Dolly Deiter is interviewed by Karen Cedzo in Juneau, Alaska in 1981
ORAL HISTORY 2000-78-70
KUAC (Radio station : Fairbanks, Alaska)Deiter, Dolly (Interviewee)Cedzo, Karen (Interviewer)
KUAC studios; University of Alaska
Dolly Deiter talks about the operation of the Alpha Helix Research vessel, the repairs and improvements scheduled in Seattle, the Alpha Helix originally operated by the Scripps Institution, transfer to the University of Alaska in 1980, designed originally to conduct biological research, the ship is being converted to a general purpose oceanographic vessel suitable for the north, the shipboard mini-computer, capacity of the ship, travel speed, the home base in Seward, ship operations, working as the marine superintendent in Seward, her responsibilities, changes coming to the dock in Seward, and the need for a protective place. Deeder has been with the Institute of Marine Science since 1962.
1 audiotape reel (60 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono ; 10 in.
Oceanographic research ships
University of Alaska FairbanksAlpha Helix (Research vessel)
Juneau (Alaska)Seward (Alaska)
Oral History Collection, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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