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  1. A portrait of Winfred Emory Allen, a biologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography who devoted his attention almost exclusively to quantitative studies of the marine phytoplankton, particularly of the waters off southern California. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Allen, Winfred Emory, 1873-1947
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Scripps Institution of Oceanography--Faculty; Portrait photography; Scientists; Biologists; Oceanographers
    • Format: image
  2. David Quentin Anderson, a biologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, lying down on the deck of a boat. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Scripps (Ship); Anderson, David Quentin
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Portrait photography; Scientists; Biologists
    • Format: image
  3. Earl Hamlet Myers (1898-1975), who was a zoologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, in his laboratory. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Myers, Earl Hamlet, 1898-
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Biologists; Portrait photography; Scientists; Oceanographers
    • Format: image
  4. Erik Gustaf Moberg (writing) and Martin Wiggo Johnson on board R/V Scripps. Moberg was a chemist and assistant professor of oceanography at Scripps. Johnson was an oceanographer and is widely known as one of the three authors of the landmark 1942 text and reference, "The Oceans: Their Physics, Chemistry and General Biology". Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Scripps (Ship); Moberg, Erik Gustaf, 1891-; Johnson, Martin W. (Martin Wiggo), 1893-
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Scientists; Oceanographers; Biologists
    • Format: image
  5. Loye Holmes Miller (1874-1970), who was a biologist for the University of California and was instrumental in establishing a happy liaison between UCLA and the University's newly acquired Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla, California. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Miller, Loye Holmes, 1874-1970
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Biologists; Portrait photography; Scientists; University of California, Los Angeles--Faculty
    • Format: image
  6. Marston Cleaves Sargent (1906-1986), who was associated with Scripps Institution of Oceanography for more than 40 years. He investigated photosynthesis and the growth requirements of marine planktonic algae. He also served as the CalCOFI Coordinator from 1971-74. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Oceanographers; Scripps Institution of Oceanography--Faculty; Portrait photography; Scientists; Biologists
    • Format: image
  7. Martin Wiggo Johnson, an oceanographer and is widely known as one of the three authors of the landmark 1942 text and reference, "The Oceans: Their Physics, Chemistry and General Biology", is depicted here in his laboratory. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Johnson, Martin W. (Martin Wiggo), 1893-
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Portrait photography; Biologists; Scientists; Oceanographers
    • Format: image
  8. Portrait of David Quentin Anderson, a biologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Anderson, David Quentin
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Scientists; Portrait photography; Biologists
    • Format: image
  9. Portrait of Easter Ellen Cupp with microscope. Easter Ellen Cupp was the first woman in North America to receive a doctorate in oceanography and was a research associate at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. c1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Cupp, Easter Ellen, 1904-
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Biologists; Portrait photography; Women scientists; Microscopes; Scientists
    • Format: image
  10. Portrait of Easter Ellen Cupp with microscope. Easter Ellen Cupp was the first woman in North America to receive a doctorate in oceanography and was a research associate at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Circa 1935.

    • Collection: Eugene Cecil LaFond Papers
    • Name: LaFond, Eugene Cecil, 1909-2002; Cupp, Easter Ellen, 1904-
    • Date: 1935
    • Topic: Microscopes; Biologists; Scientists; Women scientists; Portrait photography
    • Format: image