Communication Artifacts -- Documentary Artifacts -- Other Documents -- Book
Subject Source: Formats (Chenhall's)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Bound calendar: Jewish Calendar for Soldiers and Sailors // 1944 // 5704-5705. New York, New York: National Jewish Welfare Board, 1944 - Jewish calendar including "The Four Freedoms,” “A Message to Jewish Members of the Armed Forces,” “The Jews in the Wars of the United States,” a description of veteran services, prayers in English and Hebrew, a list of "cooperative constituent societies adjacent to military post and naval stations,” and "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Overview The John Postick Papers includes three books and one program from Postick's service on board USS Intrepid and his life after it. John Peter Postick served on board from 1933-1946. He enlisted in Philadelphia, PA September 1, 1943. He was received on board Intrepid May 1944 as a Fireman First Class (F1). In October of 1944 he received a rate change to EM3 (T) to fill a vacancy in that department. In January he had a rate change to EM2. He was transferred off the ship in May 1946.
Overview The Robert J. Salmanowitz papers include papers and membership cards from his time aboard Intrepid from 1955 to 1958. He was part of the OE Division as the ship's photographer. The papers contain membership cards, passes, menus, training materials, notes, and newsletters from his time aboard Intrepid.
Scope and Contents Book: 1955 // The Compass // United State Naval Training Center // Bainbridge, Maryland // Company 42. Letter to "Proud Possessor of the Compass" from W.J. Catlett, Jr., Captain, U.S. Navy, Commanding, found inside book.
Scope and Contents Allaway, Howard. The Space Shuttle at Work. NASA SP-432, NASA EP-156. Scientific and Technical Information Branch and Division of Public Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1979–80