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Adams, Thomas

 Person

Biography

Thomas Adams served in the U.S. Navy from 1952 – 1956. He served as a gunner’s mate third class (GM3) on board Intrepid. He has offered to donate two uniforms, one white and one blue, and a collection of photographs and documents. Notable documents include a cigarette ration card and a memo from the gunnery department.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Cigarette Ration Card

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Scope and Contents Cigarette Ration Card from U.S.S. Intrepid for T.H. Adams.

Gunnery Department Notice 3570, February 14, 1955

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Scope and Contents Memorandum: Gunnery Department Notice 3570, February 14, 1955

Plan of the Day, November 15, 1955

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Scope and Contents Plan of the Day: November 15, 1955. Plan of the Day includes sunrise and sunset times, movies that will be playing aboard the ship, Uniform of the Day, and other schedule items.

Ports of Call booklets, 1952–56

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Scope and Contents Ports of Call: Informational booklets on each port of call in Adams' service, between 1952 and 1956. Ports included: Cadiz, Spain; Italy; Gibraltar; Rhodes, Greece; Cannes, France; Istanbul, Turkey.

Thomas Adams Papers

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Identifier: A2016.17
Scope and Contents Thomas Adams served in the U.S. Navy from 1952 – 1956. He served as a gunner’s mate third class (GM3) on board Intrepid. The Thomas Adams papers contain papers and ephemera from his time aboard USS Intrepid, includinga cigarette ration card, memorandum, a Plan of the Day, and various Ports of Call booklets.