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Victoria Kaharl papers

 Record Group
Identifier: MC-58

Scope and Content Note

The collection includes a bibliography of Alvin and subject files Victoria Kaharl kept while writing Water Baby, the story of the world’s first deep-diving submarine. There is a short, 14 page chapter on the discovery of the Titanic .

Dates

  • 1961-1990

Language of Materials

The records are in

English.

Access

Open: materials are available for research.

Use

Copyright: Permission to publish material from the collection must be authorized by the Institution Archivist.

Biographical Information

Victoria Kaharl was a Science Writer in Residence at WHOI. She previously worked as a reporter and editor for United Press International, a communications coordinator for the science communications center of the Massachusetts Legislature, and a radio journalist. She holds an M.S. in journalism from Boston University and a B.A. in psychology from Bridgewater State College.

Extent

1 box (.5 lin. ft.)

Overview

The Victoria A. Kaharl papers include subject files Kaharl kept while writing Water Baby, the story of the world’s first deep-diving submarine.

Arrangement

Arranged in two series:

Custodial History

The custodial history of the records is undocumented.

Acquisitions Information

Donated to the Data Library and Archives by Victoria Kaharl on June 2, 1998, and received as acc.1998-11.

Processing Information

First-level processing completed by Marisa Hudspeth in December 2003.

Title
A Guide to the Victoria Kaharl papers, 1961-1990
Author
Marisa Hudspeth
Date
December 5, 2003
Language of description
Finding Aid Written In English

Repository Details

Part of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Data Library and Archives Repository

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