William N. Still, Jr., Papers, 1862-2009

Manuscript Collection #139

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  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Personal Correspondence: Letters from William N. Still, Jr. to his Family. 30 items. September 1954 - February 1956
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Rough Draft of the book, "Confederate Shipbuilding" by William N. Still, Jr. Undated
    • Folder c
      Printed materials and letters related to the book, "Iron Afloat". The Journal of Mississippi History. Volume XX XIII, No. 4, 1971 - 1973
  • Box 2
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Various Newspaper Articles - Review of the book, "Confederate Shipbuilding". References. 1971
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Review letters and Newspaper Review of "Iron Afloat" 1971
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Review letters and Newspaper Review of "Iron Afloat" 1971
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Review letters and Newspaper Review. The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XXVII, NO. 3. August 1961. 1971
  • Box 3
    • Folder a
      Photographs: Drawings of Ships (CSS Jackson US Navy), Maps of Charleston, SC and Vicinity, Official US Navy. Undated
    • Folder b
      Rough Draft of the book, "Iron Afloat", with suggestions and corrections, 1970
  • Box 4
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Letters, Book / Journal reviews, Annals related to "Confederate Shipbuilding". Photocopies: Various Ships in the US Navy The Champ. USS Lake Champlain CVA - 39. Vol I no. 1, 1863 - 1912
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "A"). Materials related to USS Alabama Battleship Commission, Montgomery Sicard, US Navy, used in Civil War, 1962 - 1965
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "B") related to Confederate Ironclads, 1965 - 1969
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "C") project Casemate Incorporated, The Civil War Round Table. Booklet: The President of the Confederate States of America, 1864 - 1968
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "D"), 1958 - 1966
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "E"), 1958 - 1967
    • Folder g
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "H"), 1959 - 1969
    • Folder h
      Correspondence: Letters, Book / Journal reviews, Memorandum, other printed materials related to Dr. Still. 1971 - 1972
  • Box 5
    • Folder a
      Newspaper reviews and Draft of the book, "Confederate Shipbuilding", by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1970
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "I" to "L"), 1958 - 1969
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "M"), 1959 - 1969
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "N" to "R"), 1958 - 1965
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Letters (Last name of the person or company starting with "S" to "Z"), 1958 - 1969
    • Folder f
      Research Material related to Ironclads, 1958 - 1969
  • Box 6
    • Folder a
      Newspaper, Magazine and Journal reviews of "Confederate Shipbuilding" and Ironclads, 1970 - 1976
    • Folder b
      Draft of the book, "NORTH CAROLINA"S REVOLUNTARY WAR NAVY", by Dr. Still, with suggestions and corrections. NC Army Rev Bicentennial Commission, 1974 - 1976
    • Folder c
      "Baron Von Steuben to Winfield Scott: US Infantry Tactical Manuals of the American Revolution through the war of 1812" by Thomas V. Moseley, 1976
    • Folder d
      Bibliography pertaining to the Maritime History of North Carolina. 1975
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Letters and printed materials from research by Dr. Still. 1963 - 1975
  • Box 7
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1959 - 1975
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1917 - 1976
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1963 - 1975
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1971 - 1976
  • Box 8
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1968 - 1969
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1962 - 1967
    • Folder c
      Draft: "NAVAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE CIVIL WAR" by Dr. Still. Undated
    • Folder d
      Draft: Letters, Printed Materials and newspaper articles from research by Dr. William Still, Jr., 1962 - 1977
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed materials from Research by Dr. Still. 1961 - 1973
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: Letters, Printed Materials from Research by Dr. Still, 1959 - 1973
    • Folder g
      Correspondence: Letters, Printed Materials from Research by Dr. Still, 1964 - 1975
  • Box 9
    • Folder a
      Letters, Printed materials and Magazines related to Walter Klein and his company. 1975 - 1976
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters of appreciation of the films made by Walter Klein and associates of his company. 1963 - 1976
    • Folder c
      Proposals from various companies for the Documentary on "SHOWBOAT - A Battleship at War" (USS North Carolina Battleship Commission), 1976
    • Folder d
      Proposals from various companies for the Documentary on "SHOWBOAT - A Battleship at War" (USS North Carolina Battleship Commission), 1975 - 1976
  • Box 10
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Letters, memorandum from USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. Shooting Script of "SHOWBOAT - A Battleship at War" by Lewis S Baer. 1976 - 1977
    • Folder b
      Audit report for USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. Letters, Printed materials. 1975 - 1977
    • Folder c
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles about USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. 1975
    • Folder d
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles about USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. Factual Summaries on motion picture "SHOWBOAT". Audit report from USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. 1974 - 1975
    • Folder e
      Letters, Printed materials, Information kit about USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. 1974
  • Box 11
    • Folder a
      Financial Data, Memorandums and Letters related to USS North Carolina Battleship Commission. 1973 - 1977
    • Folder b
      Printed materials and letters related to USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1976
    • Folder c
      Printed materials and letters related to USS North Carolina Battleship Commission
    • Folder d
      Printed materials, Newspaper articles and letters related to USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1975 - 1977
  • Box 12
    • Folder a
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on "Shipbuilding". 1970 - 1982
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on "Showboat - A Battleship at War". 1960 - 1984
    • Folder c
      Letters, printed materials and Newspaper articles related to Dr. Still's research on "Showboat - A Battleship at War". 1863 - 1984
    • Folder d
      Letters, printed materials, postcards and Newspaper articles related to Dr. Still's research on "Showboat - A Battleship at War". 1971 - 1983
    • Folder e
      Letters, printed materials and Newspaper articles related to Dr. Still's research on "Showboat - A Battleship at War." 1959 - 1982
  • Box 13
    • Folder a
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1972 - 1982
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1970 - 1984
    • Folder c
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1970 - 1984
    • Folder d
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1972 - 1983
    • Folder e
      Letters, printed materials and post cards related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1974 - 1984
    • Folder f
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1969 - 1982
  • Box 14
    • Folder a
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1971 - 1983
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1963 - 1982
    • Folder c
      Letters, printed materials and post cards related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1941 - 1984
    • Folder d
      Letters, printed materials and post cards related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1958 - 1984
  • Box 15
    • Folder a
      Letters, printed materials and post cards related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1971 - 1984
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials and post cards related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1972 - 1984
  • Box 16
    • Folder a
      Letters, printed materials, newspaper articles of Monitor research and recovery foundation in relation to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1978 - 1980
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials, newspaper articles of Monitor research and recovery foundation in relation to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1978 - 1980
    • Folder c
      The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation, Inc. meeting of December 15 - 26 1979. Documents related to Sheridan's Correspondence with NOAA and NCAH and D' Angelo - Schoenwaldt Study, 1979
    • Folder d
      Financial Data, Memorandums and Letters related to the Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation. Newspaper articles, Maps related to recovery plans for Ironclad. 1965 - 1979
    • Folder e
      Financial Data, Memorandums and Letters related to the Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation. 1976 - 1978
    • Folder f
      Financial Data, Memorandums and Letters related to the Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation. 1976 - 1978
    • Folder g
      Administrative documents and Letters related to the Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation. U S S Monitor a draft about the war between Monitor and Merrimac in March 1862. 1976 - 1978
  • Box 17
    • Folder a
      Letters, Printed material related to Odyssey in Grey: A Diary of Confederate Services (1863 - 1865). Letters related to further research and appointment of Dr. Still at Eco. 1973 - 1981
    • Folder b
      Letters, printed materials, newspaper articles related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1961 - 1980
    • Folder c
      Letters, printed materials, and post cards newspaper articles related to Dr. Still's research on Ship building in North Carolina, 1973 - 1981
    • Folder d
      Printed materials, Newspaper articles and documents from Greenwood Press Inc., NC, related to "The European Station: The United States Navy in The Old World, 1865 - 1917" by Dr. Still. 1978 - 1981
  • Box 18
    • Folder a
      Details of research on USS MONITOR from Monitor research and Recovery Foundation, Inc. 1975
    • Folder b
      Papers related to Agenda in Annual Meeting of the, The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation Inc., Dec 18 - 19, 1976. RESERVE Magazine 1976.
    • Folder c
      More details on research on USS MONITOR from Monitor research and Recovery Foundation, Inc., 1976
    • Folder d
      Papers related to The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation Inc., Dec 18 - 19, 1976.
    • Folder e
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles related to The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation Inc., 1974 - 1976
  • Box 19
    • Folder a
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles related to The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation Inc., 1974 - 1978
    • Folder b
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles related to The Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation Inc. Includes USS Monitor Situation Report July, 1975. 1972 - 1975
    • Folder c
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles related to research and recovery of Monitor. The Monitor and Recovery Foundation Inc. "The Battle of the Monitor" by Dr. Still. University of Delaware News, 1976 - 1977 describing the recovery of the USS Monitor. 1976 - 1978
    • Folder d
      Proposal by John G Newton (Director of The Monitor and Recovery Foundation Inc.): Descent into History: Solving the Monitor Mystery, 1862 - 1979
  • Box 20
    • Folder a
      Letters, Printed materials, Newspaper articles related to research and recovery of Monitor. The Monitor and Recovery Foundation Inc. Draft of U.S. Naval Bases in the Mediterranean 1800 - 1917. Publication related papers for "Iron Afloat" by Dr. Still, 1981 - 1985
    • Folder b
      Paper related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research. Rough Draft of "Rebel Armored Warships: Confederate Ironclads and the Defense of Wilmington, NC during the Civil War." 1980 - 1985
    • Folder c
      Rough draft of "Shipbuilding in North Carolina: The World War I Experience" by Dr. Still. Personal correspondence. Letters related to U.S High Commissioner to Turkey. 1921 - 1984
  • Box 21
    • Folder a
      Newspaper articles, printed materials related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research. 1981 - 1986
    • Folder b
      Letters, newspaper articles, maps, printed materials related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research and Dr. Still. Book named "Memoirs of an Engineer in the Confederate Army in Texas." 1982 - 1989
    • Folder c
      Letters, newspaper articles, printed materials related to research conducted by Dr. Still. Draft of "NAVAL MEDICINE IN THE AGE OF SAIL: THE VOYAGE OF THE NEW YORK, 1802 - 1803" by J. Worth Estes. 1985 - 1989
  • Box 22
    • Folder a
      Letters related to University of South Carolina Press and Maritime History and Underwater Research in relation to "Confederate Shipbuilding" by Dr. Still, 1985 - 1986
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Newspaper articles and Letter communication between Dr. Still and W. E. Geoghegan, 1961 - 1984
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Letters, Newspaper articles, postcards related to research on Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1980 - 1985
    • Folder d
      Student Opinion Surveys from Program in Maritime and Underwater Research at ECU, 1984
  • Box 23
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    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference and Maritime History of Gulf Coast. Magazine "Collegere" from MSCW. 1967 - 1989
    • Folder b
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission Wilmington, NC Financial documents. Documents related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research. 1984
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research and Monitor Project Archives. 1982
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Confederate Naval Museum. 1979 - 1983
    • Folder e  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: A letter from The National Archives answering Still’s request for more information on past labor activity at the North Carolina Shipbuilding Company in Wilmington, N.C. Included with the letter are two black and white photographs (circa 1943) depicting onsite trailers serving as living quarters at the company, 1985.
  • Box 24
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: The University of Georgia Press, "Why the South Lost the Civil War". 1986 - 1987
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: The University of Georgia Press, "Why the South Lost the Civil War". 1987 - 1988
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: USS North Carolina Battleship Commission and North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. 1981 - 1987
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, 1983 - 1984
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1983 - 1984
  • Box 25
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: The South Historical Association and The Museum of Albemarle, 1984 - 1985
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Grants information for Roanoke Island and Aerial Detection of Underwater, 1982 - 1983
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: NC Division of Archives and History, Department of Cultural Resources, 1983
    • Folder d
      Photographs and Draft of "Rescue of Flying Personnel forced down in Albutian Waters" by Mavis P Kelsey, 1958
  • Box 26
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Newsletters - American Committee on the History of the Second World War, 1956 - 1972
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Newsletters - American Committee on the History of the Second World War, 1972 - 1977
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Newsletters - American Committee on the History of the Second World War and University of Alabama, 1961 - 1977
  • Box 27
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: The Naval Academy's Sixth Naval History Symposium and related documents and newspaper articles. A proposal to search for the site of Sir Walter Raleigh's Roanoke Colony, 1981 - 1983
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Documents and Newspaper articles related to Roanoke Island Project and Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Research and College for Dr. Still's article "The Confederate Gunboat Arkansas." 1967 - 1982
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Society for Historical Archaeology, Conference on Underwater Archaeology, 1984 - 1985
Box 28
Rough Draft: American Sea Power in the Old World: The United States Navy in European and near Eastern Waters, 1865 - 1917.
  • Box 29
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research at ECU, 1981 - 1982
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Photos and Documents related to USS Lake Champlain CVA 39 and Maritime History and Underwater Research
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: International Committee on Maritime History and University of South Carolina Press, 1976 - 1988
  • Box 30
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Society for Historical Archaeology, Conference on Underwater Archaeology and Pearl Harbor Naval Base, 1968 - 1983
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research at ECU, 1987 - 1988
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research at ECU, 1986 - 1988
  • Box 31
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research at ECU, 1986 - 1989
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters, Printed Materials related to Maritime Program and Underwater Research, 1981 - 1984
  • Box 32
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Letters, Printed Materials related to Maritime Program and Underwater Research and Confederate Naval Museum, 1988
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters and Printed Materials related Maritime History and Underwater Research and USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1987 - 1988
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: USS North Carolina Battleship Commission and Maritime history and Underwater research. 1987 - 1988
  • Box 33
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Monitor related Archives Inventory
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Memorandums, Rules and Regulations related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1986 - 1987
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Letters, Newspaper articles and postcards related to Maritime History and Naval Historical center, 1986 - 1987
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Letters, Newspaper articles and postcards related to Maritime History and Naval Historical center, 1986 - 1987
  • Box 34
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: USS Trenton Reunion, Pieces of Eight, Newspaper Articles and printed materials related to the book, " Why the South Lost the Civil War" by Dr. Still and Colleagues, 1986 - 1988
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research and University of South Carolina Press,1986
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The United States Navy and American Culture (1775 - 1986) K Jack Bauer and University of South Carolina Press, 1986
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press and Maritime History and Underwater research 1986
  • Box 35
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1986 - 1988
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1975 - 1988
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1987
  • Box 36
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Diary and Maritime History and Underwater research, 1983 - 1985
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Letters and Newspaper articles related to Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1986 - 1987
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: American Historical Association and The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration. 1980 - 1982
  • Box 37
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1986 - 1989
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Underwater Research and Department of Navy, USA, 1988
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The Alabama and Monitor. Photo of Catesby Jones, first commander of the Chattahoochee, 1988 - 1989
  • Box 38
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Documents related to preservation of the USS Monitor and Merrimack, 1986 - 1987
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Documents related to preservation of the USS Monitor and Merrimack and Why the South lost the Civil War, 1985 - 1987
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Columbia River Maritime Museum, The Mariners' Museum and "Why the South Lost the Civil War." 1986 - 1987
  • Box 39
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Memorandum, budget, planning and projects related to Program in Maritime History at East Carolina University, 1986 - 1987
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Documents related to Research through Archives of various Libraries by Dr. Still together with more information on US Navy and US Maritime Commission. 1970 - 1978
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Maritime History and Under Water Archaeology Research and Photographs of Models of Ironclad Richmond and Chicora and Savannah by P C Coker III, 1985
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Iron Afloat: The Story of the Confederate Armorclads, 1985 - 1986
  • Box 40
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: East Carolina University - Inter-university and Archaeological Advisory Committee Documents, 1983 - 1985
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: North Carolina General Assembly, NC Department of Cultural Resources and Archaeology Research Consultants, Inc. 1979 - 1983
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Archaeology Advisory Committee, Archaeology Society of North Carolina and National Association of State Archaeologists, 1978 - 1981
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Underwater Archaeology in North Carolina, 1981 - 1985
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Monitor Projects Proposal and Documents related to Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1982
  • Box 41
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Empire at War and Peace; Anglo-French Naval History (1793 - 1860). Henry Mayhew and the British Seaman. The Great River, the Great Lakes and Beyond. The Ontario Historic Ships Research Project. Draft of Launching Prosperity: Samuel Townsend and the Maritime Trade of Colonial Long Island, 1747 - 1773. 1987
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: International Resources and contacts of Dr. Still on Maritime History and Underwater research. 1987
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Inventory of Preserved Large (Greater than 40 feet, 20 tons) Historic Vessels in the United States, 1987 and documents related to activities of Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research at East Carolina University, 1986 - 1987
  • Box 42
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Archives of the Indies and Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1986 - 1988
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Photographs of Dr. Still with his colleagues during a lecture session. Documents related to New Bern History and the University of Georgia Press, 1935 - 1987
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press and Maritime History and Underwater research, 1987
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, 1987
  • Box 43
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Swansboro Project, Maritime Heritage Conference and USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1980 - 1983
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Northeast Cape Fear Ferries and Swansboro Field School Projects, 1983
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: China Basin Maritime Museum Project, 1984 - 1985
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Search for "Mittie Stephens" Steamboat in Caddo Lake. Treasure Salvors Inc. 1984 - 1985
Box 44
Box number 44 not used in this collection.
  • Box 45
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Ironclads, Maritime History and Underwater Research and Confederate Naval Museum, 1987 - 1991
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: USS Monitor Project and Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Program, 1983 - 1984
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Ironclads, Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology and avannah Squadron by Dr. Still, 1989 - 1991
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Argonauta - The Canadian Nautical Research Society, The Journal of Southern History and documents related to The American Civil War, 1990
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Documents related to recovery of the Spanish Colonial Wreck off the Dry Tortugas, Argonauta - The Canadian Nautical Research Society, 1990
  • Box 46
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: US Navy in WW II, Abstract by Raymond O'Connor: "Origins of the American Navy; Sea Power in the Colonies and the New Nation."
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: The Confederate Naval Historical Society, University of South Carolina Press, 5th Maritime Heritage Conference, Boston, MA and Monitor National Marine Sanctuary (CHEESEBOX), 1991 - 1993
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: USS Tecumseh Management Plan, Confederate Naval Museum letters and documents, 1991 - 1993
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: World War II in the Pacific (1942 - 1945), Confederate Naval Historical Society and US Naval Academy, 1992 - 1993
  • Box 47
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: "Shipwreck Journal," The North American Society of Oceanic History and Bermuda Maritime Museum and Documents related to Dr. Still's retirement. 1993
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: The North American Society of Oceanic History and Bermuda Maritime Research Project. 1992
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Wiedrich's Battery History, Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, "The Nightingale and The Steamship" by Edward W. Sloan and "The Akron Project; A Submarine Exploration of One of the US Navy's Greatest Experiments" by P.J. Capelotti, 1990 - 1991
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: "Our Man in the Crimea: Commander Hugo Koehler and the Russian Civil War", "New England and the Sea" by P J Capelotti and booklet for 10th Naval Symposium. 1990 - 1991
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press and The Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, 1990 - 1991
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: National Maritime Historical Society, Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum. 1989 - 1991
  • Box 48
    • Folder a
      Bibliography for the C S S Alabama from Queens College NY. 1989
    • Folder b
      Newspaper articles on Raising the Alabama and Documents related to CSS Alabama. Also Includes CSS Florida, Ironclads Monitor and Merrimac, 1988 - 1989
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The Alabama Project. 1988
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: C S S Alabama, Photos of the Copper pot from USS Alabama, 1985 - 1991
  • Box 49
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: USS Monitor Project and Hampton Roads Naval Historical Foundation, Inc. Hampton Roads Naval Museum (LORs), 1984 - 1986
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press, The "Alabama" related printed materials and newspaper, Civil War and The Program in Maritime and Underwater Research. 1989 - 1990
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Bermuda Maritime Project, Department of Navy, National Maritime Museum, Newspaper article on "The Raising of ALABAMA" and other researchers on Civil War Ironclads, 1989 - 1990
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Civil War Round Table, Dept. of the Navy, University of South Carolina Press, 1989 - 1991
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Dept. of Navy, Louisianan Manuscript, Project Liberty Ship, Bills and Statute related to abandoned Shipwrecks, 1985 - 1990
  • Box 50
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Outer Banks History Center, World War II and North Carolina and USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, 1990 - 1992
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Dept. of Navy, Project "Protect Sunken Civil War ships - Florida and Cumberland" and National Maritime Alliance, 1991 - 1994
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: National Maritime Alliance, National Trust for Historic Preservation, North Carolina Maritime History Council, 1993
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Dept. of Army, US Dept. of the Interior, The Maple Leaf: A proposed management plan and Summary of Filed Investigation through 1991. 1985 - 1993
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Naval Historical Foundation, Naval Station Galley Naval History Exhibit, 1990 - 1992
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: National Maritime Alliance, US Dept. of Interior, SEA HISTORY; The Art, Literature, Adventure, Lore and Learning of Sea from National Maritime Historical Society, 1990 - 1993
  • Box 51
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: US Coast Guard Auxiliary, US Dept. of Commerce, University of South Carolina Press, Dept. of Navy, Encyclopedia of the Confederacy. 1992
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Naval Historical Foundation, Dept. of the Navy, US Dept. of Commerce, US Marine Corps, University of South Carolina Press. 1992 - 1993
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Dept. of the Interior, Battleship Memorial Park, US Dept. of Commerce, Dept. of Navy and Alabama Historical Commission, 1991
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Carolina Shipbuilding company, Its Fabrication, Erection and Rivet report (1919), Marine Environmental Sciences Consortium, Final report on Performance of a Cultural Resource Survey Pinto Pass Disposal Area, Mobile Bay, Mobile, Alabama and Conway Maritime Press. 1991 - 1992
  • Box 52
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, University of Maryland at College Park, Letters related to Dr. Larry Babits. 1992
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: "The Alabama Project", the Dept. of Navy, Agreement between US Govt. and French Republic Govt. concerning the Wreck of the C S S Alabama. 1988 - 1990
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: CSS Alabama Challenge, Dept. of Navy. 1989 - 1991
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: CSS Alabama Challenge, Dept. of Navy (cont.) 1988 - 1989
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: ECU - Alabama Corporation papers, CSS Alabama Project, Newspaper articles to salvage remains of the Confederate ship Alabama
  • Box 53
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press, Dept. of the Navy, Maritime Museum of Mobile, Twilight in Charleston 1863, Biography of a Confederate Raider; ALABAMA: LOST AND FOUND. 1988 - 1994
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: King's College London, Uni. of London, Dr. Greenhill, University of South Carolina Press, Pennsylvania Canal Society. 1990 - 1992
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research at ECU. 1991 - 1992
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1993 - 1994
  • Box 54
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Tributaries, Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, ECU, The Maritime Heritage of Louisiana, Georgia and Texas, 1988 - 1992
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: William Pitt and the Naval Strategy of the Seven Years War, Documents related to US Naval relations with Latin America (1814 - 1827), The Civil War Letters of Robert Tarleton. 1986 - 1988
    • Folder c
      The Russian Navy from 1917 to the Present and The Union's Nelson: David Glasgow Farragut by Dr. Still, Newspaper articles on Civil War ships. 1975 - 1991
  • Box 55
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: University of South Carolina Press, National Museum of American History, Confederate Naval Museum, National Maritime Historical Society. 1995 - 1996
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: National Maritime Alliance, Civil War times, University of Hawaii at Manoa, P.J. Capelotti letters, University of South Carolina. 1996
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The Civil War Memorial Museum, Dept. of Navy, Plan 2006 - draft for Long - range strategic Plan of the Naval Historical Center, Washington, DC. 1995 - 1996
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: The Secretary of the Navy's Advisory Subcommittee on Naval History, Naval Historical Collections Center, The Mariners' Museum. 1994 - 1996
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Photographs of USS Lancaster, USS Scorpion etc., USS Abraham Lincoln Family Gram, WESTPAC / Arabian Gulf Deployment 1998. 1995 - 1998
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: Personal emails, 1997 - 1998
    • Folder g
      Correspondence: United States Naval Institute, Naval Institute Press, Confederate Naval Museum, Society of Civil War Historians: Newsletter (fall 1996), Dept. of Navy, War Memorial Museum, 1996 - 1998
  • Box 56
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: US Dept. of Commerce, Civil War Times, Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, Dept. of Navy, University of South Carolina Press, Naval Institute Press, National Maritime Alliance. 1994 - 1997
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Civil War Naval History Museum, University of South Carolina Press, University of Nebraska Press, Association CSS Alabama, Vancouver Maritime Museum, Civil War Times, Confederate Naval Museum, Institute for Western Maritime Archaeology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, The American Neptune. 1995 - 1997
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Maritime America, The Port City Ram, Dept. of Navy, National Maritime Historical Society, Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, The US Naval Academy, University of South Carolina Press, Young Sanders Center, The American Neptune. 1995 - 1998
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Civil War Times, The Museum of the Confederacy, Confederate Naval Museum, University of South Carolina Press, US Naval Institute, Vancouver Maritime Museum. 1995
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Civil War Naval History, Dept. of Navy, Brassey's Inc., University of South Carolina Press, National Maritime Historical Society, Association CSS Alabama, The American Neptune, Confederate Naval Museum, National Air and Space Museum, The University of Alabama Press, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1994 - 1997
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: US Naval Institute, Dept. of the Navy, Vancouver Maritime Museum, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, Confederate Naval Museum. 1994 - 1997
  • Box 57
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Montana State University, Underwater Archaeology Maritime History and Museums, Bermuda 1993, North American Society for Oceanic History, Vancouver Maritime Museum. 1981 - 1994
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Excelsior: USS Lake Champlain, Maryland Historical Trust, USS NC Battleship Commission, Dept. of Navy, The Museum of the Confederacy. 1977 - 1994
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The Confederate Gunboat Arkansas by Dr. W.N Still, The Journal of Southern History, Selma and the Confederate States Navy, 1971 - 1996
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Newspaper articles related to achievements of Dr. Still, Personal Letters for Mrs. Still from her children and grandchildren, The Southern Historical Association (1970) - Kentucky. 1996 - 1997
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: US Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Sicily 1997, Louisiana State University Press, Texas Tech University, University of Portsmouth, Civil War Naval History, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, The American Neptune, Cheesebox: Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Activities Report (1983), 1983 - 1998
  • Box 58
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Civil War Naval History, Texas A & M University, Queens College, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1977 - 1999
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Emails to Dr. Still at University of Hawaii, Civil War Times, NASOH, The Nomination of William N. Still, Jr. for the Oliver Max Gardner Award (1991), NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Newsletter: Coastal Current, Vancouver Maritime Museum, Still Wins Crittenden Award in 1992. 1988 - 1998
  • Box 59
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: University of Pennsylvania, University of California (Booklets for career placement), Secretary of Florida State, NC Department of Cultural Resources. 1980 - 1981
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: NC Department of Cultural Resources, East Carolina University, Documents related to Seminar in Underwater Archaeology, Underwater Archaeology Associates Inc., Bath Historical research Project. 1980
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: NC Department of Cultural Resources, Underwater Archaeological Research, State of North Carolina, CHICORA! An Exploration of the Etymology of Marine Vessels, 1976 - 1978
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: East Carolina University, Duke University, State University of New York - Maritime College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, NC Department of Cultural Resources, Texas A & M University, University of South Carolina, 1980
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History, NC Department of Cultural Resources, WW II Atlantic "Turkey Shoot", On Foreign Shores - by Richard Kolb. 1979 - 1980
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: USS Lake Champlain, Dept. of Navy, US Dept. of Commerce, National Geographic Magazine, East Carolina University, The Pennsylvania State University. 1976 - 1979
  • Box 60
    • Folder a
      ECU Shrimp Study - First and Second Year Report Volume I (Jan - Dec 1980)
    • Folder b
      ECU Shrimp Study Third Year Report Volume (Feb 1982)
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: A Preliminary Report on The History of the Shrimp Industry in North Carolina, East Carolina University - Institute for Coastal and Marine Resources, Beaufort Historical Association, 1977 - 1982
  • Box 61
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research (ECU), Newspaper articles on ECU's achievement in Coastal Waterways, personal letters, Cheesebox - Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Activities Report - State of Hawaii, State of Hawaii Dept. of Accounting and general services. 1981 - 1985
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Pacific Fleet Submarine Memorial Association, Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, Historic Hawaii Foundation, Civil War Times, Queens College, University of Glasgow, Dept. of the Navy, The CSS Alabama Agreement. 1984 - 1990
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Dept. of Navy, College of Charleston, North American Society for Oceanic History, Resume of Dr. W N Still, Jr., North Carolina State University, University of St Andrews, Hawaii Maritime Center, University of Hawaii of Manoa, Legal Issues with Archaeology and Underwater, Institute for Western Maritime Archaeology, 1991 - 1993
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Confederate Naval Museum, Historic Chattahoochee Commission, Dept. of Navy, University of Hawaii at Manoa, National Maritime Alliance, CSS Alabama 1995. 1994 - 1995
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Confederate Naval Museum, Inc., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Civil War Times, The Woodruff Museum of Civil War Naval History, Naval Institute Press, Vancouver Maritime Museum, North American Society for Oceanic History, Inc., University of South Carolina Press NC Dept. of Agriculture NC Maritime Museum, Delaware State University, United States Naval Institute. 1997 - 1998
  • Box 62
    • Folder a
      CSS Alabama Association, letters from / to Robert Holcombe, Jr., Col James L. Conrad, National Security Foundation Caucus, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, Naval Institute Press, Smithsonian Institution Press, America's Submarine Centennial, The University of Edinburgh USA Development Trust, Inc., letter from Dr. Still to Mr. M Hill Goodspeed, Marine Option Program - Future of the ocean program uncertain at University of Hawaii, MOP Campuses map, James Charlton Associates, Our World Underwater - 30th anniversary, 12th Annual Symposium on Maritime Archaeology and History of Hawaii and the Pacific, Port City Ram. 1997 - 2002
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Civil War Book Review, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Young - Sanders Bugler, The Secretary of Navy, 14th naval History Symposium, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, Naval Institute Press, letters from Donald Ray Lennon, Civil War Naval History Museum, Civil War Times, NASOH, Unites States Naval Institute, "Isle History hidden under sea" by Bob Krauss. 1980 - 2002
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Peabody Essex Museum, Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Dept. of Navy, Sea Education Association, Tidewater Atlantic Research, Boy Scout registration and certification cards (25pgs) (1947 - 49), Manuscripts: The Union Sailor in the Civil War (undated), Gunfire around the Gulf by Jack D Coombe (3pgs) (undated), Crisis at Sea (pgs. 1 - 17 & 63 - 116) (undated). 1947 - 2001
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Manuscript: Crisis at Sea: Ships and Weapons, Crisis at Sea: The United States Navy in European Waters in World War I, The Battleships, The Battleships: Comrades of the Mist (all undated). The Program in maritime History at ECU (1987). 1987
    • Folder e
      orrespondence: Why the cause lost: review in American History, March 1994, by Brooks D Simpson, Wooden Ship Construction in North Carolina in World War II (pgs. 32 - 53), Logistical Support for US naval Forces operating in European Waters in WW II by William Still, Jr., International Commission of Military History, XVIII Congress, Rome, 1993 (pgs. 283 - 287), Shipmate (1982, 1984 and 1988). 1984 - 1994
  • Box 63
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: The History of the C.S.S Arkansas by Dr. W.N. Still, Jr., Association CSS, Travel documents of Dr. Still to various Naval conference throughout the world. 1990 - 1991
    • Folder b
      Departmental doctoral program promotion: Documents related to extending the doctoral program in History, Memorandums on extension of the doctoral Program in History, 1991 - 1992
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: The Civil War Society, Life - Saving Museum of Virginia, South Carolina State Museum University of South Carolina Press, United States Naval Institute Annapolis Maryland, American National Biography, The Museum of the Confederacy, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Dept. of Navy, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, A History of Camp Davis - Antiaircraft artillery School, National Maritime Museum, article on The Steamer Schooner "Wapama", in Bay Area and California - - San Francisco Chronicle, Fortitudine - Bulletin of the Marine Corps Historical Program. 1991 - 1992
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Preservation FORUM - 1990, Notes from San Francisco '91 Conference, Draft of "The American Civil War", South Atlantic Regional Maritime Heritage Conference, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources. 1990
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: The Mariners Museum, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, University of South Carolina Press, Dept. of the Navy, Society of Civil War Historians. 1991 - 1992
  • Box 64
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Timeline for Maritime History and underwater research program, The Public Historian - The University of California Press, Draft of manuscript - SEVENTY ODD DAYS BEFORE THE MAST: The Sluggish Saga of George E Tener and Edgar L Jones, Contingent Number Eight of the American Field Service - - - Tener - - - in - - - - Command - - - . 1990 - 1991
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Encyclopedia of the Confederacy (EOC) - planning codes for EOC, EOC Agreement, USS Hartford by Dr. Still, Dept. of Navy, The Civil War Round Table of Kansas City, The Naval Historical Center. 1990 - 1991
    • Folder d
      orrespondence: International Commission for Maritime History, Newsletter - Winter 1992, National Maritime Historical Society, Confederate Naval Museum, University of South Carolina Press, Dept. of the Navy, Clifton Steamboat Museum, Coastal Heritage Society, New paper article from 1963 about descendants of Founder of Elizabeth city, University of South Carolina Press, Maritime Archaeological and Historical Society Newsletter, National Archives 1991, Terrae Incognitae - The Journal for the History of Discoveries, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, Society of Civil War Historians, US Naval Institute. 1991 - 1992
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Certificate conferred on Dr. W N Still by University of Alabama in 1958, VOYAGERS: A mini series of documentaries focusing on American Maritime Heritage, Miscellaneous hand written documents. 1992
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: Documents related Programing Maritime History and Underwater Research, University of South Carolina Press - memorandum and reports, Draft of the proposal for the book - Crucible of Sea Power, American Military Institute. 1991 - 1992
  • Box 65
    • Folder a
      Catalogue: "In Pursuance of an Act of Congress of the United States of America entilted 'An Act concerning the registrering and recording of ships and vessels'"; Catalogue of "Wrecks Savannah River Georgia and South Carolina."; Coastal Current (Newsletter of the Coastal Heritage Society): Insight Savannah River Obstructions by L. E. Babits and 1991 issue, (Vol. 16, Number 1); History of Savannah, Georgia and Savannah River; Material concerning laws and regulations regarding natural resources of Georgia.; items of The Confederate States Ironclad Navy, by Ken Scott and William Still. 1991
    • Folder b
      Dennis Roger article and letter; 1989-1990 issues of Coastal Current; Correspondence to and from Gayle Peters and from Governor Jim Martin; Three chapters of The Confederate Ironclad Arkansas. 1989-1990
    • Folder c
      1985-1992 issues of Pull Together, newsletter of the Naval Historical Foundation and Naval Historical Center.; By-laws of The Confederate Naval Historical Society. 1985-1992
    • Folder d
      Materials and correspondence of the N.C. History Council.; Material of the Hampton Mariners Museum.; Miscellaneous Correspondence; The Paul F. Serpas Report in The St. Bernard News, July 1, 1981; The C.S.S. Neuse Restoration Committee's pamphlet "The American Way of War."
    • Folder e
      Avisto,(December, 1984 issue); Miscellaneous Correspondence; "Report and Recommendations on the Museum of the Albemarle" by William N. Still, Jr.; Material concerning The Parris Island Museum.; From the Naval Comptroller Manual: Financial Responsibility and Budgeting.; Department of the Navy : Secnav Instruction 575.1; Names and Locations of Navy Museums: "The Confederate Naval Historical Society Newsletter" issues 1989-1991.
    • Folder f
      Items from The Historian's "Book Reviews"; Photograph of Winthrop D. MacCourt and Evelyn MacCourt; N.C Humanities Council Grant Proposal for project Troubled Water.; Correspondence: William Coke Arial and Wendy S. Gulley.; Annotated Bibliography.
    • Folder g
      Argonauta (Newsletter of the Canadian Nautical research Society) April, 1989; Review of Gettysburg The Second Day by Harry Pfanz.; Reviews of Iron Afloat by William Still. Review of Why the South Lost the Civil War.by Richard E. Beringer, et al.; Pages 129-130 of The American Neptune, Spring 1986.; Miscellaneous book reviews.; Correspondence from Phillip Drennon Thomas, editor of The Historian to William Stills.; Civil War Times(Issue September, 1986).; Review of Harry Pfanz's Gettysburg The Second Day, by William Still. 1986-1989
  • Box 66
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Personal Letters from Dr. Raimondo Luraghi, Letters to Harold Huycke, United States Naval Institute, Xanthus Smith scenes from "The Battle of Mobile Bay", NC Dept. of Cultural Resources. 2003
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Personal Letters - Captain Harold D Huycke letters to Dr. Still, Letters from Dr. William Dudley, Suzanne Finney, Raimondo Luraghi, DeCredico, Waterman, Bob Holcombe, Personal email collections. 2000 - 2002
    • Folder c
      Letters from John Grady, D Cooper, R Luraghi, Sherwood Maynard, Mary DeCredico, Gail Ringel, J Hinds, Michael Bennett, Fred L Schultz, Sam Craighead, Carole Babyak, Timothy Runyan, Edward J Marolda, David Rosenberg.
    • Folder d
      Emails and letters J R Killick to Alex Moore, Alex Moore to Dr. Still, Yveline Berrehouc to Dr. Still, Bernard Cadoret, William Dudley, Peter Wagner, Jim Charlton, David Wright, Draft of NAVSEAINST / NAVHISTCENINST, Bruce G Terrell, Bob Schneller, The Alabama Review - April 1981, Newspaper article from 1969 - Wilmington Port Progress Outlined. 1969 - 2000
    • Folder e
      Report by the Director of Naval History concerning History and Heritage in the U.S. Navy, 2000
    • Folder f
      Newspaper Articles on Raising the Hunley, Correspondence with Robert H. Spiro concerning the Hunley and the U.S.S. Morris DD417, 2001 - 2002
    • Folder g
      Material from 2002 North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH) Maritime Conference, Correspondence: Peter Capelotti, Henry P. Silka, William Roberts, William, Dudley, Robert Webb, Kenneth Blume, Hans van Tilburg, 2002
    • Folder h
      Central High School Diploma, May 1, 1950
    • Folder i
      Book reviews for "Confederate Underwater Warfare: An Illustrated History" and "Fire on the Water a Novel of the Civil War at Sea" 1997
    • Folder j
      "Sinking of the H.L. Hunley: A Theory" by Charles V. Peery, MD, 2001
    • Folder k
      Speech "The Search for HMB Endeavour" by Dr. K. Abbass, 1999
    • Folder l
      U.S.S. Lexington Postcard, blank, 1985
    • Folder m
      Underwater Archaeology and North Carolina's Maritime Heritage, undated
  • Box 67
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Personal letters, Autobiography, Kipp Journal, Neil La Vanway, J carl Harrison and his poems, Introducing: America's Youngest Legionnaire: The Airview Magazine, Thomas Hotton's service documents, Ann (Jackson) Contrell, Salt Money, The Journal of William H Dawson: US Navy. 1979 - 2007
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Scott C Boyd, Newspaper article on The Ironclad: USS Atlanta. in Town and County on April 1, 2006, Davis Stick, Coastal Watch 1981, Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research, Society of Civil War Historians - Newsletter, North American Maritime History: Southern Connections, Joe Todd - Oklahoma Historical Society, Cheesebox - Monitor national Marine Sanctuary Activities Report, Savannah Squadron by W.N. Still, Jr., Newspaper article - "War on the Water" A Historic Respite in Town and County on Nov 2003, Naval Leadership focus of symposium on Feb 2005 by Scott Boyd, 1981 - 2007
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Travel back in time: The US Monitor Center - An 1862 Affair to remember, comments by Gordon P Watts, Jr. on "Our Civil War Maritime Heritage", National Maritime Historical Society and North American Society for Oceanic History Annual Conference 2007, CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHY - Newsletter of society of Civil War Historians, copies of personal emails, executive draft for strategic plan for the program in Maritime at Ecru for 2006 - 2010, Confederate Reports and Correspondence. 2002 - 2007
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Bicentennial (1800 - 2000) - celebrating 200 years of Naval Heritage, Guide to the Naval Historical Center, Annual Report - Naval Historical Center 1999, Key Issues / Subjects, Meeting Agenda, Minutes and Memorandum of Navy's Advisory Subcommittee on Naval History for 1998 - 99, Naval Historical Center Annual Report 1997, Symposium - Theodore Roosevelt, the US Navy and the Spanish - American War 1998. 1997 - 2000
  • Box 68
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: US Naval Computer and telecommunications Station Sicily, Newspaper article on Confederate shipping "The South night have launched a wining navy, if only… ", American security council, Port City Ram, The Roanoke Beacon - newspaper article of 2003, "Experts plead for more research of region's maritime history," Newsletter Society of Civil War Historians 2004, personal emails from daughter Comm. Susan Jannuzzi to Dr. Still, draft of the manuscript "Ruling Theories Linger, Questioning the Identity of the Beaufort Inlet Shipwreck" by Bradley Rodgers and Nathan Richards, NASOH Conference 2003, letters from Elizabeth Kay Gibson. 1995 - 2005
    • Folder b
      The Northern Mariner / Le Marin Du Nord, Secretary of the Navy's Advisory Subcommittee on Naval History, minutes, briefings and discussion documents, Five - year Master Plan for US Naval history FY 2005 - 2010 - March 2004, letters / emails from daughter Susan Jannuzzi, Report on Bill Still's World War I Ms. by Dean C Allard, comments on William Still's manuscript of Crisis at Sea by Harold Langley. 2003 - 2005
  • Box 69
    • Folder a
      The Alabama and the Kearsarge: Nova Productions undated Photocopy, Central High School: Jackson Mississippi 50th year reunion (1950 - 2000), comments on Paper (undated), The Confederate States Navy by Dr. Still. 1950 - 2000
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, Newsletter of Society of Civil War Historians: Summer 2007, Letter from / to Susan Jannuzzi by Dr. Still and Mildred Still, letters from John Hunley, Map: Shipwrecks of Charleston, South Carolina. 1970 - 2007
    • Folder c
      Crisis at Sea, The United States Navy in European Waters in WW II, by Dr. Still: Correspondence, reviews, notices and awards, The Denbigh Project 2003 - Excavation of a Civil War Blockade Runner, Phase IV - Research, analysis, synthesis and write - up by J Barto Arnold III, correspondence from East Carolina University, Photocopy of "The Great Epidemic in New Berne and Vicinity (Sept and Oct 1864)" by W S Benjamin. 1865, 2003 - 2007
    • Folder d
      Drafts of - SEAGRANT AND UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY (undated), BARTON - KONA (1994), THE HISTORIAN AND UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY (undated), An Introduction to Research Resources in American Archival and Manuscript Depositories by Dr. Still undated, The role of Underwater Archaeology in Maritime History by Dr. Still Feb 1982, Underwater Archaeology: The challenges before us, by Dr. Still and edited by Gordon P Watts Jr. (undated), Maritime History and Underwater Research: A new program at ECU, Greenville NC by Gordon Watts, Brochure of Naval History at East Carolina University, 1982 - 1994
    • Folder e
      How we Found the Monitor by John G Newton, Duke University Marine Laboratory: reprinted from Jan 1975 National Geographic, Letters related to Wrecks Savannah Harbor, Georgia and South Carolina, Photocopy of unidentified, undated newspaper article - NAVAL FOOD STORES: What "Jacky" gets to eat in Uncle Sam's service, two photographs dated July 1962, 12 B&W Photocopies (undated) from 1900 - 1926, 19 photocopies of World War I related ships and admirals. 1918 - 1975
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: discovery, recovery and conservation of "CSS Hunley" the world's first successful attack submarine which sank in the water of the Sullivan's Island, Rising the Hunley foundation - several newspaper articles. 1995
    • Folder g
      Renaissance in Carolina 1971 - 1976, Search for Bonhomme Richard, by Dr. William S Dudley 2005, Sketches, prints by Roger Kemmerer (1977 - 78), correspondence: South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. Minutes from The Hunley Confederate Submarine Study Commission Meeting, Columbia SC Sept 14 1995. 1971 - 1996
    • Folder h
      Undated typescript of USS Monitor, USS Monitor: Technical Report Series, Why the South Lost (speeches, clippings, notes), Galaxy: Magazine of Entertaining Reading, Jan 1869 to July 1869. 1869 - 1963
  • Box 70
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: letters related to research of Dr. W N Still from Mrs. Richard S Andrews to Mr. Write, letters from / to Mike Alford, Tim Mahoney, Baker Library, Harvard Business School, Excerpt from "Otway Burns, Privateer and Legislator" by Kemp P Battle LL.D., Brown Library, Dan Blair, Barbara T Cain, Don Canney, Shelby Coates, Michael Burger, Nancy Dean, Typescript of "The Civil War in the Pacific", Charlotte Winters, 109, a Navy Enlistee in World War I. 1976 - 2007
    • Folder b
      NARA's Regional Records Services Facilities, Cornell University Libraries, Documents / Letters from Ralph Donnelly, William Dudley, Elton Edwards, Chris Fonvielle, Raimondo Luraghi, Robert Holcombe. Jr., David Woolner, Charles Gibson, Richard Stephenson, Federal Records Center - Atlanta, Dr. Still Awarded the Roosevelt Naval History Prize, The Georgia Salzburger Society, Retirement of Capt. Susan S Jannuzzi from US Navy 2007, The Mariners Museum letters, 1982 - 2008
    • Folder c
      Letters from Pam Morris, Stephen Muller, USA - General Services administration correspondence, Victor T Jones, NC Dept. Of Cultural Resources, 1977 - 2006
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: NC Dept. of Cultural resources, Correspondence of Jonathan Worth, Franklin Smallman, Letters from / to Tracey M Harrison, Tom Parramore. 1984 - 2009
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Letters to Dr. Thomas C Hone, Dr. Fagan, Brian Edwards, Captain Charles T Creekman, USN (Ret.), Robert Browning, John J Slonaker, Richard Lawrence, Frank Stephenson, Robyn Woodward's - - USS Saranac and USS Suwanee: The forgotten Naval Gunboats along British Columbia's inside passage, Raymond A Winslow, Jr., Reviews on "Crisis at Sea: The United States Navy in European Waters, 1917 - 1918," Robert Harry Spiro Jr. correspondence. 1979 - 2009
  • Box 71
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: NASOH Newsletter from 1994 - 1998 & 2000 - 2004, Peabody Essex Museum, Pull together - - newsletter of the Naval Historical Foundation - featuring the retirement of Dr. William S Dudley, Naval Historical Center, Washington navy yard, Washington, DC 1993, Dr. David Rosenberg, Dept. of Navy Letters. 1994 - 2004
    • Folder b
      Master plan for The James Woodruff, Jr. Confederate Naval Museum prepared by Carlton Abbott and Partners, P.C.1996, undated map titled Victory Drive Side, USS Abraham Lincoln - worlds largest warship, Newspaper article on Review of book, The Confederate Shipbuilding - - McCormick Messenger, 2004, papers related to research on Henry M Doak, letters from Dick Winslow, Larry E Murphy, Memorial service for USS Thresher 2003, undated photos of Museum of Civil war, Naval History, Columbus GA, The Wright Brothers by Harry Barton, copy of "Turbulent Era - A Diplomatic Record of Forty Years 1904 - 1945" by Joseph C Grew, Demise of Kathryn Ball Barfield, Sevastopol, NC Dept. of Cultural Resources. 1996 - 2004
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: E H Simmons (Department of Navy), Kevin McEneaney (American Irish Society), John Lochhead (The Mariners Museum), Nancy Bird (The Florida State University), Hill Goodspeed (Emil Buehler Naval Aviation Library), Thierry Le Roy, Dean Allard, J S Kleinatland, University of Glasgow, Typescript - Rocking the Cradle of the Navy, by Michael P Parker, 1917 - 1919 Brest Americaine a l'heure Exposition, Copy of Diary of Joseph Martin Pressprich (1969 - 1999), Clarence W Baker, M L and Ruth Searcey, Robert L Gilbert, Sr., My Service Story by Guy T Ricketts. 1985 - 1990
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Pam D Morris, James E Shepherd Papers (1806 - 1884), Storms, Seafaring and Strata: A Symposium on the Natural and Human History of Eastern North Carolina, News paper article "Maritime Expert credits Literary sea legs to love of history" - article on Dr. W N Still, Jr., Nomination of Dr. W N Still, Jr., for the Oliver Max Gardner Award, NASOH 2006, John McCrea, Address of Capt. R R Belknap USN Jan 1919, Winthrop D MacCourt with picture of group of officers in France in 1918. 1918 - 2006
  • Box 72
    • Folder a
      Publications: Civil Was History (1963), Civil war Times Illustrated, Anglo - American Naval logistic Cooperation in World War I. 1963 - 1979
    • Folder b
      Publications: The Journal of Southern History, The Alabama Historical Quarterly Civil War History 1961, 1965, 1969, Louisianan Studies 1965, Civil War Times illustrated 1977, 1985. 1961 - 1985
    • Folder c
      Publications: Civil War Times Illustrated 1980 - 81, XVIII Congress International Di Storia Militare 1992, The American Neptune 1988, NASOH 2003 and 2008. 1981 - 2008
    • Folder d
      Publications: The North Carolina Historical review 2000, Civil War Times Illustrated 1976 - 77, Pull Together 2007, Selma and the Confederate State Navy By Dr. Still 1962, Tributaries 1991 and 95, Wooden Ship Construction in North Carolina in World War II. 1976 - 2007
  • Box 73
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Cato D Glover (Admiral USN Ret.), Manuscript publishers, curators, etc. (1975 - 2009), USS Wahoo Search documents (2006), Manuscript - Background to Pearl Harbor by Dr. W N Still, Jr. (undated), Book reviews by Dr. Still (1990 - 1996), ECU - Maritime Studies Thesis Bibliography (1971 - 2001), Career of the Confederate Ironclad "NEUSE", Confederate States Navy at Mobile 1861 - 1864, Historical clippings from ECU program in Maritime History 1981 - 1988. 1975 - 2009
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Lloyd Lauer - My Log of United States Navy 1913 - 1917, 1992. 1913 - 1992
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Kipp Walter Douglas - Journal of Sources on USS Submarine chase (Clippings and letters)1918 - 1919,1939, 1992. 1918 - 1992
    • Folder d
      Correspondence: Robert Loder with his wife in World War II (1918 - 1919) who served on USS Kenneth C McNeal and Radioman Ernest P Peterkin - Naval Records World War I and II, 1917 - 1971
    • Folder e
      Correspondence: Photographic slides - Queen Mary views (May 1984), Concrette Tanher Palo Alto by J Delgado (March 1984), Logistic Support for US Naval Forces operating in European waters in World War I by Dr. Still, Jr. - reprint of the document. 1992
  • Box 74
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: Royal statements, Condominium MLS Data Sheet, Cancellation of a trip due to Mildred Still's open heart surgery, Civil War Museum dedication talk, H L Hunley Research drafts. 1990 - 2008
    • Folder b
      Slide Contents and Attribution from H L Hunley Museum (2000)
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: List of Illustrations (undated), Logistics and American Sea Power: A History, Draft of USS Monitor crews biographies.
    • Folder d
      USS Monitor Talk, illustrations, typescript and slides, The name of Ericsson: Political Engineering in the Union Ironclad Program 1861 - 1863.
    • Folder e
      North Carolina Maritime Heritage 1985, Ship building in NC: A case study in the South's maritime heritage, Ships, Sands and Sounds: North Carolina's Maritime Heritage, Clippings and articles from newspapers, John Lyman Book Award to Dr. Still for Crisis at Sea: The US Navy in European waters in World War I, Military History, Shipping and Trade, 1750 - 1950: Essays in International Maritime Economic History, The North Carolina Historical Review by Dr. Lennon, The Civil War Times illustrated, Sea History: The Art, Literature, Lore and Learning of the Sea, The Historical Importance of the USS Monitor by Dr. Still - Chapter 2 from unknown textbook. 1966 - 1985
    • Folder f
      Correspondence: Along the Path of History: A self guided walking tour of the old port town of Swansboro, with an introduction to its Maritime History (1783 - 1983), Hawaii: A picture book to remember her by gifted to their grandmother from Susan and John, Hearthstones: The story of Historic Rutherford County Homes by Mary B Hughes. 1942 - 1983
    • Folder g
      Ironclad Captains: The commanding Officers of the USS Monitor by Dr. Still, Monitor Builders: A historical Study of the principal firms and individuals involved in the construction of USS Monitor, The Submerged cultural resources of Swansboro, North Carolina, Confederate Shipping by Dr. Still, Sheraton - Hawaii Bowl. 1969 - 1994
  • Box 75
    • Folder a
      The Alabama Historical Quarterly 1968, Wooden Ship Construction in North Carolina in World War II by Dr. Still, Facilities for the construction of War Vessels in the Confederacy 1965, Selma and the Confederate States Navy 1962, Confederate Naval Policy and the Ironclad 1963 by Dr. Still, Notes on Naval Ordinance of the American Civil War 1861 - 1865 by Eugene B Canfield, Steamboat Bill Journal of the Steamship Historical Society of America 1971. 1962 - 1971
    • Folder b
      Letters from Harry Sanders Sr, Passports of Dr. Still and his wife, Newspaper article in The National Tribune - World War I 14 inch Naval Railway Gun Dedication, Letter from Albert J Pyle, Draft of "Memoirs" by George P Slayback, Jr., pages from Kipp's diary, Letter from Raymond Butler dated June 1, 1918, Letters to Jim Charlton, Gordon Watts, Correspondence from James Charlton Associates, Tidewater Atlantic Research, Inc. 1918 - 2002
    • Folder c
      Correspondence: Thames and Hudson Inc., University of Florida Press correspondence NC Department of Cultural Resources, Dudley William Navhistcen, Cover page of book - Crisis at Sea, Letter from Dean C Allard, Letter from Raimondo Luraghi, Department of the Army, Newsletter from Society of Civil War Historians, Port city Ram, Port Columbus: National Museum of Civil War Naval History. 2000 - 2006
  • Box 76
    • Folder a
      Conway Maritime Press correspondence, Letter from Warren F Spencer, Confederate Naval Museum, Raimondo Luraghi, Maurice Melton, David M Sullivan. 1993 - 2003
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: Bob Holcombe, Conway Maritime Press, MA Seeking Students (David McLean, Royce Shingleton), Darton College, U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office, Revisions to book chapters either his own personal or student theses, Book "The North Sea Mine Barrage" by Capt. Reginald R. Belknap, U.S.N. 1919, University Press of Florida. 1995 - 2005
Oversize Folder os1
Abstract of Payroll and Muster Roll by Captain Jacob Hill, Quarter Master, Confederate States Army, 1862
  • Oversize Folder os2
    • Two North Carolina Battleship Commission certificates to Bill Still, Jr., 1977  (item #1)
    • "Great Lakes Bulletin" from U.S. Naval Training Center Great Lakes, Illinois, Vol. XXVIII No. 44., 1954  (item #2)
Oversize Folder os3
"The Torch," Veterans of WWI of the U.S.A. Inc., Vol. 38 No. 7., 1990
Oversize Folder os4
Eight hydrographic charts of North Sea and Adjacent Waters, Baltic Sea, British Islands, North Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea and Aegean Sea. 1915
Oversize Folder os5
Two Hydrographic Charts: Mined Areas around British Islands and Mined Areas of Mediterranean. 1920

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