Sigsbee Sounding Machine on deck of U.S. Fisheries steamer Albatross, with two men, possibly oceanographers Charles Atwood Kofoid and Henry Bryant Bigelow. The Sigsbee sounding machine used wire rope to take ocean depth soundings. March 1904.
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