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Communication Artifacts -- Documentary Artifacts -- Declaratory Documents -- Announcement -- Release, News

 Subject
Subject Source: Formats (Chenhall's)

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Lane Warren Peterson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.59
Abstract 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.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1944–45

Noble Atkins Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.74
Abstract The Nobel Atkins Sr. Archive contains documents and letters from Atkin's short service on Intrepid in 1945. The collection includes action reports for VT-10, news and radio releases that were circulated throughout the ship, and letters home.
Dates: Majority of material found within February – June 1945

Press Wireless, March 22 – April 10, 1945

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents Press Wireless, March 22 – April 10, 1945
Dates: Majority of material found within March 22 – April 10, 1945

Radio Wireless, April 11 – May 18, 1945

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents Radio Wireless, April 11 – May 18, 1945
Dates: Majority of material found within April 11 – May 18, 1945

Richard K. Gaines Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2014.16
Abstract Richard K. Gaines was the first Executive Officer of Intrepid. His papers include the program from Intrepid's Commissioning ceremony, Intrepid printed newspapers, Plans of the Day, documents a report about the first Shakedown Cruise from September 14 to November 1, 1943, personnel records and reports, Naval dispatches, Naval song sheets, and other records pertaining to Intrepid's operations and the Pacific Fleet during Gaines' time as Commanding Officer.
Dates: Majority of material found within August 16, 1943–October 1945