May 8, 2001, 3 items, typescript; Papers of U.S. Naval officer, USNA Class of 1941, including an autobiographical account, a letter describing experiences aboard the USS
WEST VIRGINIA during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and a letter explaining terms used in letters to avoid censorship.
October 24, 2001, 1 item, compact disc, serial number S/N157-H.912313152B14; Address (November 2000) to the Coronado Shores Beach Club, Coronado, California, entitled "Archie Kelley's First 80 Years," including an account of his relationship with Admiral Hyman Rickover. Gift of Captain Archie P. Kelley, USN (Retired), Coronado, CA.
March 11, 2004, (unprocessed addition 1), 3 items, 0.004 cubic feet; Speech (1/23/2004) to the Coronado Roundtable, Coronado, CA, entitled "Loose Guns or Genius? Admiral Hyman George Rickover, the US Navy's Most Hated Man, " ca. 1949-1956; and resume by Archie P. Kelley. Typescript and Compact Disk. 80 minutes. 700 MG. CD-R. (C3131GJ2120413LH) Donor: Capt. Archie P. Kelley, US Navy (ret.)
May 23, 2005, (unprocessed addition 2), 4 items, 0.02 cubic feet; Collection (24 April - 7 December 2004) including U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association, Orange County, CA speech entitled "Admiral Hyman George Rickover, the US Navy's Most Hated Man," delivered 11 May 2004; Rotary Club speech on the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor delivered 7 December 2004; resume of Archie P. Kelley, 24 April 2004 prepared for both speeches; and Compact Disc. 128 KB. 700 MB CD-R. (5124IF291LH10739M) Donor: Capt. Archie P. Kelley, US Navy (ret.).
Gift of Captain Archie P. Kelley
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Archie P. Kelley Papers (#822), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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