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Frances Parker Shepard (1897-1985) was affiliated with Scripps Institution of Oceanography and he spent his summers at Scripps until 1942 drawn by his interests in submarine geology and ocean canyons, while still on the faculty of the University of Illinois. He later worked for the University of California Division of War Research from 1942-1945 as principal geologist. In 1945 he became professor of submarine geology at Scripps Institution. February 16, 1948
Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012
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Shepard, Francis P. (Francis Parker), 1897-1985

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