September 17 - 1976: Woods Hole: a kind of purgatory

1911: "An unconventional summer among the naturalists at Woods Hole
Photo from the second story on the right comparing Woods Hole to Purgatory in 1976.

1911: "An Unconventional Summer Among the Naturalists at Woods Hole"

In 1911 the rest of America viewed the residents of Cape Cod as rara avises, especially our high-domed and erudite neighbors down in Woods Hole.

The story below in the Sunday Magazine began with this headline and the first column large enough to read with the rest below:

AN UNCONVENTIONAL SUMMER AMONG THE NATURALISTS AT WOODS HOLE;
Where Government Biologists and Others Discuss the Mendelian Theory, to the Despair of the Uninitiated

The 1911 Woods Holes article is reproduced below or view it here..

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This later article in 1976 didn't treat that charming seaport any better.


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