Archival Collection. Archival Collection
Identifier: Archival Collection
Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents "Liberation: An Independent Monthly, November 1967"Liberation was a monthly magazine published in New York City from 1955–1977 and was associated with left-wing politics. The November 1967 issue of Liberation includes an article about the Intrepid Four, the sailors who jumped ship in protest of the Vietnam War while Intrepid was in port in Yokosuka, Japan in October 1967. The article includes a brief introduction by Ernest P. Young, who met the four men in Tokyo. Following the...
Scope and Contents Card, Prayer; Front of card has an image of the Virgin Mary with small angels surrounding her. Inside, there is a small picture of Lt. Elmer Clarence Namoski, and the card is dedicated to "Lieut. Elmer C. Namoski // Died October 29, 1944 // Age 27 years". There are several prayers inside the card. The back cover has the prayer "Prayer Before a Representation of // Jesus Crucified".
Overview The Lt. Harold Charles Small Papers contains items from his time in the Navy, including his time aboard Intrepid from 1943–45 in the Gunnery Department. The papers document shipboard activity such as a memorandum about the status of the ship’s gun mounts and fire control systems at the time of commissioning, roster of officers from February 1944, newspaper clippings and a handwritten note on Intrepid stationery that appears to list last names and ratings of a few sailors. General items include...
Scope and Contents The Maurice Dubinsky Correspondence contain 4 digitized letters; The letters are between Maruice Dubinsky and his then girlfriend, future wife, Harriet Rosenfeld. They discuss everyday matters and plans for the future, as well as the days leading up to and just after the end of the war.
Overview The Mike Krebs Intrepid papers include correspondence, publications, maps, and other documents relating to his service aboard Intrepid as a pilot with VA-34 in 1967, during the ship’s second Vietnam War deployment. He was a lieutenant junior grade.
Scope and Contents Invitation; to Intrepid's Commissioning. The iniviation invites "Mrs. R.L. and Miss Carol Montfort" to Intrepid's Commissioning at the Norfolk Navy Yard in Portsmouth, VA on August 16, 1943 at 2 o'clock. The number on the back of the card is 257.
Overview The Nathan Hecker letters were sent to Nathan Hecker, a Chief Aviation Radio Technician, by his wife, Dorothy. Nathan Hecker was killed in the November 25, 1944 kamikaze attacks on board Intrepid. The letters never reached Hecker and they were returned to Dorothy, stamped undeliverable.Charles Robinson was a letter carrier in the Fresno area. Charles was unable to return the letters to Dorothy and they remained in his possession, unopened.The letters have been opened by...
Overview The Nobel Atkins Sr. Archive contains documents and letters from Atkin's short service on Intrepid in 1945. The collection includes action reports for VT-10, news and radio releases that were circulated throughout the ship, and letters home.