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Chain 19 (?) Camera Dredge

Major collection: Science & Technology
Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection
Object type: film: 16mm
Maker: Date made: 1962-08
Materials: Kodachrome
Measurements: 200'

Film 50 color Camera raised with winch Young man operating Cine Film processor, men examine film (Bill McDougal w/ glasses?), boat anchored at harbor Still photo of Doc looking at large bullet shaped (missile??) thing suspended from the ceiling Doc puts camera into pressure vessel, adjusts gauge, removes camera Doc (not Doc) shows camera case/housing crushed by pressure - pieces cracked, display of squished, broken, cracked casing and cracked glass/plexiglass covers Esther on sofa reading a book, turns on lamp with base made of crushed camera case (the one in Jim's office) Men on Charles River lowering and raising equipment (boomer) Young man (Martin Klein = former student --> colleague @ EG&G) fixing paper, gathering data from chart recorder, underwater camera raised, men untangling cables on a dock, probe lowered from boat harbor shots, divers bring up damaged equipment (incl. Sam Raymond in red shirt = colleague @ EG&G). Also: looking at sub-bottom profile chart from recorder. Scuba divers, lobster kicking on deck, divers up, one diver shows off long triangular metal piece (retrieved from u/w?) (EH, CC)


Related People

thumbnail Klein, Martin
Designed first commercially successful side-scan sonar instruments (Klein & Associates), 1960s
thumbnail Raymond, Samuel O.