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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

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William Healy Dall.
1651 thumbnail picture
George Miffllin Dallas. Vice-President under President Polk. Uncle of Alexander Dallas Bache
1652 thumbnail picture
George Davidson. As a young man
1653 thumbnail picture
George Davidson. In middle age
1654 thumbnail picture
George Davidson. As sketched by Cleveland Rockwell reading a newspaper
1655 thumbnail picture
George Davidson.
1883?
1656 thumbnail picture
George Davidson
1880?
1657 thumbnail picture
George Davidson. In old age on the steamer SPOKANE
June 20, 1907
1658 thumbnail picture
Rear Admiral Charles Henry Davis. Served on Coast Survey under both Ferdinand Hassler and Alexander Bache. Intellectual, helped found National Academy of Sciences Brother-in-law of Benjamin Peirce
1659 thumbnail picture
William F. Deane
1660 thumbnail picture
Richard B. Derickson
1661 thumbnail picture
E. F. Dickins. Assistant in the Coast and Geodetic Survey
1880?
1662 thumbnail picture
Philip C. Doran. Shipboard in dress whites
Philippine Islands 1932?
1663 thumbnail picture
Philip C. Doran. Taking it easy after a hard field season
Philippine Islands
1664 thumbnail picture
Boatswain Eden. Described as a typical deepsea sailor. On the LYDONIA
1665 thumbnail picture
Ernest Eickelberg. As a young C&GS deck officer
1666 thumbnail picture
Ernest Eickelberg.
1667 thumbnail picture
William Eimbeck. Assistant in the C&GS. Led 39th Parallel triangulation through Rocky Mountains and Great Basin
1668 thumbnail picture
John Ellerbe.
1669 thumbnail picture
Commander George F. Emmons
1670 thumbnail picture
George A. Fairfield. Assistant in the C&GS
1671 thumbnail picture
"Jay Bird" Fairfield. Probably Walter A. Fairfield, son of George A. Fairfield
1672 thumbnail picture
Robert Lee Faris
1673 thumbnail picture
Farquhar. Hydrographic draftsman on the West Coast
1882?
1674 thumbnail picture
Robert Fauntleroy. Mentor of George Davidson, father of his future wife. Died of cholera on Texas coast in 1848
1675 thumbnail picture
James Ferguson. Senior Assistant under Ferdinand Hassler. Became lifelong enemy of Alexander Dallas Bache
1676 thumbnail picture
William Ferrel. "The Father of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics". Served many years with the Coast Survey and then the Weather Service
1677 thumbnail picture
Gustavus Vasa Fox. Assistant Secretary of the Navy during Civil War. Served on Coast Survey in 1840's
1678 thumbnail picture
Harry "Coffee" Garber. On LYDONIA
Virginia, Norfolk February, 1940
1679 thumbnail picture
William M. Gibson
1680 thumbnail picture
John J. Gilbert. Assistant in the C&GS
1883?
1681 thumbnail picture
Captain James M. Gilliss
1682 thumbnail picture
Ross Gilmore. On the PIONEER
1683 thumbnail picture
Ross Gilmore. On the PIONEER
1684 thumbnail picture
Benjamin Apthorp Gould. 1824-1896
1685 thumbnail picture
Lyman D. Graham. On the WESTDAHL
1930
1686 thumbnail picture
Sam Grenell. On the PIONEER
1687 thumbnail picture
Jack Guth. Operating EPI gear
1688 thumbnail picture
W. Byron Hale. Aerial photographer with nine-lens camera and film
1689 thumbnail picture
W. Byron Hale. Aerial photographer with nine-lens camera. At 24,000 feet on B-29 over Alaska
1690 thumbnail picture
Eoline R. Hand. Fifth from right with long-sleeve white shirt. With Navy crew used to do hydrography at Lahaina Roads
Hawaii, Maui 1923
1691 thumbnail picture
Eoline R. Hand. Hand is plotting fix with three-arm plastic protractor. With Navy crew used to do hydrography at Lahaina Roads
Hawaii, Maui 1923
1692 thumbnail picture
Rollin A. Harris.
1900?
1693 thumbnail picture
Thomas Alexander Harrison. With C&GS from 1874-1878. Then became well-known artist
1876?
1694 thumbnail picture
Thomas Alexander Harrison. Self-portrait when an old man. With C&GS from 1874-1878
1920?
1695 thumbnail picture
Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler. 1st Superintendent of the Coast Survey. 1770-1843
1696 thumbnail picture
Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler. 1st Superintendent of the Coast Survey. 1770-1843
1697 thumbnail picture
John F. Hayford. Head of Division of Geodesy
1902?
1698 thumbnail picture
Nicholas L. Heck. Fully developed wiredrag, invented Radio Acoustic Ranging. Head of Divsion of Terrestrial Magnetism and Seismology
1940?
1699 thumbnail picture
Thomas Hickley. Co-developer of Electronic Position Indicator with Clarence Burmister
1950?

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