|1.||Hallett S. Ward Papers (Manuscript Collection #53) 2 hits
Papers (1921-1925) including correspondence, speeches, government pamphlets, congressional records, official reports, etc. concerning service as a member of the US Congress (D-NC). C.
|2.||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.
|3.||Louis Poisson Davis Papers (Manuscript Collection #309) 2 hits
Papers (1897-1972, undated) of a U. S. Naval officer, a graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, 1905, who commanded the destroyer USS JARVIS during World War I, and as ordnance inspector at the U. S. Naval Ammunition Depot during World War II, consisting of correspondence, a war diary, orders, proceedings, reports, thesis, albums, photographs, postal cards, financial records, citations, certificates, biographies and miscellaneous.
|4.||John Graham Johns Papers (Manuscript Collection #410) 2 hits
Papers (1921-1955, undated) including orders, reports, memorandums, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, and miscellany.
|5.||Kenneth Charles Hurd Papers (Manuscript Collection #498) 2 hits
Papers (1921-1966) including correspondence, reports, citations, orders, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous.
|6.||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.
|7.||John M. Burnham Papers (Manuscript Collection #523) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945, 1957) including photographs, correspondence, an obituary, congratulatory letter.
|8.||Earl J. Rowse Papers (Manuscript Collection #522) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1945) including correspondence, an article, biographical data, personnel list, comments, sketch, etc.
|9.||George Leland Dyer Papers (Manuscript Collection #340) 2 hits
Papers (1783 - 1930, [bulk 1862 - 1930]) consisting of correspondence, diaries, photographs, photograph albums, literary manuscripts, newspapers and newspaper clipping, a book of poetry, genealogical notes, etc., documenting the life of Commodore George L. Dyer, whose naval career spanned the years 1870 to 1908, and his family. He served in various stations, with particular emphasis on the West Indies, the Asiatic Station, Cuba, Madrid (as naval attache), and Guam (as governor).
|10.||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.