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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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The Vietnam experience of Dr. William Bolhofer. As a young army infantryman he served in Vietnam. Approximately 25 years later he served the United States again in helping negotiate an agreement with Vietnam for the exchange of meteorological data.
Vietnam
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Cover letter transferring photographs of Army Signal Service meteorological students at Texas A&M.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918 January 15
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Letter transferring photographs noting that all instruction ceased November 30, 1918, and that the meteorological unit would be demobilized by December 19, 1918 .
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918 December 6
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The Army Signal Service Meteorological School Building at Texas A&M.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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The Army Signal Service Meteorological School office at Texas A&M.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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The Meteorological School faculty. Oliver Fassig is the civilian standing in the middle rear.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Senior faculty of the meteorological school. Oliver Fassig is in the white suit .
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Portrait of Oliver Fassig, senior instructor at the meteorological school.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Telegram from Oliver Fassig to the Chief of the Weather Bureau detailing the facilities, state of instruction, and instrument needs of the meteorological school at Texas A&M.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918 June 6
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Lieutenant Hovde, instructor at the meteorological school.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Lieutenant Bowen, instructor at the meteorological school.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Johnson, rank uncertain, on left and Lieutenant Hovde on right at meteorological school.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps communications specialist using state of the art equipment to transmit and acquire weather information. Private Arthur S. Littick is shown in charge of the instrument.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Note explaining communications system used by the Army Signal Service for bringing meteorological observations to a central computation room.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Weather instruments with Ross Hall in the background.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students practicing balloon observation computations.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Bly inflating a weather balloon.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Bly and Greening using an improvised caliper to assure weather balloon is properly inflated prior to launching.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Hall checking weather balloon weight prior to launching.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Greening launching a weather balloon.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Greening launching a weather balloon.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Grigsby, Finch, and Adams practicing observing weather balloon azimuth, angular altitude, and recording observations. The instrument is a meteorological theodolite.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Keyte and Arnold practicing using theodolite to observe weather balloon azimuth and angular altitude.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Keyte and Bauer practicing using theodolite to observe weather balloon azimuth and angular altitude. Recorder and communications specialist is relaying observational information into a central computing facility.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Callen opening an instrument shelter in order to read thermometers.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Finch and Anspach practicing using theodolite to observe weather balloon azimuth and angular altitude.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student measuring precipitation with rain gauge.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students Molyneaux and Miller preparing to read thermometers housed in instrument shelter.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Molyneaux preparing to use sling psychrometer.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Molyneaux determining which way the wind was blowing by means of a windvane.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological student Naughton preparing a weather map.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students working on records and computations in Record Room.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students working in the reference section.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Aerial view of Texas A&M in 1918 showing location of various buildings. The Signal Corps meteorological school was housed in the Civil Engineering Building.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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Signal Corps meteorological students apparently observing balloon launch from weather vane station. The well-known meteorologist Charles F. Brooks is standing on platform in light-colored suit.
Texas, College Station, Texas A&M 1918
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The Gramax Heliport Building which once housed the headquarters of the National Weather Service.
Maryland, Silver Spring 1966 circa
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National Hurricane Center headquarters.
Florida, Miami
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National Hurricane Center Director, Dr. Max Mayfield, briefs NOAA librarians at Miami for a conference.
Florida, Miami
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National Hurricane Center Director, Dr. Max Mayfield, briefs NOAA librarians at Miami for a conference.
Florida, Miami
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Dr. Max Mayfield, Director of the National Hurricane Center, briefing Janice Beattie, Director of the NOAA Central Library, and Linda Pikula, Director of the NOAA Miami Regional Library.
Florida, Miami
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The devastating Xenia, Ohio, tornado.
Ohio, Xenia 1974, April 3
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Tracks of tornados including the Xenia, Ohio, tornado (37) that killed 30, injured over 1100, and destroyed over 1,000 homes. This outbreak was one of the most devastating in United States history as 127 tornadoes were documented in 11 states with 315 total killed, over 6,000 injured, and over 25,000 families suffering at least some loss.
Ohio
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Tracks of tornados including the Xenia, Ohio, tornado (37) that killed 30, injured over 1100, and destroyed over 1,000 homes. This outbreak was one of the most devastating in United States history as 127 tornadoes were documented in 11 states with 315 total killed, over 6,000 injured, and over 25,000 families suffering at least some loss.
United States, East Central

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