|11.||Hamilton W. Howe Papers (Manuscript Collection #368) 2 hits
Training center yearbooks (1945)
|12.||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.
|13.||Thomas Burrowes Papers (Manuscript Collection #377) 2 hits
Papers (1925-1974, undated) consisting of diaries, correspondence, photographs, certificates, citations, newspaper, clippings, magazine articles, etc. and miscellaneous.
|14.||James W. Davis Papers (Manuscript Collection #394) 2 hits
Papers (1928-1979) including correspondence, memorandums, classified and unclassified documents, military records, reports, poems, photographs, yearbooks, news articles, maps, regulations, and miscellaneous.
|15.||John Graham Johns Papers (Manuscript Collection #410) 2 hits
Papers (1921-1955, undated) including orders, reports, memorandums, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, and miscellany.
|16.||John W. Graham Papers (Manuscript Collection #457) 2 hits
Papers (1941-1943) including notes book, sketches, reduction in losses, types of ships, types of mines, instruction on navigation, etc.
|17.||Kenneth Charles Hurd Papers (Manuscript Collection #498) 2 hits
Papers (1921-1966) including correspondence, reports, citations, orders, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous.
|18.||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.
|19.||U.S.S. INDEPENDENCE Collection (Manuscript Collection #1128) 2 hits
Journal of a Cruize in the USS INDEPENDENCE, Commodore William Bainbridge’s Flag Ship, Capt. William M. Crane, Commander, from Boston, July 2nd 1815 (3 July – 15 November 1815), compiled by an anonymous crew member, which describes the first overseas mission of the first ship of the line commissioned by the United States Navy, to deal with the piratical acts of the Barbary Powers against American merchant commerce in the Mediterranean Sea, bound in original calf leather over marbled boards, Entries clean an
|20.||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).