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- Subject: Communication Artifacts -- Documentary Artifacts -- Written Communication T&E -- Container, Document -- Envelope X
- USS Intrepid (CV/CVA/CVS-11) 10
- Axthelm, Oscar F. 1
- Bee, Donald 1
- Bee, Eloise 1
- Concorde (Jet transporters) 1
- DeNisco, Ralph 1
- Denisco, Frances 1
- Erickson, Quentin 1
- Eurich, Lee 1
- Feola, Gerald 1
- Fisher, Thomas 1
- Hecker, Nathan 1
- Hershey, Ken 1
- Lugar, Fred 1
- Matthews, Pierce Yarrell 1
- Montfort, Richard 1
- Ninivaggi, John 1
- Paulsen, Elisa 1
- Paulsen, Fritz Frederick 1
- Richards, Andrea 1
- Robinson, Rod 1
- Schniedler Mortensen, Shirley 1
- Skinner, Douglas J. 1 ∧ less
Overview 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.
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.
Overview The Fred Lugar Papers consist of mostly postcards bought and sent while serving on Intrepid from April 1, 1967 to May 1, 1968. Two letters and five postcards are addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Bud Whittaker, Lugar's aunt and uncle. In them, he discusses topics such as Ports of Call, items he bought in port, visiting the Great Buddha and the zoo in Japan, strikes against North Vietnam, rank promotion, Intrepid in the Tonkin Gulf, visiting Hong Kong, and other family goings on. 14 other postcards...
Scope and Contents Envelope; Dark manilla Ration Book Holder envelope that has two labels on one side that read "Fritz Frederick Paulsen // 119-40 Union Turnpike // Kew Gardens 15, L.I., N.Y." and "Paulsen // Ration Book // Holder // No. 550 // Made in U.S.A.".Postcard; To Frederick Paulsen from Office of Price Administration for "Acknowledgement of Return of Ration Evidences," December 26, 1944 Ration Book; 8 War Ration Books -2 War Ration Book One, addressed to Fritz Paulsen and Elisa...
Scope and Contents This letter is from Gerald Feola to his then girlfriend Arlene Trentacosta. The letter begins with talking about events and issues brought up in a previous letter. It continues to detail and incident during his job on the flight deck as final inspector of aircrafts being launched. This new donation tells the story of his job on the flight deck as the final inspector of aircraft being launched. He explains to Arlene the guilt he is harboring for keeping a radar jamming aircraft from...
Overview The John Ninivaggi Concorde Papers include various Concorde ephemera such as an official concorde envelope, a booklet on Concorde's history, a menu, a blank certificate, and a newsletter that commemorates Conrcorde's final flight in 2003.
Scope and Contents Familygram & envelope, November 21, 1966; signed by John W. Fair // Captain, U.S. Navy // Commanding Officer. Letter to families announcing Intrepid's return home and summary of events since deployment. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Elsie M. Andrews // 11735 New Oakhurst Rd. // Largo, Florida
Overview The Lee Eurich Papers contain two items relating to USS Intrepid's involvement in the pickup of the Mercury 7 capsule. Mr. Eurich served aboard Intrepid from approximately 1961–63. During his time aboard the ship, he served as the editor of the Ketcher and was a Jouranlist 3rd class (JO3).
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 Cheif 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...