purple card used as a divider
DOC Home Page

purple card dividerNewsroom

  purple card divider
Photo Gallery

purple square used as divider Photographic
Services

The Years In Pictures
purple square used as divider
2006
purple square used as divider 2005
purple square used as divider 2004
purple square used as divider 2003
purple square used as divider 2002

Commerce -
100th Anniversary





Back to Events | Back to Gallery Index

Treasures of NOAA'S ARK - A wealth of artifacts--from 19th century maps and charts to early scientific instruments--that recall the agency's proud heritage and legacy of service to the nation
February 7, 2005    
 
(Select thumbnail to view larger image)

Model of the Bering Enterprise, a steel commercial fishing vessel constructed by Quality Shipbuilding, Moss Point, MS in 1979
Ship’s Bell from the Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship HYDROGRAPHER
Artifacts representing the early history of the NOAA Corps
View of a variety of artifacts on display
Portable Side-Scan sonar instrument
Dave Callahan, Northpoint Graphic Studios, examining “Treasures of NOAA’s Ark” coffee mugs
Model of American fishing Schooner, “Curt R. Stehling” in honor former NOAA employee and constructed by NOAA employee Thomas Jackson with M.E. Rolle, NOAA/NOS Office of General Counsel looking on
Example of early aeronautical charts produced by NOAA and predecessor agencies, 1926-2000
Example of early aeronautical charts produced by NOAA and predecessor agencies, 1926-2000
NOAA's Ark treasure
Model of an early TIROS satellite model inside a crate sitting on a wooden barrel
NOAA Deputy Undersecretary Kelly reading materials representing early history of the National Weather Service
Dan Basta, Director of the NOAA/NOS Office of National Marine Sanctuaries
John J. Kelly, Jr., NOAA Deputy Undersecretary
Scott C. Rayder, NOAA Chief of Staff
NOAA Deputy Undersecretary Kelly and NOAA Chief of Staff Rayder uncover ‘gold’ coins from a crate
NOAA Chief of Staff Rayder standing next to enlargement of letter from First Lady Laura Bush acknowledging NOAA’s contributions in the White House Initiative - Preserve America
NOAA employee Luis Gyles views early ship instruments
A look in time to the early days of a typical office in the U.S. Weather Bureau
NOAA Heritage Week ‘docent’ Dave Callahan, Northpoint Graphic Studios assisting exhibit
“The Magic Planet” – a 3-D Globe depicting NOAA satellite data NOAA Chief of Staff Scott Rayder points to NOAA Corps artifacts NOAA Deputy Undersecretary Kelly reads a 1926 Honor award to the Bureau of Fisheries NOAA Chief of Staff Scott Rayder stands near vintage poster

  US Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20230
Last Updated: January 11, 2007 3:30 PM

Contact Secretary Gutierrez by e-mail at cgutierrez@doc.gov.
Direct inquiries about this page to webmaster@doc.gov.

Privacy Policy