Harvison, William Aubrey
William Aubrey Harvison served on board the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CVS-11) from 1966–1969. He trained at Great Lakes, IL and reported April 1965. He was transferred to Intrepid in March 1966 and released from service May 1969. He served as an Airman (AN) and a Seaman’s Apprentice (SA) and Airman’s Apprentice (AA). He has passed away. He was friends with the Intrepid Four which is referred in some of his letters.
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Overview The William Aubrey Harvison Papers contain materials from his time aboard Intrepid. The majority of the collection is correspondence from Harvison to his mother, his sister, and one other woman named "Ms. Crawford." The letters discuss life on board Intrepid, the Ports of Call they visit, home life, and Harvison's trouble in the Navy. The rest of the collection includes a prayer book, notebooks, ports of call ephemera, certificates, an immunization certificate, a Plan of the Day, a Family Gram,...