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National Weather Service personnel from Aberdeen, South Dakota have been actively involved with their community. This summer they participated in the annual Brown County Fair at the Aberdeen Fairgrounds. The booth was shared with Brown County Emergency Management and the Community Emergency Response Team. Jeff Zeltwanger (NWS) talks to interested children about NWS programs.
South Dakota, Aberdeen
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Greetings from St. Louis WFO! The Weather Forecast Office in St. Louis. An open house in October hosted more than 1,200 visitors. L-R back: Jon Carney, Steve Thomas, Doug Tilly, Jim Kramper. Middle Row: Karl Sieczynski, Fred Glass, Eric Sheridan, Scott Truett, Ben Sipprell. Front Row: Jim Sieveking, Mark Britt, Brandon Baker, Neil Hill, Eric Lenning, Ron Przybylinski.
Missouri, St. Louis 2007 October
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Greetings from St. Louis WFO! The Weather Forecast Office in St. Louis. An open house in October hosted more than 1,200 visitors where they met NWS staff and learned more about NWS products.
Missouri, St. Louis 2007 October
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Greetings from St. Louis WFO! The Weather Forecast Office in St. Louis. An open house in October hosted more than 1,200 visitors where they met NWS staff and learned more about NWS products.
Missouri, St. Louis 2007 October
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Bill Scaife leading his wife into Alaska. Triangulation party of William M. Scaife
Alaska, Interior 1923
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George C. Mattison - in charge of second C&GS photogrammetric mapping project Mapping of Mississippi Delta and Passes
1920
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Lt. F. D. Moran on right - flight mission with Aero Commander.
1966?
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C&GS Ship PIONEER wardroom. Standing L to R: Karwisch, McCaffrey ...... Patrick on end Sitting L to R: Harley Nygren, Horace Conerly, Captain William F. Deane, CME De Steuben, Miller Tonkel
1961
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First crew of NOAA Ship WHITING. Chief Boatswain "Pappy Haynes" tall man standing in middle
1963
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LCDR Commander John Bowie's base camp at Watertown, Yukon, Territory. L to R: David Sammons; Eli Packer, geodetic engineer; bush pilot Sam White Lieutenant Commander John Bowie; Mr Smith, Canadian IBC representative
Alaska? Canada? Watertown, Along the Alcan Highway 1943
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Last camp at the end of the trail. Oscar Risvold left center; Lester Odgers on right
Idaho 1945
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Along the road from Lima to Huancayo, Peru. Lieutenant Commander A. P. Ratti, C&GS, on right Lieutenant Colonel Pedro A. Delgado, Peruvian Army on right. Planning cooperative survey project with Peru
Peru, South America 1944
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Arctic Field Party: Robert Earle on left, Don Jones on right.
Alaska, Northern Ca. 1950
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Office tent at camp at Mile Post 253 on the Alcan Highway. L to R: Bachtel, David Sammons, Lieutenant Commander John Bowie Eli Packer, geodetic engineer
Canada, Yukon Territory 1943
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Admiral Eugene Taylor, NOAA Corps.
Ca. 1973
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PATHFINDER wardroom 1959. Front Row: Carter, Keltner, Stavran, Harper, Kinney Center Row: Nygren, Clark, Captain Rubottom, CME Gilgan, Popper. Back Row: Poor, McCall, Meiers, Taetz, Wiener, Newton, Ten Eyck, Degroot
Washington, Seattle 1959
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Wardroom of ?? Front Row: Bryant, Partington, Pierce, Healy, Ulm Back Row: ?,?, CME, ?,?, Williams, Tonkel
Ca. 1955
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Unidentified wardroom of unidentified ship. John Ellerbe is front row, far right
Ca. 1932
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Unidentified officer on unidentified ship.
Ca. 1930
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Wardroom of the PATHFINDER 1956.
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Wardroom of the PATHFINDER 1957.
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Wardroom of the PATHFINDER 1958.
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PATHFINDER petty officers ca. 1958.
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Crew of the PATHFINDER ca. 1958.
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PATHFINDER chief petty officers 1958.
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Elsie Karo, wife of C&GS Director H. Arnold Karo, at 150th Anniversary of C&GS with President Dwight D. Eisenhour.
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President Dwight David Eisenhower speaking at the 150th Anniversary of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Rear Admiral H. Arnold Karo is sitting to his left ( right side of picture.)
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Captains George Anderson and Fred Peacock reviewing survey work on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship HYDROGRAPHER while operating in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Retirement of Captain Gilbert T. Rude. Front row L-R - Captain Rude, Rear Admiral (UH) Leo Otis Colbert, Rear Admiral (LH) Jean Hawley in center of photo.
1948 Ca.
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Ensign J. Austin Yeager.
1959
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L-R -- Rear Admiral Jean Hawley, Commander Frank S. Borden, Rear Admiral Leo Otis Colbert, Captain Gilbert T. Rude.
1943 ca.
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L-R -- unidentified, Rear Admiral Raymond Stanton Patton, Director C&GS 1929- 1937, and Captain Gilbert T. Rude. On the occasion of the commissioning of the USC&GS Ship HYDROGRAPHER.
1931 ca.
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Captain Gilbert T. Rude and Rear Admiral Leo Otis Colbert on occasion of the retirement of Captain Rude.
1948 ca.
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Chief Engineer of the OCEANOGRAPHER and Lieutenant Clarence Burmister on the after deck of the USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER.
Virginia, Norfolk 1933 Ca.
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Officers and crew of the newly commissioned HYDROGRAPHER, Commander Gilbert T. Rude, commanding.
1931
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Wardroom of the SURVEYOR. Bill Scaife, second from right standing.
Alaska 1920 ca.
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Chief Engineer (note propeller on sleeve) and Lieutenant (j.g.) Clarence Burmister on the after deck of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship OCEANOGRAPHER.
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Lieutentants Robert A. Studds and Francis Gallen on the stern of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship PATHFINDER.
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Ferdinand Hassler directing the placement of the great theodolite on Fire Island.
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The great naturalist Louis Agassiz, the great mathematician and third superintendent of the Coast Survey Benjamin Peirce, and the former naval officer, hydrographic inspector and fourth superintendent of the Coast Survey Carlile P. Patterson.
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A hydrographic survey crew. Officer in charge is Francis X. Popper, with moustache and receding hairline.
Alaska, Aleutian Islands 1950 ca.
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First wardroom of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship PATHFINDER , 1899. Note collar insignia with U.S. This was just after the Navy had left the Coast Survey for good in the Spanish-American war and prior to the formation of a C&GS commissioned service.
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Carstons, John Bull, Price, William N. Martin, and Ray Tryon on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship OCEANOGRAPHER.
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Deck officers in training for a commission in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1932.
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Assistant W. I. Vinal in the captain's quarters of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Schooner MATCHLESS, ca. 1900.
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Bill Scaife's Alaska survey crew ca. 1924.
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Ship's wardroom . Front row A.P. Ratti, believe Harold Cotton, and Elliott P. Roberts. Rear row on right believe to be Emil Kirsch.
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Appears to be the chief boatswain and deckies on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship SURVEYOR.
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Major General George Gordon Meade, "Old Goggle-eyes", the victor at the Battle of Gettysburg. General Meade was head of the U. S. Lake Survey from 1857-1861, a forerunner of part of today's NOAA's Office of Coast Survey.
1863 ca.
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Reginald Fessenden, inventor of a transducer that converted electrical energy to sound energy while transmitting and sound energy to electrical energy while receiving, at work in his laboratory. Fessenden was a major developer of ocean acoustic instruments following the sinking of the TITANIC, during WWI, and following the war years.
1915 ca.

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