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USS MONITOR search, underwater photomosaic - media coverage, 1975

Major collection: Science & Technology
Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection
Object type: color slide
Maker: Edgerton, Harold Eugene
Place made: United States
Date made: 1975-10
Materials: 35mm film; cardboard
Site location: Cape Hatteras, NC
Measurements: 2" x 2"

Display at MIT of the Jan. 1975 issue of "National Geographic Magazine" (John G. Newton, "How We Found the Monitor", cover article); leading image is of an underwater photomosaic of the USS MONITOR wreck, composed of photographs taken in April 1974 from the research vessel ALCOA SEAPROBE under U.S. Navy command. (CC)


HEE-SC-02656

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