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North Carolina Shipbuilding Collection (Manuscript Collection #62)

Collection including correspondence, legal papers, photographs, newspapers, etc. relating to the North Carolina Shipbuilding Company, and the construction of "Liberty Ships" during World War II.

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NS Savannah Collection (Manuscript Collection #1022)

Thirty items (ca. 1959-1971), consisting of photographic prints with captions, one note, and one newspaper clipping, concerning the launch and retirement of the NS SAVANNAH which was the first nuclear powered merchant vessel.

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William N. Still Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #139)

Correspondence (1954-1956), manuscript for Confederate shipbuilding, and muster roll (1862).

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Elizabeth City Iron Works and Supply Company Records (Manuscript Collection #444)

Records (1938-1953) including correspondence, minutes of stockholders' and directors' meetings, and related documents.

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North Carolina Shipbuilding Company Collection (Microfilm Collection #MF0046)

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Marietta Manufacturing Company Records (Manuscript Collection #742)

Records (1899-2006, undated) of Pt. Pleasant, West Virginia shipbuilding company, including engineering drawings, blueprints, photographs, and negatives, correspondence, contracts, reports, personnel files. Production files, etc.

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David Y. Taylor Papers (Manuscript Collection #1196)

Collection (April 1942-April 1943) of 126 8” x 10” black & white photographs documenting the construction of dry docks, piers, wharfs and bulkheads in Charleston, SC, by the Charleston Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company and in Savannah, GA, by the Clifford E. MacEvoy Company and by the Savannah Machine & Foundry Company’s Shipbuilding Division. The photographs also show U.S. Navy vessels, railroad lines, construction barges, cranes, etc....

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Destroyer Escort Commanding Officers Collection: Alvin Chester Papers (Manuscript Collection #564-007)

Biographical sketch and special report on American Marine Industries. (undated)

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Mariano Bellitteri Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-017)

Papers (1941-1945) related to Shipfitter First Class Mariano Albert Bellitteri's service on board the USS Miami including radio press releases, newsletter, yearbook, photographs, discharge papers, "plank ownership" certificate, and a brass ashtray from the USS Miami.

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Capt. Richards T. Miller Papers (Manuscript Collection #875)

Writings (1945, ca. 1994) including Trains, Planes and Boats: A Memoir [and Genealogy of Richards Thorn Miller], 1918 - 1994, by Capt. Richards T. Miller, USN (Ret.) (Manuscript Typescript, 7 p.), ca. 1994; and "Office of Supervisor of Shipbuilding, USN Annapolis, Maryland History, prepared by LCmdr. Richards T. Miller, USNR, November 1945."

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Wilson Durward Leggett, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #435)

Papers (1929-1974) of Rear Admiral Wilson Durward Leggett, Jr., U.S. Naval Academy graduate of 1920 and Tarboro, North Carolina, native, including correspondence, photographs and photograph album, newspaper clippings, an order book, newsletters, journals, scrapbook, etc., documenting his Naval career and work with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Science and the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.

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Destroyer Escort Commanding Officers Collection: Richard E. Warner Papers (Manuscript Collection #564-009)

Papers (1938–1993 [Bulk: 1938–1953]), of U.S. Naval Reserve officer and destroyer escort commander, including official files and service records, and a History of USS SC-631; postwar correspondence relating to the Destroyer Escort Commanders Organization (DECO); a History of the USS Kendall C. Campbell (DE-443), by Cdr. Richard E. Warner; a scrapbook, compiled by Cdr. Warner's father, entitled ...

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Barbour Boat Works, Inc. Records (Manuscript Collection #758)

Correspondence, contracts, ship plan drawings, manuals, photographs, brochures, and other files pertaining to the construction, repair, and marketing of vessels, both military and civilian.

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George A. Holderness, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #672)

Papers (1923-1986) including correspondence, orders, reports, newsletters, photographs, news clippings, scrapbooks, programs and miscellany.

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Vernon G. LaHeist Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-026)

A typescript of "Three years, three months and nine days", a memoir of a U.S. Navy enlisted man as a Japanese POW. (undated)