D.H. Fry Jr. looking through a microscope in the laboratory of the State Fisheries research ship, the N.B. Scofield. The N.B. Scofield recently returned from a 10 week survey trip of tropical tuna grounds and tuna migration habits. The ship sailed around the Galapagos Islands conducting the most extensive surveys ever done on the Pacific.
(Left to right) Coroner Frank Nance, Chemist Miles Drake, and Det. Lt. Aldo Corsini examining something in a bottle in what appears to be a chemistry lab. Presumably, the three men are all investigating a crime. Corsini was a homicide detective, so it is probably a murder investigation, but the details are unknown.
Dr. Raymond L. Carey selecting a honeybee with a forceps. Dr. Carey’s laboratory was one of a half dozen places in the world that used honeybee venom to treat arthritis. One of the causes of arthritis is a lack of oxidation which is stimulated by the venom from a honeybee sting.