National Geographic : 1950 Aug
I .Natona l ueograpnlc aocerey + Aboard Joseph Conrad Youths Learn Tricks of the Salt-water Trade at Mystic The full-rigged ship, 156 feet overall, now serves as a school for Sea Scouts and Girl Scout mariners. The Conrad, launched at Copenhagen in 1882, was sailed around the world by Capt. Alan J. Villiers. A likeness of the famous Polish-born novelist adorns the prow. Kodachrolmes by Robert F. Sisson + At Woods Hole Fishes Give Up Privacy for Science's Sake Dogfish cavort as if conscious of their audience. Shark sucker, a seagoing hitchhiker which clings to a shark by a disk on its head, rests aloofly on the pebbles. Hundreds of others from Atlantic depths are on view at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service aquarium.