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  1. Marston Cleaves Sargent and Grace Tompkins Sargent and their adopted daughter Jean Anne on a picnic. Marston Cleaves Sargent worked at Scripps Institution of Oceanography as an oceanographer and inventor his major work included the development of the Bathythermograph Data Reduction System, which was a device for the rapid digitization of records compiled by a bathythermograph. This device made it easy for researchers to quickly record large quantities of data on ocean conditions. He also published papers on the process of photosynthesis and growth of several kinds of freshwater and marine algae, growth of coral, and the distribution of phytoplankton. Circa 1947.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Sargent, Jean Anne; Sargent, Grace Tompkins; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986
    • Date: 1947
    • Topic: Sargent Family; Family--United States; Picnicking
    • Format: image
  2. Marston Sargent a biologist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and C.K. Tseng who would later be known as Zeng Chen-Kui a marine biologist in the Peoples Republic of China, depicted here collecting Gellidium (a type of seaweed) in the La Jolla Caves in La Jolla, California. Circa 1946-1948.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986; Zeng, Chengkui
    • Date: 1946
    • Topic: Marine biologists; Scientists; Oceanographers
    • Format: image
  3. Marston Sargent a biologist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and C.K. Tseng who would later be known as Zeng Chen-Kui a marine biologist in the Peoples Republic of China, depicted here collecting Gellidium (a type of seaweed) in the La Jolla Caves in La Jolla, California. Circa 1946-1948.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986; Zeng, Chengkui
    • Date: 1946
    • Topic: Oceanographers; Beaches--California--La Jolla (San Diego)--Pictorial works; Marine biologists; Scientists
    • Format: image
  4. Circa 1946-1948: Marston Sargent

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986
    • Date: 1946
    • Topic: Marine biologists--Portraits; Scientists--Portraits; Oceanographers--Portraits
    • Format: image
  5. Marston Cleaves Sargent and Grace Tompkins Sargent and their adopted daughter Jean Anne on a picnic. Marston Cleaves Sargent worked at Scripps Institution of Oceanography as an oceanographer and inventor his major work included the development of the Bathythermograph Data Reduction System, which was a device for the rapid digitization of records compiled by a bathythermograph. This device made it easy for researchers to quickly record large quantities of data on ocean conditions. He also published papers on the process of photosynthesis and growth of several kinds of freshwater and marine algae, growth of coral, and the distribution of phytoplankton. Circa 1947.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986; Sargent, Jean Anne; Sargent, Grace Tompkins
    • Date: 1947
    • Topic: Family--United States; Sargent Family; Picnicking
    • Format: image
  6. Marston Sargent a biologist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and C.K. Tseng who would later be known as Zeng Chen-Kui a marine biologist in the Peoples Republic of China, depicted here collecting Gellidium (a type of seaweed) in the La Jolla Caves in La Jolla, California. Circa 1946-1948.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Zeng, Chengkui; Sargent, Marston Cleaves, 1906-1986
    • Date: 1946
    • Topic: Marine biologists; Oceanographers; Scientists; Beaches--California--La Jolla (San Diego)--Pictorial works
    • Format: image