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Communication Artirfacts -- Exchange Media -- Coupon -- Coupon, Ration -- Book, Ration

 Subject
Subject Source: Formats (Chenhall's)

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Fritz and Elisa Paulsen Ration Books

 Item
Identifier: A2017.16
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...
Dates: 1944

Jack Standish Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2017.22
Abstract 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.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1959–64

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

Ration booklet

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents Ration booklet, ration cards, n.d.; Leather ration booklet with 12 ration booklets inside. Booklets addressed to Dorothy Barbara (Stow) Atkins, Noble James Atkins, Jr., William Robert Atkins, and Lillian Edith Stow. Address on booklets is "4349 Potomac // Dallas, Texas". Newspaper clipping inside booklet about ration dates.
Dates: Majority of material found within February – June 1945