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Bruce Miller Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.77
Overview The Bruce Miller Intrepid papers includes 3 Intrepid Cruise books, from 1959, 1960, and 1961, and newsclippings related to the Intrepid, probably from the ship's newspaper.

Gerald McDonald Correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.53
Scope and Contents The Gerald McDonald letters contain correspondence between McDonald and his cousin Patsy, her husband, Dick, and their daughter, Charlene. The letters discuss family life, McDonald's impending marriage to Clem, then fiancé, now wife, life aboard the Intrepid, various ports of call McDonald has visited and the often negative reception the crew has received, and what items family members want sent back from the various ports.

Henry Chevalier Papers

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Identifier: A2017.65
Overview The Henry Chevalier Papers include a Navy Supply Corps newsletter, an Intrepid Sentinel, a Plan of the Day from a Dependent's Cruise, and a newspaper clipping from Chevalier's time aboard USS Intrepid. Chevalier served on board Intrepid as a boiler technician third class (BT3) from September 1968 until June 1972.

Homer Stockman Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.86
Overview Homer Stockman Sr. served on board Intrepid during World War II as a Seaman First Class (S1) in the V-6 Division. The Harry Stockman Sr. papers contain papers from his service, including a 1945 Cruise book, training booklets, various service paperwork, Intrepid magazines, list of events, menus, and other various Intrepid ephemera.

Jack Gabler Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2017.56
Overview The Jack Gabler papers contain a newspaper clipping, three envelopes, and two letters from Gabler's time aboard USS Growler. Jack Gabler served on board USS Growler as a sonarman third class (SO3) from June 1963 through April 1964, just after the submarine was decommissioned.

Jack Standish Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2017.22
Overview The John "Jack" Standish Papers contain both items from his service aboard Intrepid from 1959–61 and newspaper clippings about the Intrepid Museum in later years. In addition to newspaper clippings, materials in this collection include a Cruise Book from 1959, various navy and Intrepid identification cards, service records, ports of call booklets, reference guides and manuals, war ration booklets, and other Intrepid related ephemera that span Standish's time with Intrepid.

Jonathan Havlick Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.04
Overview The Jonathan Havlick papers contain items related to Havlick's 1961-1962 Mediterranean Cruise aboard the Intrepid. This collection includes Familygrams from November 1961 to May 1962; the Thanksgiving menu from 1961; the Cruise book from his Mediterranean Cruise in 1961-1962, 1962; and newspaper clippings on the Sixth Fleet and the Intrepid from July 6, 1961–August 10, 1962.

Kenneth Marshall Papers

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Identifier: A2015.17
Overview Dr. Kenneth Marshall served on board Intrepid as a flight surgeon from January 1967 until December 1968. He served as a flight surgeon and was attached to Carrier Air Wing 10. Following the fire on USS Forrestal on July 29, 1967, Dr. Marshall and five other members of Intrepid’s medical staff assisted in the treatment of casualties, and this describes their activities. This collection contains a summary of the events and a newspaper clipping about Intrepid crewmen helping those affected.

Lane Warren Peterson Papers

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Identifier: A2016.59
Overview The Lane Warren Peterson papers cover Peterson's time aboard Intrepid during World War II. This collection includes Intrepid publications such as the USS Intrepid magazine, and internal documents such as Plans of the Day and news releases given to sailors. It also includes poems and letters collected by and sent to Petereson, most of them jokes and other stories that have little to do with naval service.

Larry Gentry Newspaper Clipping

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Identifier: A2017.60
Scope and Contents Clipping, Newspaper; Top of clipping says "Vol. 29, No. 342 Sunday Dec. 9, 1973" and includes a photograph of Intrepid with two men on the flight deck and foam drifts on the ground. The text underneath says "Intrepid Takes a Breather on 3rd Out" and has a small article describinig Intrepid's mothballing and decommissioning.

The back of the newspaper clipping has a small, cut off article titled "Concorde Rolls Out" which discusses the Concorde's first test flight.