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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

5600 thumbnail picture
A paper nautilus cephalopod
5601 thumbnail picture
George Brown Goode (1851-1896), Director of the National Museum and Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries 1887-1888.
5602 thumbnail picture
Addison Emery Verrill (1839-1926) zoologist, student of Louis Agassiz, professor at Yale University, and assistant to Spencer Baird
5603 thumbnail picture
Vinal N. Edwards (1840-1919), naturalist and collector for the Woods Hole Fisheries Station
5604 thumbnail picture
Scientists inspecting tuna caught commercially
1970 circa
5605 thumbnail picture
Old gear shack used by artisanal fishing community at Rincon, Puerto Rico.
1970 circa
5606 thumbnail picture
New gear shack used by artisanal fishing community at Rincon, Puerto Rico.
1970 circa
5607 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.
5608 thumbnail picture
Artwork - artist's conception of native American fish traps on the west coast of North America.
5609 thumbnail picture
Atlantic menhaden larvae
5610 thumbnail picture
Diners trying to use chopsticks at sushi bar
Hawaii, Honolulu 1968 circa
5611 thumbnail picture
Fresh fish at Tamashiro Market
Hawaii, Honolulu 1968 circa
5612 thumbnail picture
Alewife fishing - Pumping alewives from hold of commercial trawler
Michigan, Lake Michigan 1968 June
5613 thumbnail picture
Alewife fishing - Bringing in catch of alewives on commercial trawler
Michigan, Lake Michigan 1968 June
5614 thumbnail picture
LIKE LIKE - a Hawaiian commercial longline fishing vessel
Hawaii, Honolulu 1968 circa
5615 thumbnail picture
Closeup of sucking mouth of lamprey. This preserved specimen was taken at the Ocqueoc River weir.
1950 February
5616 thumbnail picture
Landing a 120 pound yellowfin tuna on the FWS vessel OREGON. Mr. Hightower is with the gaff.
1954 December
5617 thumbnail picture
Chesapeake Bay skipjack - sailing oyster dredger
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1964 February 3
5618 thumbnail picture
Unloading fishing boat at Boston Fish Pier in midst of snowstorm
Massachusetts, Boston 1965 circa
5619 thumbnail picture
Sorting a catch of dogfish on the BCF vessel ALBATROSS III
Massachusetts, Georges Bank area 1965 circa
5620 thumbnail picture
Fisherman? scientist? holding species of octopus. Appears to be dried.
5621 thumbnail picture
Sockeye salmon pile traps
Alaska, Cook Inlet 1970 circa
5622 thumbnail picture
Mayfield Dam on the Cowlitz River
Washington, Cowlitz River near Mossyrock 1970 circa
5623 thumbnail picture
Migrant dipper, a floating trap used to sample migrations of juvenile salmon and rainbow trout.
Idaho, Weiser 1968 circa
5624 thumbnail picture
A modern tuna seiner with a homeport of Tacoma, Washington, unloading tuna at a Puerto Rican tuna processing plant while two local commercial fishermen use handlines from a rowboat.
Puerto Rico 1967
5625 thumbnail picture
Processing tuna at a plant at Pago Pago, American Samoa
American Samoa, Pago Pago 1967 circa
5626 thumbnail picture
South Korean fishing fleet with factory ship and catcher boats
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 1967 September 28
5627 thumbnail picture
Christening of new shrimp boats acquired by the Dorado Fishing Cooperative in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico 1965
5628 thumbnail picture
Artisanal fishing from canoe at fish trap
American Samoa, Pago Pago 1967 circa
5629 thumbnail picture
Technicians operating conveyor belt for irradiation of fish products
1970 circa
5630 thumbnail picture
Landing mackerel
1970 circa
5631 thumbnail picture
Biologist determining age of mackerel by counting number of annual rings on a scale.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1970 circa
5632 thumbnail picture
A school of northern anchovy
California, La Jolla 1970 circa
5633 thumbnail picture
Automatic data processing of data gathered by fisheries biologists
1970 circa
5634 thumbnail picture
Irradiation of eastern oysters by the cesium 137 pit at the Brookhaven National Laboratory
New York, Long Island 1970 circa
5635 thumbnail picture
An oxidized fish oil component is injected into a gas liquid chromatograph at the Food Science Pioneer Laboratory.
Washington, Seattle 1970 circa
5636 thumbnail picture
Radiograph of menhaden for counting vertebrae and fin rays in population studies
1970 circa
5637 thumbnail picture
Each curve on the chart represents a different chemical component . Food Science Pioneer Research Laboratory.
Washington, Seattle 1970 circa
5638 thumbnail picture
Trawl net spread out for demonstrating dimensions.
1960 circa
5639 thumbnail picture
Testing sediments for radioactive materials intentionally added three days earlier to determne the cycling of radioactive materials through the estuarine environment. Zinc 65 and chromium 51 were added to the water.
1970 circa
5640 thumbnail picture
Fisheries scientist expounding to biology class from Geneseo State College
1970 circa
5641 thumbnail picture
Haddock research - regulating mesh size of trawl nets
1970 circa
5642 thumbnail picture
Fishery oceanography center at La Jolla - the fishery forecast center
California, La Jolla 1970 circa
5643 thumbnail picture
Fur seal harem with large bull and pups
Alaska, Pribilof Islands
5644 thumbnail picture
Mathematical formulae are developed to aid fishery biologists in assessing the effects of fishing on stocks of fish and shellfish
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1970 circa
5645 thumbnail picture
Biologists interviewing fishermen to obtain data
1970 circa
5646 thumbnail picture
Setting otter trawl net
1970 circa
5647 thumbnail picture
Growing mollusks by trays at the NMFS Milford Laboratory
1970 circa
5648 thumbnail picture
Tour group on the gangway of the ALBATROSS IV
1970 circa
5649 thumbnail picture
Log jam on a Pacific Northwest River. This is both an obstruction to salmon passage and a danger when it breaks to anything downstream.
1970 circa

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