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Celebrations -- Holidays -- Fourth of July (4th of July, Independence Day)

 Subject
Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Don and Eloise Bee Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.25
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.

Homer Stockman Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.86
Overview Homer Stockman Sr. served on board Intrepid during World War II as a Seaman First Class (S1) in the V-6 Division. The Harry Stockman Sr. papers contain papers from his service, including a 1945 Cruise book, training booklets, various service paperwork, Intrepid magazines, list of events, menus, and other various Intrepid ephemera.

Jim Jones Diary

 Item
Identifier: A2017.68
Overview James Richard Jones, who went by Jim, was the Aircraft Maintenance Officer with attack squadron VA-34, which was embarked on board the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11) in 1967. His diary chronicles his time aboard USS Intrepid and mentioned several major events in Intrepid's history at that time.

Norman H. Nunn Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.83
Overview The Norman H. Nunn Archive contains papers and records from his service on board USS Intrepid, as well as a collection of his handwritten memoirs of his time aboard the ship.

Robert J. Salmanowitz Papers

 Sub-Series
Identifier: A2016.43
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.

Robert Roof Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.20
Overview Robert M. Roof was an Intrepid plankowner and worked in the Gunnery Department. He left the crew as a seaman first class on February 14, 1946. The Robert Roof papers contains newspaper clippings, Plans of the day, certificates, menus, records of his service aboard in Intrepid during World War II and beyond, as well as other various documents relating to his time in the Navy.