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Archival Collection. Archival Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: Archival Collection

Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:

David M. Schutte USS Intrepid Cruise Book

Identifier: A2017.06
Scope and Contents Yearbook; USS Intrepid Cruise Book, 1967, "The Second Time Around". Two tone brown and light brown hardcover cruise book with a gold USS Intrepid seal on the left side. On the right side, it reads "The // Fighting // I," and "The Second Time Around" with a line drawing of Vietnam in the middle.
Dates: 1967

David Tezak Ketcher Collection

Identifier: A2015.53
Abstract David Tezak served on Intrepid from 1960-63 in the 3A Bosun Division as a Gunnery Seaman. The two Ketchers are the holiday editions of Intrepid's onboard newspaper from 1961.
Dates: Majority of material found within November 1–December 1, 1961

Dolores Peterson Papers

Identifier: A2015.88
Abstract The Dolores Peterson Concorde papers collection consists of ephemera from Peterson's personal experience on an Air France Concorde flight in 1997 and the objects donated were saved as personal mementoes. These mementoes include ticket stubs, boarding passes, a certificate, menu, and other Air France Concorde related items.
Dates: Majority of material found within January 20–June 6, 1997

Don and Eloise Bee Papers

Identifier: A2015.25
Abstract The Don and Eloise Bee Papers includes a series of love letters exchanged between the Don and Eloise, his then girlfriend and future wife, while Don was deployed on Intrepid from January 26, 1944–August 16, 1945, menus and programs from his time aboard, and a telephone directory from the ship from Apirl 1945.
Dates: Majority of material found within January 26, 1944–August 16, 1945

Douglas J. Skinner Stamp Cover

Identifier: A2015.99
Scope and Contents The Douglas J. Skinner Papers contains an envelope with Stamp cover on it that says "Fighting Intrepid // In Mare In Coelo," addressed to "Mr. Edward C Zuiger," handwritten. A "Project Mercury" stamp is on the envelope, showing a drawing of the Mercury capsule.
Dates: November 19, 1962

Douglas Peterson Newsletter

Identifier: A2015.09
Scope and Contents Newsletter: Tiger Tracks. "Homeward Bound." VA-34, 1967 -The newsletter recounts places Intrepid traveled to, letters to the editors, information on plane captains, and highlights of Intrepid's cruise as they head back to the States.
Dates: 1967

Drawing of Rear Admiral Charles S. Williams Jr.

Identifier: 2008.07.09
Scope and Contents Vertical original drawing commemorating Rear Admiral Charles "Chuck" S. Williams, Jr. USN. Large portrait of the Rear Admiral on the right with vignettes throughout. Top right: a ship, top left: a plane, middle: man receiving a medal, bottom left: hat stand, bottom: man skiing. Done in pencil, ink and gouache. Signed "Mario DeMarco".
Dates: 1972

Drew Bell 1976 Bicentennial Program

Identifier: A2016.61
Scope and Contents Program; 1976 Bicentennial "Commandant // Fourth Naval District // U.S. Navy & // Marine Corps // Bicentennial // Program // Philadelphia Naval Base". Includes Schedule of Events, information about the U.S.S. Intrepid, and a map of the exhibit center.
Dates: 1976

E. George Wynn Papers

Identifier: A2018.26
Abstract E. George Wynn served on board the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11). He moved around quite a bit in the Navy, but served with VF-10 when it was attached to Intrepid as an Aviation Radio Technician’s Mate First Class. His papers include yearbooks from both his Intrepid cruise and Carrier Air Group Ten, a diary of his time aboard Intrepid, various identification and information cards, naval issued booklets, an annotated map, and other various records regarding Wynn's Navy service.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1942–52

Edmund Squire Papers

Identifier: A2016.69
Abstract The Edmund Squire archive contains materials from the Decomissioning process of the Intrepid in 1974. Documents include manuals used to check and prepare the ship, memos and logs about chalk testing, and blueprints of the elevators on the flight deck.
Dates: Majority of material found within August 17, 1956–March 15, 1974