Andrew Conrad Neumann papers
Scope and Content Note
The A. Conrad Neumann papers contain cartoons drawn by Conrad Neumann relating to activities and people at WHOI, as well as approximately 75 photographic slides of his cartoons and of WHOI shipboard activities.
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Open: materials are available for research.
Copyright: Permission to publish material from the collection must be authorized by the Institution Archivist.
Andrew Conrad Neumann was born in Oak’s Bluff, Massachusetts on December 21, 1933. He graduated from Brooklyn College with a degree in Geology in 1955. He went on to study at the University of Texas attaining a M.S. in Geological Oceanography in 1958 and completed his education at Lehigh University in 1963 with a Ph.D. in Geology.
Neumann worked at WHOI from 1958-1960 as a Research Assistant, then Research Associate in Sedimentary Geology. His work included hydrographic survey studies of the Red Sea and he assisted in several other hydrographic programs in South and Central America as well as in the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean.
1 box (.5 lin. ft.)
Material was held by A. Conrad Neumann prior to donation to the Archives.
Material in the collection was received from Neumann between May and November 1997.
Processed by Annie Polachi in July 2012.
- A Guide to the Andrew Conrad Neumann papers, 1957-1994
- Annie Polachi
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