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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

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Headstone of Raymond Stanton Patton. 12th Director of the Coast and Geodetic Survey
1937
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Raymond Stanton Patton (l). 12th Director of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. First commissioned officer to head C&GS First C&GS Rear Admiral
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Robert Peary in the Arctic. Under order to observe tides for C&GS during North Pole expedition. Also observed bathymetry Peary served as a draftsman with the C&GS early in his career
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Robert Peary. As a Navy officer surveying in Nicaragua. Peary served as a draftsman with the C&GS early in his career
1885?
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Benjamin Peirce. 3rd Superintendent of the Coast Survey. Harvard mathematician and astronomer
1870?
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Benjamin Peirce. 3rd Superintendent of the Coast Survey. Harvard mathematician and astronomer
1870?
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Benjamin Peirce. 3rd Superintendent of the Coast Survey. Harvard mathematician and astronomer
1860?
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Benjamin Peirce. 3rd Superintendent of the Coast Survey. Harvard mathematician and astronomer
1860?
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Charles Sanders Peirce. Great philosopher, scientist, and mathematician. Served 30 years with the Coast and Geodetic Survey
1870?
1109 thumbnail picture
Ralph Pfau. Chief of New York computing office
New York 1938
1110 thumbnail picture
Rear Admiral John Elliott Pillsbury. Conducted classic Gulf Stream studies on the BLAKE in 1880's
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Francis X. Popper. Observing salinity measurements on the EXPLORER. Served in Philippines in WWII and received Silver Star and Bronze Star Medals
1950
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David Dixon Porter. Civil War hero, served with Coast Survey seven years. Brother-in-law of Carlile Patterson and George M. Bache
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David Dixon Porter. Civil War hero, served with Coast Survey seven years. Brother-in-law of Carlile Patterson and George M. Bache
1865?
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Norman Porter. On LYDONIA. Served with Marines in WWII Went into private surveying practice after war
1940
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Bob Pryce - self portrait while in a helicopter. Mr. Pryce served for over thirty years on geodetic field parties.
1955?
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Henry S. Pritchett. Ninth Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Made Bureau of Standards an autonomous agency during his tenure
1900?
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Harry D. Reed. On the HYDROGRAPHER
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Cleveland Rockwell. Served with Coast Survey from 1850's through late 1880's. Served as topographer in many theaters of Civil War
United States Eastern 1864?
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Cleveland Rockwell. Served with Coast Survey from 1850's through late 1880's. Served as topographer in many theaters of Civil War Rockwell became an artist of some note and retired in Portland, Oregon
Oregon, Portland 1885?
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John Rodgers. Served over three years with Coast Survey in early 1850's. Commanded North Pacific exploring expedition Rodgers was well-known for Civil War exploits
1860?
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John Rodgers. Served over three years with Coast Survey in early 1850's. Commanded North Pacific exploring expedition
1870?
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J. S. Rosenthal. With group of Bilans and Chinese storekeeper
Philippines 1923
1123 thumbnail picture
Roger Rowse. On the maiden voyage of the WESTDAHL
Alaska 1929
1124 thumbnail picture
Gilbert T. Rude. As a young aid
1904?
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Gilbert T. Rude. Post World War I
1930?
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Gilbert T. Rude. Post World War I
1930?
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Gilbert T. Rude. During World War I as a naval officer
1918?
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Gilbert T. Rude. Just prior to retirement
1945?
1129 thumbnail picture
William C. Russell. "Rusty" Russell. Served with Army 14th Field Artillery Observation Battalion in WWII
Trinidad 1940
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Benjamin F. Sands. Served many years with Coast Survey prior to Civil War. Besides commanding ships for the Survey, served as chief of topographic party
1870?
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William M. Scaife. As young officer on SIALIA. Aftermath of helping out in the engine room
1919
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William M. Scaife. On hand car on Anchorage to Fairbanks railroad
Alaska Central 1923
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William M. Scaife. With wife in interior of Alaska
Alaska Central 1923
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William M. Scaife. Taking a breather
Alaska Central 1924
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William M. Scaife. Getting there the hard way. No helicopters in 1924
Alaska Central 1924
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William M. Scaife. All tuckered out
1924
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William M. Scaife. Trying his hand at surfing on the way out to the Philippines
Hawaii, Honolulu 1926
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William M. Scaife. Ready to cross Twin Glacier. Bill Scaife with rope
Alaska, Southeast 1929
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William M. Scaife. As executive officer on the LYDONIA
Atlantic coast 1930
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Charles Anton Schott. Great mathematician, geodesist, geophysicist, and climatologist. Lead the effort to survey the 39th Parallel
Washington, D.C. 1890?
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Louis A. Sengteller.
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Charles D. Sigsbee. Commanded the Coast Survey Steamer BLAKE. Invented Sigsbee Sounding Machine With Alexander Agassiz was first to use steel cable for deepsea oceanography. Known for commanding the MAINE when sunk at Havana
1890?
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Charles D. Sigsbee. Commanded the Coast Survey Steamer BLAKE. Invented Sigsbee Sounding Machine With Alexander Agassiz was first to use steel cable for deepsea oceanography. Known for commanding the MAINE when sunk at Havana
1890?
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Charles D. Sigsbee. Commanded the Coast Survey Steamer BLAKE. Invented Sigsbee Sounding Machine With Alexander Agassiz was first to use steel cable for deepsea oceanography. Known for commanding the MAINE when sunk at Havana
1890?
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Lansing Simmons. On triangulation party. Served as commissioned officer then as civilian mathematician
Texas 1924
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Paul A. Smith. United States delegate to International Civil Aviation Organization. Headed aeronautical charting during WWII
1951
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Alfred M. Sobieralski. As second officer on the PATTERSON
1913
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Joseph D. Sosbee. Killed in crash of photogrammetric aircraft on Mt. Moffatt in the Aleutians.
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Isaac Ingalls Stevens. Second Assistant-in-charge of Coast Survey office. Increased efficiency of office. Became first governor of Washington Territory - then Union Major General. Killed at Chantilly, Virginia in 1862
1860?

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