well there was traffic,too many people, heat, hot car, and no place to park.I went to Woods Hole Village Cemetery first because I was early. Good thing, because I would have been too hot ( could bake cookies on the dashboard hot) after the aquarium. I would rather go to the Woods Hole Labs anyhow- after Labor Day maybe.
No real parking here either. Narrow one lane paths. Many people from Woods Hole Institute buried here.
Jerome Kidder and his wife Lavinia- a wolf box
Marine Biological Laboratory. From 1968 to 1969, he was an exchange professor at the University of Homburg in Homburg, Germany. John & Priscilla Roslansky.
W. Van Alan Clark, Sr.and wife Edna McConnell Clark, were both generous benefactors and supporters of the Institution directly and through family foundations, making possible the development of the Quissett Campus, construction of the Central Laboratory (later dedicated the Clark Laboratory in their honor) and the education program. They were also among the founders of the Associates Program in the early 1950s.
Dr. George H. A. Clowes Jr., a surgeon and researcher who studied activity in human cells that causes tissues to waste away, died of a cerebral hemmorrhage Saturday at his summer home in Woods Hole, Mass.
Cheer up dude, It's Christmas!
Hans Albert Einstein a Swiss-American engineer and educator, and the second child and first son of Albert Einstein and Mileva Marić. He is best known for his research on sediment transport.
Donald Elwood Lancefield & wife Rebecca
Dr. Donald E. Lancefield, professor emeritus of biology at Queens College, died Tuesday at his home in Douglaston, Queens.
He joined the Queens College faculty in 1938. Five years later he was named the first chairman of the department of biology, a post he held until his retirement in 1963.
He graduated from Reed College in Portland in 1915 and received his Ph. D. from Columbia University.His wife, Dr. Rebecca Craighill Lancefield, a research scientist and professor emeritus of Rockefeller University, died last March.
Marguerite Rush Lerner: wife, mother, physician, & author
Lionel Israel Rebhun and family
He taught and did research almost every summer at the Marine Biological Laboratories of Woods Hole, Mass., where he also served several terms on the board of trustees. He was the author of more than 130 scientific papers. He shared his enthusiasm for learning through his teaching, publishing, and laboratory work, trained students, and inspired many scientific colleagues.
Selman:Father of antibiotics and Nobel Prize winner-Selman Abraham Waksman was a Ukrainian-born, Jewish-American inventor, biochemist and microbiologist whose research into organic substances—largely into organisms that live in soil—and their decomposition
and his wife Deborah
Selman & Deborah's son Byron and his wife Joyce
A distinguished immunologist who pioneered the field of neuro-immunology, Dr. Waksman was a close associate and friend of the MBL for nearly eight decades. His many contributions to the MBL community included founding the Pathogenesis of Neuroimmunologic Diseases course in 1990, and founding and directing the Science Journalism Program in 1985. As president of the Waksman Foundation for Microbiology, he provided consistent support to several MBL programs, including the Microbial Diversity summer course, the Science Journalism Program, and the Living in the Microbial World teacher workshops.