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- Subject: Communication Artifact -- Documentary Artifact -- Instructional Documents -- Manual X
- USS Intrepid (CV/CVA/CVS-11) 4
- Feola, Gerald 1
- Harvison, Susan 1
- Harvison, William Aubrey 1
- Irvin, Michael 1
- Irvin, William "Ma" 1
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 1
- Saraga, Jude 1
- Squire, Edmund 1
- St. John, Bernard J. 1
- USS Growler (SSG-577) 1
- United States. Government Printing Office 1 ∧ less
Overview The Ben St. John papers contain manuals, notes, schedules, service records and other ephemera that were found in the pockets of St. John's various uniforms, donated and accessioned into the collection (2016.88.01-.05).
Overview 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.
Scope and Contents The Bluejackets' Manual // United Stated Navy Annapolis, Maryland: United States Naval Institute, 1964. The first page of the manual says "Gerald Feola" on the top left corner, underlined and written in blue ink. Annotations are throughout the manual, including underlining, notes, circles, and other markings in blue ink. Last page says "G Feola // 998-59-11”
Scope and Contents Manual; T-38 Low L/D Approaches Manual. Dated January 1988. Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Inside cover has "Karl 'Bo' Bobko/CA // 483-6081" written on the lower half of the page. The manual is divided into sections with tabs seperating them. The sections are "Brief," "ELP," "EDW," and "KSC." Front and back covers are laminated.
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,...
Overview William D. Irvin, nicknamed “Ma,” served on board Growler as a commissaryman from November 11, 1961 to June 18, 1963. The William "Ma" Irvin Papers contain menus, a sprice chart, manuals, cookbooks, and other Naval commissary related materials from his service aboard Growler. The collection also invludes menus from the submarine U.S.S. Volador and the Naval Air Station in Memphis, Tennessee.