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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

1050 thumbnail picture
Dr. John F. Hayford, Chief of Division of Geodesy.
1909 circa
1051 thumbnail picture
Daniel L. Hazard, Assistant Chief of the Magnetic Division.
1930
1052 thumbnail picture
Lewis Heck, Chief of Geographic Names Branch and brother of Captain Nicholas Heck.
1053 thumbnail picture
Thomas J. Hickley, Chief of Electronics Division
1960 circa.
1054 thumbnail picture
George F. Jordan, cartographer and bathymetrist.
1956
1055 thumbnail picture
John D. Kay, during Second World War basically formed and operated a mini-Coast and Geodetic Survey within the American Fifth Army operating in Italy. Under his guidance approximately 25 million charts were produced for the Fifth Army and associated allies operating in Italy.
1940 circa
1056 thumbnail picture
Chief Petty Officer Charles D. Kearse, Chief Electronics Technician on the C&GS ship EXPLORER. He rose to become head of the Electronics and Engineering Division of the NOAA Office of Fleet Operations in the 1980's and was instrumental in helping modernize much of the NOAA fleet.
1960
1057 thumbnail picture
Louis P. Keyser, Chief Cartographic Photographer of the C&GS from 1924 to 1937, served with the C&GS from 1887 until 1937.
1937 circa
1058 thumbnail picture
Louis P. Keyser, Chief Cartographic Photographer of the C&GS from 1924 to 1937, with assistant Roscoe G. Searle. Looks like a row on the Potomac River.
1916 circa
1059 thumbnail picture
Walter D. Lambert, one of the C&GS great geodesists.
1949
1060 thumbnail picture
Dr. Embert A. Lelacheur, oceanographer
1953 December 31
1061 thumbnail picture
Gordon Littlepage, Chief of Reproduction Branch
1965 circa
1062 thumbnail picture
Buford K. Meade, geodesist
1956 circa
1063 thumbnail picture
Buford K. Meade, geodesist
1956 circa
1064 thumbnail picture
William Mussetter, Associate Geodetic Engineer, a field man.
1931 April
1065 thumbnail picture
Frank Neumann, seismologist
1940 circa?
1066 thumbnail picture
Frank Neumann, seismologist
1954 December
1067 thumbnail picture
Hyman Orlin, geophysicist
1960 circa
1068 thumbnail picture
Douglas Parkhurst, Chief of Instrument Division
1950 circa
1069 thumbnail picture
Albert K. Ludy and family, Tucson Observatory
1935 circa
1070 thumbnail picture
Ralph Bodle, geophysicist at Cheltenham Observatory
1950 circa
1071 thumbnail picture
Locke Cranford, Chief Engineer on the C&GS Ship EXPLORER
1958 July
1072 thumbnail picture
Joel Campbell, geophysicist
1945 circa
1073 thumbnail picture
C.N. Conover, vessel Chief Engineer
1920 circa
1074 thumbnail picture
C.N. Conover, vessel Chief Engineer
1920 circa
1075 thumbnail picture
Washington Post retirement notice of George W. Clarvoe, retiring after 51 years service as patternmaker. Clarvoe had a great quote on the occasion of his passing 50 years service: "The first fifty years are the hardest, of course . I have made some errors during this first 50 years, but I will try to correct them in the next."
1076 thumbnail picture
John W. Clift, Chief Writer (yeoman) on the C&GS schooner MATCHLESS, the last C&GS sailing vessel.
1910 circa
1077 thumbnail picture
William Masker, Library and Archives Division.
1916
1078 thumbnail picture
Dr. Hellmut Schmid, pioneer and leader of satellite triangulation in the Coast and Geodetic Survey, designer of the BC-4 camera system.
1965 circa
1079 thumbnail picture
Dr. Harris B. Stewart, first chief oceanographer of the Coast and Geodetic Survey and founder of NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories.
1960 March
1080 thumbnail picture
Albert A. Stanley, Special Assistant to the Director of the C&GS.
1955 circa
1081 thumbnail picture
Lansing Simmons, mathematician and former C&GS officer
1956
1082 thumbnail picture
Austin Poling
1956
1083 thumbnail picture
Howard Rappleye on duty as First Lieutenant in the Army during World War I. He was one of the original commissioned officers of the Coast and Geodetic Survey
1918
1084 thumbnail picture
Howard S. Rappleye.
1953 March
1085 thumbnail picture
Donald A. Rice, geodesist.
1947 September 22
1086 thumbnail picture
Donald A. Rice, geodesist.
1960 circa
1087 thumbnail picture
Raymond L. Ross, first chief of Airways Mapping Section, the forerunner of the Aeronautical Charting Division.
1927 July
1088 thumbnail picture
Thomas L. Shea, Jr. Chief of the Presswork Section. Entered on duty in 1913.
1953 August
1089 thumbnail picture
Leland P. Shidy, Chief of Division of Tides, served in C&GS from May 20, 1873, until July 31, 1930, over 57 years.
1925 March 5
1090 thumbnail picture
William Shofnos, Deputy Chief of Oceanography Divison of National Ocean Survey until retirement in 1973.
1950 circa
1091 thumbnail picture
Albert Stanley, Executive Assistant to the Director of C&GS
1970 circa
1092 thumbnail picture
Anthony Studds, son of Rear Admiral Robert Anthony Studds, served as a cartographic aid with the Coast and Geodetic Survey over a number of summers while in college. He went on to join the United States Marines and rose to the rank of Major General and culminated his career as commanding officer of the San Diego Marine Corps Recruit Depot.
1954 circa
1093 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1094 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1095 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1096 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1097 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1098 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe
1099 thumbnail picture
Ray Longfellow Schoppe

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