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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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The sponge auction wharf at Key West. In: "The Sponge Fishery of Florida in 1900" by John N. Cobb. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 175, Plate 9.
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Whaling vessels at New Bedford, Massachusetts, in October 1901. In: "Aquatic Products in Arts and Industries" by Charles H. Stevenson. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 186, Plate 11.
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Deck of modern whaler, showing try-works, scraphopper, and utensils employed in trying-out oil. In: "Aquatic Products in Arts and Industries" by Charles H. Stevenson. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 196, Plate 13.
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Grinding and pressing crude spermaceti for removal of taut-pressed oil. Interior view of oil refinery. Filling bottles with sperm oil. In: "Aquatic Products in Arts and Industries" by Charles H. Stevenson. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 200, Plate 14.
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School of black-fish stranded on the shore of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In: "Aquatic Products in Arts and Industries" by Charles H. Stevenson. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 208, Plate 15.
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View of Menhaden Fleet at Provincetown, Massachusetts. In: "Aquatic Products in Arts and Industries" by Charles H. Stevenson. Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1902. P. 232, Plate 16.
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Cover of "The Story of the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts" published in 1962.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Temporary laboratory at Little Harbor
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Spencer Fullerton Baird and George Brown Goode on Little Harbor collecting trip.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Spencer Fullerton Baird and George Brown Goode seining in Little Harbor
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Spencer Fullerton Baird's residence at Woods Hole
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Small boat refuge at Woods Hole with ALBATROSS tied at the dock
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Residence and laboratory at Woods Hole with ALBATROSS at dock
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Interior of the hatchery at Woods Hole
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Interior of the laboratory shortly after its construction in 1885
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Sketch of Cobb's equipment for miscroscopic work on nematodes at Woods Hole.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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The morning after the hurricane of September 14, 1944 showing damage to piers and navigation aid.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Testing the ocean's crop. Experimental haul on the Bureau's vessel, the FISH HAWK, to determine the character of the population of shore waters. IN: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 378.
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Stripping cod at sea on a winter morning. Fisheries Bureau spawn-taker aboard a trawler. Note the snow on the rail, the frozen spray on the mast, and the ice on the rigging. Frontispiece.
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Whale harpoon gun loaded and being turned so as to point at the whale. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 14.
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Spearing seals at sea. Pelagic sealing by Aleut natives now forbidden by the governments of the United States, Great Britain, Russia, and Japan. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 46.
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Holluschickie hauling up from the sea. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 64.
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Old bull seals fighting. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 64.
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Catch of herring on beach at Gastineau Channel. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 90.
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A typical seal rookery, half-abandoned. Showing the massing of the harems, the watchful figures of the beachmasters, and the idle bulls in the background. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 102.
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Native salmon trap on an Alaskan River. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 116.
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Modern salmon trap on an Alaskan River. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 116.
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Headquarters of the U.S. Fisheries Bureau at Washington, D.C. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 202.
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Hauling the largest shad seine in the world. Spawn-taking operations on the Potomac River. Trying to save from extinction one of America's finest flavored food fish. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 202.
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Hatchery and laboratory building at Woods Hole. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 336.
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Residence and Fisheries Bureau Headquarters at Woods Hole. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 336
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What shall we get this time? Photo #1. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 346.
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Here's a new one boys! The veteran collector of the Woods Hole station is in the foreground of both pictures. Photo #2. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P. 346.
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Clammer raking for quahaugs in New Bedford Harbor. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P.370.
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Oysterman tonging for oysters in Buzzards Bay. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Fisheries," by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 1912. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. P.370.
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Tuna caught in the Sancti Petri tap brought to the processing plant.
Strait of Gibraltar, Spain 1910 Ca.
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Tuna caught by pole and line method on the Bay of Biscay.
Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Biscay 1958
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Tuna caught by pole and line method on the Bay of Biscay. Getting ready to gaff the fish aboard.
Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Biscay 1958
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Tuna processing plant at Sancti Petri. The site where the decapitated tuna were hung was referred to as "EL BOSQUE", (The Forest.)
Strait of Gibraltar, Spain 1910 Ca.
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Tuna trap fishing at Sancti Petri.
Strait of Gibraltar, Spain 1949
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Tuna trap fishing at Sancti Petri.
Strait of Gibraltar, Spain 1949
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Tuna trap fishing at Sancti Petri. Note the large tuna landed in the boat CARME CARMEN.
Strait of Gibraltar, Spain 1949
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Humpback salmon, adult male. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXIII.
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Humpback salmon, breeding male. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXIV.
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Humpback salmon, adult female. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXV.
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Humpback salmon, breeding female. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXVI.
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Dog salmon, breeding male. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXVII.
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Dog salmon, breeding female. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXVIII.
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Chinook salmon, adult male. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXIX.
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Chinook salmon, adult female. In: "The Fishes of Alaska." Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXVI, 1906. P. 360, Plate XXX.

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