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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

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Back row - Philip Weber, Ira Rubottom, Arthur Wardwell, William Weidlich, Frank Seymour (CME), George Shelton, Clarence Burmister. Front row - John Schultz, Edwin Baum, Leonard Hubbard, Roland Horne (CO), Augustus Ratti (XO), Dr . Leary, Raymond Stone, Edwin Dorner. Wardroom of EXPLORER 1945. Ship operated out of Massacre Bay, Attu. 1st survey after Japanese evacuated.
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Captain Raymond M. Stone, Commanding Officer of the C&GS Ship HYDROGRAPHER. October 1962.
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Lieutenant Raymond M. Stone as seen coming on board the C&GS Ship EXPLORER, after spending a day ashore on Attu Island engaged in signal building and topographic surveying. July 4, 1945. Snow still seen on background mountains.
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Lieutenant Raymond M. Stone observing angles during triangulation survey at C&GS Station CASS, a 1st Order station. Using a Parkhurst 9" theodolite. In the vicinity of Willcox, Arizona, April 1946.
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Captain Raymond M. Stone - Circa 1965.
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L to R - Lt. Philip A. Weber, Lt. (j.g.) John E. Schultz, Lt. (j.g.) Edwin A. Dorner, and Lt. Raymond M. Stone. Part of wardroom of C&GS Ship EXPLORER. September 1945, Massacre Bay, Attu.
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Ensign Raymond M. Stone and Ensign Norman Porter on board the C&GS Ship LYDONIA at Norfolk, Virginia. February 14, 1942. Porter joined the C&GS Oct. 1, 1940 and Stone, December 16, 1940. Porter was assigned to the Marines while Stone remained in the C&GS during WWII.
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Lt. (j.g.) Ray Stone off the C&GS Ship E. LESTER JONES observing triangulation at Station CAMEL 1943 on Kovurof Point, Atka Island. June 30, 1943.
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Signal building party off the C&GS Ship E. LESTER JONES at Station SALT 1943, on Salt Island, near Atka. May 7, 1943. Officer in charge was Lt. ( j.g.) Ray Stone, 3rd from left.
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Signal building party from C&GS wire drag vessels MARINDIN and OGDEN on Sharps Island, Maryland. The ships were stationed at Cambridge. January 2, 1943.
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Lt. (j.g.) Ray Stone with reconnaissance party recovering a triangulation mark established by C&GS at Cape Kudugnak, Atka Island. August 29, 1943. Crew off off C&GS Ship E. LESTER JONES.
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Lt. (j.g.) Ray Stone on right with a topographic party off the C&GS Ship E. LESTER JONES at Excursion Inlet, Southeast Alaska. October 19, 1943.
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Lt. (j.g.) Ray Stone off the C&GS Ship E. LESTER JONES observing a vertical sextant angle at Station CAVE on Cape Korovin, Atka Island. May 17, 1943.
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Louis A. Bauer.
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John Fleming.
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Robert Simpson on left, co-developer of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Intensity Scale.
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Ensign Harley Nygren, future head of NOAA Corps.
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Fisheries scientist Townsend Cromwell
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Second NOAA Administrator Richard A. Frank.
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First modern C&GS Officer Training Class on board the C&GS Ship EXPLORER, June 20, 1960. L to R - Commander Raymond M. Stone, training officer, Ensign George A. Maul, Ensign James Collins, and Ensign Thomas E. Krakowski. This first modern training class ran from April through June and consisted of 6 trainees.
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First modern C&GS Officer Training Class on board the C&GS Ship EXPLORER, June 20, 1960. L to R - Commander Raymond M. Stone, training officer, Ensign R. Lawrence Swanson, Ensign Bernard F. Karwisch, and Ensign Paul W. Hund, Jr. This first modern training class ran from April through June and consisted of 6 trainees.
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Fifth modern C&GS Officer Training Class on board the C&GS Ship EXPLORER, July 21, 1961. L to R - Commander Raymond M. Stone, training officer, Ensign Gerald Fussell, Deck Officer Richard P. Bertocchi, Ensign Arthur L. Moshos, Ensign Horstas A. Uzpurvis, Ensign Andrew Tczap, Deck Officer William C. Page, and Ensign Paul A. Chernoff.
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Fifth modern C&GS Officer Training Class on board the C&GS Ship EXPLORER, July 21, 1961. L to R - Ensign Gerald Fussell, Ensign Andrew Tczap, Commander Raymond M. Stone, training officer, and Deck Officer William C. Page.
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Group photo of Employee Relations Conference at ESSA Headquarters, Rockville, Maryland on May 7, 1968. ESSA Administrator and future first NOAA Administrator Dr. Robert M. White is in the right center, to his left Rear Admiral Don Jones, Director of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Second row on the left is Captain Ray Stone, Captain Howard Cole, and Rear Admiral Norman Taylor, all of C&GS.
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Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary, who during his quest for the Pole conducted tidal observations in the Arctic Ocean.
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Group photo of Employee Relations Conference at ESSA Headquarters, Rockville, Maryland on May 7, 1968. ESSA Administrator and future first NOAA Administrator Dr. Robert M. White is in the right center, to his left Rear Admiral Don Jones, Director of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Second row on the left is Captain Ray Stone, Captain Howard Cole, and Rear Admiral Norman Taylor, all of C&GS.
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Charles Kearse, Chief Electronics Technician on the EXPLORER records tellurometer distance measurements observed by Commander Ray Stone at Swan Island in the Caribbean during C&GS Ship EXPLORER expedition from West Coast base to East Coast base in January - April 1960.
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Spencer Fullerton Baird, first United States Commissioner of Fisheries, tenure 1871-1878.
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George Brown Goode, second United States Commissioner of Fisheries, tenure 1887-1888.
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Marshall McDonald, third United States Commissioner of Fisheries, tenure 1888-1895.
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John J. Brice, fourth United States Commissioner of Fisheries, tenure 1896-1898.
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George M. Bowers, fifth United States Commissioner of Fisheries, tenure 1898-
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Major General Adolphus Washington Greely, head of the weather service, 1887-1891 .
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General Albert J. Myer, first head of a national weather service, 1870-1880.
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General William Babcock Hazen, head of the weather service 1880-1887.
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Professor Mark W. Harrington, head of the weather service 1891-1895.
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Professor Willis L. Moore, head of the Weather Bureau 1895-1913.
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Dr. Willis L. Gregg, head of the Weather Bureau 1934-1938.
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Professor Charles F. Marvin, head of the Weather Bureau 1913-1934.
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Dr. Francis W. Reichelderfer, head of the Weather Bureau 1938-1963.
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Dr. Robert M. White, head of the Weather Bureau 1963-1965. Dr. White was the first and only Administrator of ESSA from 1965-1970, and then the first Administrator of NOAA.
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Dr. George P. Cressman, head of the Weather Bureau 1965-1979.
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Dr. Richard E. Hallgren, head of the National Weather Service, 1979-1988.
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Dr. Elbert W. "Joe" Friday, head of the National Weather Service, 1988-1997.
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Robert S. Winokur, head of the National Weather Service, 1997-1998.
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Professor Charles F. Marvin, (1858-1943) head of the Weather Bureau 1913-1934.
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Dr. William Jackson Humphreys, the meteorological physicist of the Weather Bureau, wrote the "Physics of the Air" in 1920.
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Dr. Herbert Harvey Kimball, 1862-1944. In 1908 instituted investigations of solar radiation within the Weather Bureau and was a leader in this field until his death.
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Joseph Burton Kincer, early Weather Service climatologist and an early advocate of the concept of climate change.

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