|1.||Alexander B. Coxe, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #194) 2 hits
Papers (1928-1945, 1958) including correspondence, combat action reports, photographs, newspaper clipping, magazine article, etc.
|2.||Jules James Papers (Manuscript Collection #223) 2 hits
Papers (1907-1968) consisting of correspondence of Naval travels, logbook, diaries, newspapers clippings, radio press news.
|3.||William Stamps Howard, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #356) 2 hits
Papers (1930-1949) consisting of correspondence, dispatches, military records, photographs, newspaper, clippings, journal, log book, and miscellaneous.
|4.||Louis Poisson Davis, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #452) 2 hits
Papers (1937-1983) including correspondence, telegrams, a press release, newspaper clippings, military papers, photographs, identification cards and miscellaneous.
|5.||Victor Delano Papers (Manuscript Collection #539) 2 hits
Accounts (1941-1986) of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and duty in the USS West Virginia, by Victor Delano; also Familygrams, photographic prints, and program, ca. 1965, by Captain Delano relating to his command of Amphibious Squadron Eight; also two packets of drawings of Admiral Horatio Nelson's flagship, H.M.S. VICTORY, 1970; and an article, entitled “TOP SECRET COMPHIBPAC OPERATIONS PLAN A11-45: The Story of the Invasion of Japan” by James Martin, ca. 1986.
|6.||Thomas C. Buell Papers (Manuscript Collection #538) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945) including typescript anecdotes, information on decoding a message, problems on variety of food, toilet articles, and miscellaneous.
|7.||Francesco Costagliola Papers (Manuscript Collection #591) 2 hits
Papers (undated) of USNA class of 1941 officers, including accounts of service in the USS PHOENIX (CL-46) and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor along with published articles he wrote on nuclear power, macro operations analysis and modern war.
|8.||James Harvey Brown Papers (Manuscript Collection #547) 2 hits
Papers (1926-1977) of U. S. naval officer, USNA class of 1931, including correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, photographs, letters, information on weather conditions, etc. and his naval service including his World War II aboard USS SHAW, 1940-1942, USS ABNER READ, 1942-1944, USS AMMEN, 1944-1945, etc.