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Proclamation certificate for Marjorie Bradner when she crossed the equator and graduated from a crossing-the-line ceremony. Marge Bradner was the wife to Scripps Institution of Oceanography scientist Hugh Bradner. She helped him with his scientific studies during this expedition voyage. Later she would write about her experiences, titled Seismic Summer: the story of eleven men and one woman sailing across the South Pacific to study the quivering sea floor. August 5, 1963
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UC San Diego, Special Collections and Archives
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Photographs
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This digital image is a surrogate of an item from the Marjorie H. Bradner Papers, 1963
Scientific Expeditions
Crossing the Equator
Dwyn Wen (Schooner)
Deep Ocean Seismic Expediton
Bradner, Hugh

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