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Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Social Psychology -- Human Relations -- Interpersonal Relations -- Marriage

 Subject
Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

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.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1967–68

Intrepid Then, Now, Forever: Volume 2, Number 4, August 1944

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 19440801.pdf

John Bardo Gattey Papers

 Sub-Series
Identifier: A2017.54
Abstract The John Bardo Gattey Papers contain materials from Gattey's service aboard USS Intrepid in 1944 and was killed in action during the kamikaze attacks on November 25, 1944. It includes a diary from his time aboard Intrepid, as well as his marriage certiticate, his purple heart certificate, and a memorial certificate signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt after his death.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1944–45

June Hays Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 096
Scope and Contents June Hays married Wesley Hays in 1943, and experienced life on the home front during World War II while Wes served aboard Intrepid in VBF-10. Hays began her interview by discussing her childhood in Santa Anna, Texas. She also explained how she met Wesley Hays. June then recalled Wes joining the Navy, getting engaged to Wes, getting married in Pensacola, and having their first son, Wes Jr. As the interview continued, June noted that Wes was eventually stationed in Groton, Connecticut, and that...
Dates: April 28, 2016

Mike Krebs Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 081
Scope and Contents Mike Krebs served aboard Intrepid as an attack aviator in VA-34, flying A-4 Skyhawks during Intrepid’s second deployment to Vietnam in 1967. He began his interview by explaining that he grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin, studied electrical engineering at Marquette University, and joined the NROTC. Krebs then continued, stating that after graduation he received orders to attend fight school at Saufley Field in Pensacola, Florida. While discussing his flight training, Krebs noted that he also flew...
Dates: September 17, 2015

Thomas Wargo Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.22
Scope and Contents The Thomas Wargo papers contain items from his service aboard Intrepid from 1962-63. These papers include documents from his service aboard Intrepid, Ports of Call ephemera, and a booklet entitled "Going Back to Civilian Life."
Dates: Majority of material found within 1962–63