Guide to the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory Photographs, 1970-1986

Collection number: UV 5/1/1
Size: 3 boxes (1.00 cu.ft.)

About the University of New Hampshire's marine research and education laboratory

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory, the University of New Hampshire's marine research and education laboratory, was dedicated on May 30, 1970. The laboratory is named in honor of Professor Emeritus C. Floyd Jackson, who established a summer program for marine biology and zoology students on the Isles of Shoals. Jackson Estuarine Laboratory's purpose is to perform research leading to a better understanding of estuarine and marine processes through the faculty and students of the lab. Originally, the lab was headed by Dr. Galen Jones. The laboratory's research boat, is the Jere A. Chase, named in honor of Jeremiah A. Chase, an assistant to President John McConnell. The vessel as well as the oceanographic research platform were originally supervised by Captain Edward "Ned" McIntosh.

About the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory Photographs

This series contains photographs.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jackson Estuarine Laboratory Photographs, 1970-1986, UV 5/1/1, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

[Acquisitions information, date]

Collection Contents

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1undatedView of Adams House, gundalow, and shore at Adams Point
Box 1, Folder 2undatedPhoto of anchor in foreground with setting sun in background
Box 1, Folder 3undatedThe Jere A. Chase at the dock on Isles of Shoals with unidentified people
Box 1, Folder 4undatedClose-up of the Jere A. Chase out on a cruise
Box 1, Folder 5Summer 1976The R/V Jere A. Chase off Adam's Point
Box 1, Folder 6Summer 1976Captain Ned McIntosh catching his breath aboard the R/V Jere A. Chase
Box 1, Folder 7Summer 1976Close-up of Captain Ned McIntosh aboard a vessel
Box 1, Folder 8Fall 1976The Salt Marsh, including Salicornia and Spartina (salt marsh grass) at Adams Point
Box 1, Folder 9Summer 1976Dr. Don Cheney preparing to perform electrophoresis, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 1, Folder 10Summer 1976Fred Passman, microbiology student with Dr. G. Jones, conducting research inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 1, Folder 11Summer 1976Chris Neefus doing a protein analysis of fucoid algae, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 1, Folder 12Fall 1975Arthur Rosenberg, a former graduate student, studying trace metals in microorganisms in the Microbiology Lab inside the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory
Box 1, Folder 13Summer 1976Manaf Behbehani, zoology graduate student with Dr. R. Croker, conducting research inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 1, Folder 14Summer 1976Maureen Daly preparing estuarine water samples for analysis, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 1, Folder 15Summer 1976The R/V Jere A. Chase out for a research cruise with Maureen Daly, Jane, Peter, Captain Ned McIntosh, and Wayne Burnett. They are collecting water samples.
Box 1, Folder 16Summer 1976Mike Josselyn, Don Cheney, and Wayne Burnett collecting marine algae on a scuba diving expedition to the Isles of Shoals.
Box 1, Folder 17Summer 1976Jan Chock, former graduate student, studying plant productivity at Cedar Point, Little Bay, N.H. He is scraping material from the rocks and measuring each sample's location with a metered transent line
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1undated"Academic Programs in Oceanography and Ocean Engineering: U.N.H." map of area surrounding Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 2undatedPhoto of a crab on the ground
Box 2, Folder 3undatedUnidentified group of people at water's edge, looking around
Box 2, Folder 4undatedDr. Franz Anderson and Dr. Galen Jones standing on board a vessel
Box 2, Folder 5undatedJim Winslow of Amherst College adds solvent to his preparation, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 6undatedBonnie White of Grand Valley State College and Joan Baker of Cornell filter red blood cells, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 7undatedWendy Wiltse, technician in zoology, checks her snails, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 8undated2 researchers at work, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 9undated Dr. Galen Jones working with test tubes, inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 10undatedKarinsky in deep concentration
Box 2, Folder 11undatedA class listens to a lecture in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 12undatedBiochemistry Session: Dr. Jerry Klippenstein of U.N.H. does a demonstration as Dora Wodehouse of the U. of Vermont, Gib Chase of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Laurel Haycock of Ohio Wesleyan U., Joan Baker of Cornell U., and Mark Flomenberg of Hamilton College look on, in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 13undatedDr. Gerald Klippenstein prepares to extract hemolymph from a horseshoe crab, in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 14undatedDr. Miyoshi Ikawa teaching biochemistry class to students, in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 15undatedDr. John Sasner uses demonstration models to teach science to students, in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 16undatedDr. Theodore Metcalf explains viral pollution in the estuary to students, in an indoor classroom
Box 2, Folder 17Summer 1976 Dr. A.C. Mathieson leads a group from the Phycology Workshop on a field trip to the headwater of the Oyster River. Participating are Gary Collins of the Environmental Protection Agency, Gus Witherspoon from N.C. State U., Larry Whitford from N.C. State U., and John Blum from the U. of Wisconsin
Box 2, Folder 18undated2 researchers standing in water collecting samples in front Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 19undatedUnidentified man sampling water outdoors
Box 2, Folder 20Fall 1973John Scott, former graduate student, studying amphipod populations on sandy beaches
Box 2, Folder 21undatedDissection: Susan McLaren of Miami U. of Ohio takes a cod by the gills, outdoor on board a vessel
Box 2, Folder 22undatedExterior view of Jackson Estuarine Lab and its dock
Box 2, Folder 23undatedExterior view of Jackson Estuarine Lab, building
Box 2, Folder 24undatedExterior view of Jackson Estuarine Lab and its dock
Box 2, Folder 25undatedExterior view of Jackson Estuarine Lab
Box 2, Folder 26undatedArchitect's sketch of exterior of Estuarine Lab., U.N.H.
Box 2, Folder 27undatedView of a vessel from inside the Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 28undatedWoman holding a baby shark, with other baby sharks and fish at her feet
Box 2, Folder 29undatedDr. William Wiseman and CBI current drag; outdoor demonstration to students
Box 2, Folder 30undatedVan Dorn Water Sampler:Dr. Galen Jones demonstrates how aliquots of the water sample are withdrawn from this non-sterile seawater sampling device; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 31undatedThe Sextant: Dr. Franz Anderson obtains sextant readings of distant fixed points to obtain the exact location of the station; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 32undatedBruce Smith of U.N.H. opens a Great Bay oyster for the class; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 33undatedNiskin Sterile Water Sampler: Dr. Galen Jones sets the spring on the Niskin sampler, a large volume pre-sterilized sampling device; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 34undatedCobet Sterile Water Sampler: Dr. Franz Anderson of U.N.H. prepares to "trigger" the sample with brass messenger down the hydrographic wire; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 35undatedA Mud Sample from the "Orange Peel" Grab: Dr. Franz Anderson examines a Great Bay mud sample on screen with the grab; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 36undatedGravity coring operations in Great Bay aboard the Jere A. Chase; Captain Ned McIntosh visible
Box 2, Folder 37undatedDr. Franz Anderson and graduate student Tom Shevenell examine coring nose of gravity core
Box 2, Folder 38undatedA gravity core: Dr. Franz Anderson holds the coring rod after Big Fred Haug dismantles the apparatus; outdoor demonstrations to students
Box 2, Folder 39undatedChristening of the Jere A. Chase by unidentified woman
Box 2, Folder 40undatedUnidentified people aboard the Jere A. Chase for a cruise
Box 2, Folder 41undatedThe R/V Jere A. Chase awaits its next cruise
Box 2, Folder 42undatedFleet's In. class aboard the R/V Jere A. Chase approaching the Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 43undatedThe bonnie ship George M. Moore and crew
Box 2, Folder 44undatedThe Cook's Tour: Dr. John Kingsbury of Cornell U. and Dr. Galen Jones go through the galley on the Delaware II
Box 2, Folder 45undatedThe Delaware II: engine room of the Delaware II, the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries vessel which took the class on a cruise out of Gloucester, Mass.
Box 2, Folder 46undatedOn Station: the U.N.H. Navy assembles in Great Bay on the U.N.H. Geological Oceanography Research Platform
Box 2, Folder 47undatedThe Jere A. Chase moored at the Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 2, Folder 48undatedUnidentified women hosting a reception inside Jackson Estuarine Laboratory
Box 2, Folder 49undatedUnidentified people looking at exhibit case inside Jackson Estuarine Lab
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1undatedUnidentified crowd touring inside Jackson Estuarine Lab.
Box 3, Folder 2May 1970Jere A. Chase and others looking at water tank inside Jackson Estuarine Lab., Dedication Day
Box 3, Folder 3May 1970Jere A. Chase looking at exhibit case inside Jackson Estuarine Lab., Dedication Day
Box 3, Folder 4May 1970Dr. Jere A. Chase speaking at Dedication Ceremony
Box 3, Folder 5May 1970Dr. Jere A. Chase walking down boat ramp near crowd, Dedication Day
Box 3, Folder 6May 1970Jackson Estuarine Lab. Dedication Plaque dated May 30, 1970
Box 3, Folder 7May 1970Mr. Richard Daland, Trustee of U.N.H., holds symbolic key at Dedication Ceremony; Dr. Galen E. Jones and unidentified gentleman in background
Box 3, Folder 8May 1970Dr. Galen E. Jones at Dedication Ceremony; Mr. Richard Daland and Dr. Jere A. Chase in background
Box 3, Folder 9May 1970Dr. Babcock giving the benediction at the dedication ceremony; Dr. Jere A. Chase and Mr. Richard Daland in background
Box 3, Folder 10May 1970Dr. Herbert Jackson at Dedication Ceremony; Dr. Jere A. Chase in background
Box 3, Folder 11May 1970Dr. Eugene Odum gave the dedication address at Dedication Ceremony; Mr. Richard Daland and Dr. Jere A. Chase in background
Box 3, Folder 12May 1970Unidentified speaker at the Dedication Ceremony; Dr. Jere A. Chase in background
Box 3, Folder 13May 1970Dr. John W. McConnell, president of U.N.H., at Dedication Ceremony; Dr. Jere A. Chase and Mr. Richard Daland in background
Box 3, Folder 14May 1970Mrs. C.F. Jackson, Dr. Herbert Jackson, and Mr. George Hamilton at Dedication Ceremony
Box 3, Folder 15May 1970Mrs. C.F. Jackson and Dr. Herbert Jackson in a crowd on Dedication Day
Box 3, Folder 16May 1970Mrs C.F. Jackson and Dr. Herbert Jackson, Dedication Day