Charles Atwood Kofoid (1865-1947) was a noted zoologist at the University of California, Berkeley and early advocate for the development of a marine station in La Jolla that would later become the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Selected materials from his papers have been digitized. Digitized items include photographs of Charles and his wife, Carrie Winter Kofoid; their families, friends and colleagues; travel; the 1904-1905 Albatross Expedition; and many freshwater and marine biological research stations, some of which were included in Kofoid's book, The Biological Stations of Europe.
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