Organisms

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Methods for obtaining and handling marine eggs and embryos Donald P. Costello, M.E. Davidson, A. Eggers, M.H. Fox, C. Henley Manual describing methods for handling embryological materials available at Woods Hole, Massachusetts 1957 9 October 2015
Prof. Parpart and Shark Alicia Hills Moore Two men examining shark trussed up be its tail. Syringe is inserted into underside of shark. 1951 9 October 2015
Kempton in the "pit." Alicia Hills Moore One man standing at a bucket on a table with fish in hand. Woman looking on. Second man standing looking at buckets on ground. 1951 9 October 2015
Botany field trip to Penikese Island. Image #18 Alicia Hills Moore Man walking through a field carrying a seabird. 1951 9 October 2015
Big Bug Poem image/jpg black and white image reformatted digital undated 20 August 2015
100 Years Exploring Life, 1888-1988: the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole MA) In 1988 the Marine Biological Laboratory celebrated its centennial. In this well-researched, sometimes humorous, always human "biography" of this eclectic institution, historian of science Jane Maienschein catches a glimpse of what it is that has made the MBL so special to all who have spent any time there. 1989 20 August 2015
Squid from weir. Image #11 Alicia Hills Moore Man in small boat pulling a small shart out of the net at weir. Other fish visible in box in bottom of boat. 1951 20 August 2015
Squid from weir. Image #10A Alicia Hills Moore Man in small boat holding hand net above collection containers in adjacent boat. Squid can be seen in hand net. 1951 20 August 2015
The Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass. 1935 B.R. Coonfield 1 black and white video; sound (musical accompaniment only); reformatted digitalBy the 1930s, the MBL had become "the" place to go during the summer for biological research and training. Luminaries such as Frank Lillie, Edmund Beecher Wilson, Edwin Grant Conklin, and Thomas Hunt Morgan took their students, packed up their families and research labs, and headed to the MBL. They worked in labs, ate together in the Mess, and they often lived in the limited on-campus housing. Life at the MBL was a life where fun, family, and science intertwined. This film, taken in 1935 by B. R. Coonfield of Brooklyn College, captures snippets of life at the MBL. 1935 18 November 2013