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J. P. Ault:  A Scientist at Sea is a collaborative effort of Carnegie Legacy Project staff. Charles Hargrove processed the J. P. Ault Papers and prepared the collection's finding aid; he also selected photographs, transcribed Ault's letters, and wrote the biographical sketch of Ault.  Shaun Hardy wrote the exhibition text, assisted with image captions, and compiled the bibliography.  Oksana Skass designed all graphics and was responsible for online layout and presentation.  John Strom prepared the interactive map and coordinated the exhibit team.  Rachel Ban and Jennifer Snyder provided editorial support and contributed valuable input on the exhibition's content, format, and functionality.

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Unless otherwise noted, all materials shown in J. P. Ault: A Scientist at Sea are held in the archives of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism.  The Carnegie Legacy Project is made possible by generous support from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

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Exhibit was mounted on 07/19/2004.