Moseley Family Papers (#944), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
ECU Manuscript Collection
October 1, 2003, (unprocessed) 72 items, 0.063 cubic feet; Papers (1940 - 1945) primarily consisting of letters received by Mrs. B. W. Moseley, of Greenville, NC, from her son, Ensign and later Lt. (j.g.). Bancroft F. Moseley, during his U. S. Naval Reserve training and service aboard the U. S. Navy destroyers USS TRATHEN (DD-530) and the USS MCKEAN (DD-784) in the Pacific Ocean during World War II; also from her daughter, Frances (Mrs. H. N.) French, East Orange, NJ. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Anonymous
Source of acquisition
Encoded by Mark Custer, March 10, 2008
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Box 1 Folder c
Letters (1943) from Bancroft F. Moseley, aboard the USS TRATHEN (DD-530) through the Fleet Post Master in San Francisco, CA; also from Lake Tahoe; Victoria, BC; Puget Sound. 24 items. 63 p
Box 1 Folder d
Letters (1944-1945, n.d.) from Bancroft F. Moseley, aboard the USS TRATHEN (DD-530) and the USS MCKEAN (DD 784), where he was the Communications Officer, through the Fleet Post Master in San Francisco, CA; also from Seattle, WA; Lake Tahoe, CA; Puget Sound. 23 items. 53 p