|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.||George Hudson Fort Papers (Manuscript Collection #330) 2 hits
Papers (1917-1956, undated) of U. S. naval officer, graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, 1912, who was executive officer aboard the USS FANNING when it sank a German U-Boat U-58 during World War I, and during World War II commanded the battleship USS NORTH CAROLINA in the South Pacific, consisting of correspondence, battle reports, reports, speeches, Naval War College papers, citations, publications, newspaper clippings, photographs and miscellaneous.
|3.||T. J. Van Metre Papers (Manuscript Collection #331) 2 hits
Papers (1942-1944) consisting of personal correspondence, photographs, officer data card, typescript history of the U.S.S. North Carolina, benefits from insurance.
|4.||William Henry Ashford, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #369) 2 hits
Papers (1924-1978, undated) including correspondence, inventories, research papers, reports, press releases, speeches, orders, awards, citations, certificates, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, publications, logbooks and miscellaneous.
|5.||Wilson Durward Leggett, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #435) 2 hits
Papers (1929-1956) including of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, an order book, newsletters, letters, and miscellaneous.
|6.||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.
|7.||Johnston Blakeley Creighton Papers (Manuscript Collection #694) 2 hits
Correspondence (1868-1869), written from Japan by fellow U.S. naval officers Samuel P. Carter and Earl English.
|8.||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).