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1.
Kenneth Charles Hurd Papers (Manuscript Collection #498)

Papers (1921-1966) including correspondence, reports, citations, orders, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous.

2.
John Graham Johns Papers (Manuscript Collection #410)

Papers (1921-1955, undated) including orders, reports, memorandums, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, and miscellany.

3.
Louis Poisson Davis, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #452)

Papers (1937-1983) including correspondence, telegrams, a press release, newspaper clippings, military papers, photographs, identification cards and miscellaneous.

4.
John W. Graham Papers (Manuscript Collection #457)

Papers (1941-1943) including notes book, sketches, reduction in losses, types of ships, types of mines, instruction on navigation, etc.

5.
Frederick J. Ruder Papers (Manuscript Collection #530)

Papers (1942-1985) including correspondence, citations, certificates, programs, clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous items.

6.
George Hudson Fort Papers (Manuscript Collection #330)

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...

7.
Walter F. Seedlock Papers (Manuscript Collection #622)

Papers (1941-1985) including autobiographical material, photograph, newspaper, and publications.

8.
Walter L. Small, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #731)

Papers (1922-1975) of U.S. Navy officer, USNA Class of 1938, including photograph albums, correspondence, speeches, clippings, reports and photographs.

9.
Robert L. Ghormley Papers (Manuscript Collection #1153)

Papers (ca. 1890-2008, undated) of Vice Admiral Robert Lee Ghormley, a member of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1906, including correspondence, orders, diaries, memoirs, photographic prints and negatives, certificates and commissions, legal papers, printed forms, ephemera, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, maps, museum objects, broadsides and posters and publications related to his education, family and personal life, in Tacoma, Washing...

10.
Walden Lee Ainsworth Papers (Manuscript Collection #250)

Papers (1942-1948) including naval campaign file for Solomon Island, photographs, citations, pamphlets, battle, pictures.

11.
Charles Pendleton Trumbull Papers (Manuscript Collection #829)

Papers, 1937-2001, of U. S. naval officer, including diaries, scrapbooks, orders, photographs, biographical accounts, and other materials, compiled by Commander Charles P. Trumbull (USN ret.), documenting his naval career from his appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD, as a member of the Class of 1941 to his retirement from the Navy in 1961, and his post-retirement life, 1937-2001.

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Pemberton Southard Papers (Manuscript Collection #551)

Papers (1942-1945) of a U.S. Naval officer, USNA Class of 1941, consisting of Battle of Vella Gulf battle reports (1943), a history of the USS Lang (DD-399), USS Lang action reports (Feb. 1942-April 1944), naval communiques relating to USS Lang (1942-1944), and after-action reports for the battles of Vella Gulf, Guadalcanal, Wewak, (New Guinea), Morotai, Leyte Gulf, Okinawa, Lingayen Gulf, and other Pacific Ocean operations in which the...

13.
Jules James Papers (Manuscript Collection #223)

Papers (1907-1968) consisting of correspondence of Naval travels, logbook, diaries, newspapers clippings, radio press news.

14.
William N. Still Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #139)

Correspondence (1954-1956), manuscript for Confederate shipbuilding, and muster roll (1862).

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Louis Poisson Davis Papers (Manuscript Collection #309)

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.