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Hugh D. Miser. Washington DC 1966
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George Burr Richardson. 1900.
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Robert L Schuster. 1981.
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Henry Gannett, Chief Geographer, dubbed father of American mapmaking, geographer for the 10th Census. 1899.
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William Henry Holmes, artist with Hayden Survey. b.1846 - d.1933. Photo probably is taken in his 50s. ca.1900.
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Chief Geographer, Robert B. Marshall looking to the left. January 18, 1908. Written on portrait: Robert Bradford Marshall. Chief Geographer. January 18, 1908. Index Card: Marshall, R B., Hooe Building. no. 65: R.B. Marshall.
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Group portrait left to right: Joseph A. Holmes, Charles D. Walcott and Henry Gannett, seated on an outcrop. August 12, 1897. Album caption: Walcott, C.D. photograph number 424: (Kodak) Summit of Harney Peak, Black Hills, South Dakota. Aug. 12, 1897. J.A. Holmes, C.D. Walcott and Henry Gannett. Index card for similar photograph: Walcott, C.D. photograph number 424: Summit of Harney Peak, Black Hills. J.A. Holmes, C.D. Walcott and Henry Gannett. Pennington County, South Dakota. August 12, 1897. See Web Links below for link to this photograph.
Categories: Image; Tags: Portraits Collection, photo print
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Handwritten information on back of photograph, "Hersey Munroe." Photographer: Maury Bros. Roanoke, Va. Salem, Va.
Categories: Image; Tags: Portraits Collection, photo print
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J. Thomas Dutro. Jr. Geologist. USGS.
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Oscar Edward Meinzer, first chief, groundwater resources, possibly at that time. He was an early or first scientist to recognize the elasticity of soils, and artesian wells, and its importance, to measuring water resources. circa 1916.
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Dr. Thomas B. Nolan, Director of the USGS, circa 1961. Served from 1956-1965.
Categories: Image; Tags: Portraits Collection, photo print
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Caption: George Willis Stose. Portraits 1063. n.d.
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Portrait information: J.S. Diller, geologist, at his desk in office at 1330 F. Street. Spring of 1915.