April 25, 2003 (unprocessed) 17 items, 0.015 cubic feet; Collection (ca. 1909-2003) of printed materials relating to the USS LEAHY (DLG-16), the USS CHAMPLIN (DD-601), the U.S. Navy and naval history. Donor: Steven N. Anastasion
May 29, 2003 (unprocessed addition 1) 21 items, 0.16 cubic feet; Newsletters (1959-1960, 1964-1966) written by Capt. Steven N. Anastasion, commanding officer of USS HAWKINS (DDR-873) and USS LEAHY (DLG-16), for distribution to the families and friends of the crew during the ships' cruises in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Donor: Steven N. Anastasion
July 15, 2003 (unprocessed addition 2) 15 items, 0.15 cubic feet; Navigational summaries (1964-1966) of ports in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, by Cmdr. Steven N. Anastasion, commanding officer of USS LEAHY (DLG-16), for distribution to the commanders of ships in the 6th Fleet, including Barcelona, Spain; Cagliari & Aranci Bay, Sardinia; Athens, Greece; Marseille & Toulon, France; Istanbul and the Dardanelles, Turkey; Beirut, Lebanon; Palermo, Sicily; Taranto, Trieste, Genoa, Pollensa Bay, Livorno, and Naples, Italy; Izmir, Turkey; Rade Des Salins, France; Palma, Mallorca; Benghazi & Tripoli, Lybia; and Civitavecchia, Italy; U. S. Naval Station Trinidad, British West Indies; Amuay, Venezuela; Cartagena, Colombia; Salinas & Guayaquil, Ecuador; Valparaiso, Talcahuano, & Punta Arenas, Chile; Callao, Peru; Puerto Belgrano, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Rio de Janeiro & Recife, Brazil; and a sailor's guide to Charleston, SC. Mimeograph typescript. Donor: Steven N. Anastasion
March 22, 2005 (unprocessed addition 3) 1 item, 0.004 cubic feet; Transcript (11/17/2003) of an oral history interview entitled
Captain Steven N. Anastasion, United States Navy (ret): A Sailor's View of Science conducted by Robert C. Bormann of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society. Donor: Steven N. Anastasion
January 20, 2011 (unprocessed addition 4) 4 items, .008 cubic feet; Papers (1953, 2009, undated), consisting of photocopies of documents pertaining to the 1953 cruise of the USS Melvin R. Nawman (DE-416) in Norway, Denmark, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; and three issues (spring, summer, fall 2009) of The Seaweed, published by the USS Champlin Reunion Group and containing Capt. Anastasion’s recollections of his service aboard the Champlin (DD-601). Donor: Steven N. Anastasion
Gift of Steven N. Anastasion
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Steven N. Anastasion Collection (#913), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Encoded by Mark Custer, December 17, 2007