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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

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Alexander Agassiz, Professor at Harvard University, (1835 - 1910) conducted several oceanographic expeditions on the U.S.S. ALBATROSS and one of the contributors to the fund to purchase land for the U. S. Fisheries Laboratory. P. 30.
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H. V. Wilson, Professor at North Carolina University and Director of the U.S. Fisheries Laboratory at Woods Hole. P. 56. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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Edwin Linton, Professor at Pennsylvania University. Was associated with the Fisheries Laboratory as an independent investigator from 1882 to 1941. P. 58. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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Charles B. Wilson, Professor at State Teacher's College in Westfield, Mass. For many years studied parasitic and free-living copepods of the Woods Hole area and other parts of the United States.
1930 ca.
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Francis B. Sumner, Director of the Laboratory, 1904-1910. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
1937
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Hugh M. Smith, ichthyologist, Commissioner of Fisheries, 1913-22. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
1935 ca.
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Hugh M. Smith, center on collecting trip to Marthas Vineyard. Left to right: F. E. Chidester, P. S. Galtsoff, H.M. Smith, R. A. Goffin, C.J. Fish. P. 68. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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N. A. Cobb, nematologist of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and summer investigator at Woods Hole Laboratory. P. 76. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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Henry B. Bigelow, Professor at Harvard University on the deck of the U.S.S. GRAMPUS during the explorations in the Gulf of Maine (1912-14) conducted for the Bureau of Fisheries. P. 81. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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O. E. Sette, Director of the Laboratory in 1929, examining larval mackerel. P. 82. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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O.E. Sette measures and marks small mackerel (not seen under his gloved hands) assisted by R.A. Goffin (at left). "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
1933 Summer
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Albert M. Day, Director of the Fish and Wildlife Service, 1945 to 1952. P. 91. "The Story of the BCF Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts," by P. S.
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Rear Admiral (UH) Seaton Schroeder, USN, 1849 - 1922, first executive officer of the US Fisheries Commission Steamer ALBATROSS. Served under Commander Zera Luther Tanner from 1882 to 1885.
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Charles Anton Schott, great mathematician and chief geodesist of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Served with the C&GS from 1848 until his death in 1903.
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Alexander Dallas Bache, second Superintendent of the Coast Survey, and first President of the National Academy of Sciences. In: "... National Academy of Sciences 1863-1913", p. 33.
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Alexander Agassiz, oceanographer, engineer, great industrialist. A great benefactor of oceanography, sailed on both the C&GS Ship BLAKE and Fish Commission Steamer ALBATROSS. Instrumental making steel cable instead of hemp rope the material used for dredging and other oceanographic operations.
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Count Louis Francois de Pourtales (1824-1880). In: National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir V, p. 78.
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Count Louis Francois de Pourtales (1824-1880). In: National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir V, p. 78.
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Captain Tunis A. M. Craven, U.S.N., worked on the Coast Survey for about fifteen years prior to the Civil War. Was skipper of the TECUMSEH which was sunk by a mine in Mobile Bay at the beginning of the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864. He died in this battle.
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Major General Andrew A. Humphreys, U.S. Volunteers, Chief of Staff, Army of the Potomac.
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Rear Admiral S. R. Franklin, USN. Served on the Brig Dolphin attempting deep- sea soundings in 1852-53.
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Joseph Henry, first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, good friend of Alexander Dallas Bache, 2nd superintendent of the Coast Survey.
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Jerome Namias, 1910-1997, ESSA's top forecaster, lead Weather Bureau long-term forecaster for 30 years, 1941-1971, and then research meteorologist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
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Secretary of Commerce William Verity being sworn in as Ronald Reagan looks on.
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Secretary of Commerce William Verity being sworn in as Ronald Reagan looks on.
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President William Jefferson Clinton and Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown.
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Ronald Harmon Brown, 1941 - 1996, thirtieth Secretary of Commerce.
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Ronald Harmon Brown, 1941 - 1996, thirtieth Secretary of Commerce.
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Barbara Hackman Franklin, 1940- , twenty-ninth Secretary of Commerce.
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Barbara Hackman Franklin, 1940- , twenty-ninth Secretary of Commerce.
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Robert Adam Mosbacher, 1927-, twenty-eighth Secretary of Commerce.
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Robert Adam Mosbacher, 1927-, twenty-eighth Secretary of Commerce.
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C. William Verity, 1917-, twenty-seventh Secretary of Commerce.
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C. William Verity, 1917-, twenty-seventh Secretary of Commerce.
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Malcom Baldrige, 1922-1987, twenty-sixth Secretary of Commerce.
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Malcom Baldrige, 1922-1987, twenty-sixth Secretary of Commerce.
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Philip M. Klutznick, 1907- ,twenty-fifth Secretary of Commerce.
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Philip M. Klutznick, 1907- ,twenty-fifth Secretary of Commerce.
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Juanita Morris Kreps, 1921 - ,twenty-fourth Secretary of Commerce.
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Juanita Morris Kreps, 1921 - ,twenty-fourth Secretary of Commerce.
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Elliott Lee Richardson, 1920 - , twenty-third Secretary of Commerce.
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Elliott Lee Richardson, 1920 - , twenty-third Secretary of Commerce.
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Rogers Clark Ballard Morton, 1914 - , twenty-second Secretary of Commerce.
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Rogers Clark Ballard Morton, 1914 - , twenty-second Secretary of Commerce.
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Frederick Baily Dent, 1922 - twenty-first Secretary of Commerce.
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Frederick Baily Dent, 1922 - twenty-first Secretary of Commerce.
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Peter George Peterson, 1926 - , twentieth Secretary of Commerce.
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Peter George Peterson, 1926 - , twentieth Secretary of Commerce.
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Maurice Hubert Stans, 1908 - , nineteenth Secretary of Commerce.
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Maurice Hubert Stans, 1908 - , nineteenth Secretary of Commerce.

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