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Woods Hole (Mass.)

Pitching horseshoes outside Old Main - 1928. After the last class of the day, groups would meet behind Old Main for a few hours of this popular sport.
Richard (L) and Robert (R) Huettner in front of the locomotive that would terminate in New York City - 1930 (note oil tank car in rear).
MBL Street Old Main and Botany Buildings
Mary R. Huettner - Woods Hole
Ships at dock in Woods Hole
4 unknown men processing fish. Child in the foreground is Robert Huettner
The ship was a sub-chaser converted into a fishing boat c. 1921. Photo 1930 Sam Cahoon's dock
Woods Hole railroad depot - 1930. Satchel bag in foreground for carrying glass pint bottles of Drosophila flies to Columbia University for continuing research. Mary Huettner, Richard and Robert Huettner in foreground near satchel.
Richard Huettner, son of the photographer, standing in the doorway of the Bell Tower, 1930
MBL from across Eel Pond. The large brick building to the right is comprised of Crane and Lillie and immediately to the left is the Supply House with the Candle House behind. Taken in the early 1930's
Unidentified woman in a Webster House Garden - 1920's
The Crowell sisters at the MBL Business (?) Office