and those unseen aërial breakers
cropped from page, otherwise unprocessed, being
Fig. 20. The Aviation School Motor-Boat "Pronto"
in Ford A(shman) Carpenter (1868-1947 *). The Aviator and the Weather Bureau.
San Diego Chamber of Commerce, 1917
University of Michigan copy, digitized July 8, 2005
epigram from page 19.
Ashman taught meteorology at “the Southern Branch of the University of California (now UCLA) from 1919-1930,” according to a UCSD tumblr post showing cover of Ashman’s Sierra de San Pedro Martir, an album containing photographs taken between August 3 and September 9, 1903, of the San Pedro Martir mountain range in central Baja California. See this tumblr post by Special Collections & Archives at the UC San Diego Library, which links to a pdf of the entire — and fascinating — album.
aërial breakers; aviation; meteorology; un; uns
Ford Ashman Carpenter, The Aviator and the Weather Bureau (1917)