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8 results for United States Naval Academy—Alumni and alumnae
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1.Eugene M. Ransom, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #521) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945) of U. S. Naval officer, graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy (1941), including his Reminiscences of World War II.
2.John M. Burnham Papers (Manuscript Collection #523) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945, 1957) including photographs, correspondence, an obituary, congratulatory letter.
3.Earl J. Rowse Papers (Manuscript Collection #522) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945) including correspondence, an article, biographical data, personnel list, comments, sketch, etc.
4.Omar Christian Keller Papers (Manuscript Collection #534) 2 hits
Papers (1935-1983) of members of USNA class of 1941, including copies of the Log, certificates, itineraries, pamphlets, a pass book, photographs, and other materials.
5.James Victor Rowney Papers (Manuscript Collection #549) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1970) of Naval officer, USNA class of 1941, consisting of scrapbooks, containing clippings, correspondence, reports, photographs, memorabilia, orders.
6.Pemberton Southard Papers (Manuscript Collection #551) 2 hits
Papers (1942-1945) of a U.S. Naval officer, USNA Class of 1941, consisting of Battle of Vella Gulf battle reports (1943), a history of the USS Lang (DD-399), USS Lang action reports (Feb. 1942-April 1944), naval communiques relating to USS Lang (1942-1944), and after-action reports for the battles of Vella Gulf, Guadalcanal, Wewak, (New Guinea), Morotai, Leyte Gulf, Okinawa, Lingayen Gulf, and other Pacific Ocean operations in which the USS Lang participated (1942-1945)
7.David M. Armstrong Papers (Manuscript Collection #555) 2 hits
Papers (1929-1961, 1982) including correspondence, photographs, citations, reports, war diaries for USS ZANE and TREVER, accounts of battles at Pearl Harbor and Guadalcanal, publications, orders, and personal materials.
8.William Alexander Kirkland Papers (Manuscript Collection #270) 2 hits
Papers (1894-1901, 1958-1974, 2009, undated) of a U. S. naval officer (Rear Admiral), graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, 1872, who served as commander of the European Squadron, 1895, and Mare Island Navy Yard, 1898, and consisting of correspondence, newspaper clippings, genealogical tables, a poem, photographs, and miscellaneous.


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