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Hoobastank performs at Bayfest 2011 on Marine Corps

Hoobastank performs at Bayfest 2011 on Marine Corps

Hoobastank performs at Bayfest 2011 on Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, July 16, 2011. Bayfest is Hawaii's largest music festival.

Sailors assigned to USS Constitution perform 17th century boarding pike drills during the Salem Maritime Festival.

Sailors assigned to USS Constitution perform 17th century boarding pik...

SALEM, Mass. (Aug. 06, 2011) Sailors assigned to USS Constitution perform 17th century boarding pike drills during the Salem Maritime Festival. The festival drew approximately 3,000 people with more than 25 exh... More

Sailors row 1600 meters during a triathlon aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).

Sailors row 1600 meters during a triathlon aboard the aircraft carrier...

ARABIAN SEA (Feb. 04, 2011) Sailors row 1600 meters during a triathlon aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area o... More

Sailors aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard conduct a stern gate marriage with Landing Craft Utility 1680.

Sailors aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard conduct a stern gate marriage ...

SAN DIEGO (Nov. 04, 2011) Sailors assigned to the deck department aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) conduct a stern gate marriage with Landing Craft Utility 1680. (U.S. Navy photo ... More

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya.

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the...

TRIPOLI, Libya (Dec. 17, 2011) U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya, where as many as 13 U.S. Sailors are buried, killed in 1804 when the Navy ship Int... More

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya.

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the...

TRIPOLI, Libya (Dec. 17, 2011) U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, accompanied by U.S. Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, commander U.S. Africa Command, leaves his personal coin at a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli... More

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya.

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the...

TRIPOLI, Libya (Dec. 17, 2011) U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, accompanied by U.S. Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, commander U.S. Africa Command, left, presents a wreath at a cemetery on the shores of T... More

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya.

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the...

TRIPOLI, Libya (Dec. 17, 2011) U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, right, tours a cemetery on the shores of Tripoli, Libya, where as many as 13 U.S. Sailors are buried, killed in 1804 when the Navy ship Int... More

Helen Marie Gunz

Helen Marie Gunz

90-105, 9, Portraits Gui-Guz; "Helen Marie Gunz served as Assistant Librarian at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, with Hazel Gay (see SIA Digital No. 2008-1852)."

John Lawson was one of eight African-American Sailors who earned the Medal of Honor for their valor in Civil War battles

John Lawson was one of eight African-American Sailors who earned the M...

HISTORIC PHOTO (Oct. 04, 2011) John Lawson was one of eight African-American Sailors who earned the Medal of Honor for their valor in Civil War battles. During the Battle of Mobile Bay on Aug. 5, 1864, Lawson w... More

Winifred Phillips Hathaway

Winifred Phillips Hathaway

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Has-Hau"; "Winifred Phillips Hathaway (1870?-1954), Associate Director, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, had just received the Leslie Dana Gold Medal at the June 1937 As... More

Unidentified woman; psychologist Clark Leonard Hull

Unidentified woman; psychologist Clark Leonard Hull

90-105, 9B, "Portraits, Hu-Hub"; "Unidentified woman; psychologist Clark Leonard Hull (1884-1952); and psychologist James Burt Miner (1873-1943), taken by Marjorie Van de Water, at the American Psychological As... More

Portraits, Has-Hau

Portraits, Has-Hau

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Has-Hau"; "(left to right): An unidentified woman (possibly Alice Haskins) sitting with U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry, botanists Lucia McCulloch (1873-1955), C... More

Mechanical engineer Alfred E. Gibson

Mechanical engineer Alfred E. Gibson

90-105, 9, Unmarked Folder #1; "Mechanical engineer Alfred E. Gibson (b. 1883?) and his wife are shown observing a welding operation, 1938. The couple, who were both involved in The Wellman Engineering Company... More

Botanist Marian Irwin Osterhout

Botanist Marian Irwin Osterhout

90-105, 9B, "Portraits, In-Iz"; "Botanist Marian Irwin Osterhout (1888-1973) was educated at Bryn Mawr and Radcliffe (Ph.D., 1919) and later worked at Rockefeller Institute, 1925-1933. Her research specialty w... More

nnings"; "Johns Hopkins University protozoologist Herbert Spencer Jennings (1868-1947) and his wife

nnings"; "Johns Hopkins University protozoologist Herbert Spencer Jenn...

90-105, 10, "Portraits, Herbert S. Jennings"; "Johns Hopkins University protozoologist Herbert Spencer Jennings (1868-1947) and his wife. This is most likely his first wife, artist Mary Louise Burridge Jenning... More

Pauline Gracia Beery Mack

Pauline Gracia Beery Mack

90-105, 13, "Portraits, Maca-Macz"; "Pauline Gracia Beery Mack (1891-1974) was a chemist-nutritionist who moved to Texas Women’s University from Penn State in the early 1950s. Skilled at administration and at o... More

Marian G. Hogan

Marian G. Hogan

90-105, 9B, "Portraits, Hoa-Hog"; "Marian G. Hogan was described on the reverse of the photograph as ""President of Weatter [or Wealter] Services, Inc., 41 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Massachusetts."""

Zoologist Elizabeth T. Kinney

Zoologist Elizabeth T. Kinney

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Kin-Kiq"; Zoologist Elizabeth T. Kinney was at the University of Pittsburgh when this photograph was taken.

Mary Greig

Mary Greig

90-105, 9, "Greig, Mary- Griffith, Igor"; "Mary Greig was an assistant in the department of public health, American Museum of Natural History, New York."

Helen M. Hierholzer

Helen M. Hierholzer

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hia-Hig"; "Helen M. Hierholzer was a psychologist at Catholic University who, with Harriette E. Linfert, developed a scale for measuring the mental development of infants during the firs... More

Louise Harrison

Louise Harrison

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Harr"; Louise Harrison is identified as conducting research in anatomy at the Medical School of Washington University.

Louise Harrison

Louise Harrison

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Harr"; Louise Harrison is identified as conducting research in anatomy at the Medical School of Washington University.

SIA2008-3528 coat of arms

SIA2008-3528 coat of arms

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hars-Hart"; "Constance Endicott Hartt (1900-1984), known for her research on sugarcane, had taught biology at St. Lawrence University and Connecticut College for Women before moving to H... More

Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox

Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hea-Hed"; "U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) botanists Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974), and Florence Hedges (1878-1956). Quirk was assistant to the senior plant path... More

Eleanor Anthony King

Eleanor Anthony King

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Kin-Kiq"; "Eleanor Anthony King (1901-1949) editor of Audubon Magazine and author of Bible Plants for American Gardens (Macmillan, 1941)."

Charlotte Gower Chapman

Charlotte Gower Chapman

90-105, 9, Portraits Gov-Goz; "Charlotte Gower Chapman (1902-1982), an ethnologist and author of Milocca: A Sicilian Village, was teaching at Lingnan University in China when the United States entered World War... More

SIA2008-5182, Tanzania

SIA2008-5182, Tanzania

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Leakey, Louis S.B."; "Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey (1903-1972) and his wife, archeologist and anthropologist Mary Douglas Nicol Leakey (1913-1996), digging at Oduvai Gorge, Tanzania, Africa."

Libbie Henrietta Hyman

Libbie Henrietta Hyman

90-105, 9B, Biog. Hus-Hy; "Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1888-1969) graduated from the University of Chicago in 1910 and earned a Ph.D. degree from Chicago in 1915. She stayed at the university with an appointment a... More

Wyoming native June Etta Downey

Wyoming native June Etta Downey

90-105, 7, Portraits Dos-Doz; "Wyoming native June Etta Downey (1875-1932) was a professor of philosophy and psychology at the University of Wyoming, 1915-1932. She became close friends with chemist E.E. Sloss... More

Florence Hedges

Florence Hedges

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hea-Hed"; "Florence Hedges (1878-1956) was a pioneering plant pathologist who worked for most of her career at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry."

Geneticist Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key

Geneticist Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Ker-Kez"; Geneticist Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key (b. 1872) was the author of Heredity and Social Fitness (1920).

Marie Agnes Hinrichs

Marie Agnes Hinrichs

90-105, 9B, Portraits Hin-Hjo-Hl; "Marie Agnes Hinrichs (b. 1892) received her Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Chicago in 1923. After teaching at the university from 1926 to 1934, Hinrichs received an ... More

Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key

Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Ker-Kez"; Geneticist Wilhelmine Marie Euteman Key (b. 1872) was the author of Heredity and Social Fitness (1920).

Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood

Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Har"; "From 1916 to 1957, Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood (1885-1979) directed the Maria Mitchell Observatory on Nantucket Island, and ran its female-founded and female-run n... More

Margaret Alger Hayden

Margaret Alger Hayden

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hav-Haz"; Margaret Alger Hayden (b. 1884) was a professor of chemistry at Wellesley College during the 1920s.

Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood

Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Har"; "From 1916 to 1957, Harvard College astronomer Margaret Harwood (1885-1979) directed the Maria Mitchell Observatory on Nantucket Island, and ran its female-founded and female-run n... More

Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller

Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hek-Hem"; "Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller (b. 1891) worked at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. The photograph was taken by Watson Davis at a scientific meeting in Toro... More

Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller

Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hek-Hem"; "Bacteriologist Hilda Hempl Heller (b. 1891) worked at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. The photograph was taken by Watson Davis at a scientific meeting in Toro... More

Margaret Morris Hoskins

Margaret Morris Hoskins

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Has-Hau"; "After teaching in the department of microscopic anatomy at the University of Arkansas Medical School, 1921-1925, Margaret Morris Hoskins (1886-1955) joined the department of d... More

Russian soil chemist A.N. Goudilina

Russian soil chemist A.N. Goudilina

90-105, 9, Portraits Gov-Goz; "Russian soil chemist A.N. Goudilina was attending the First International Congress of Soil Science conference in Washington, D.C., June 13-22, 1927, when this photograph was taken... More

Ninth International Congress of Psychology, held at Yale University

Ninth International Congress of Psychology, held at Yale University

90-105, 11, "Biog., Vernon Kellogg"; "This candid photograph of the famous Ninth International Congress of Psychology, held at Yale University in 1929, was found by Watson Davis in a book once owned by entomolo... More

Regina Flannery Herzfeld

Regina Flannery Herzfeld

90-105, 7, Portraits Fla-Flem; "Regina Flannery Herzfeld (1904-2004), one of the first female anthropologists in the United States, was a professor in the Department of Anthropology, Catholic University, 1935-1... More

ose Koller, sculptor and head of restoration department, Vienna Museum of Natural History

ose Koller, sculptor and head of restoration department, Vienna Museum...

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Kol-Koz (1)"; "Rose Koller, sculptor and head of restoration department, Vienna Museum of Natural History, ca. mid-1930s. In 1936, the museum’s Anthropological Department commissioned a... More

Winifred May de Kok

Winifred May de Kok

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Kod-Kok"; "South African born writer and broadcaster Winifred May de Kok (1893-1969) had attended medical school in England during the 1920s and was in medical practice until 1953, when ... More

(clockwise from left): Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974), Florence Hedges (1878-1956), unidentified woman, and Edna H. Fawcett (b. 1879)

(clockwise from left): Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974...

Subject: Hedges, Florence 1878-1956. Quirk, Agnes J. Fox, Helen Morgenthau 1884-1974. Fawcett, Edna H. 1879-. United States Dept. of Agriculture..Type: Black-and-White Prints..Topic: Women scientists. Botany. P... More

SIA2008-4382 coat of arms

SIA2008-4382 coat of arms

90-105, 10, "Portraits, Jeg-Jen"; Carnegie Museum botanist Otto Emery Jennings (1877-1964) and Grace Emma Kinzer Jennings (d. 1957). Grace Jennings was a fourth-generation Pittsburgher whose family had establi... More

Mrs. H.C. Hamilton

Mrs. H.C. Hamilton

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Ham"; "This image of Professor and Mrs. H.C. Hamilton being photographed by psychologist Weston Ashmore Bousfield (1904-1986) was made by Marjorie Van de Water at an American Psychologic... More

Regina Flannery Herzfeld

Regina Flannery Herzfeld

90-105, 7, Portraits Fla-Flem; "Regina Flannery Herzfeld (1904-2004), one of the first female anthropologists in the United States, was a professor in the Department of Anthropology, Catholic University, 1935-1... More

Marjorie Van de Water photograph of Patricia Ann Jacobsen

Marjorie Van de Water photograph of Patricia Ann Jacobsen

90-105, 10, "Portraits, Jacl - Jacz"; "Science Service psychology editor Marjorie Van de Water took this photograph of Patricia Ann Jacobsen, daughter of Yale University professor Carlyle Ferdinand Jacobsen (19... More

A unique T-34

A unique T-34

WHITING FIELD, Fla. (Jan. 13, 2011) A unique T-34 "Turbo Mentor" passes in front of several other T-34s painted in the current orange and white colors. The aircraft's grey and yellow paint scheme, with Marine ... More

Lillian Josephine Hawes

Lillian Josephine Hawes

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hav-Haz"; Lillian Josephine Hawes (b. 1905) graduated from Stanford University in 1928 and first served as a public health nurse in Los Angeles. This photograph was distributed when she... More

Geneticist Katherine Pattee Hummel

Geneticist Katherine Pattee Hummel

90-105, 9B, "Portraits, Hum-Hunt"; "Geneticist Katherine Pattee Hummel (b. 1904) taught at Carleton College, Mt. Holyoke College, Cornell University, and Rutgers University before joining The Jackson Laboratory... More

Kirsopp Lake (1872-1946), Silva Tipple New (b. 1898), and Robert Pierce Casey (1897-1959),

Kirsopp Lake (1872-1946), Silva Tipple New (b. 1898), and Robert Pierc...

90-105, 12, "Portraits, La-Lal"; "Kirsopp Lake (1872-1946), Silva Tipple New (b. 1898), and Robert Pierce Casey (1897-1959), co-leaders of a 1938 Brown University-University of Pennsylvania joint expedition to ... More

Silva Tipple New Lake

Silva Tipple New Lake

90-105, 12, "Portraits, La-Lal"; "In 1938, Bryn Mawr College classics professor Silva Tipple New Lake (b. 1898) was co-leader of a Brown University-University of Pennsylvania joint expedition to excavate the si... More

Isador Henry Coriat (1875-1943) and his wife Etta Dann Coriat

Isador Henry Coriat (1875-1943) and his wife Etta Dann Coriat

90-105, 6, "Comroe, Julius H.- Conard, Robert A."; Psychiatrist and neurologist Isador Henry Coriat (1875-1943) and his wife Etta Dann Coriat (d. 1934). Isador Henry Coriat was one of the first American psychoanalysts.

Austrian research chemist Edith Kroupa

Austrian research chemist Edith Kroupa

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Edith Kroupa"; "Austrian research chemist Edith Kroupa, 1934. The original caption dated September 18, 1934, reads: ""While revolution upset Vienna, Miss Edith Kroupa, research chemist ... More

Mary Smith Griffith

Mary Smith Griffith

90-105, 9, "Griffith, M. E.- Gros, Edmund L."; "Mary Smith Griffith was author of Gardening on Nothing a Year, which had just been published by Hale, Cushman & Flint in 1937, when this photograph was distributed."

Biochemist and bacteriologist Ruby Hirose

Biochemist and bacteriologist Ruby Hirose

90-105, 9B, Portraits Hir; "Biochemist and bacteriologist Ruby Hirose researched serums and antitoxins at the William S. Merrell Laboratories. In 1940, Hirose was among ten women recognized by the American Che... More

Ethel R. Kovach Scott

Ethel R. Kovach Scott

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Kol-Koz (2)"; "Ethel R. Kovach Scott (1918?-2004), fourth chief nurse of the U.S. Air Force, helped write the first flight nurse manual and establish the aerospace nursing course to supp... More

Vivien Kellems

Vivien Kellems

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Kella-Kelln"; "New England industrialist Vivien Kellems (1896-1975) co-founded Kellems Cable Grips Inc., in 1927, with her brother, who had patented a special grip design that became wid... More

Herbert Spencer Jennings

Herbert Spencer Jennings

90-105, 10, "Portraits, Herbert S. Jennings"; "Johns Hopkins University protozoologist Herbert Spencer Jennings (1868-1947) and his wife. This is most likely his first wife, artist Mary Louise Burridge Jenning... More

Nina Kobelt

Nina Kobelt

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Ko-Koc"; Nina Kobelt (1884-1973) was the secretary of Rockefeller Institute biologists Jacques Loeb (1859-1924) and Winthrop John Van Leuven Osterhout (1894-1961) and compiled the defini... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942.

PACIFIC OCEAN (May. 02, 2011) In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942. The U.S. Navy effectively destroyed Japan's naval strength by sinking four of its aircraft carriers. It is consider... More

a professional pilot flies over veterans, service members and guests.

a professional pilot flies over veterans, service members and guests.

PEARL HARBOR (Dec. 07, 2011) Bruce Mayes, a professional pilot for Vintage Aviation, flies over veterans, service members and guests at the Ford Island control tower dedication ceremony in a 1944 North American... More

World War II veterans march past the parade judges stand in the 63rd annual 2011 Armed Forces Day Parade.

World War II veterans march past the parade judges stand in the 63rd a...

BREMERTON, Wash. (May. 21, 2011) World War II veterans march past the parade judges stand in the 63rd annual 2011 Armed Forces Day Parade. The parade began in 1948, two years before Armed Forces Day became a fe... More

Laveta Audrey Johnson, age 17, Oak Park, Illinois; Ursula Vivian Victor, age 16, Forest Hills, New York; Anne Wagman, age 16

Laveta Audrey Johnson, age 17, Oak Park, Illinois; Ursula Vivian Victo...

90-105, 9B, "Portraits - Hitchcock, R.C."; "This Fremont Davis photograph of participants in the 8th Science Talent Institute, March 1949, shows (left to right): Laveta Audrey Johnson, age 17, Oak Park, Illinoi... More

Lucile Petry Leone

Lucile Petry Leone

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Leg-Lep"; "This photograph of Lucile Petry Leone (1902-1999) was distributed when she retired in 1966 as Assistant Surgeon General and Chief Nurse Officer of the U.S. Public Health Servi... More

Geneticist Mathilde Margarethe Lange

Geneticist Mathilde Margarethe Lange

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Lan"; "Geneticist Mathilde Margarethe Lange (1888-1974?) earned her doctorate in zoology in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1920 and, after returning to the United States, became a professor at ... More

Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg

Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg

90-105, 9, Portraits Gro-Grv; "Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg (1881-1974) and Bird Stein Gans (1868-1944). Gruenberg was an educator and writer, author of Your Child Today and Tomorrow, and director of the Child St... More

Elizabeth Lee Hazen

Elizabeth Lee Hazen

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hav-Haz"; "In 1950, microbiologist Elizabeth Lee Hazen (1888-1975) and chemist Rachel Brown (1898-1980), Division of Laboratories and Research, New York State Department of Health, Alban... More

Lt. Col. Pauline Kirby of the Army Nurse Corps

Lt. Col. Pauline Kirby of the Army Nurse Corps

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Kin-Kiq"; "In 1954, Lt. Col. Pauline Kirby of the Army Nurse Corps (ANC) had just been appointed Chief of the Nursing Service at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. Kirby joined th... More

Merck Pharmaceuticals Company researchers SIA2008-1616

Merck Pharmaceuticals Company researchers SIA2008-1616

90-105, 8, Biog. Foa-Fol; "Merck Pharmaceuticals Company researchers and organic chemists Fern P. Rathe, Karl August Folkers (1906-1997), and Edward Anthony Kaczka (b. 1914) were the first to isolate the antibi... More

Sailors assigned to Navy Recruiting District St. Louis man the third base line before members of the 53rd Cardinal Company are sworn into the Navy.

Sailors assigned to Navy Recruiting District St. Louis man the third b...

ST. LOUIS (Sep. 02, 2011) Sailors assigned to Navy Recruiting District St. Louis man the third base line before members of the 53rd Cardinal Company are sworn into the Navy. Seventy-three recruits from Navy Rec... More

Harvard University biologist Walter Bauer

Harvard University biologist Walter Bauer

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Lan"; "Harvard University biologist Walter Bauer, Chairman of the Whitney Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Committee; Rockefeller Institute microbiologist Rebecca Price Craighill Lancefi... More

Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Mikhaylovich Komarov

Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Mikhaylovich Komarov

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Kol-Koz (2)"; "Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Mikhaylovich Komarov (1927-1967) and his wife Valentina Komarov, and their daughter Irina, 1967. Komarov was killed while trying to land his spa... More

Anne S. Jones

Anne S. Jones

90-105, 10, "Portraits, Jones K-Z"; "This photograph of Anne S. Jones was distributed in connection with her appointment in April 1965 as a research associate at the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphi... More

Developmental psychologist Helen Lois Koch

Developmental psychologist Helen Lois Koch

90-105, 11, "Portraits, Ko-Koc"; "Developmental psychologist Helen Lois Koch (1885-1977) taught at the University of Texas, 1921-1939, and then became professor of child psychology at University of Chicago, 1939-1960."

Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad

Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad

90-105, 9B, "Portraits, In-Iz"; "Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997) discovered the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland and was author of The Norse Discovery of America (1977). ... More

Johanna Caroline Wortmann Kunkel

Johanna Caroline Wortmann Kunkel

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Ku-Kz"; "Johanna Caroline Wortmann Kunkel (b. 1887) married American plant pathologist Louis Otto Kunkel (1884-1960) in 1915 when he was doing postgraduate research at the University of ... More

Mary Douglas Nicol Leakey (1913-1996) and her husband Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey (1903-1972)

Mary Douglas Nicol Leakey (1913-1996) and her husband Louis Seymour Ba...

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Leakey, Louis S.B."; "British archeologist and anthropologist Mary Douglas Nicol Leakey (1913-1996) and her husband Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey (1903-1972), 1962."

Ann Darby Reynolds holds the Purple Heart medal she was awarded in 1965 for her service as a U.S. Navy nurse at Naval Station Hospital Saigon during the Vietnam conflict.

Ann Darby Reynolds holds the Purple Heart medal she was awarded in 196...

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Feb. 11, 2011) Ann Darby Reynolds holds the Purple Heart medal she was awarded in 1965 for her service as a U.S. Navy nurse at Naval Station Hospital Saigon during the Vietnam conflict. (U.S. Nav... More

Betty Naomi Goldstein Friedan

Betty Naomi Goldstein Friedan

90-105, 8, Portraits Fri; "Billington; National Organization for Women (NOW) founder and president Betty Naomi Goldstein Friedan (1921-2006); NOW co-chair and Washington, D.C., lobbyist Barbara Ireton; and femi... More

Eleanor Holgate Lattimore

Eleanor Holgate Lattimore

90-105, 12, "Portraits, Las-Lat"; "East Asia expert Eleanor Holgate Lattimore (1895-1970) and her husband Owen Lattimore (1900-1989), shown here in publication publicity for their new book Silks, Spices, and Em... More

Capt. Daniel Grieco addresses the crew of the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) after assuming command.

Capt. Daniel Grieco addresses the crew of the U.S. 7th Fleet command s...

YOKOSUKA, Japan (May. 11, 2011) Capt. Daniel Grieco addresses the crew of the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) after assuming command. Grieco relieved Capt. Rudy Lupton to become the 24th com... More

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus and Richard Levin sign a Memorandum of Understanding that re-establishes the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) presence at Yale University.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus and Richard Lev...

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (May. 26, 2011) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus and Yale University President Richard Levin sign a Memorandum of Understanding that re-establishes the Naval Reserve Offic... More

Capt. Rudy Lupton receives sideboys as he departs the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) after a change of command ceremony.

Capt. Rudy Lupton receives sideboys as he departs the U.S. 7th Fleet c...

YOKOSUKA, Japan (May. 11, 2011) Capt. Rudy Lupton receives sideboys as he departs the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) after a change of command ceremony. Capt. Daniel Grieco relieved Lupton ... More

Charlotte Haywood

Charlotte Haywood

90-105, 9A, "Portraits, Hav-Haz"; "Charlotte Haywood (1897-1970?) graduated from Mount Holyoke College, (B.A., 1919), Brown University (M.A., 1921), and University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D., 1927) and spent her s... More

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