WHOI Manuscript Collections List

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The records consist of IAMSLIC publications, including proceedings, newsletters, directories and brochures; newsclippings and magazine articles; conference programs; correspondence and email communications; notes; drafts; reports; committee business meeting files and minutes; surveys; lists; schedules and agendas; photographs; and memorabilia. There is a small amount of material on the Regional Groups of IAMSLIC: CYAMUS, EURASLIC, PIMRIS, and SAIL.
1975-01-01 to 2015-01-01
The Allyn Collins Vine papers consist of a variety of material types that represent the diversity and interdisciplinary aspects of Vine’s interests and projects during the course of his career at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and particularly his work with the Navy during and after World War II.
1937-01-01 to 1998-01-01
The William C. Schroeder papers consist of business records for Schroeder’s plankton net business, correspondence, and personal and family papers, dating from 1887-1981.
1887-01-01 to 1981-01-01
The Dayton E. Carritt papers include publications by Carritt and others, slides, photographs, and negatives, spanning the years 1930-1980.
1930-01-01 to 1980-01-01
The Robert Hugh Cole papers consist largely of personal and professional correspondence files with information on his fellowships, lectures and conferences, and Cole’s work at WHOI on underwater explosions.
1924-01-01 to 1993-01-01
The Ernest R. Knorr papers consist of a variety of correspondence, newspaper clippings, patents and certificates, maps, collected papers and photos from his distinguished career, as well as a few items from after his death.
1849-01-01 to 1976-01-01
The Henry Melson Stommel papers, spanning the years 1946-1996 with the bulk dating from 1970-1992, reflect the varied scientific interests of Henry Melson Stommel, regarded by some as perhaps the most important physical oceanographer of all time and the founder of the field of dynamical oceanography in the US.
1946-01-01 to 1996-01-01
The William G. Metcalf papers consist of 50 manuscripts of historical cruise compilations, from 1946-1984, drawn completely from observations maintained in personal logs.
1946-01-01 to 1984-01-01
The James Stacy Coles’ papers include material related to Coles’ research with the Underwater Explosives Research Laboratory (UERL), his role as a member on the WHOI Trustee Committee for Educational Policy and as president of WHOI’s Associate Program, and his involvement with various committees of the WHOI Board of Trustees, among other subjects.
1936-01-01 to 1993-01-01
The Mary Sears papers consist of material relating to Sears's work, publications, and projects dating from 1931-1990.
1931-01-01 to 1990-01-01