100 years of fisheries service to the Nation.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1971 July 28
5530 thumbnail picture
Open House officially begins as Dr. Paul S. Galtsoff cuts the ribbon, symbolizing entry into the second century of fisheries research.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1971 July 28
5531 thumbnail picture
Artwork - gafftopsail catfish (Bagre marinus)
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1971 July 28
5532 thumbnail picture
Artwork - Brown bullhead catfish (Ameiurus nebulosus)
5533 thumbnail picture
Machine skinning pond-reared channel catfish
Arkansas, McGehee
5534 thumbnail picture
National Fishery Policy (circa 1958)
1958 circa
5535 thumbnail picture
BCF economics section studies
1958 circa
5536 thumbnail picture
Listing of what the fishing industry must have to fulfill its proper junction
1958 circa
5537 thumbnail picture
The objective of the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries
1958 circa
5538 thumbnail picture
A paper nautilus cephalopod
5539 thumbnail picture
George Brown Goode (1851-1896), Director of the National Museum and Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries 1887-1888.
5540 thumbnail picture
Addison Emery Verrill (1839-1926) zoologist, student of Louis Agassiz, professor at Yale University, and assistant to Spencer Baird
5541 thumbnail picture
Vinal N. Edwards (1840-1919), naturalist and collector for the Woods Hole Fisheries Station
5542 thumbnail picture
Scientists inspecting tuna caught commercially
1970 circa
5543 thumbnail picture
Old gear shack used by artisanal fishing community at Rincon, Puerto Rico.
1970 circa
5544 thumbnail picture
New gear shack used by artisanal fishing community at Rincon, Puerto Rico.
1970 circa
5545 thumbnail picture
Artwork - artist's conception of a research submersible to be used by the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. This concept never came to fruition.
5546 thumbnail picture
Artwork - artist's conception of native American fish traps on the west coast of North America.
5547 thumbnail picture
Atlantic menhaden larvae
5548 thumbnail picture
Diners trying to use chopsticks at sushi bar
Hawaii, Honolulu 1968 circa
5549 thumbnail picture
Fresh fish at Tamashiro Market
Hawaii, Honolulu 1968 circa

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