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Archival Collection. Archival Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: Archival Collection

Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:

The Portsmouth Periscope

Identifier: A2016.76
Scope and Contents Newspaper; The Portsmouth Periscope, Vol. XVIII, No. 10. portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, N.H.

Newsletter of the Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, NH. In addition to describing the events of the shipyard, there is an extensive article on Growler and the missile tests they were conducting there at the time.
Dates: November 21, 1958

The Space Shuttle at Work by Howard Allaway

Identifier: A2015.29
Scope and Contents Allaway, Howard. The Space Shuttle at Work. NASA SP-432, NASA EP-156. Scientific and Technical Information Branch and Division of Public Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1979–80
Dates: Majority of material found within 1979–80

Thomas Adams Papers

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.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1952–56

Thomas Pistorino Letter

Identifier: A2018.99
Scope and Contents Correspodence; Letter, 4 pages, March 26, 1973. Letter to Thomas Pistorino's father, Anthony Pistorino, from RH Barker, Intrepid's Captain at the time. Pistorino's father had written to the captain concerning his son and the unrest onboard Intrepid after the racial incidents of January 1973. In the letter, Barker briefly describes what caused the incidents and what he and the other officers had done in response to it. He reassures Pistorino's father that tensions have settled. He complements...
Dates: March 26, 1973

Thomas Wargo Papers

Identifier: A2015.22
Scope and Contents The Thomas Wargo papers contain items from his service aboard Intrepid from 1962-63. These papers include documents from his service aboard Intrepid, Ports of Call ephemera, and a booklet entitled "Going Back to Civilian Life."
Dates: Majority of material found within 1962–63

Triple Stix Diary

Identifier: 2012.04
Abstract During the ship’s 1967 deployment to Vietnam, four junior pilots in squadron VA-34 – Bernard Fipp, Ben Heald, James VanLiere and Brian Walker shared bunkroom 0111 in the fo’c’s’le. They nicknamed their accommodations “Triple Stix.” The four men kept a shared diary from 11 May 1967 through 23 Nov 1967 in which they describe their missions, as well as their antics aboard the ship. The diary is a highly opinionated account of their service and their squadronmates. In 2010, Bernard Fipp...
Dates: Majority of material found within May 11, 1967 – November 23, 1967

Uel Smith Elephant Expresses

Identifier: A2014.132
Scope and Contents Newsletters; The Elephant Express, April 14, 1960; May 16, 1960

Includes: international, political, navy, and sports news; crosswords; notices about Growler business such as keeping the mess hall clean; cartoon drawings; a poem; and a letter from the captain on the occasion of the end of the cruise.

Dates: April 14–May 16, 1960

USS Intrepid Christmas Menu

Identifier: A2017.51
Scope and Contents Menu; USS Intrepid Christmas Menu, December 25, 1961Menu cover has a color drawing of three red candles and various holly and poinsettias surrounding the candles. The bottom of the card has "USS Intrepid CVA11" printed in black. Inside, the card has a Christmas Prayer, a Message from Captain J.L.Abbot, Jr., and the Christmas Dinner menu. The back has the Intrepid's address in the top lefthand corner, a blank box for a stamp in the top righthand corner, and "To" printed in the middle...
Dates: December 25, 1961

USS Intrepid Collection

Identifier: A00.2015.03
Scope and Contents This artificial collection contains papers created and used during the operations of USS Intrepid (CV-11) from 1943 to 1975. The collection includes records created by official ship functions, anonymous sailors’ personal papers, and publications created by the ship’s print shop.The operational records series contains records created in the process of performance of the ship’s official operations. There are records arranged by record type and function and by department. Record types...
Dates: Majority of material found within ca. 1943–75

Wayne Mehl Newspaper

Identifier: A2017.47
Scope and Contents Newspaper; Mare Island Grapevine, Vol. XXIII, No. 41, April 3, 1964.

Headline at the top of the front page says "Grayback and Growler Arrive To Up Workload Here". There is a small article about them underneath the headline.

The rest of the newspaper covers news from around the Mare Island Naval Shipyard and the naval fleet.
Dates: April 3, 1964